Description : What is left unsaid can often be more detrimental to any relationship than most believe. Unspoken words seem to alter what has actually been spoken, more than most people realize. This book is the continuation of the story of a man who was bound by pain, imprisoned by guilt, and faced many obstacles while rising above it all. Through every page of this unofficial man's guide to emotions and relationships, you will find yourself walking through the mind of a man as he journeys into love and out of the grip of the burdens life lays out on a human's path, along with the false ideologies society implanted in us. This book is intended to help men dive into the uncharted territory of their innermost feelings, helping the scales fall off of their eyes while allowing women to get a glimpse inside the thoughts of some of their lovers.
Description : Unspoken Feelings of a Man explores the deepest parts of a male as he evolves into a man. These are the words behind the silence that many deal with. Thoughts, emotions, and real life struggles are unleashed within these pages. The person speaking isn't fictional but very real and opens himself up wide for the world to salvage pieces they too can relate to. This literary piece speaks volumes on love, pain, mistakes, and personal growth. When you are able to peer into the soul of another person, you realize that you are human too. Words left unsaid halt the opportunity for another to grow from your experiences. On every page are words from the depths of a man's core that has broken others and been broken, priceless words no longer left unspoken.
Description : Men and women are completely misunderstood by one another, especially when it involves relationships and dating. The scenarios that compile the Memoirs of a Gentleman, conveys the unrefined essence of such differences. The Memoirs of a Gentleman are a compilation of scenarios which include various personalities, centered around the male perceptive. Every experience presented in the MOAG involves critical thinking in relation to maintaining a healthy relationship. The Memoirs demonstrate the psychological structure of males, and allow the readers to receive a simple grasp on the cognitive thinking and perspective of men.
Description : Achieving success as a professional woman doesn’t have to be hard! With over 30 years of experience rising through the ranks of the male-dominated world of finance, author Marja Norris knows all too well the challenges females continue to encounter in today's business culture. Over the decades, she’s learned how to expertly navigate the rules and expectations of the workplace, many of which remain unclear, unspoken, or unstated to females trying to make their mark. In The Unspoken Code, Norris equips young professional women with the tools they need to succeed by shining a spotlight on the subtle, sometimes controversial, norms they face as soon as they set foot in an office. The Unspoken Code contains no-nonsense advice to help women climb the corporate ladder with confidence, as well as valuable insights from successful businesswomen reflecting on their own journeys to the top. The book's three sections guide readers towards their professional goals by awakening their own power within, perfecting both verbal and nonverbal communication skills in aggressive business environments, and showing the significance of how their dress impacts future career opportunities. Today’s business culture is shifting towards equality, but it’s not shifting fast enough. The Unspoken Code empowers women to push through barriers with moxie and gives them confidence to achieve their professional dreams.
Description : In this sumptuous group portrait of the six daughters of 'Mad' King George III, acclaimed biographer Flora Fraser takes us into the heart of the British Royal family during the tumultuous period of the American and French revolutions. Drawing on their extraordinary private correspondence, Fraser gives voice to these handsome, accomplished, extremely well-educated women: Princess Royal, the eldest, constantly at odds with her mother; home-loving, family-minded Augusta; plump Elizabeth, a gifted amateur artist; Mary the bland beauty of the family; Sophia, emotional and prone to take refuge in illness; and Amelia, 'the most turbulent and tempestuous of all the princesses.' Never before has the historical searchlight been turned with such sympathy and acuity on George III and his family.