Charles Tindell writes about the lives of real people. He then asks us to ponder thought-provoking questions about the meaning of these lives (and the meaning of our own lives as we grow older). We have many questions to answer: How do we deal with our parents’ aging and our own aging? What keeps a person’s spirit alive and growing?
A character-based, very, very short story, with some magic realism in it. A person is standing in front of automatic door and the door doesn’t register her at all. Is she becoming a ghost, invisible? And does she really care about it?
How do we begin to teach our children about the devastating effects Humankind has had upon the Earth?
If we don't find a way, how can we teach them to repair it?
A young persons introduction to many global environmental problems and how we can all be part of the solution.
Intertidal Zone is a thrilling account involving the world of Sea Stars and their magnetic ability to regenerate and about an incident involving events from the future as conveyed by an assembly of erudite Cosmic Explorers and Time Travelers. Beyond and above the Environmental danger that is hanging precariously over this Planet, this book warns of a future Globe-wide event of a haunting nature.
This semi-autobiographical work is meant to provide parents a starting point for learning about autism and autistic spectrum disorders. It is a crash course in what to expect and common approaches that have benefited life with autism. The practical guide is impersonal and informal, perfect for those with hectic schedules or lives that demand efficiency.
In this conversational text-only guide, a Las Vegas-based licensed massage therapist and esthetician humorously exposes secrets and shares priceless advice on performing five-star relaxation massage treatments for discriminating clients in a manner accessible to both the hobbyist and the professional. Learn how to deal with difficult situations, land a dream spa job, and massage with confidence!
Dementia can be debilitating and life-altering – not only for the person with the disease, but also for family members and caregivers. This book was written to help these caregivers and family members better understand dementia and its effects, so they can proactively avert or lessen problematic behaviors while maintaining a climate of respect and compassion.