Christopher Germer, PhD, author of The Mindful Path to Self-Compassion; clinical psychologist specializing in the application of Buddhist psychology and meditation to alleviate difficult emotions in psychotherapy and everyday life. - Christopher Germer PhD is a clinical psychologist who teaches and practices mindfulness-based psychotherapy and self-compassion to alleviate emotional difficulties - stress, anxiety, depression, grief, shame, anger, self-doubt, troubled relationships - and to cultivate ease and well-being.
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I'm not happy. The description listed canisters not packets (canisters allow a few days more product). It also listed passion drink not thermoburn tablets. I feel swindled.
I live in Louisiana, and lice outbreaks in schools are pretty common. Most of my friends had lice at one point in time as a child, and most of my kids' friends have also had it, but I've never had it and neither have my kids. I put tea tree oil in my kids' shampoo and it keeps them away! The smell of the oil in the bottle is very strong, but when mixed with shampoo, it's not anywhere near the same potency. It also makes their hair very soft and silky.
Absolutely superb, suspenseful, and a page turner! I sat down and read about 3/4 of this book in one sitting, without even noticing the passage of time. One of the best books I have read in the past 5 years. I can think of nothing that was off in this book. I know I will end up reading every Scott Pratt book in existence before I'm done with this great author.
We have had our Sole 80 for close to 2yrs now. Bought it direct from sole and started having problems about 3 to 4 months after we bought it. Low Speed would show up, we would recalibrate and sometimes this would work and sometimes it wouldn't. We called for repair and they sent a box of parts prior to the repairman showing up. He said their is few problems with this treadmill. All he done was kept swapping parts until it started working. He told us we were lucky we had a warranty since he charges $200 just to show up. Since it is 2yrs later, we are having the same problem again, I think I will buy a throw away on the cheap the next time. On a positive note my son and law sais this treadmill is nicer than the one he uses at the gym, but who needs headaches for a $1500 price tag. I can buy a lot of aspirin for that kind of money.
Purchase this set to replace my existing 18V, lighter, compact and easy to maneuver around tighter spots. The 5 AMP battery lasts a long time on a single charge compared to my 18V, really like the storage hard case instead of the "bag" that they now give out on the newer tools.
My sons sensitive stomach meant we spent his first 2 months trying to find the right formula- this is it! He is now a happy spitter, instead of a grumpy spitter- he still spits up, but he had no discomfort- which makes for s happier mama!
I am sort of mixed about this book. Her story is defintely remarkable, considering she came to fame when songwriting was dominated by men. She is very honest about her struggles, but some of it still seems very surface. She seems contradictory about her self image issues- at one point is discussing how her relationship with Burt B. made her overly conscious of her appearance, to the point of getting breast implants-- and then discusses how she tells her new partner he should get his turkey neck fixed with surgery.. I would have liked to have read more about how it felt to be a woman in this business-- aside from the superficial and how feminism did (or didn't) impact her. That seems to be sort of missing, but she does admit that she completely avoided the hippie era of which her peers were heavily involved in.