The Most Important 60 Days of Your Pregnancy Prevent Your Child from Developing Diabetes and Obesity Later in Life

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The Most Important 60 Days of Your Pregnancy: Prevent Your Child from Developing Diabetes and Obesity Later in Life by Pierre Dukan
My Autistic Awakening: Unlocking the Potential for a Life Well Lived by Rachael Lee Harris
Ashtanga Yoga: The Essential Step-by-step Guide to Dynamic Yoga (Gaia Classics) by John Scott
Loving Someone with OCD: Help for You and Your Family by Karen J. Landsman, Kathleen M. Rupertus, Cherry Pedrick
Tony Anatrella, “Interminables adolescences : Les 12-30 ans”

The Most Important 60 Days of Your Pregnancy: Prevent Your Child from Developing Diabetes and Obesity Later in Life by Pierre Dukan

English | October 20th, 2017 | ISBN: 161243729X | 256 Pages | EPUB | 0.91 MB

A healthy diet is important every day of pregnancy. However, new research shows that what you eat during months four and five is most critical. Making smart food choices during that 60-day window, when your baby’s organs are at a vital stage of development, will help protect his or her long-term health.
In this groundbreaking book, Dr. Pierre Dukan uses the latest discoveries in epigenetics and embryology to create a diet and lifestyle plan that will improve your personal health while helping your child avoid obesity and diabetes later in life. The easy-to-follow program includes:
• 60-day action plan
• 5-step daily diet
• 24 delicious foods to eat freely
• 8 foods that must be eliminated

My Autistic Awakening: Unlocking the Potential for a Life Well Lived by Rachael Lee Harris

English | April 9th, 2015 | ASIN: B00WJM01AQ, ISBN: 1442244496, 0810895900 | 239 Pages | EPUB | 0.87 MB

Rachael Lee Harris spent her early childhood locked in an autistic fog until beginning her journey from a fragmented world to one in which things began to make sense. Rachael’s determination to take her place in society led her down many paths, from beauty therapist to Catholic nun, from mother and wife to divorcee and working mom. Today, she is a psychotherapist specializing in helping others on the Autism Spectrum.
Rachael’s story explores areas such as schooling, family relationships, employment, travel, and faith culminating in monastic life, motherhood, dating, and marriage. Through her story, we get a more “rounded” positive vision of how an autistic life can develop and insight into the benefits of being “on the spectrum” alongside the very real picture of its challenges. Addressing the culture of disability and negativity that surrounds so much of the public perception of the Autism Spectrum, Rachael presents a more moderate and perhaps more objective assessment of her own life experiences, as well as the potential for others on the Spectrum.

Ashtanga Yoga: The Essential Step-by-step Guide to Dynamic Yoga (Gaia Classics) by John Scott

English | 8 Feb. 2018 | ISBN: 1856753719 | 144 Pages | EPUB | 26.86 MB

John Scott’s Ashtanga Yoga is a step-by-step illustrated guide that takes you through the balanced exercise routines and breathing techniques of this dynamic form.
Carefully structured, this course starts with a simple sequence for beginners which, once mastered, provides the foundation for moving on to the next level.
– Purify your body with dynamic movement and precise postures
– Develop physical and mental strength, increased stamina and greater flexibility
– Includes a foreword by Shri K Pattabhi Jois, founder of Ashtanga Yoga
– This new edition has been fully revised and updated
This essential guide is the perfect introduction to yoga or the ideal gift for those who want to take their yoga practice to the next level.
Author John Scott studied with yogi Shri K Pattabhi Jois at the Ashtanga Yoga Research Institute in India, where he qualified to teach Ashtanga Yoga around the world. He has instructed many people in Ashtanga Yoga, including high-profile celebrities Madonna and Sting. John now spends much of his time teaching international workshops and undertaking teacher trainings.

Loving Someone with OCD: Help for You and Your Family by Karen J. Landsman, Kathleen M. Rupertus, Cherry Pedrick

2005 | ISBN: 1572243295 | English | 184 pages | PDF | 0.6 MB

People who suffer from mental illness rarely do so alone. Their families and loved ones face their own set of unique challenges—problems that deserve their own resources and sources of support. This is the first book written specifically to the loved ones of people with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). It helps readers examine how OCD affects their lives and offers a straightforward system for building a healthier, more constructive relationship with OCD sufferers.
The book contains basic information about OCD—its definition, cause, and symptoms—and a brief overview of treatments available for the disorder. After these introductory sections, the book focuses on ways readers can foster a healthy relationship with someone with OCD. It includes tips for increasing family involvement, making accommodation for the disorder in daily life, and creating an action plan for change using family contracts. The book also covers relational topics such as parenting and marriage, self-care, and support networking. Throughout, the book illustrates important points with the real-life stories of families living with OCD.

Tony Anatrella, “Interminables adolescences : Les 12-30 ans”

Cerf/Cujas | 1988 | ISBN: 2204029300 | French | PDF | 220 pages | 3.3 MB

La valorisation de l’adolescence. L’adolescence est l’âge privilégié du XXe siècle. C’est une période qui se prolonge de plus en plus tardivement en exerçant une force d’attraction sur les enfants comme sur les adultes. Les conduites juvéniles sont précoces, avant même les transformations de la puberté, et se maintiennent longtemps dans la vie psychique de nombreux adultes. Le désir de vivre et de penser comme des adolescents donne le prestige de la vitalité, du mouvement, de la spontanéité stimulée par les dernières idées à la mode. Les adolescents vivant dans cette mouvance expriment à travers leurs multiples conduites les effets des transformations psychiques qui s’effectuent dans leur personnalité. Face à eux, les adultes ne sont plus confrontés, comme à la puberté, à la nouveauté de leur éveil pulsionnel, mais sont engagés dans un processus qui finalise leurs pulsions dans les choix qu’ils ont faits. Nous aurons à nous interroger sur la signification du besoin de nombreuses personnes de s’aligner sur des conduites juvéniles. Déjà des adolescents s’étonnent de voir leur jeunesse mimée par leurs parents, par leurs aînés qui veulent ressembler aux jeunes et rester adolescents. En voulant réduire la différence entre les générations dans l’espoir d’une meilleure communication, la relation entre jeunes et adultes est faussée car personne ne reste à sa place. Les relations de copinage ajoutent à la confusion. « Si les adultes sont comme nous, disait récemment un jeune de dix-sept ans, alors je ne sais pas comment je vais pouvoir grandir? » Si les adultes ne savent plus tenir leur place, courent après leur jeunesse à travers celle de leurs enfants et s’installent dans l’adolescence, l’avenir est bouché. …
Un livre qui aide les praticiens et les éducateurs à mieux comprendre les structures psychologiques des jeunes d’aujourd’hui et les mécanismes individuels et sociaux qui favorisent ou empêchent leur développement et leur maturité.

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