Paperback Book by Jennifer Emmett
Have you ever had the feeling that you were supposed to be doing something different with your life, but you can’t quite put your finger on it?
Do you sometimes feel unsettled and question why you are really here?
Do you have a longing for something to change but have no idea what it is or how to go about it?
For many of us, life is something that has ‘just happened’ rather than happening by our design, but the great news is that there is something you can do about it. In Beyond Possible, author Jennifer Emmett provides you with the opportunity to discover the things that bring a sense of purpose and fulfilment to your life. In this eye-opening and sometimes confronting book, Jennifer guides you through a very actionable set of steps to create the life that you want for yourself, not one that you have to settle for. Jennifer’s courage, honesty and passion to share how she has purposefully made a path for herself when there wasn’t one to follow will inspire you to do the same. Let this book guide you to live your ideal life and connect with a deeper purpose, one that you might have been striving to find your whole life.
Paperback Book by Dr Anne Butcher
This memoir is the true story of an ordinary Queensland girl who grew up quickly in the heady, hippie, cultural revolution times of the 1970s to become an extraordinary woman who, despite the odds being against her, has excelled in her own life.
Hers is a story of grit, guts and determination to never give up or give in until she reached her potential and achieved her goals. Through significant early childhood adversity and a traumatic adolescence, she demonstrates to all, and to herself, that it is possible to achieve personal goals, dreams and aspirations if we do not accept negative parental messaging, social stigma, innuendo, or destructive gossip which others cast upon us.
And importantly, if we can find those people in life who willingly share of themselves—their time, their knowledge, their skills and their patience—they will support and guide us in the right direction, and with their guidance and a leap of faith on our part, we can achieve more than we could ever have imagined.
Paperback Book by Deb Rae
Deb’s book Getting There: Grief to Peace for Young Widows is ground-breaking, well-researched, courageous and uplifting. There has never been anything written with so much sincerity, honesty or usefulness for young widows going through their own life-changing experience. It’s also vital reading for family, friends and professionals wanting to understand the world of a grieving person and know how to support them.
Deb’s husband was killed in a random accident while they were overseas. In an instant, she lost her best friend, her home, her job and her dreams. In her words, Deb sucks as a widow. She kicked, screamed, ran away. She felt alone, overwhelmed and that she’d never be happy again. With wit and wisdom, Deb walks with you through minefields like:
• How do I calm my crazy brain?
• Where’s the guidebook?
• What do I tell my kids?
• How do I get through anniversaries and birthdays?