It Hurts You Inside

It Hurts You Inside

Author by : Tina Hyder
Language : en
Publisher by : Jessica Kingsley Publishers
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Total Read : 18
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Description : This was the first publication to give young children's' views and experiences of smacking. A total of 76 children took part in the consultations, ranging in age from four to seven years, and from several ethnic and cultural backgrounds. Among other things, they were asked to define smacking, how it feels to be smacked and why they thought adults smacked children.


Inside The Walls Of Butner Prison

Inside The Walls Of Butner Prison

Author by : JoAnne DeWitt
Language : en
Publisher by : Xlibris Corporation
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Total Read : 18
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Description : JoAnne DeWitt is a writer and a teacher of writing. Her first publication was in her local newspaper in Darlington, S. C. and told the story of her fifth grade class going to Columbia and meeting Governor Strom Thurmond. Since this beginning she has been published in several newspapers, professional journals, and magazines in her current state of North Carolina. Education is the topic of most of these writings. She has also published two non-fiction books. JoAnne has taught students to write in high school and university. Her writing classes use journals to stimulate their thoughts and prepare them for publication. Inside the Walls of Butner Prison is a collection of the writings of her class in creative writing at the Butner Federal Prison in North Carolina. In her teaching she encouraged the inmates to write their beliefs and their observations of their world. The essays and poetry include love, family, current events and philosophy. Inside the Walls of Butner Prison answers many questions that we would ask if we could visit the inmates. Are our schools educating our students ? How does our education system company compare with other countries ? Would year round school raise our students test scores and intelligence ? Are inmates given any opportunities to improve their lives in prison ? What are the reasons for judges sending young men to Butner? Does family life, or lack of it, cause young men to go down the wrong path? Read the inmates' writings and find their answers.


Soap The Inside Story Of The Sitcom That Broke All The Rules

Soap The Inside Story Of The Sitcom That Broke All The Rules

Author by : A.S. Berman
Language : en
Publisher by : BearManor Media
Format Available : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Total Read : 76
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Description : This is the story of two sisters, Jessica Tate and Mary Campbell, and the world that their two families made. From its tumultuous beginnings in 1977 to its end by firing squad, onscreen and off, Soap was as passionate and controversial as the times in which it was made. During its four-year run, it tackled the subjects of sex, death, depression, infidelity, family, and the absurdities of the human condition, all with a wit and gentleness never before seen on American screens. Throughout that time, a vocal minority hounded the sitcom and its parent network, ABC, over its perceived irreverence toward the mores of a declining generation, even as the real world was convulsed by terrorism, energy crises and fallout from the Vietnam conflict and Watergate. Though continued pressures from these groups would bring about an early end to the series, its cast and crew would go on to change the face of American entertainment, earning Soap an enduring place in American culture. Go behind the scenes of the making of this classic show, from the producers’ battles with network censors over an earlier series to the creation of enduring story lines, such as the death of Peter Campbell and Corinne and Tim’s devil baby. Based on interviews with nearly thirty members of the cast and crew, including creator Susan Harris, Katherine Helmond (Jessica) and directors Jay Sandrich and J. D. Lobue, and awash with extensive examination of every episode. Discover the answer to the question of what really led to the series’ premature demise.


Self Talk Soul Talk

Self Talk Soul Talk

Author by : Jennifer Rothschild
Language : en
Publisher by : Harvest House Publishers
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Total Read : 29
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Description : Words are powerful, and what a woman says to herself makes a difference. These words are what Rothschild refers to as "soul talk." She shares from her own life and Scripture how women can turn their self images and lives around for good.


Tell Me Where It Hurts

Tell Me Where It Hurts

Author by : Nick Trout
Language : en
Publisher by : Hachette UK
Format Available : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Total Read : 41
Total Download : 147
File Size : 43,7 Mb
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Description : It's 2:47am when Dr Nick Trout, a British vet working in Boston, USA, is abruptly woken and called in to the Angell Memorial Animal Hospital to see if he can save the life of Sage, a ten year-old German Shephard with a critical stomach condition. The case is severe, the outlook bleak, and Dr Trout is her only chance. So begins an intimate and exhilarating journey into a typical day in a far from typical job. TELL ME WHERE IT HURTS takes the reader to the heart of the trials and tribulations of life as a veterinary surgeon, a life filled with heartbreak, triumph, anxiety, and of course, cuddly pets and their variously crazy, desperate, and demanding owners. The day's events come alive with Trout's breezy and companionable narration, and while he illustrates many of the issues pertinent to 21st century pet medicine, at its heart, the book reminds us that while the technology may have moved on from James Herriot's day, the essential characters, humour, and humanity remain the same as ever.


There S Power Inside Of A Woman

There S Power Inside Of A Woman

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Language : en
Publisher by : Dorrance Publishing
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Total Read : 90
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Loving Music Till It Hurts

Loving Music Till It Hurts

Author by : William Cheng
Language : en
Publisher by : Oxford University Press
Format Available : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Total Read : 92
Total Download : 808
File Size : 49,5 Mb
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Description : Can music feel pain? Do songs possess dignity? Do symphonies have rights? Of course not, you might say. Yet think of how we anthropomorphize music, not least when we believe it has been somehow mistreated. A singer butchered or mangled the "Star-Spangled Banner" at the Super Bowl. An underrehearsed cover band made a mockery of Led Zeppelin's classics. An orchestra didn't quite do justice to Mozart's Requiem. Such lively language upholds music as a sentient companion susceptible to injury and in need of fierce protection. There's nothing wrong with the human instinct to safeguard beloved music . . . except, perhaps, when this instinct leads us to hurt or neglect fellow human beings in turn: say, by heaping outsized shame upon those who seem to do music wrong; or by rushing to defend a conductor's beautiful recordings while failing to defend the multiple victims who have accused this maestro of sexual assault. Loving Music Till It Hurts is a capacious exploration of how people's head-over-heels attachments to music can variously align or conflict with agendas of social justice. How do we respond when loving music and loving people appear to clash?


More Than It Hurts You

More Than It Hurts You

Author by : Darin Strauss
Language : en
Publisher by : Atlantic Books Ltd
Format Available : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Total Read : 39
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Description : Will this hurt me...more than it hurts you? Josh and Dori Goldin are the perfect couple. And they have a perfect baby boy: he is eight months old, he has blue eyes and tawny hair, and no, he hasn't started to talk yet. And he doesn't react to his name. And he did lose consciousness recently. And coughed up blood... And then his heart stopped. For no obvious reason. But young children always scare their parents... Don't they? More Than It Hurts You is the compelling and devastating story of a seemingly perfect family spinning into crisis: a mother accused of harming her child, and a father shocked into realizing that the people he loves the most may be the people he should trust the least.


Overcoming Bitterness

Overcoming Bitterness

Author by : Dr. Gemen J. Atuulo
Language : en
Publisher by : Author House
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Total Read : 94
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Description : Overcoming Bitterness is helping thousands all over the world discovering a life of happiness and full of joy. This book analyzes the root cause of inter personal (1) Relationship break-ups (2) All schisms (3) Emotional and physical health breakdown. It offers healing solutions to every one who wants to overcome past hurts and bruises, and prepares you for a life of victory and full of peace. This should be a tool of deliverance in the hand of every leader who would like to gather and maintain working relations. “Every year, 2.7 million church members fall into inactivity. This translates into the realization that people are leaving the Church. From our research, we have found that they are leaving as hurting and wounded victims—of some kind of abuse, disillusionment, or just plain neglect! - Schaeffer Institute