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A BEAUTIFUL CELEBRATION OF THAT UNIQUE RELATIONSHIP ONLY A MOTHER AND DAUGHTER CAN SHARE: THE LOVE AND AFFECTION, THE CARE AND THE FRIENDSHIP. THE DELIGHTFUL PHOTOGRAPHS WITHIN THESE PAGES ILLUSTRATE THIS SPECIAL BOND, WHILE THE UPLIFTING AND TENDER WORDS WILL INPIRE YOU FROM BIRTH THROUGH TO WOMANHOOD
Falling in love is easy. Keeping the sizzle in your marriage? That's more like grilling the perfect steak-it takes time, attention, and some secret spices. Mastering your wife's heart doesn't have to be complicated, but it will take a little effort. Good intentions alone will not get the job done.
Gary Chapman gears this edition of his #1 "New York Times" multi-million best seller to your needs, challenges, and interests as a husband. What "really "fills your wife's love tank? (It may not be what you think.) How can you let her know what you're thinking and feeling? What can "you" do to make sex more meaningful and pleasurable for you both? This book offers a straightforward approach that will equip you for relational success.
A guide to empower women to manage their endometriosis. It shows how making informed choices can improve wellbeing through diet and lifestyle changes and can personally vouch for the positive difference these alterations can make to the health of endometriosis sufferers.
In 1990 two South African mothers were faced with an impossible choice. Should they surrender the child they had lovingly raised in order to get back the baby they had given birth to? Megs Clinton-Parker and Sandy Dawkins chose nurture over nature, simply unable to give up their two-year-old sons who were switched at birth at an East Rand hospital.
A Guide to Back Pain book provides straightforward, useful information about the workings of the human back and the things that may go wrong to cause pain. It provides guidance on the alleviation and management of such pain.
Over 2 000 years ago Hippocrates wrote: "Let your food be your medicine and your medicine be your food. Each one of the substances in a man's diet, acts upon his body and changes it in some way, and upon these changes his whole life depends, whether he be in health, in sickness or convalescent.
Your skin reflects your body's health. To achieve young, healthy-looking skin you need to provide it with essential nutrients and protect it from external damage. This guide to overcoming skin problems such as cellulite, eczema and psoriasis offers explanations and nutritional advice.
Kenneth de Kok describes his childhood in Stilfontein, a small mining town in the Transvaal. Set in the 1950s, the story immerses the reader in a world of bicycle races down dirt roads, kleilat fights, childhood pacts and seaside holidays. A Row of Bluegums is a sensitively written memoir about fathers and sons and, importantly, about growing up.
THE ONLY OFFICIAL KHLOE KARDASHIAN BOOK sharing Khloe's personal ways of seeking strength in her life
Raadpleeg 'n span hoogs gerespekteerde vrouedokters en kry betroubare, gerusstellende advies oor al jou vrae en kwellings rakende jou gesondheid. Vind uit hoekom vroue anders as mans geaffekteer word deur sommige toestande.
Tissue Salts are a group of 12 minerals that should be present in our bodies to ensure good health and well-being. These salts are found naturally in the earth's rocks and soil, and are present in food grown organically in mineral-rich soils.
Why Men Love Bitches delivers a unique perspective as to why men are attracted to a strong woman.
A revolutionary diet program that can change your health and your life through simple adjustments to eating habits.
True friendship is a precious gift and is something to be nurtured. This joyful little book is brimming with inspiring quotations that celebrate companionship plus brilliant ideas to help you build strong friendships and make the most of the time you spend with the special people in your life.
In a telegram dated 29 April 1963, thirty-year-old Afrikaans poet Ingrid Jonker thanks Andre Brink, a young novelist of twenty-eight, for flowers and a letter he sent her. In the more than two hundred letters that followed this telegram, one of South African literatureÆs most famous love affairs unfolds.