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Stimulate your life with this book about the art of living wisely.

Expanding your perspective to create greater fulfillment

(A guide to sailing through life more efficiently and joyously)

A book by Keith L. Kendrick, R.N.,C.H.

A book of practical psychology and philosophy for
achieving greater love and happiness--read on-line for free.

"Sheds practical light, useful on a day to day basis . . . towards a life
that is whole and fulfilling." -- The Rev. Bruce Clear,
All Souls Unitarian Church, Indianapolis, Indiana

Covers such issues as:

How you can increase your happiness by understanding its different aspects.

Recognizing your inner blocks so you can free yourself to develop your potential.

Overcoming the illusions of love in order to create a realistic, healthier love.

Learning to facilitate grieving to improve how you deal with changes and choices.

Improving the self-fulfilling plan you have acquired for your life.

Basic practices in life that are necessary for reaching your potential.

Viewing opposing forces differently so you can realize their inherent benefits.

Ways of using your improved perspective to create the life you really want.


Table of Contents for "Inner-Growth"


1. The Nature of Happiness

2. Internal Barriers

3. The Confusion and Promise of Love

4. Grieving , Change, and Choice

5. Tools for Sorting It Out

6. Following Our Scripts

7. Developing Basic Practices

8. Seeing the Dance

9. Realizing Our Potential



Please feel free to read my whole book--it is my gift to you.
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chapter simply by hitting your print button while in each chapter. 

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Here are some excellent books I heartily recommend
followed by some great hyperlinks:

You Can Be Happy No Matter What: Five Principles Your Therapist Never Told You
Shortcut Through Therapy: 10 Principles of Growth Oriented Living,
by Richard Carlson

Feel The Fear and Do It Anyway, by Susan Jeffers

How To Want What You Have:
Discovering the Magic and Grandeur of Ordinary Existence,
by Timothy Miller

Love Is Never Enough:
How Couples Can Overcome Misunderstandings, Resolve Conflicts, and
Solve Relationship Problems Through Cognitive Therapy,
by Aaron Beck

Why Marriages Succeed or Fail, And How You Can Make Yours Last,
The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work
by John Gottman

Handbook to Higher Consciousness,
A Conscious Person's Guide to Relationships,
by Alan Keyes

A New Guide To Rational Living, by Albert Ellis and Robert Harper

A Fine Balance
by Rohinton Mistry
A truly great epic novel spanning three decades in India,
and it can change your outlook on life!

The Demon Haunted World: Science As A Candle in the Dark,
by Carl Sagan

They Call It Hypnosis, by Robert A. Baker

Eat, Drink and Be Merry, by Dr. Dean E'Dell

You should be able to find or order these at any good book store or Next are some great hyperlinks:

"Protecting Yourself Against Health Fraud," by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration

"The Institute for Rational-Emotive Therapy" The home page for Albert Ellis, the
founder of Rational-Emotive Therapy. Explains the basics of this popular and effective
cognitive style of helping yourself. Also offers some excellent books on the subject.

"The Internet Mental Health Page" A great resource for a wide range of information
about mental health issues.

"The Skeptics Society" Devoted to the Promotion of Science & Critical Thinking and
the Investigation of Extraordinary Claims and Revolutionary Ideas. To use the sub-title 
of Carl Sagen's book "The Demon Haunted World," this web-site is like
"A Candle In The Dark."

"Ask the Dietician" A Registered Dietician answers questions about a wide variety of
questions. Want a scientific appraisal of various diets and such things as
"insulin resistance"? You'll find it here.

"Society of Human Sexuality Library" , formally at the University of Washington.
Information related to just about every aspect of sexuality you could think of. If you are
curious about what's happening out there in the wide world of sexuality, this should be
enlightening. And sometimes personal/spiritual growth can be achieved through
more unconventional avenues.

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Revised -- 3/5/2007