Honey in Your Heart

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An Inspirational Guide to the Sweet Things in Life

A perfect little gift for you or your loved ones that is filled with positive words of encouragement. Learn to see the beauty in simplicity and to celebrate each day with gratitude.

Honey is sweet, and sometimes we need a spoonful of it in our life. In this delightful, beautifully illustrated gift book, Mary Anne Radmacher shares the many ways we can add honey to our daily lives, celebrating the good things around us and in each other. This personal dose of sweetness reminds you to celebrate the little things in life with happiness and thankfulness.

Stop and capture the moment. Life can get overwhelming, and sometimes we forget to stop and breathe in the moment. It isn’t always easy to do, but Honey in Your Heart helps you do just that. An uplifting book both for your mental health and emotional wellbeing, Mary Anne Radmacher's inspirational guide includes:

  • Original four-color lettering and art
  • Motivational quotes
  • Uplifting poetry
  • Aphorisms about the good things in life

Honey in Your Heart connects you to your own rich and poignant daily experiences. Radmacher's lively original art and signature lettering make this book a keepsake and a sweet and perfect gift for any occasion.

If you enjoyed books like Good Days Start With GratitudeWreck This Journal, or Present, Not Perfect; then you’ll love Honey in Your Heart.

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Brain Fitness for Women

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Women’s Guide for Keeping a Sharp Mind

The female brain. The differences between men and women go well beyond the surface, and the brain is no exception to this. Scientists and researchers are continually learning about the phenomenon of women’s brains. Health and science writer Sondra Kornblatt brings to readers the latest scientific studies about how women’s brains and brain memory work.

The importance of caring for your mind. Our brains are affected and shaped by a multitude of things, from our environment to the foods we eat to hormones. Because of this, it is imperative that women are conscious of how their daily habits are affecting them. Caring for our minds is important at all stages of our lives, but it becomes especially important as we age.

Fitness in all areas of your life. With experience in counseling, hypnosis, coaching, yoga, neuro-linguistic programming and more, Kornblatt is an experienced and knowledgeable source for learning and growing. By recognizing the diversity of forces that influence the female brain, Kornblatt enables readers to be proactive in caring for their brain. Whether it’s what we eat to how we use our computer, brain fitness practices can be incorporated into every aspect of our lives.

Read Brain Fitness for Women: Keeping Your Head Clear and Your Mind Sharp at Any Age by Sondra Kornblatt and discover…

  • Tips and fun facts that will keep women entertained and their brains sharp
  • Engaging and informative chapters such as “The Electronics on the Brain: One Second, I Just Need to See This Text” and “The Aging Brain: Did I Read This Already?”
  • Advice from an author of four health books, certified in neuro-linguistic programming

Readers of books such as 2 Weeks to a Younger Brain,The Female Brain, or Keep Your Brain Alive will love Sondra Kornblatt’s Brain Fitness for Women.

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When You Think You're Not Enough

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Who Better to Love You Than You?

It’s time to stop feeling like we’re not enough. We’re either too fat or too thin. We're not good enough, pretty enough, popular enough, powerful enough, bold enough, brave enough, interesting enough... The solution? More self-love.

Know yourself. Bestselling author and psychotherapist, Daphne Rose Kingma, offers a four-step plan to reclaim and love ourselves. Complete with stories and examples to drown out the inner critic, When You Think You’re Not Enough sets out to remind us that we’re more than enough.

Be nice to yourself. If we’re being honest, we don’t take ourselves much into consideration. Acceptance, appreciation, respect, compassion… we reserve these virtues for others. Daphne reminds us that we need these to feel good too. It is only after we foster these in ourselves that we can apply it to a greater purpose.

Inside, she’ll encourage you to love who you are, and look at and let go of:

  • Self-deprecating behaviors and beliefs
  • Old patterns and pressures
  • Imaginary ideals and standards

If you’re ready to start loving yourself, and enjoyed books like, I Thought It Was Just Me (but it isn't)More Than Enough, or You Are Enough, then you’ll love When You Think You're Not Enough.

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The 12 Secrets of Highly Creative Women

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Secrets of How Highly Creative Women Succeed

Creativity was identified in a survey of 1,500 CEO’s to be the key leadership skill of the 21st century.

Here is your ticket to becoming the highly creative woman success story you long to be. From the popular creative coach Gail McMeekin, founder of Creative Success LLC with clients all over the world, and author of this bestselling The 12 Secrets of Highly Creative Women, comes advice about the specific challenges in life that creative women face today. This book has helped hundreds of thousands of women break through creative blocks to realize their dreams of great success.

Become CEO of your own life and start designing it. The 12 Secrets of Highly Creative Women explores the profiles of 45 of today's most successful women, combining their insights with Gail’s own proven success strategies to help you transcend your "blocks" and succeed. Each chapter offers the 12 secrets, keys, and challenges to help women work through their creative process. Together they offer an inspirational roadmap, providing all the tools women need to uncover their own authenticity and realize their creative dreams.

Uncover hundreds of examples of how creative women entrepreneurs and business leaders have used proven strategies as a road to success in life. Discover your life purpose and your values:

  • Dismantle limiting beliefs
  • Take positive and calculated risks
  • Make career changes fueled by passion and purpose
  • "Filter and Focus" to give creative ideas time and space to evolve
  • Prioritize
  • Overcome procrastination
  • Declutter and create workable workspaces
  • Find resources and support

If you are a fan of Gail McMeekin’s other books The 12 Secrets of Highly Creative Women JournalThe 12 Secrets of Highly Successful Women, and The Power of Positive Choices; or have read books such as Conscious CreativityAwakening Your Creative Soul, or The 30-Day Creativity Challenge; you should read Gail McMeekin's The 12 Secrets of Highly Creative Women.

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The 12 Secrets of Highly Creative Women Journal

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Journal Your Way to Becoming a Highly Creative and Successful Woman

The perfect companion to Gail McMeekin's popular The 12 Secrets of Highly Creative Women.

Creativity was identified in a survey of 1,500 CEO’s to be the key leadership skill of the 21st century. This journal offers a place to track and record your progress toward becoming your own highly creative woman success story. It follows the format of the original The 12 Secrets of Highly Creative Women, highlighting the 12 Secrets, Keys, and Challenges of each chapter with prompts and inspirational quotes to motivate you to pursue your creative life. The 12 Secrets of Highly Creative Women Journal features original material organized into an advanced creativeness program to deepen your creativity and get you into action on your goals with new insights and success strategies.

Use this journal to help you to discover your creative purpose and your values. Learn to:

  • Dismantle limiting beliefs
  • Take positive and calculated risks
  • Make career changes fueled by passion and purpose
  • "Filter and Focus" to give creative ideas time and space to evolve
  • Prioritize
  • Overcome procrastination
  • Declutter and create workable workspaces
  • Find resources and support

    Journalers who have worked with top-sellers such as Becoming: A Guided Journal for Discovering Your VoiceStart Where You Are, or This Year I Will…, will love Gail McMeekin’s The 12 Secrets of Highly Creative Women Journal.

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Addiction & Grief

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Emotional Recovery From Addiction

Authentic recovery is more than an attitude. It is based on emotional work that involves an honest appraisal of one's life. It is through dealing with unresolved feelings of grief and anger that one can truly heal from addiction.

The emotional “bottom” of recovery. Just as one needs to hit bottom with drinking or using in order to begin recovery, eventually one will also hit an emotional “bottom” of fear, anger, and grief. And recovery can only start by first understanding how, when, and where those emotions took control. Author Barb Rogers challenges readers in recovery to investigate the unresolved grief and loss in their lives and helps readers navigate the impacts of those emotions—emotions that can lead back to using if not resolved.

Finding healing and happiness. Recovery from addictions involves more than getting sober. It involves finding happiness, which can only happen if the emotional work is done as well. Negative emotions have the ability to weigh on us and influence both our decisions and the way we handle life’s challenges. If we continue to live with fear, anger, and grief, we aren’t really free from our addictions. The steps to recovery—authentic and complete recovery—involve healing from the deeper issues in our life. Learn more about:

  • The emotional healing that goes hand-in-hand with addiction recovery
  • Dealing with grief and resolving underlying issues
  • How to find happiness after getting sober

If you learned from books like This Naked MindRewiredThe Mindfulness Workbook for Addiction, or A Gentle Path Through the Twelve Steps, then you’ll want to read Addiction & Grief.

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A Grateful Heart

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Celebrate the Human Experience by Giving Thanks at Mealtime. Try It!

Count your blessings. Today there is a deep hunger for connection with ourselves, with nature, and with the process of birth and death itself says life coach and author M. J. Ryan, creator of the New York Times best-selling Random Acts of Kindness series. What her book, A Grateful Heart, is offering from a wide variety of spiritual disciplines and secular perspectives, is a way of satisfying that hunger by setting aside time before we eat to acknowledge the blessings in our lives. When we give thanks, we take our place in the great wheel of life, recognizing our connection to one another and to all of creation.

Choose from 365 blessings and give thanks. A Grateful Heart is a tool to help readers reclaim and enrich the tradition of pausing before the evening meal to give thanks. Drawing from a range of religious and cultural practices, the 365 blessings in this book celebrate friendship, love, peace, reconciliation, the body, nature, joy, and appreciation of the moment. This illustrated feast for the mind includes quotations from Martin Luther King Jr., Thich Nhat Hanh, Gandhi, Rumi, Mother Teresa, Helen Keller, Denise Levertov, the Bible, and the Tao Te Ching.

M. J. Ryan wrote A Grateful Heart to encourage families to share the experience of being part of something greater than themselves. With that in mind, the book includes 365 traditional and nontraditional blessings organized into four sections corresponding to the seasons.

Experience the blessings in A Grateful Heart in a variety of ways:

  • Just open it and begin reading one-a-day in the order given
  • Use the index to pick and choose topics of interest that day
  • Open at random and read what is offered

If you have benefited from books such as Earth Prayers, M. J. Ryan’s Attitudes of Gratitude, Don Miguel Ruiz’s Prayers, June Cotner’s Graces, or Marcia M. Kelly’s 100 Graces; you and your family will love M. J. Ryan’s A Grateful Heart.

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Breast Cancer

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A Fully Integrative Approach to Breast Cancer

Your roadmap for facing breast cancer. While recovery and survival rates for breast cancer have improved, the shock and confusion that comes with a diagnosis remains overwhelming, as does choosing a plan of treatment. With so many options out there, each one backed by experts claiming it to be the best, it’s difficult to know the best option for you. This is where an integrated approach comes in, and Greg Anderson, founder of the Cancer Recovery Foundation, is here to help.

A combination of healing tactics. In utilizing a variety of tools for healing, you maximize opportunity for healing. As someone who has been a cancer patient himself, Anderson knows the feeling of being overwhelmed by the possibilities. Because of this, he helps readers form a plan that combines the best of the best: nutrition, exercise, mind/body approaches, and social support along with conventional medical care.

Implement a recovery plan. As a recognized pioneer in the field of integrated cancer care, Anderson offers critical information and advice to readers about the major issues they will face as a patient following a breast cancer diagnosis. Knowing the uncertainty that accompanies the journey, Anderson doesn’t just offer his readers advice, he guides them toward making a concrete, comprehensive recovery plan.

Read Breast Cancer: 50 Essential Things to Do by Greg Anderson and discover:

  • A guide to health and healing from one of the world’s leading wellness authorities
  • An approach to recovery that calls into question Western medicine’s tendency to overtreat
  • Advice for cultivating physical, emotional, and spiritual health

Readers of books such as Dr. Susan Love's Breast BookRadical Remission, and Heal Breast Cancer Naturally will find a further source of hope and healing in Breast Cancer: 50 Essential Things to Do.

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Going Places

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No Matter Where You Travel, Be Inspired to Live Your Life To The Very Best

Inspired by Dr. Seuss' Oh! The Places You’ll Go! Mina Parker encourages you to step into the wonderful pages of Going Places and discover the inspiration and beauty in the phases of your life.

Starting college, moving to a new city? Going Places is filled with humor, fun, and motivational quotes to encourage the first steps, and to remind you that the journey is in the destination. There is bravery in the unknown, and sometimes, not knowing is the beauty of adventure.

Inspirational quotes. Get inspiring quotes from Isadora Duncan, Ezra Pound, Dr. Seuss, Thomas Edison, and many others. With an abundance of wisdom for every situation, you’ll find the confidence to pursue the life you want to live and make your dreams a reality. Going Places offers:

  • Lush and evocative photographs to inspire the adventurer in you
  • Daily affirmations of courage across a variety of situations
  • An intimate insight into yourself and your happiness

If you enjoyed books that awakened the adventurer in you like Whatever You Are Be a Good OnePositive Thinking, or Wonderful You!─ you’ll love Going Places.

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Moms to Moms

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Being a mom is one of the hardest and most important jobs a woman can have. Being a mom in recovery is even more challenging.

In Moms to Moms, counselor Barbara Joy shares the stories, advice, and inspiration from more than 60 mothers in recovery from across the United States who have struggled with addiction. These are women of all ages, races, and religious affiliations who candidly share their experiences: the challenges of being a mom in recovery, the values they want to teach their children, and their fears, struggles, and accomplishments.

This is a book that offers help and hope to busy, stressed out moms in recovery/ a book they can turn to again and again to find inspiration, comfort, and advice. Joy offers evaluation tools and strategies for positive parenting, journaling activities for reflections, and affirmations designed to relieve stress and reinforce positive behavior.

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Healing Your Hungry Heart

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Comprehensive and Effective Recovery Program for Women with Eating Disorders

A resource to help you overcome the struggle of emotional eating, realize your self-worth, and live the life you deserve.

One in five women suffer from eating disorders. While this issue is primarily associated with teenage girls, doctors report that a growing number of women are also developing these disorders later in life or have hidden these problems for years. For women in their thirties, forties, fifties, and beyond, issues of loss from divorce, death, empty nest syndrome, marriage, and career pressures can trigger an eating disorder.

Eating disorder self-help. You might find yourself juggling careers, marriages, and families, all while struggling with eating disorders for years. Healing Your Hungry Heart is that friend you can lean on. Psychotherapist Joanna Poppink offers a comprehensive and effective recovery program for women with eating disorders, based on her thirty-year professional practice treating adults with anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating. She shares her personal struggles with you about bulimia, along with stories from a wide range of clients she has counseled and a step-by-step program that identifies:

  • Early warning signs
  • Challenges to early recovery
  • Triggers to emotional eating
  • Impact on sex life and family relationships

Real solutions. This psychotherapist's program includes journaling, meditations, exercises, quizzes, and resources to support and speed the recovery process. For women struggling with emotional eating, this book offers hope, understanding, and real solutions.

If you tried books like You Can Drop ItIntuitive Eating, or Atomic Habits, then you’ll want to read Healing Your Hungry Heart.

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Us!

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Celebrate the Ultimate Gift of Friendship

A book full of inspirational quotes and words of encouragement to help you appreciate your wonderful circle of friends.

Friends build us up. They make us stronger, smarter, and better. In this delightful, beautifully illustrated gift book; writer, artist, and friend extraordinaire Mary Anne Radmacher shares the many ways we celebrate each other.

Life-changing words. Discover the special talent that Radmacher has to change lives with her words. Read this extraordinarily touching book which includes an abundance of:

  • Motivational quotes
  • Poetry
  • Aphorisms about the importance of friendship

The perfect gift for friends or yourself. With original four-color lettering, art and design, Mary Anne offers a funny, sweet, and perfect book for any occasion. "When we have a circle of friends, we have more fun. We get more done, we feel and are stronger, and we really do celebrate the power of our 'us.'" Says Mary Anne Radmacher.

If you enjoyed books like The Art of Showing UpHow To Win Friends and Influence People, or Dare to Lead then you’ll want to read Mary Anne Radmacher's Us!

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Walking on Air

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For readers looking to lose weight, get healthy, or simply break free from a "spincycle" lifestyle, this book is exactly the catalyst they need to make the change. Holistic life coach, popular motivational speaker, and frequent guest on George Noory's nationally syndicated "Coast to Coast," Susan Smith Jones offers 30 days of changes that will jumpstart vibrant physical health and get readers feeling more satisfied and spiritually whole.

In this complete updating of her 1980s bestseller Choose to Live Peacefully, Smith Jones shares the simple lessons she has used to help thousands of clients make remarkable transformations in their health and happiness. Each chapter offers specific recommendations such as:
    choosing colorful, rejuvenating, whole foods
  • simplifying one's surroundings
  • practicing surrender
  • sticking with whatever works to get exercise every day
  • honoring intuition
  • opening oneself up to abundance
  • mastering the art of selfdiscipline
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Smith Jones serves as both astute coach and caring friend as she walks readers through 30 days of changes, to show them how to live a happier and more balanced life, day by opportunityfilled day.

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Peace a Day at a Time

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A Meditation-A-Day to Aid the Addiction 12-Step Recovery Process

Help in staying centered and finding inner peace. Karen Casey’s daily meditation book Peace a Day at a Time offers 365 reminders to help strengthen those traveling the path to recovery from addiction. In this powerful set of daily reminders, Karen draws from her bestselling Each Day a New Beginning, which has helped millions recovering from addiction.

Grow stronger every day with this classic meditation-a-day book. Karen Casey's daily meditation books have guided millions through their recovery and their daily lives, providing serenity and a happier more peaceful life. She has written eloquently about almost every facet of recovery and how to live a sober, balanced life by trying to live in the present, one day at a time. Peace a Day at a Time offers a meditation for every day of the year, opening with a quote and following with a brief essay and a takeaway message. This beautiful book is your powerful set of daily reminders on how to stay centered and find inner peace. Karen also provides a companion index with key theme words to reference any issue you may be struggling with.

In Peace a Day at a Time learn to:

  • Pay attention and listening to your inner voice
  • Avoid drama and to let go of blame
  • Stop living from crisis to crisis
  • Cope with fear, sorrow, anger, and pain
  • Embrace change
  • Practice kindness, joy, hope, and acceptance

If you have been aided by books such as The Language of Letting GoThe Road Back to You, or Let Go Now; then Peace a Day At a Time can help you heal.

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Still Standing

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Stories That Heal You and the Hard Times That Don't Kill You

Bucky Sinister a recovered alcoholic and veteran of the punk rock and spoken word scene, brings the stories from the trenches about how to get sober, stay sober, and live sober.

Beyond the 12-step guide. Still Standing brings you the stories from the misfits, freaks, and weirdos that have come to recovery from a variety of backgrounds including tattoo artists, bartenders, musicians, and flight attendants to help answer the What Now? Question of living sober. Using a mixture of poetic reflection, autobiography and philosophy, Bucky Sinister turns this beyond the 12-step guide into a manual that helps unpack the mind when it’s overly packed.

Stories heal. Bucky Sinister knows all too well the power that words contain. Sober since February 19th, 2002, he’s traveled near and far to bring tales from the trenches about the ups and downs to truly living sober.

If you enjoyed books like Codependent No MoreDrop the Rock, or High Achiever, you’ll love Still Standing.

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The Complete Handbook of Quantum Healing (First Edition)

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This book brings together two seemingly disparate worldsthe world of hard, evidencebased science and the world of experientiallybased healing to provide a multipronged approach to self-healing ailments. The AtoZ format makes reference easy.

For each of over 100 heath issues, you'll find seven healing options that can help readers activate their inner healing resources ranging from food and dietary strategies to powerful meditation techniques and from timetested flower essences to ways of invoking "power animals." For some ailments, readers may need just one option, for others, two or three, and sometimes all seven approaches as they try to deal with difficult problems to achieve longterm relief.

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The Joy Factor

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Holistic Health for the Mind and Body

“This combination book/workbook is sure to be a welcome companion to anyone seeking to bring vitality and radiant health into their lives.”—Neal Barnard, founder and president, Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine

The Joy Factor explores the mind-body connection of holistic health in a way that anyone can understand. With simple, easy-to-implement practices, you’ll be looking—and feeling—healthier in no time. 

Mind your mind to mind your body. Have you ever been physically fine but felt bad all the same? A pioneer of the mind-body-spirit approach to wellness, author Susan Smith Jones knows that health starts with your heart—and not your physical one. A positive mindset and a spirit of gratitude sets the groundwork for a more holistic healing of both the body and the mind. Illuminated through sacred practices like breathwork, visualizations, community work, and more, discover a sense of wonder and a youthful zest for life—no matter your age. 

Embrace holistic health in everyday life choices. Discover the benefits of eating a plant-based, whole food diet and how easily exercise becomes a part of your daily routine when you find activities you love to do. After all, it’s the simple things we do for ourselves and our community every day that make us glow with good health—it’s not "all about me"; it’s about how “me” meets the world.

Inside The Joy Factor, discover:

  • Recipes, tips, and tricks for healing with food through plant-based and whole foods
  • An herbal medicine guide with recipes and explanations of natural remedies
  • How to keep a healthy, vibrant, and youthful mindset through meditations, prayer practice, and more

If you like holistic health books like Radical Longevity, The Mindbody Prescription, or Eat to Beat Disease, you’ll love The Joy Factor.

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Stick-To-It-Iveness

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"Sticktoitiveness is a funny word," Addie Johnson writes in the introduction of this small profound volume. "Some might say it's not even a real word, but it speaks for itself." In her winsome, quirky, inspirational style, Johnson shares ideas that inspire us to make light of the hard work of achieving our dreams. This is a book that attests to the power of a little bit at a time. There's a simple key to accomplishing our wildest dreamsa secret, hidden in plain viewsticking to it.
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