Comfort Herself

Author by : Geraldine Kaye
Language : en
Publisher by : Heinemann Educational Publishers
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Description : One of a series of top-quality fiction for schools. When her mother is killed, Comfort goes to live with her grandparents in a village in Kent. She has settled happily, despite being the only black child in this community, when her father asks her to live with him in Ghana.


Finding Herself There

Author by : Melissa L. Ross
Language : en
Publisher by : Abbott Press
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Total Read : 63
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Description : Melissa L. Ross, author ofSurviving Crazy: A Roadmap to the Scars, continues to survive crazy in her second book,Finding Herself There. When Ross depression resurfaces, she resorts to electroconvulsive therapy to reclaim her sanity. With insight and humor, she shares her experiences in hopes to help other sufferers of mental illness not to feel so alone. Finding Herself Thereoffers a narrated journey of enlightenment rather than a continuation of her previous memoir. In this second book, Ross discusses her winding road of mental illness, the ECT treatments, and self-discovery. Relaying her opinions, thoughts, feelings, and beliefs, Ross tells how her experiences continue to expand her philosophical views on life, spirituality, and religion. InFinding Herself There, Ross presents her philosophy: We may feel like we are going around in circles in life, often ending up where we started, but we are never the same as when we began, because each experience we have, and each person we meet changes us in some way. Our journeys in life are not linear, but circular, as a winding road to truly knowing ourselves, as well as the world around us. On our journeys to finding ourselves, we also find each other.


Sleep Your Fat Away

Author by : Joy Martina
Language : en
Publisher by : Morgan James Publishing
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Total Read : 19
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Description : The secret key to losing weight easily! Train your brain and say goodbye to diets forever! You think losing weight is all about diet and exercise. You think: If only I could just stick to that diet, resist the carbs and exercise daily, I would lose weight! But I am too weak and dont have the willpower You are stuck in a vicious cycle, going from failed diets to bouts of secret indulgence, from deprivation to frustration! What you dont know: You are fighting a war against yourself and subconsciously setting yourself up for failure! Your subconscious mind rules how you think, react and eat. The good news is: You can train your brain to work for you, to automatically achieve weight loss for life! Sleep Your Fat away reveals: How to shrink your stomach and lose weight effortlessly. How to train your brain while you sleep and much more! Your personal coach at your bedside While you are sleeping, your subconscious mind receives seven hours of positive affirmations and empowering beliefs. It is the pain-free path to your ideal weight. The Authors Joy Martina is a Rapid Change Coach, founder of the Christallin Method, and trainer of weight-loss experts and an ex-carb and chocolate addict! Roy Martina, MD is the number one Holistic Thought Leader of Europe. Roy effortlessly lost forty pounds in six months and has kept his ideal weight since. Today the Martinas are healthy, happy, and slim and with Sleep Your Fat Away, you can be too.,


Trauma Loss And Bereavement

Author by : Gary W. Reece
Language : en
Publisher by : Wipf and Stock Publishers
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Total Read : 53
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File Size : 44,9 Mb
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Home In Hollywood

Author by : Elisabeth Bronfen
Language : en
Publisher by : Columbia University Press
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Total Read : 78
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Description : Who can forget Dorothy's quest for the great and powerful Oz as she tried to return to her beloved Kansas? She thought she needed a wizard's magic, only to discover that home—and the power to get there—had been with her all along. This engaging and provocative book proposes that Hollywood has created an imaginary cinematic geography filled with people and places we recognize and to which we are irresistibly drawn. Each viewing of a film stirs, in a very real and charismatic way, feelings of home, and the comfort of returning to films like familiar haunts is at the core of our nostalgic desire. Leading us on a journey through American film, Elisabeth Bronfen examines the different ways home is constructed in the development of cinematic narrative. Each chapter includes a close reading of such classic films as Fleming's The Wizard of Oz, Sirk's Imitation of Life, Burton's Batman Returns, Hitchcock's Rebecca, Ford's The Searchers, and Sayles's Lone Star.


Reuben And Rachel

Author by : Susanna Rowson
Language : en
Publisher by : Broadview Press
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Total Read : 40
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Description : Susanna Haswell Rowson, a popular and prolific writer, actress, and educator in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, had a truly transatlantic life and career, moving twice from England to America and publishing extensively in both countries. A transatlantic sensibility informs her fictionalized “history” of America, Reuben and Rachel, which traces ten generations of an extended family, beginning with the marriage of Christopher Columbus’s son to a native Peruvian princess, moving through the Tudor succession crises and the colonial settlement of New England, and ending with the title characters, who leave England for America, renounce titles of nobility, and consider their children “true-born Americans.” In Rowson’s representation, the American character derives from fusion and hybridity, the results of intermarriage across racial, religious and national lives.


Understanding Narcissism In Clinical Practice

Author by : Victoria Graham Fuller
Language : en
Publisher by : Karnac Books
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Description : Understanding Narcissism in Clinical Practice is a new volume in the eagerly anticipated clinical practice monograph series from the Society of Analytical Psychology. Aimed primarily at trainees on psychotherapy and psychodynamic counselling courses, these compact editions will be invaluable to all who wish to learn the basics of major psychoanalytic theories from an integrated viewpoint. The authors are Jungian analysts trained at the SAP; highly experienced in both theory and practice.Narcissism is one of the most important contributions of psychoanalysis, as well as one of the most confusing. This monograph presents the clinical condition of narcissistic disorder in a clear, concise and easy-to-read style. The myth of Narcissus, from where the term 'narcissism' originates, is presented and discussed. Several brief case studies, plus one in-depth, illustrate the manifestations of narcissistic disorder that are detailed throughout. The book ends with a summary of the leading theories that have evolved since Freud and takes an intriguing look at the narcissistic traits in Jung's personality and the impact these had on his life and work.This is an engaging and thorough introduction to the concept of narcissism-an essential addition to your analytic library.