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ReTRAIN Your Brain and Sharpen Your Memory Now!

A good memory is truly important for anyone to possess.

Your memory of faces, names, facts, information, dates, events, circumstances and other things concerning your everyday life is the measure of your ability to prevail in today's fast-paced, information-dependent society.

Loss of memory is not a natural part of aging-and this book explains why. Celebrated neurologist David Perlmutter reveals how everyday memory-loss-misplacing car keys, forgetting a name, losing concentration in meetings-is actually a warning sign of a distressed brain…

Submitted:Aug 11, 2011
Author:Joanna Smith
Total comments:0
Category:Personal Transformation
3 diggs • 0 comments • Aug 11, 2011

Amazon.com: ReTRAIN Your Brain and Sharpen Your Memory Now! eBook: Joanna Smith: Kindle Store

Amazon.com: ReTRAIN Your Brain and Sharpen Your Memory Now! eBook: Joanna Smith: Kindle Store A good memory is truly important for anyone to possess. Your memory of faces, names, facts, information, dates, events, circumstances and other things concerning your everyday life is the measure of your ability to prevail in today's fast-paced, information-dependent society. Loss of memory is not a natural part of aging-and this book explains why. Celebrated neurologist David Perlmutter reveals how everyday memory-loss-misplacing car keys, forgetting a name, losing concentration in meetings-is actually a warning sign of a distressed brain. Here he offers a simple plan for repairing those problems, and regaining and maintaining clarity by offering the tools for: Building a better brain through nutrition, lifestyle changes, and brain workouts Coping with specific brain disorders such as stroke, vascular dementia, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, multiple sclerosis, and Lou Gehrig's disease Understanding risk factors and individually tailoring a diet and supplementary program Features a ''Life Style Audit,'' quizzes, brain boosting exercises, and a food and supplement program.” With a good memory, you don't have to fear forgetting/misplacing important stuff and you can overcome mental barriers that hinder you from achieving success in your career, love life, and personal life.

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The Map: Finding the Magic and Meaning in the Story of Your Life

Intuitive counselor Colette Baron-Reid is renowned for helping people create the purposeful and authentic lives they desire. In this fascinating book, Colette hands you the “magic wand” of your own awareness so that you can begin to perceive your life as a wonderful adventure, and see yourself as an enchanted mapmaker…

Submitted:Jan 26, 2011
Author:Colette Baron-Reid
Brand:Hay House
Total comments:0
Category:Personal Transformation
2 diggs • 0 comments • Jan 26, 2011

#9: The Map: Finding the Magic and Meaning in the Story of Your Life

Ivica Panic #9: The Map: Finding the Magic and Meaning in the Story of Your Life -http://www.amazon.com/Map-Fin... 8 minutes agofromAmazon.com: Bestsellers in...-Comment-Like

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The Cult of Perfection: Making Peace with Your Inner Overachiever

For some women, success is a relative term. One in six women is an overachiever, constantly striving to do more, better, faster, and look fabulous at all times--so if you are looking around the room at your five closest friends thinking they're all slackers, it's you! You know who you are: the successful woman who feels competitive with her own friends and family members; the stick-thin athlete who won't stop working out; the guilt-ridden executive who always feels she has to do more than others to stay ahead; the grown-up "Little Miss Perfect" who can't stop being the Stepford wife and mother…

Submitted:Jan 24, 2008
Author:Cooper Lawrence
Brand:skirt!
Total comments:8
Category:Personal Transformation
12 diggs • 3 comments • Jan 24, 2008

Amazon.com removes ALL reviews from The Cult of Perfection!!

Cooper Lawrence apparently has someone watching her back at Amazon.com. All reviews have been removed from this and her other two books on the site. But the comments are still active...

10 diggs • 3 comments • Jan 24, 2008

Amazon deletes all Cooper Lawrence reviews

After the 'Mass Effect' controversy and backlash, Amazon removes all the reviews for her book after they were flooded with negative ratings. She expressed an opinion about something she never experienced -- reviewers expressed an opinion about something they never experienced. I don't see the problem here.

5 diggs • 1 comment • Jan 24, 2008

Fox News critic of Mass Effect gets owned.

Cooper Lawrence, outspoken critic of video games, and hater of mass effect is feeling the power of video game fans as her book "The Cult of Perfection: Making Peace with Your Inner Overachiever", gets bombarded with negative reviews from Mass Effect fans, and video game lovers alike.

3 diggs • 1 comment • Jan 25, 2008

Boycott Amazon: Legit Reviews of Fox / Mass Effect CENSORED

Amazon censored a large number of reviews reflecting the character of Cooper. Character plays a huge role in the field of psychology, reflective of person who wrote the book. How many other "reviews" have I read at Amazon that were mis-representations? They no longer have credibility, and will no longer receive money from me. Let the reader Judge

2 diggs • 0 comments • Jan 28, 2008

Amazon deleted all the reviews of her book (over 400)

Give her book 1 star!

1 diggs • 0 comments • Jan 25, 2008

I have to go with the research darling, book is horrible

It may be true that I haven't actually read this book, but after watching her bash a really good game. I realized that people don't need to actually play, read, or watch things to review them.I think the author needs to do her research before bashing something she knowns nothing about.

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Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health

If you've ever felt there was something holding you back in life, ruining your plans and stopping you from being who you want to be, you were right. The fact is, there is a single source of all your problems, stress, unhappiness and self-doubt. It's called the reactive mind - the hidden part of your mind that stores all painful experiences and then uses them against you. Dianetics gets rid of the reactive mind. It's the only thing that does. With over 20,000,000 copies in dozens of languages, Dianetics has remained a bestseller for more than fifty years. Now used in more than 150 nations, Dianetics brings dramatic and permanent improvement to people all over the world…

Submitted:Dec 9, 2007
Author:L. Ron Hubbard
Brand:Bridge Publications, Inc.
Total comments:18
Category:Personal Transformation
30 diggs • 8 comments • Feb 11, 2008

L. Ron Hubbard's "Dianetics" full of 5 star reviews at Amazo

Reddit has started to place some more accurate reviews, let's help em out.

25 diggs • 6 comments • Dec 9, 2007

"Dianetics" Has An Average 5 Star Rating On Amazon!

It is mind boggling that 250 reviews have rated rob hubbard's piece of garbage 5 stars, lets start a dig effect on this and put our own comments in... hmm how about 0 stars? thanks viva la revolucion against scientology

17 diggs • 1 comment • Jan 29, 2008

Anonymous Reviews Dianetics

Read Anonymous reviews of the Scientology book "Dianetics". Excerpt "As a psychologist, I find the views expressed in this work to be borderline criminal."

16 diggs • 1 comment • Feb 11, 2008

5 Star (!) Rating for Scientology "Bible" on Amazon

5 Star rating for "L. Ron Hubbart: Dianetics" (Scientology) on Amazon - I think this garbage book needs some more accurate ratings/reviews.

13 diggs • 2 comments • Feb 11, 2008

Dianetics (Scientology) Book Reviewed on Amazon

After 250 five-star ratings L.Ron Hubbard's "Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health" (Scientology "bible") finally received a hefty dose of critical/more accurate reviews today.

10 diggs • 0 comments • Feb 3, 2008

Is Amazon.com controlled by the Church of Scientology?

Two days ago this book had 315 customer reviews with an average rating of 4.5. Today it has 287 customer reviews with an average rating of 5.0. Hmmm...?

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