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Too Close to Me
|Author||: Dave Pelzer|
|Publsiher||: Rosetta Books|
|Total Pages||: 249|
|Genre||: Family & Relationships|
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The #1 New York Times–bestselling author and child abuse survivor reveals the challenges that he still faces as an adult, as a husband, and as a father. In the blockbuster autobiography A Child Called “It”, Dave Pelzer shared the story of his childhood—one of the most dramatic and extreme stories of child abuse ever prosecuted in the state of California. As a child, Pelzer was beaten, starved, and abused both emotionally and physically by his alcoholic and mentally unstable mother. As a man, Pelzer went on to have love, happiness, a fulfilling career, and a family of his own. To many, Pelzer seemed to have found his happy ending. But for a child abuse survivor, living a normal adult life carries challenges and complications above and beyond those faced by most people. This book, the fifth in Pelzer’s nonfiction series, provides an honest and courageous look at the difficulties inherent in marriage, parenthood, work, and life from the perspective of someone who survived horrific physical and emotional terrors as a child—and who seeks to meet the responsibilities and complications of adult life with love, strength, and an open heart.
International Code of Signals American Edition
|Author||: United States. Hydrographic Office|
|Total Pages||: 556|
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Acts of Literature
|Author||: Jacques Derrida|
|Total Pages||: 472|
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First published in 1992. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Stress And Emotion
|Author||: Charles D. Spielberger|
|Publsiher||: Taylor & Francis|
|Total Pages||: 300|
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"First Published in 1996, Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company."
Power of the Mind Living and Coping with Psychic Abilities Spiritual Gifts and Paranormal Information
|Author||: Renee Lloyd|
|Total Pages||: 75|
|Genre||: Body, Mind & Spirit|
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Living and coping with psychic abilities, spiritual gifts, and paranormal information
Classic Boxing Stories
|Author||: Paul D. Staudohar|
|Publsiher||: Simon and Schuster|
|Total Pages||: 336|
|Genre||: Sports & Recreation|
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Boxing has been a part of our history going back centuries. Whether it’s bare knuckle or the pay-per-view fights we see today, it has been a staple in our lives. In Classic Boxing Stories, Paul D. Staudohar has collected work from dozens of writers, telling stories about the sport that has been so important to them. With tales going back 100 years, you will be enthralled in the storytelling and moved by the characters who never quit. Included in this collection are stories from such famous writers as: O. Henry H. C. Winter Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Ring Lardner Jack London P. G. Wodehouse Octavus Roy Cohen And many more! Classic Boxing Stories shows the true grit of this tough and brutal sport. From knockouts to comebacks, these stories will show you why you fell in love with boxing and how this sport has lasted for so long. So tighten your gloves, put in your mouthpiece, and get ready to take on this # 1 contender!
Treating Self Destructive Behaviors in Trauma Survivors
|Author||: Lisa Ferentz|
|Total Pages||: 277|
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Treating Self-Destructive Behaviors in Trauma Survivors, 2nd ed, is a book for clinicians who specialize in helping trauma survivors and, during the course of treatment, find themselves unexpectedly confronted with client disclosures of self-destructive behaviors, including self-mutilation and other manifestations of deliberately "hurting the body" such as bingeing, purging, starving, substance abuse and other addictive behaviors. Arguing that standard safety contracts are not effective, renowned clinician Lisa Ferentz introduces viable treatment alternatives, assessment tools, and new ways of understanding self-destructive behavior using a strengths-based approach that distinguishes between the "experimental" non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI) that some teenagers occasionally engage in and the self-destructive behaviors that are repetitive and chronic. In the new edition, many of the treatment strategies are cross referenced to a useful workbook, giving therapists and clients concrete ways to integrate theory into practice. In addition, Ferentz emphasizes the importance of assessing for and strengthening clients' self-compassion, and explains how nurturing this idea cognitively, emotionally, and somatically can become the catalyst for motivation and change. The book also explores a cycle of behavior that clinicians can personalize and use as a template for treatment. In its final sections, the book focuses on counter-transferential responses and the different ways in which therapists can work with self-destructive behaviors and avoid vicarious traumatization by adopting tools and strategies for self-care. Treating Self-Destructive Behaviors in Trauma Survivors, 2nd ed, can be used on its own or in conjunction with the accompanying client-focused workbook, Letting Go of Self-Destructive Behaviors: A Workbook of Hope and Healing.
Restoring Mentalizing in Attachment Relationships
|Author||: Jon G. Allen|
|Publsiher||: American Psychiatric Pub|
|Total Pages||: 328|
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The essence of "plain old therapy," according to Jon G. Allen, is a mindful relationship between the patient and a trusted clinician who recognizes and understands the patient's trauma and connects with the nature and magnitude of his or her suffering. In Restoring Mentalizing in Attachment Relationships: Treating Trauma With Plain Old Therapy, Allen, a clinical psychologist with widely respected expertise in trauma, makes a research-based case for the virtues of the healing relationship created and nurtured through traditional psychotherapy. Though in recent years therapy has become just one of many treatment options for posttraumatic stress disorder and other trauma-related illnesses, the author argues that it remains the best. The book provides a conceptual framework for treating trauma patients and illuminates relationship factors that are empirically associated with positive outcomes. Patients who have suffered broken and dysfunctional attachments will benefit from its emphasis on trust, compassion, and true connection. Mental health clinicians of diverse theoretical orientations -- be they psychiatrists, psychologists, or social workers, in training or practice -- will benefit from its emphasis on what works, as will their patients.
The 1931 International Code of Signals
|Author||: Great Britain. Board of Trade|
|Total Pages||: 446|
|Genre||: Merchant marine|
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|Author||: Kim Lemke|
|Total Pages||: 440|
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Growing up in a large family, it is easy to get lost in the shuffle. Invisible takes you on a retrospective journey through life as seen through the distorted eyes of Samantha Wilton, a woman who struggles with Borderline Personality Disorder. What happens when a person with BPD is constantly challenged or disrespected? How much is too much, and what will the conniving mind of this deranged, seemingly normal person decide is justified? The book is a roller coaster of emotion and erratic thinking that will touch you in a way no other character ever has.
Anita Blake Vampire Hunter Collection 1 5
|Author||: Laurell K. Hamilton|
|Total Pages||: 336|
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A collection of the first five novels in Laurell K. Hamilton's New York Times bestselling Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter series. • Guilty Pleasures • The Laughing Corpse • Circus of the Damned • The Lunatic Cafe • Bloody Bones
Doc and the Princess
|Author||: David Siegle|
|Publsiher||: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc.|
|Total Pages||: 282|
|Genre||: Young Adult Fiction|
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After graduating from high school, Julie Copeland meets a young man, her age, at a Young Life teen camp in British Columbia, Canada. Their attraction for each other is instant and magical. Julie and her new friend Joe Sheldon (Doc) both feel that there is a mysterious bond between them that fuels passion and love. Painted against the magnificent, breathtaking beauty of the Princess Louisa Inlet, the Malibu Club is the perfect background setting for this innocent young love story, with a twist. Relationships among staff is taboo; therefore, Doc and Julie constantly have to risk their jobs in order to be together. This adventurous, comical, suspenseful story unfolds with anticipation and spiritual fulfillment. Young and old readers alike will enjoy this heartwarming story of Doc and the Princess, as the mystery between Doc and Julie unravels.
|Author||: Lauren Avenius|
|Publsiher||: Down & Out Books|
|Total Pages||: 232|
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“This splendid collection of border fiction is haunting and intense. Bravo to San Diego Sisters in Crime.” —T. Jefferson Parker, Edgar Award-winning author of The Last Good Guy Good stories start with characters crossing borders and finding themselves in worlds filled with hurt, harm, and danger. In Crossing Borders, the first anthology from Partners in Crime, the San Diego Chapter of Sisters in Crime, fifteen stories capture moments before, during and after characters cross borders and find themselves stumbling around strange lands that abound with saints, sinners, and monsters. Crossing Borders explores that liminal space—the place where people cross from not just from one place to another, like national boundaries, but the dividing line between life/death, stability/insanity, or innocence/guilt. This anthology contains stories that look at the duality of our lives, as we cross borders between people, values, and beliefs. Join us as we explore crossings, where a character, involved somehow in a crime, must pass over a border, literally or figuratively. As Rachel Howzell Hall says in our foreword: “Be prepared to hold your breath” as we enter that special space of crossing, transitioning, change, and death. Welcome to the border. Contributors: Lauren Avenius, Greta Boris, Pam Clark, Barbara DeMarco-Barrett, Cornelia Feye, Cheryl Garrett, B. J. Graf, S.J. Haworth, Kim Keeline, Kathy Krevat, Melinda Loomis, Gerald Martin, Jo Perry, Barrie Summy, and Carl Vonderau.
Walking Amid Spanish Lights
|Author||: Walter Glover, MTS|
|Publsiher||: Covenant Books, Inc.|
|Total Pages||: 402|
|Genre||: Sports & Recreation|
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Walter Glover's fall on Mount Rainier led to the discovery of three aneurysms in three separate body systems, a medical rarity. That persuaded the senior-citizen adventure author to abandon his worldwide quest to climb on all Seven Summit mountains. Repurposed by open-heart surgery, he reimagined his dream. Forget climbing famous mountains--hike long distances. Walter's first challenge, chronicled in this thrilling book, was 500 miles long (well, 492), trekking El Camino, The Way of Saint James, across Spain. Called The Way, it is named for Jesus' apostle, whose remains rest in a cathedral at the end of the journey. The most compelling story Walter tells is his own meeting with St. James at his cathedral, concerning his deceased brother. Glover fits into mobile Camino communities, befriending people from around the world, as he did on mountaineering expeditions he's written about. The final of four books of the retired hospital chaplain's popular Seven Mountain Story series, Camino recounts adventures of 40 days of 14-mile distances hiked from village to village with nights in hostels. He was among an estimated quarter-million pilgrims on Camino in 2014. The book's centerpieces are spirituality and adventure. Walter's altruistic reason to hike--raise money for children's wellness initiatives, almost $150,000. His writing and activism inspired kids to seniors. The ugly irony, the superhealthy adventurer now has a chronic disease--Parkinson's. Exercising now has significant limitations for Walter. His outlook, "My life continues vibrant, hopeful, and full of gratitude and light. I believe my best work is in front of me."
|Author||: Victor R. Preedy|
|Publsiher||: Springer Science & Business Media|
|Total Pages||: 325|
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Diet quality is a broad term that encapsulates both perceived and actual practices, personal preferences and cultural diversity. Measuring dietary quality can be problematic and includes investigating food types, the number or size of portions or their frequency. Diet quality may also be related to the type of food being ingested, snacking and other eating habits. Manufactured beverages and fast food may also be included as well as microbiological quality and attempts to improve single food items such as meats or vegetables. In this book, Diet Quality: An Evidence-Based Approach, Volume 1 all of the major facets of diet quality in relation to health outcomes are covered. This important new text includes methods for determining diet quality while adopting a holistic approach to impart information on the major areas of concern or knowledge. Chapters link in measurable indices of health such as obesity, pregnancy outcomes, cancer and cancer outcomes, and mortality. This book represents a diverse set of subject matters and seeks to fill a gap in the literature at a time when there is an increasing awareness that well being is associated with the qualitative nature of diets. Contributors are authors of international and national standing and emerging fields of science are incorporated. Diet Quality: An Evidence-Based Approach, Volume 1 is a useful new text designed for nutritionists, dietitians, clinicians, epidemiologist, policy makers and health care professionals of various disciplines.
|Author||: Michelle Rowen|
|Total Pages||: 353|
|Genre||: Juvenile Fiction|
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Samantha has just been kissed by the man of her dreams, but he is a demon who eats souls, when she meets Bishop, an angel, he promises to get her soul back.
The Emerging Self A Developmental Self And Object Relatio
|Author||: James F. Masterson, M.D.|
|Total Pages||: 340|
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First published in 1994. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.