Connect with others, be happier, transform your life
Author: Dr David Hamilton
Pubpsher: Hachette UK
Scientific evidence has proven that kindness changes the brain, impacts the heart and immune system, is an antidote to depression, improves relationships and even slows the ageing process. Yet, more than this, kindness can power real and lasting change in the world. This little guide shows how the practice of kindness can increase our happiness, improve our health, help us to forge stronger connections with others and positively affect the world we live in. In The Little Book of Kindness, kindness expert Dr David R Hamilton reveals the science of kindness and teaches us how, by using easy-to-follow tools, strategies and exercises, we can harness its power to improve all aspects of our lives and the lives of the people around us.
Everyday actions to change your life and the world around you
Author: Bernadette Russell
Pubpsher: Hachette UK
The Little Book of Kindness will teach you how to be kind to yourself, to strangers, to those you love, to the world - every day, at every opportunity. Prompted by the seeming hopelessness of the world around her, Bernadette Russell undertook a pledge to be kind to a stranger every day for a year. The experience left her wanting to inspire others. The Little Book of Kindness is packed with fun ideas, practical tips and interactive exercises that encourage you to 'be kind' in every area of life - online, to strangers, to the environment, in your community, to yourself - and change the world, one act of kindness at a time.
In this new book, celebrated artist Ruby Jones shares dozens of luminous, heartfelt, hand-lettered artworks and messages. Life can be a bit overwhelming sometimes, but Ruby's witty, compassionate, beautifully observed drawings never fail to bring a smile of recognition, while her practical words of advice remind us how lucky we are to be here - and how we can be kinder to ourselves, to the people in our lives, and to the world around us. A thoughtful gift for any person needing a little inspiration in today's world. 'I hope that on any given day, rain or shine, happy tears or painful ones, you can open this book and find a page that speaks to you.' -Ruby Jones
The Little Book of Gratitude Quotes shares appreciation for the people, places, and events that shape and enrich our lives. Here is joy. Here is kindness. Here is inspiration to be inspired and to keep inspiring others. Give thanks. Give it freely. An uplifting collection of 365 quotes, this book encourages kindness, thankfulness, and being appreciative for what life offers. Thematically arranged in twelve sections that include "Compassion," "Forgiveness," "Kindness," "Success," and "Wisdom" the book includes a gratitude checklist and lots of food for thought. The book shares unforgettable quotes from more than 100 authors including Emily Dickinson, Albert Einstein, Ralph Waldo Emerson, John Keats, Eleanor Roosevelt, and William Shakespeare. This is an accessible book that readers will pick up again and again to help find the right words for inspiration. Timeless, classic, and filled with grace, The Little Book of Gratitude Quotes is the perfect exchange of thanksgiving and praise. An accoutrement to both giving and receiving thanks, this charming tutorial is organized to show appreciation every day, year in and year out, to those who make a difference in our lives--and it celebrates our willingness to spread kind words. These quotes have stood the test of time and each can be used for inspiration, motivation, or encouragement. There's so much to be thankful for and this book is a jumping off point to begin the simple act of praise and thanksgiving. Make today a day of fellowship and good cheer.
Release on 2003 | by Margot Silk Forrest,Catherine Ryan Hyde
A Little Book on the Importance of Love and the Relative Unimportance of Just about Everything Else
Author: Margot Silk Forrest,Catherine Ryan Hyde
Pubpsher: L M Press
A therapist explains true kindness as opposed to mere niceness and explores its power and benefits, describing ways to integrate kindness as the response of choice. Included are techniques for developing the ability to empathize with others and strategies for being kind to oneself.
The perfect heartwarming story of kindness and community for 2020
Author: Helen Rolfe
Pubpsher: Hachette UK
The Little Village Library is a heartwarming story about kindness, community, and new beginnings, perfect for fans of Cathy Bramley and Rachael Lucas One of Woman & Home's top 5 feel-good fiction! It takes a village... Cloverdale is known for its winding roads, undulating hills and colourful cottages, and now for its Library of Shared Things: a place where locals can borrow anything they might need, from badminton sets to waffle makers. A place where the community can come together. Jennifer has devoted all her energy into launching the Library. When her sister Isla moves home, and single dad Adam agrees to run a mending workshop at the Library, new friendships start to blossom. But what is Isla hiding, and can Adam ever mend his broken past? Then Adam's daughter makes a startling discovery, and the people at the Library of Shared Things must pull together to help one family overcome its biggest challenge of all . . . A heartwarming story about the kindness we can find when we least expect it, and the places we learn to call home. *** Readers adore Helen Rolfe's heartwarming storytelling: 'A lovely community, full of friendship and love' 'I enjoyed every minute of this book and found it very hard to put down' 'Lovely, feel-good...filled with lots of love' 'Gave you all the emotions: suspense, happiness and excitement' 'Helen Rolfe's writing brought a smile to my face' 'Loved loved loved this fabulous book' 'Full of wonderful characters, great food, a lovely location'
Release on 2002-06-01 | by Sarah Quigley,Pat Quigley,Marilyn Shroyer
A Three-Step Process to Overcoming Fear and Anxiety
Author: Sarah Quigley,Pat Quigley,Marilyn Shroyer
Pubpsher: Conari Press
Guides readers through a three-point process for facing, feeling, and transforming fear at any intensity level, explaining how courage comes by learning to work through fear and demonstrating how readers can experience fear as a message. Reprint.