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New Book by Dr. Sheila: Yes, I Have Herpes

Adryenn Ashley

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New Book by Dr. Sheila: Yes, I Have Herpes

Yes, I Have Herpes is a phenomenal resource from a medical perspective. It dispels myths, shares facts, and provides physical and emotional treatments for patients who don’t always get the education and information from their doctors. But just as important, Dr. Loanzon shares how she got herpes, how it’s affected her relationships and self-esteem, and how it became a part of who she is and her journey toward enlightenment, love, and happier relationships.

You can find Dr. Sheila at http://www.drsheilagyn.com/

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The Girlfriend Effect

Adryenn Ashley

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The Girlfriend Effect

Are you ready to move your marriage from ho-hum too WOW! Do everyday life events keep you from having the amazing relationship you want, desire and deserve? Creating and sustaining that ultimate marriage bond takes commitment and work. I have been there… so busy with all good things- family, business/work, friends, and life – keep you from fully enjoying and realizing the fulfilling relationship we deserve. The Girlfriend Effect was written just for you with a sassy style and a touch of class, and even more sexiness to inspire women everywhere to become a Girlfriend to their husbands so they won’t go out and get one. Turning up heat for intimacy and romance in the bedroom changes the way the world views being a wife and lover. This book brings ideas to life with simple techniques that are sure to please every husband, as a wife gives her husband the ultimate girlfriend experience. This book explains how they did it, and how you can too. You’ll Learn: – Empower Your Relationship With Intimacy – Rekindle the Passion that makes you excited to see each other – Become Best Friends & Ultimate Lovers This is a must read for every woman, whether you are newlyweds to empty nesters. If you are in a relationship or want to be in a relationship this book will give you the secrets to what every man desires but doesn’t dare to ask for.

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don Miguel Ruiz – The Four Agreements

Adryenn Ashley

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The following is an overview of the meaning of each of The Four Agreements, based on the writings of don Miguel Ruiz.

Be Impeccable with Your Word

Speak with integrity.  Say only what you mean.  Avoid using the word to speak against yourself or to gossip about others.  Use the power of your word in the direction of truth and love.

Impeccable means “without sin” and a sin is something you do or believe that goes against yourself.  It means not speaking against yourself, to yourself or to others.  It means not rejecting yourself.  To be impeccable means to take responsibility for yourself, to not participate in “the blame game.”

Regarding the word, the rules of “action-reaction” apply.  What you put out energetically will return to you.  Proper use of the word creates proper use of energy, putting out love and gratitude perpetuates the same in the universe.  The converse is also true.

Impeccability starts at home.  Be impeccable with yourself and that will reflect in your life and your relationships with others.  This agreement can help change thousands of other agreements, especially ones that create fear instead of love.

 

Don’t Take Anything Personally

Nothing others do is because of you.  What others say and do is a projection of their own dream.  When you are immune to the opinions and actions of others, you won’t be the victim of needless suffering.

We take things personally when we agree with what others have said.  If we didn’t agree, the things that others say would not affect us emotionally.  If we did not care about what others think about us, their words or behavior could not affect us.

Even if someone yells at you, gossips about you, harms you or yours, it still is not about you!  Their actions and words are based on what they believe in their personal dream.

Our personal “Book of Law” and belief system makes us feel safe.  When people have beliefs that are different from our own, we get scared, defend ourselves, and impose our point of view on others.  If someone gets angry with us it is because our belief system is challenging their belief system and they get scared.  They need to defend their point of view.  Why become angry, create conflict, and expend energy arguing when you are aware of this?

 

Don’t Make Assumptions

Find the courage to ask questions and to express what you really want.  Communicate with others as clearly as you can to avoid misunderstandings, sadness, and drama.  With just this one agreement, you can completely transform your life.

When we make assumptions it is because we believe we know what others are thinking and feeling.  We believe we know their point of view, their dream.  We forget that our beliefs are just our point of view based on our belief system and personal experiences and have nothing to do with what others think and feel.

We make the assumption that everybody judges us, abuses us, victimizes us, and blames us the way we do ourselves.  As a result we reject ourselves before others have the chance to reject us.  When we think this way, it becomes difficult to be ourselves in the world.

Take action and be clear to others about what you want or do not want; do not gossip and make assumptions about things others tell you.  Respect other points of view and avoid arguing just to be right.  Respect yourself and be honest with yourself.  Stop expecting the people around you to know what is in your head.

Always Do Your Best

Your best is going to change from moment to moment; it will be different when you are healthy as opposed to sick.  Under any circumstance, simply do your best, and you will avoid self-judgment, self-abuse, and regret.

Doing your best means enjoying the action without expecting a reward.  The pleasure comes from doing what you like in life and having fun, not from how much you get paid.  Enjoy the path traveled and the destination will take care of itself.

Living in the moment and releasing the past helps us to do the best we can in the moment.  It allows us to be fully alive right now, enjoying what is present, not worrying about the past or the future.

Have patience with yourself.  Take action.  Practice forgiveness.  If you do your best always, transformation will happen as a matter of course.

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Ricky Nelson Uncovered

Adryenn Ashley

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3dbook[dropcap]T[/dropcap]his is a revelatory true account about industry-outsider Jason Fox’s disastrous attempt to create the book and screenplay of Ricky Nelson’s musical comeback with Ricky’s best friend, Jamie Fresh. As Ricky’s confidante, Fresh alone knew the shocking truth about why Rick died in a 1985 plane crash. Together, he and Fox were going to set the record straight. Instead, the emotionally unstable Fresh sabotaged the celebrity-endorsed, multi-million-dollar project, cheating all the investors out of their money. Nobody suffered more than Fox who lost hundreds of thousands of dollars and his girlfriend; now more than a decade later, Fox has come forward to expose the inside story of what really happened to Ricky and how it all went wrong.

Listen to Jason Fox’s extended interview with Adryenn Ashley.

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