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Baby Girl Nylon Headbands Toddler Hairbands and Bows Child Hair Accessories (ai21-9pcs)


Baby Girl Nylon Headbands Toddler Hairbands and Bows Child Hair Accessories

Product Features

  • 💗:the material is made of soft nylon,they are very stretchy.the elastic baby headband fits most babies from newborn to toddler.
  • 💗:Adjustable Material : it allows a baby headband to expand to fit your growing baby! This headband will fit all ages。
  • 💗:ifferent colors : It contains many differentcolors in one package, .you can quickly find a different color to match different clothes,cute hair band,Perfect decorative accessories.
  • 💗: No mark leave – on baby’s head, It is so soft and light nylon that your baby don’t even realize they are wearing it! Not too big and not too tight! Perfect for Newborn
  • 💗Perfect for any Occasion : Birthdays, Baby Shower,Baby photography, Baby Gifts, Christmas and more. These Baby headbands will help your baby stand out from the rest.

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Curvy Attraction: Aiden & Cecelia (Untouchable Curves Book 1)


“Ride with me.” Three simple words. A seemingly perfect solution after my car breaks down.

So why am I so nervous about this? Sure, I’ve harbored the biggest crush on him for over a decade. But one road trip isn’t going to clue him in on that well-kept secret.

I can’t put my finger on what’s making this ride feel like a big deal. That is, until he pulls me close and revs the hard rumbling engine of his bike.

Okay, things are definitely different.

And the ride hasn’t even begun yet.

The Untouchable Curves Collection
Curvy Attraction (Aiden & Cecelia)
Curvy Seduction (Owen & Gemma)
Curvy Perfection (Cayce & Ashley)

This collection of steamy friends-to-lovers standalones contains hot & dirty alphas just wanting to give their sweet curvy girls the HEAs they deserve.

Previously published as Riding Curves (c) 2012 with revisions throughout, newly added content, and an extended ending.

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Psychodynamic Techniques: Working with Emotion in the Therapeutic Relationship


Helping therapists navigate the complexities of emotional interactions with clients, this book provides practical clinical guidelines. Master clinician Karen J. Maroda adds an important dimension to the psychodynamic literature by exploring the role of both clients’ and therapists’ emotional experiences in the process of therapy. The book discusses how to become more attuned to one’s own experience of a client; offer direct feedback and self-disclosure in the service of treatment goals; and manage intense feelings and conflict in the relationship. Specific techniques are illustrated with vivid case examples. Maroda clearly distinguishes between therapeutic and nontherapeutic ways to work with emotion in this candid and instructive guide.

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How to Be an Adult in Relationships: The Five Keys to Mindful Loving


“Most people think of love as a feeling,” says David Richo, “but love is not so much a feeling as a way of being present.” In this audiobook, Richo offers a fresh perspective on love and relationships – one that focuses not on finding an ideal mate, but on becoming a more loving and realistic person. Drawing on the Buddhist concept of mindfulness, How to Be an Adult in Relationships explores five hallmarks of mindful loving and how they play a key role in our relationships throughout life:

Attention to the present moment; observing, listening, and noticing all the feelings at play in our relationships
Acceptance of ourselves and others just as we are
Appreciation of all our gifts, our limits, our longings, and our poignant human predicament
Affection shown through holding and touching in respectful ways
Allowing life and love to be just as they are, with all their ecstasy and ache, without trying to take control

When deeply understood and applied, these five simple concepts – what Richo calls the five A’s – form the basis of mature love. They help us to move away from judgment, fear, and blame to a position of openness, compassion, and realism about life and relationships. By giving and receiving these five A’s, relationships become deeper and more meaningful, and they become a ground for personal transformation.

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Podcast Ep. 149: Let’s Talk About Emotional Needs


Shaming ourselves for having needs is like shaming ourselves for breathing. Our needs are integral to our sense of wellbeing, and so in this week’s episode of The Baggage Reclaim Sessions, I delve into what needs are, signs that they’re not being met, and why we can’t outsource our needs to everyone else.

Subscribe on Apple Podcasts | Soundcloud | Android

Some nuggets from the episode:

  • Shaming us about having needs is like shaming us about breathing.
  • All of us have the same needs, just to varying degrees. Our backstory, personality, characteristics, resources, circumstances and level of abundance affect determine which needs are more pressing.
  • Emotional needs: how well our needs are being met are reflected in our sense of being.

You are your primary caregiver. You meet your needs via the way you treat and regard you, as well as with the choices you’re making. 

  • Many people see needs as something that we ‘get’ from people. This is how we get into ‘get mode’: treating people like a means to an end. 
  • Emotional needs — certain things that we need to be, do and have in order to sustain ourselves and thrive.
  • If we ignore our feelings, we’re ignoring our needs. We’re ignoring vital information that communicates how to take care of ourselves and what’s going on in our inner world. 

All of our needs filter back to our fundamental necessity to live our lives from a place of love, care, trust and respect. 

  • How do you know if your needs are being met whether it’s you or with someone else? You feel safe, happy, content, calm, loved, alert, grateful, and basically lots of restorative feelings.
  • How do you know if your needs are not being met? You feel anxious, sad, resentful, fearful, angry, frustrated, tired, lonely and possibly other emotions specifically related to the need.
  • If you’re spending your time, energy, efforts and emotions with people who you share core values with, you experience compatibility. Your emotional needs being met. 

If we don’t share core values where it counts, our emotional needs will not be met. 

  • When we’re in ‘get’ or ‘avoid’ mode, we’re often prepared to allow ourselves to be used if it means that we will get what we want out of the situation. And, of course, when we don’t, we feel shortchanged, resentful, etc. 
  • Utilising self-knowledge and self-awareness is crucial. When we experience feelings, we can feel them out to get a sense of their clues and also use emotional intelligence from having paid attention to us in the past. 

People pleasing is our covert attempt to meet our emotional needs.

  • Instead of being direct, we people-please by being a Good Girl/Good Boy in the hopes that the person will feel obliged to give us what we need. 
  • We attach ourselves to narcissists because we’re trying to catch self-worth.
  • When one or a few needs eclipse all others, you will get out of alignment. You will, ironically, neglect your need. 
  • We can’t feel safe and secure and have a sense of belonging around people that we feel as if we’re continuously lying to in some way, shape or form.
  • When we’re intense about our needs, it’s because, on some level, we sense that this person or relationship can’t meet our needs. Or, we’re not being honest about who we are and what we need, or we’re trying to take a shortcut.

Our relationships offer a window into understanding our needs.

  • If you accept a relationship or situation that’s at a lesser standard than what you need, you are going to feel hungry and unfulfilled.
  • You’re only going to feel like a ‘drama queen’ if you keep going against yourself or acting out to let people know that you have needs.

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IGI-Certified 14k Gold Classic Round-Cut Diamond Engagement Ring (1.0 carat, H-I Color, SI1-SI2 Clarity)


The round-shaped diamond is one of the most popular stone shapes with its stunning radiance and 360 degree symmetry. This stunning stone creates a classic solitaire setting on the Certified 18k Gold Classic Round Cut Engagement Ring. Whether she prefers warm yellow gold hues or the bright white gold finish this ring will create a timeless symbol of your love. The featured diamond stone is graded with H-I color and slightly included with SI1-SI2 clarity. The stone holds 1 carat in weight. It is safely secured by a 4-prong basket setting.

Product Features

  • Classic wedding band in 14k gold featuring round diamond in four-prong setting at center
    IGI-certified jewelry has been assessed and authenticated by the International Gemological Institute’s expert gemologists.
    All our diamond suppliers confirm that they comply with the Kimberley Process to ensure that their diamonds are conflict free.

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10k White Gold Diamond Engagement Ring (1/4 cttw), Size 7


A simple and delicate symbol of everlasting love, this ring doesn’t disappoint! A round-cut diamond is front and center atop a cushion-shaped stage with even more diamonds outlining the center and on each shoulder, all totaling 1/4 ct. Your beloved is sure to say yes with this elegant 10K white gold ring that helps her shine even brighter. Ring face measures 3/16 by 7/16 Inches.

Product Features

  • 10k white gold classic white diamond engagement ring
  • In ring size 7
  • All our diamond suppliers confirm that they comply with the Kimberley Process to ensure that their diamonds are conflict free.
  • Carat weight listed is the total for all stones
  • Great for everyday wear.
  • Imported

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PÜR Pressed Mineral Makeup Foundation with SPF 15, Blush Medium, 0.28 Ounce.


Our 4-in-1 Pressed Mineral Powder Foundation gives you the flawless mineral coverage you expect from PÜR with groundbreaking skincare ingredients built into our award-winning formula. Our powder foundation is adored worldwide for its lightweight feel and no-mess, no-stress application. This all-in-one foundation, concealer, powder and SPF 15 has been clinically proven to correct, prevent and interrupt your biggest skin concerns – even after the makeup comes off! That’s pretty smart beauty.

Product Features

  • 4-in-1 – This all in one foundation, concealer, powder and SPF 15 has been clinically proven to correct, prevent and interrupt your biggest skin concerns
  • SPF 15 – Blocks 93% of UVB rays that cause aging and discoloration
  • Flawless Finish – Lighten up dark spots and uneven skin tone with botanical extracts from Waltheria leaves and vitamin B3
  • Buildable Coverage – Light weight formula allows you to build up to your desired coverage

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Relavel Travel Makeup Bag Makeup Train Case Cosmetic Storage Box Brush Organizer Professional Makeup Artist Travel Case with Adjustable Compartment Elastic Band for Trolley Case (Gray)


-Elastic band, can be fixed on the trolley case when travelling.
– With two-way zipper and Top-grade Oxford Fabric , top-grade plastic cover.
– Adjustable dividers, design your own compartments.
– Sturdy top handle make it easy to carry.
– Multiple pockets and slots for all kind of brushes.
– Easy to Clean: Black Foamed oxford Insulate Lined for Easy Cleaning.
– Durable with water proof, shake proof, anti-wear and spill-proof interiors for long use.

Model: Travel Makeup Bag
Color: Gray
Material: Top-grade Oxford Fabric
Size: 10.3″ x 9″ x 3.6″ / 26cm*23cm*9cm (LxWxH)

Package includes:
1*Travel Makeup Bag

Note: Cosmetic accessories not included in this item.

Product Features

  • EASY TO CARRY WITH HANDLE AND ELASTIC BAND FOR TROLLEY CASE: The Travel Makeup Bag built in elastic band, can be fixed on the trolley case when travelling. With durable handle, easy to carry all cosmetics.
  • CONVENIENT TO USE ADJUSTABLE COMPARTMENTS: The Travel Makeup Bag with adjustable compartments, can be adjusted according to the size of the cosmetics. Keep all necessities tidy and orderly.
  • WATER RESISTANT HIGH QUALITY MATERIAL: The Travel Makeup Case was made of high-grade Oxford fabric, durable and long lasting. The fabric has been treated to water resistant, can effectively protect your cosmetics.
  • PROFESSIONAL MAKEUP BRUSH POSITIONS: The Travel Makeup Bag has a special brush storage location,very great for protective makeup brush to prevent damage. It have makeup brush covers keep makeup brushes and makeup case keep clean and easy to clean.
  • FINE WORKMANSHIP MULITIFUNCATIONAL: Double zipper closure, Fine stitching. It can use as makeup bag, jewelry bag, electronic bag, camera bag, essential oil bag, toiletry bag and so on.

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Sexually Transmitted Diseases: A Physician Tells You What You Need to Know (A Johns Hopkins Press Health Book)


Every year, millions of people are exposed to a sexually transmitted disease. And many people who are sexually active often worry about being infected. In her comprehensive guide to STDs, Dr. Lisa Marr tells readers everything they need to know about avoiding, preventing, and treating these diseases.

Complete and up-to-date, this book describes safer sex practices, testing protocols, and symptoms, and details commonly known treatments as well as significant recent medical advances―including new testing for the herpes virus, the vaccine against the human papilloma virus (HPV), and new discoveries about the effectiveness of spermicides and condoms. For each disease, Dr. Marr offers the latest Sexually Transmitted Disease Treatment Guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Forthright, compassionate, and practical, this guide is a trusted source of advice for anyone who is sexually active.

Product Features

  • Used Book in Good Condition

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