A Relationship Memoir With a Self-Help Twist. A non-fiction relationship and sexual freedom self-help book with transparent intimate personal stories that demonstrate real life lessons. Workbook is included after each of the 28 chapters. The author is a natural, functional medicine nurse who gives life hacks on finding inner peace and an authentic outer smile in the areas of physical, mental, emotional, and relationship health. The Smile on My Face is a series of stories with Cheri, a holistic healer, living an alternative approach to open relationships. Cheri’s transparent process reveals belief-shattering insights as she navigates: · Releasing sexual shame · Responsible communication · Polyamory = more love · Attachment vs. connection · Untangling jealousy · Holistic health · Choosing freedom over suffering · Expanding the capacity to feel bliss
What do you do when you try to commit suicide, and end up discovering you have superpowers? Kabir faced this question just when he had done enough to get rid of a life he couldn't get along with. Foolishly encouraged by his new-found abilities, he decides get even with a cunning boss at work; win back his colleague Nat's love, and be an admired superhero. So starts his crazy journey – a clumsy rescue act for a girl called Riona; a dramatically rigged introduction at the Qutub Minar; mathematical manipulations at flying; use of Facebook as a weapon, and surreal encounters with a wily Russian, and a mysterious monk. Just when he thinks he has a hang of it, he runs into the Devil - a manic ringleader of kidnappers - who is clearly more than a match for him. As he stares at the barrel of the gun that the Devil has pointed at his head, he realizes how terribly inappropriate being a superhero has been.
An updated and expanded version of this classic study of contemporary American film, the new edition of A Cinema of Loneliness reassesses the landscape of American cinema over the past decade, incorporating discussions of directors like Judd Apatow and David Fincher while offering assessments of the recent, and in some cases final, work from the filmmakers--Penn, Scorsese, Stone, Altman, Kubrick--at the book's core.
Willow Portis tries extra hard to be The Good Girl of Sweetheart, South Carolina. But the night of the Masquerade, she steps out of her well-behaved shoes and into a super-sexy angel costume. And when she’s tempted by a stranger, she gives in!