Cynthia MacGregor lives in Palm Springs, Florida. She is a writer, editor, TV host and speaker and has written over 100 books: General nonfiction, Parenting books, Cookbooks / books about cooking, Kids' books, and Fiction.
Like Love, success expands creating more. There is room for improvement in the life of even the most successful person.
Do you feel there's something missing from your life, but feel it's wrong to want more than you have? Learn how to fill those empty gaps and make your world blossom. This motivational book may give you the boost you need to change your life for the better, even if you are content with where you are. Allow yourself to become inspired to seek new goals and build on your achievements - in fact, Don't Quit While You're Ahead.
Every parent is concerned to keep their child safe in the modern world, and has worried about abduction or worse by a predatory individual. In this book, presented in reassuring style so that you can rehearse your child in different scenarios without unduly alarming them, you will find sensible advice for safeguarding your child, from toddler to teen, from those who might wish them harm. You can't be permanently there at their side to advise, but if you follow the commonsense ideas and self-defence ideas in this book, you will go a long way towards predator-proofing your child and consequent peace of mind.
If the prospect of your last child leaving for college or moving out of the family home to get on with his or her life feels like it would be the end of yours, this book is for you.
You've lived and breathed for your children for decades, and suddenly it seems they don't need you any more. That feeling, coupled with unaccustomed time to yourself, can be overwhelming. Your kids have been your whole life, or a large part of it, but their moving out doesn't have to depress you. Here is help for building a new phase of life for yourself and, as the title says, facing down that empty nest syndrome.
Simon's playing at being a Safety Inspector like his dad. After he's made safety checks around the house, Mom expands the concept to include personal safety. Simon learns what to do in the event of a fire and other potential crises and feels reassured. A clever way to give your child the self-confidence of knowing what to do in various situations such as an approach from a stranger when home alone, this book is a gentle way of gaining peace of mind for yourself while keeping the child from harm.
Jordi’s grandma, who speaks no English, has come to live with them. Jordi hardly knows her, can’t relate to her, and is unwilling to hug her. But when he finds himself home with her during a fierce thunderstorm, they turn to each other for comfort. At last a grateful Jordi reaches out to hug Grandma.
A collection of short, insightful motivational essays laced with inspiration and robust common sense, which followers of her daily Facebook posts have long awaited, this book is the fruit of a full life, rich in experience. A long-time believer in a positive attitude having a direct bearing on health and success, Cynthia MacGregor is a prolific author as well as an editor, who has also produced and hosted two TV shows. You will be left with a sense of well-being and a positive determination after reading these pearls of Wisdom from a Happy Woman.
Do our beloved pets and other animal companions (such as horses) go to heaven? Can they communicate with the humans they left behind? The answer, as put forth by the experiences of the people whose stories are contained in this book, is a resounding YES!
Author Cynthia MacGregor not only quotes a minister to support that belief but shares here the stories of a multiplicity of pet-owners (and owners of a few animals, such as horses, not often classified as pets) to bolster the affirmed belief that our beloved animals not only do go to the same Great Beyond we are all destined for one day but can come back and send us messages of their love.
Read these heart-warming accounts of animals who crossed back across the divide to tell their owners they still loved them and missed them.
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WISDOM FROM A HAPPY WOMAN BOOK 2
The second book in the Wisdom From a Happy Woman series, this is a collection of short, insightful motivational essays laced with inspiration and robust common sense, based on the author's daily Facebook posts: the fruit of a full life, rich in experience. A long-time believer in a positive attitude having a direct bearing on health and success, Cynthia MacGregor is a prolific author as well as an editor, who has also produced and hosted two TV shows. You will be left with a sense of well-being and a positive determination after reading this Wisdom from a Happy Woman.
“Dog” doesn’t have a name. That’s because he doesn’t have a home. And he’s never gotten a Christmas present. Will he always be a street dog, running from meanies, alone on the biggest holiday of all? Or might this year be different?
When Jamal’s mom is stricter on certain points than he wishes she would be, he thinks how great it would be if only the parents of several different friends of his were his parents instead. But when a fairy temporarily grants his wish, he learns that his parents’ rules overall just might be better than those of his friends’ parents, and in the end he’s happy to have the parents he does.
Coming soon from Cynthia MacGregor: WHO'S MY DADDY
Was your child conceived through D.I. (donor insemination)? Here’s a book to help him/her understand the concept, as well as the all-important question posed by the title. (Hint: The answer varies according to the circumstances surrounding the family’s make-up and situation. Several scenarios are covered in the book.)
Three generations under one roof: Who’s the boss? Who’s the head of the household? Whose rules hold sway in child-raising? What about dividing the financial responsibility? There are many questions to be answered and issues to be resolved when three generations are sardined into one home, and this book takes a fearless look at the questions and problems that can arise, as well the experiences of some real-life multi-generational households.
The bullying problem at Manorville High continues, and friends Craig and Jenny, former victims themselves, are determined to help Drew and Mykel, the latest big victims. But the two boys each deny they’re being bullied and refuse all offers of help. What can Craig and Jenny do to solve the problem?