- Sticks: A Golfer’s Tale
- Courteous Canines: Practical Dog Training for the Rest of Us
- Cultural Rehydration: A Laymen’s Guide to Dealing with Culture Shock
Posted: 21 Oct 2009 04:10 AM PDT
Sticks: A Golfer’s Tale
I wrote Sticks hoping that the reader could recognize some of his own foolish fantasies, that is, the two hundred and fifty dollar driver that you just knew would take ten strokes off your game or the miracle swing trainer that you saw on TV which would be your ticket to the perfect round. If nothing else, I hope that Sticks puts an occasional grin on your face and causes a now and then nod of self-recognition as you read. – Walt Sautter
Posted: 21 Oct 2009 04:05 AM PDT
Courteous Canines: Practical Dog Training for the Rest of Us
Just tell me how to stop my dog from chewing! I don’t care why they chew, what certain items will do to their gums/teeth, the history of why dogs chew, the history of the chew bone, or how they make rawhide. My dog is chewing now and I need to know how to stop it! I don’t care, at the moment, how to breed my dog. I don’t care about showing my dog. I don’t care about how to travel with my pet. I’m not interested in preventive dental care right this second. I don’t care about grooming. I just want some answers to the problems I’m having now. Sure, all of these issues are important and I’ve consumed everything there is to learn about them, but right now I want answers. Consider this book as sort of a cheat sheet for dog training if you will; short enough that it can be read in a few days, but rich enough to give practical answers to real problems. It’s really a supplement to the 300 page books you may already have, not a replacement.
Posted: 21 Oct 2009 03:58 AM PDT
Cultural Rehydration: A Laymen’s Guide to Dealing with Culture Shock
If you are dehydrated, which is more important, to get out of the sun or to consume liquids? Much like the answer to this question, when faced with culture shock individuals are taught to choose between the two choices of, ‘their way’ or ‘my way.’ If one tries to confront dehydration or culture shock by choosing only one answer, that individual will be unsuccessful. Cultural Rehydration: A Laymen’s Guide to Dealing with Culture Shock is the first self-help book and workbook that combines a description of the subtle mercilessness of culture shock with a powerfully built, self-administrating treatment process.
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