Move beyond the mechanics of sex to a rich and rewarding connection God's desire is for couples to enjoy vibrant sexual relationships without inhibition, awkwardness, fear, resentment, guilt, or shame. With honesty and frankness, life coach and best-selling author Shannon Ethridge opens the minds of both husbands and wives to embrace a lifestyle of passion and pleasure.
The 21st of September 1969, 'The Bigman' was born! The world embraced itself: this was an appearance by one of the most 'zaniest' people the world had ever seen. The quiet, 'withdrawn' child, the 'awkward teen', 'Billy no mates', then an explosion in the Circle of Consciousness! He found his feet, his confidence, his ability to make people laugh, smile, and 'THINK'!This is his story.
Embrace the geek, save the world. Socially awkward geneticist Quinn Strickland has willingly forgone the pleasures in life to reach her career objectives. Alone and approaching thirty, she uses her independence to mitigate any risk of a broken heart. Her strategy works until the day a handsome stranger bursts into her lab and her orderly plans shoot straight to Hades.
Move beyond the mechanics of sex to a rich and rewarding connection! God's desire is that you and your spouse enjoy a vibrant sexual relationship without inhibition, awkwardness, fear, resentment, guilt, or shame. With honesty and frankness, life coach and bestselling author Shannon Ethridge opens the minds of both husbands and wives to embrace a lifestyle of passion and pleasure.
Are you Awkward? Uncertain? Even jittery at networking events? Author Gail Tolstoi Miller, an award-winning entrepreneur and successful CEO, feels your pain. In fact, she spent years experiencing the same emotions when networking. An avowed introvert, Gail discovered a powerful and universal law of connecting, she calls Networking Karma. And when she embraced it, Gail put those anxious, apprehensive interactions behind her to become a career coach and owner of a networking event planning company.
In Brenda Peterson's unusual memoir, fundamentalism meets deep ecology. The author's childhood in the high Sierra with her forest ranger father led her to embrace the entire natural world, while her Southern Baptist relatives prepared eagerly and busily to leave this world. Peterson survived fierce "sword drill" competitions demanding total recall of the Scriptures and awkward dinner table questions ("Will Rapture take the cat, too?") only to find that environmentalists with prophecies of doom can also be Endtimers.
Capturing the anxious, self-aware mood of young college grads in the aughts, Private Citizens embraces the contradictions of our new century: call it a loving satire. A gleefully rude comedy of manners. The story's four whip-smart narrators-idealistic Cory, Internet-lurking Will, awkward Henrik, and vicious Linda-are torn between fixing the world and cannibalizing it.
In Awkward Embrace, Phillip Swagel applies his experience at the Treasury Department to show the reader why America s economic relationship with China has been a beneficial one and details what needs to happen for this trend to continue. Daniel Blumenthal