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Did Things Get Better

Author : Polly Toynbee
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The authors compare the pledge made in the Blair manifesto with the government's actions, seeking to establish which groups have had their interests served, and which have been sidelined. They seek to provide a comprehensive and fair-minded report on the achievements and failures of New Labour.

Do One Thing Feel Better Live Better

Author : Julia Scalise, DN, PhD
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In my fifteen years of listening to clients say they’re overwhelmed with life’s responsibilities and financial challenges to keep up with health and wellness goals, I compiled these thirty-one tips to serve their needs. The tips are easy, mostly cost-free, and success-proven. In this book, you will learn: • nine tips for improving physical well-being • eight tips for improving mental well-being • seven tips for improving emotional well-being • seven tips for improving spiritual well-being Improving vitality and well-being is easier and less expensive than you might expect.

All The Best Things

Author : Linda Shantz
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Emilie and Tim were odds-on favourites to end up together — until they met at her sister and his brother’s wedding and he snubbed her, that is. Then, because everyone deserves a second chance, Emilie gave him one when Tim started a long-distance chat — then he ghosted her. So when her brother-in-law invites Tim to their farm to rehabilitate from a hockey injury, Emilie is not amused. It’s a big farm, and she’s busy with her physiotherapist job and the Thoroughbred retirement charity she volunteers for, so it should be easy to avoid him until he heads home. She’s definitely not going to help him with his rehab, and any spare time she has goes to her off-the-track project horse, who should bring a nice price when she sells him. Problem number one? She’s falling in love with her project horse. Problem number two? Tim starts showing up where — and in ways — she doesn’t expect, helping her understand why he did what he did. She might be falling for him, too. Problem number three? What’s the point in falling for Tim or the horse, when she can’t keep either of them? Read the whole series! Bright, Broken Things (Good Things Come Book 0.5 – a prequel) Good Things Come (Good Things Come Book 1) All The Little Things (Good Things Come Book 2) All Good Things (Good Things Come Book 3) This Good Thing (Good Things Come Book 4) Merry Little Things (Good Things Come Book 5) All The Best Things (Good Things Come Book 6) Perfect for readers of equestrian fiction such as The Eventing Series by Natalie Keller Reinert, Horse by Geraldine Brooks, The Horsewoman by James Patterson, Riders by Jilly Cooper, The Horse Whisperer by Nicholas Sparks, or books by Sara Gruen (Water for Elephants, Riding Lessons, Flying Changes), Maeve Binchy, Nora Roberts as well as fans of equine non-fiction such as Monty Roberts (The Man Who Listens to Horses), Tik Maynard (In the Middle are the Horsemen), Denny Emerson (How Good Riders Get Good, Know Better to Do Better), Susan Richards (Chosen by a Horse) and lovers of Secretariat, Ruffian, Northern Dancer, Amercian Pharoah and Seabiscuit and Heartland.

7 Things You Need to Know before Leaving High School

Author : Napoleon Ricks
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Are you ready for the next step of your life? Are you prepared for what lies ahead of you? Has science, biology, language, arts, history, and geography adequately prepared you for life after high school? If you are like most students, your life has been orchestrated by parents, guardians, teachers, and guidance counselors. Everything that needs to be done happens without you even thinking about it. Your curriculum is planned, transcripts are sent, schedules are prepared. You show up, take the

50 Things Liberals Love to Hate

Author : Mike Gallagher
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Pokes fun at liberal views and lifestyles through the assessments of fifty stereotype behaviors while analyzing why liberal citizens have a significant influence on American culture.

101 Things to Know if You Are Addicted to Painkillers

Author : Rod Colvin
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Are You Addicted? Has addiction taken over your life? Do you want to stop using painkillers, but shame and embarrassment keep you from reaching out for help? You are not alone—millions find themselves in the clutches of addiction. Michael McGee, M.D., an addiction psychiatrist, has treated thousands of people struggling with addiction. His message: You don't need to suffer—you can live a life free of addiction. In this book, Dr. McGee offers a helpful first step to recovery. He explains what you need to know about addiction and how you can overcome it. He helps you understand: &• Addiction is a brain disease—you didn't choose to become addicted. &• Shame fuels addiction and keeps you from seeking treatment. &• Treatment works—both residential and out-patient. &• Medications relieve withdrawal symptoms and help you stay sober. &• You can heal—turning emotional pain into growth and transformation. Don't Lose Hope! Millions Have Recovered from Addiction. You Can, Too!

Throw Out Fifty Things

Author : Gail Blanke
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"A perfect guide to getting the non-essentials out of the way, so that simple joys can make their way into our lives." -- Marianne Williamson, author of A Return to Love "If you want to grow, you gotta let go," is the mantra that bestselling author, columnist, and life coach Gail Blanke lives by. That means eliminating all the clutter - physical and emotional - that holds you back, weighs you down, or just makes you feel bad about yourself. In Throw Out Fifty Things she takes us through each room of the house - from the attic to the garage - and even to the far reaches of our minds. Through poignant and humorous stories, she inspires us to get rid of the "life plaque" we've allowed to build-up there. That junk drawer (you know that drawer) in the kitchen? Empty it! Those old regrets? Throw 'em out! That make-up from your "old" look? Toss it! That relationship that depresses you? Dump it! Once you've hit fifty (you'll be surprised how easy it is to get there) and once you've thrown out that too-tight belt and too-small view of yourself, you'll be ready to step out into the clearing and into the next, and greatest, segment of your life.

The Breakup Guide Female Editon

Author : Decarlos Stewart
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Breaking up with a person is never an easy or fun thing to do. There is a lot of emotion that is associated with it and tends to lend itself to a great amount of stress for a person. Knowing when it is time to call it quits and how to go about this will be an important part of the breakup process. Many men and women are not skilled enough to know the things that need to be done when going through the process of a breakup. While it is not always possible to have your very own love expert there to walk you through the process. Having articles that you can refer to will be the next best thing for a person. Often just the slightest word of encouragement will be all that a person needs to get them through the tough times that will lie ahead of them. The Break Up Guide Can Help From the telling a person that things are over all the way to the point of the getting over the breakup there has to be a system that is in place that will allow them the chance to get through the tough times and allow them to see that you will get past the hurt feelings and that you have the power to be one of the strongest people around. Taking advice from people that have been there will make the entire process seem a lot more doable and will not allow a person the chance to lose their nerve to do the hard job of breaking up with a man or woman as well as give them the strength that they need to survive the fallout of the breakup. Let The Break Up Guide Help! Please Visit www.stewartbooklife.com

15 Things You Should Know

Author : John Carroll
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15 Things You Should Know: Wisdom for Life’s Journey is all about life, or more appropriately, is all about life, or more appropriately, it is a reflection of life’s journey. As you will discover, the book is loaded with great quotes, fun facts, tips, life lessons, and relevant content for the ages. They’re all designed to make you pause, laugh, think, question, and thoughtfully consider where you are today in your journey and the opportunities and challenges that are ahead. You’ll also find a few I-had-no-idea and what-the-heck moments, as well as lots of random thoughts thrown in for good measure, just to hold your attention and keep things interesting. Each chapter is a collection of my own home remedies, suggested actions, and answers to things you need to know that apply in business and to all other areas of life as well—a compilation derived from my personal life experiences, more than 175 articles I have written over the years, and the research conducted on the selected chapter topics. From the “The Journey” to “The End?,” 15 Things You Should Know: Wisdom for Life’s Journey will educate, encourage, challenge, and inspire you to continue to change, grow, and accomplish great things throughout your lifetime and, most importantly, to make a positive difference in the lives of others.

Unspeakable Things

Author : Laurie Penny
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Shortlisted for the Green Carnation Prize 2014 Laurie Penny, one of our most prominent young voices of feminism and dissent, presents a trenchant report on our society today--and our society tomorrow, as she is willing to fight to see it. Smart, clear-eyed, and irreverent, Unspeakable Things is a fresh look at gender and power in the twenty-first century, which asks difficult questions about dissent and desire, money and masculinity, sexual violence, menial work, mental health, queer politics, and the Internet. Celebrated journalist and activist Laurie Penny draws on a broad history of feminist thought and her own experience in radical subcultures in America and Britain to take on cultural phenomena from the Occupy movement to online dating, give her unique spin on economic justice and freedom of speech, and provide candid personal insight to rally the defensive against eating disorders, sexual assault, and internet trolls. Unspeakable Things is a book that is eye-opening not only in the critique it provides, but also in the revolutionary alternatives it imagines.