The Gift Of Sleep

Author: Elizabeth Sloane
Editor: Allen & Unwin
ISBN: 1925576868
Size: 11,63 MB
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Getting a baby to sleep through the night is the dream of every parent, but unsettled, broken nights are more often the reality. Elizabeth Sloane has been giving babies aged six months and over the gift of sleep for over 20 years. With a three-night program designed to lovingly correct any unhealthy sleep habits your child may have developed, Elizabeth's methods have helped break the cycles of sleeplessness, emotional exhaustion and frustration for thousands of babies and their parents, giving them a truly life-changing experience - and proven to work in just three nights. Her program offers a calm, committed and consistent approach to sleep training for all families in need of the Gift of Sleep. This book contains a step-by-step guide to the Gift of Sleep program, plus modified programs tailored for different age groups, worksheets, meal guides, case studies and FAQs - in short, everything you need to get your baby to learn to self-settle and sleep all night, every night.

The Gift Of Sleep

Author: Simeon Dumdum
Editor:
ISBN: 9789711000127
Size: 13,90 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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The Gift Of Sleep

Author: Bolton Hall
Editor:
ISBN:
Size: 11,33 MB
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The Gift Of Cancer

Author: Patsy McLean
Editor: Gildan Media LLC aka G&D Media
ISBN: 1722520388
Size: 17,69 MB
Format: PDF
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The diagnosis of cancer can be the scariest feeling in the world, but for some, cancer can be your greatest teacher. For Pasty McLean, having cancer exposed her to a new world of education - from nutritional deficiencies and exercise to the importance of mind-body balance. Researching how toxins affect the body and how nutrition can work to benefit or cripple our immune system, this book will go through the journey of how Patsy beat cancer and evaluated her life and values. Facing death was not a death sentence but rather the start of a whole new life! Patsy is the 2014 recipient of the Julie Main International Woman Leader Scholarship.

The Gift Of Caring

Author: M. Cottrell S. Houle
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1630760986
Size: 11,32 MB
Format: PDF
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The desire to help our elders navigate health issues is clear and universal—how to assure proper care and a good ending is not. Combining adroit storytelling skills with expert advice, The Gift of Caring: Saving Our Parents from the Perils of Modern Healthcare brings the reader into all-too-familiar scenarios facing our aging parents and offers answers to questions we may not know to ask until it’s too late. Author and biologist Marcy Houle shares her personal journey of caring for her father, a surgeon, who developed Alzheimer’s, and later her mother, who succumbed to other medical conditions. Like many children of aging parents, Marcy often felt powerless traveling this sad trajectory—watching them fall through the cracks of a fragmented and confusing healthcare system, where professionals often wrote off their symptoms as “just old age.” Not having the understanding of the changes that come with aging, she was led to believe there was nothing she could do to help. The tragic secret? According to coauthor and geriatrics physician Elizabeth Eckstrom, these symptoms frequently are not “just old age.” Rather, the problem is that the current healthcare delivery model for older people is ill-equipped to provide the comprehensive, person-centered care seniors need. Today, thousands of aging people face unnecessary suffering, hospitalizations, nursing home stays, and even death due to complications that could have been prevented or treated. Even more troubling, many healthcare professionals have had little or no training in the care of older adults. The Gift of Caring reveals these pitfalls and provides families with tools they can use to avoid them. Interspersed with every few chapters of Marcy’s riveting story, Dr. Eckstrom shares professional medical insights, compiled from the latest research, into what Marcy could have done to safeguard her parents. She shows us how to navigate the system, how we can become our loved one’s best advocate, and what we need to know to achieve healthy aging and meaningful, compassionate final years. Honest, at times humorous, and ultimately uplifting, The Gift of Caring sheds new light on aging from twin perspectives: a story of a daughter desperately seeking help for the parents she loves, and a geriatrician who gives us the knowledge we need to insist upon a better way.

The Gift Of Epilepsy

Author: Anthony Fontana
Editor: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1481738062
Size: 14,26 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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My work focuses on my lifelong struggle with the still unsolved mystery of the chronic illness of epilepsy. It has affected approximately one percent of the world’s population including many historic figures. What I felt was an incessant need to discover what my problem really was by reading a wide range of medical, psychological and philosophical material and then finding myself delving into an endless source of alternative means to deal with it coming from the Eastern cultures. The most powerful discovery that my search revealed was that this illness, for me, was not a setback but actually a stimulus to truly finding my present state of health, happiness and wisdom. As I recalled my meaningful life issues via writing my memoirs and applied the newly-discovered means of dealing with them, it opened up a new, positive perspective that was re-enforced by the many ideas encountered in my reading. Primarily, we all have some problem to deal with in our daily and lifetime endeavors. I feel we all need to come to the realization that our difficulty, be it physical, mental, social or even spiritual, has within it a spark that can ignite an opportunity to view it more clearly. Whatever the problem, its presence is there to stop us in our tracks for a moment in order to pull back from the overpowering routines of our everyday lives and awaken to another level of vision. The most powerful result of all my reading was simply discovering that my illness was not a hindrance but rather a guide to my self-improvement. I realized that accepting it for what it was and being grateful for it and all my other gifts, gave me the inspiration to share my experience with others.

The Gift Of Consciousness

Author: Gitte Bechsgaard
Editor: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
ISBN: 1443861553
Size: 10,99 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Meticulously researched and compellingly written, The Gift of Consciousness is an engaging and approachable overview of Patañjali's Yoga Sutras through the prism of both Eastern and Western psychology. Grounded in a thorough knowledge of the Sanskrit original and training in psychology, Gitte Bechsgaard opens out these complex texts to the general reading public. Bechsgaard's clear-eyed approach makes this ancient text relevant to anyone interested in Yoga philosophy and practice. This book ...

The Modern Bethesda Or The Gift Of Healing Restored

Author: Alonzo Eliot Newton
Editor:
ISBN:
Size: 10,43 MB
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Alxuvaisera The Gift Of The Gods

Author: Mauro Ticciati
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1291516433
Size: 12,73 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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On Becoming Baby Wise

Author: Gary Ezzo
Editor: Parent-Wise Solutions, Incorporated
ISBN: 9781932740134
Size: 10,13 MB
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Teaches parents about synchronized feedings so their baby will establish cycles for wake time and nighttime, giving both parent and child the rest they need.