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Seventeen contributors from five countries, and ranging in age from their mid-20s to their late 60s, offer their views on thriving after sexual assault.
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Author Amara Honeck brings her deep expertise and passion for her subject, honed from experience as a Shamanic Practitioner and Counselor.
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Tim Mielke does yeoman’s service, alerting the average consumer to shoddy practices and deceptive claims in the nutritional supplement industry, while also educating them on...
I LEFT MY PROSTATE IN SAN FRANCISCO: WHERE’S YOURS? by Rick and Brenda Redner, tells the well-written and often excruciating story of Rick’s unexpected diagnosis...