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Book: 10 Things to Remember When Times Are Bad by Vickie Phelps
Everyone is susceptible to trouble. We are not exempt because of who or what we are. Problems come to each of us. It doesn't mean God has forgotten us or we've sinned, Satan will use these times to convince us that God doesn't care about us. That is a lie, God does care, but as we fight to overcome trouble or grieve a loss, sometimes we don't think clearly. The knowledge is still there, but grief [...]
 
Book: Team Positive - How to Build Support for Someone Coping with a Chronic Illness by Todd Schmenk, LMHC
The Team Positive approach addresses how to cope with a health condition and how those involved can receive and provide compassionate support. Whether you or a loved one is dealing with cancer, Crohn's, diabetes, or any overwhelming health or mental health condition such as anxiety or depression, this book has been designed for you. The book focuses on both the person dealing with the chronic [...]
 
Book: Combat Support by Terry Cropf
From humble beginnings in a small town in rural Pennsylvania, Combat Support, The True Burden of Sacrifice, is the journey of an average man, living an average life. Raised with modest morals and values, the struggles of his youth turn him to the Army with a fresh start and new goals for which to strive. Living this regimented lifestyle within the confines of the U.S military consumes him and his [...]
 
Book: Fat Boy Thin Man by Michael Prager
Fat from an early age, the author had an obese adolescence that last into his 30s. Despite having lost more than 130 pounds three times, he weighed 365 in October 1991, when he began accepting that he might be a food addict, and undertaking the practices and treatments designed for alcoholics. "Fat Boy Thin Man" relates what it was like to grow up fat, what it was like to experience reliable [...]
 
Book: Stunned by Grief Journal by Judy Brizendine
An interactive recovery tool written to stand alone or complement the book Stunned by Grief, which contains in-depth information and further tips, tools, and strategies for dealing with grief. It contains daily support for six months, including thoughts from great minds, reflections, suggestions, quotes, verses, and plenty of room to write. The journal is designed to be picked up anytime and [...]
 
Book: Never to be Seen Again by R. Shangit
'Never To Be Seen Again' is my first autobiographical book, documenting my career as an electrician and later an employee within the education system. Often humorous, it describes my journey through the Heath and Thatcher years, the ensuing power cuts and industrial unrest. Whilst my incarceration within the education system has been enlightening, it has left a definite impact upon me which I [...]
 
Book: It's Not as Bad as it Sounds (my life with MS & Fibro) by Yvonne Decelis
This book is a series of essays I wrote while in College about my life with a focus on "invisible condtions" like Multiple Sclerosis and Fibromyalgia. In my book I go over what life has been like with these conditions by going over my upbringing and my life prior to, during and after diagnosis. I have also written this for people seeking information on how to interact with others who have [...]
 
Book: Remember Me by Mary Barrucco
Remember Me is a non-fiction story about one woman's attempts to cope with life throwing everything at her. Mary Ann is looking forward to life with Eddie, her husband. Both have good jobs with the city of New York. Eddie's drinking turns into full-blown alcoholism, and he takes it out on Mary Ann. Mary Ann becomes a compulsive gambler. Eddie receives a really good incentive to stop drinking when [...]
 
Book: The Bond by Paula Mccoy Williams
A story about a substitute teacher and some of the adventures she has with her students. This also tells the story of her relationship with her new husband and some of the surprises that life throws at them and the important lessons learned from the life surprises. This book has it all, action, adventure, romance, and surprises. Its a book that anyone will enjoy.
 
Book: Cardiomyopathy...Keeping you on Track by Margot Maurice
The book tells the story of Cardiomyopathy Australia's foundation 20 years ago. It tell stories of members, their carers & their families. Little was known about the condition 20 years ago & most patients were simply told they could drop dead any minute. This book benefits the reader by giving more details of the condition, the coping mechanisms, the carer's role, & the various stages of grief [...]
 
Book: DEATH OF A MARRIAGE, DIVORCE IN AMERICA by Robert Fenar
DEATH OF A MARRIAGE, DIVORCE IN AMERICA was written by an insider. Attorney Fenar has been a practicing family law attorney with over twenty years of experience in Southern California. Attorney Fenar, has seen the good, the bad and the ugly. He has written the book due to his disgust with the system as well as the people involved in the process. This includes, but is not limited to, the [...]
 
Book: When Love Comes - Diamond Creek by J.H. Croix
A full-length, standalone romance with a guaranteed HEA from USA Today Bestselling Author J.H. Croix! If you like smoking hot romance with alpha men and sassy women, you'll love this series! In this captivating love story set against the stark beauty of the Alaskan wilderness, Hannah Gray returns to her hometown after the death of her parents. Once wild and impulsive, she shut her heart off to [...]
 
Book: BLUFF by Lenore Skomal
"To the medical world, I was a host body, surviving only to bring a new life into the world. And while I wanted to die more than anything in the world, I never wanted this. No, I never wanted to cease to exist. This was the worst death of all." Jude Black lives in that in-between, twilight place teetering on death but clinging to life in order to bring her baby into this world. Only she knows the [...]
 
Book: In between... life - Selected Poems by Luiz Valerio de Paula Trindade
Unplugged! If there is a single word capable to accurately summarize the atmosphere of this book, that is for sure the most appropriate given that, similarly to an unplugged performance of your favourite band/singer, the selected poems in this book also convey the sensation of filling out the room and taking your senses to a different state of mind. They address topics such as love, romance, [...]
 
Book: Travels with Charlize - In Search of Living Alone by David R. Gross
After losing his wife of almost fifty-three years to cancer, David Gross adopts Charlize, a German shepherd rescue dog, buys a camping trailer, and the two begin their travels. They explore the West, visiting parks and vistas, rain forests and deserts, family, old friends and new. Accidents, adventures, sadness, joy, problems, and peace populate their journey of discovery. Ever patient and [...]
 
Book: Surviving the Tsunami of Grief - For the Bereaved and Those Wanting to Support Them by Katrina Taee and Wendelien McNicoll
Are you grieving? Would you like to have a better understanding of grief? Are you wanting to support someone who is grieving but don't know how? This beautifully illustrated book written by two experienced Bereavement Counsellors is unlike any other about grief. Each page takes you on a thought-provoking journey, each image echoed by the voices of bereaved people. As thoughts, feelings and [...]
 
Book: First Friend by Edinaldo E. Santo
He was the oldest of a hatch of three and was born so tiny, that Mother Bird had to give him special care... One morning while most of the family was out, a distracted firefly flew into their nest and landed in front of the chick... "Wait a minute, sir," said the bird. The firefly went pale! "You forgot your hat." "I don't have a hat," replied the little thing. When Zaba, a little bird meets [...]
 
Book: Get the Facts - 5 Secrets to a Healthy Christian Relationship from a Guy's-Eye View by Jermaine A. Hamwright
Straight-Shooting Advice for Lasting Love Love and honesty form the basis of any healthy relationship. But while this book teaches you how to foster these essential qualities daily, five additional traits (the acronym FACTS) will ensure you've got a good thing going, and that it'll last! In this down-to-earth manual, author Jermaine A. Hamwright presents a unique guy's perspective, revealing his [...]
 
Book: 365 Wise Ways To Happiness - With Ways To Start A Happiness Support Group by Janet C. Lindeman
Happiness is a one-day-at-a-time endeavor. It is also an inside-job. It helps to surround ourselves with others who practice happiness principles. It also helps to accept the fact that sometimes life just hands us disappointments and hardships, no matter what we do to avoid them. Therefore, having clear principles with which to handle hardships and relationships, plus a network of supportive [...]
 
Book: 10 Things to Remember When Times Are Bad by Vickie Phelps
Everyone is susceptible to trouble. We are not exempt because of who or what we are. Problems come to each of us. It doesn't mean God has forgotten us or we've sinned, Satan will use these times to convince us that God doesn't care about us. That is a lie, God does care, but as we fight to overcome trouble or grieve a loss, sometimes we don't think clearly. The knowledge is still there, but grief [...]
 
Book: Community of Ones - The Search for Self after Devastating Loss by Leona Samson
What does a parent do when the unthinkable happens? What does a mother do when a beloved child is lost to suicide? Will she ever know peace, trust, love and joy again? Can a broken heart ever be mended? "Community of Ones" is a novel - but it was written by a grieving mother who, prior to writing this book, believed that the answer to these last questions was an unequivocal "No." The book tells [...]
 
Book: Lean Not On Your Understanding - A mother's journey from loss to recovery by Frances Hart
Lean Not on Your Understanding takes you on a mother's journey, as she struggles to cope with the death of her daughter. It describes the intense nature of the changes that follow when a parent loses a child. The author, Frances Hart, offers specific, first hand advice drawn from her own experiences in managing the grief that accompanies such a deep and personal loss.
 
Book: Stunned by Grief - Remapping Your Life When Loss Changes Everything by Judy Brizendine
A highly focused, conversational book that cuts through the clutter and zeroes in on flashpoint issues critical to a griever's healing, the approach to grief presented here is revealing, practical, and down-to-earth. Designed for anyone struggling with death or any of life's tragic losses it features straight talk from people who have been through similar situations, focusing on what to expect [...]
 
Book: Adenomyosis - A Significantly Neglected and Misunderstood Uterine Disorder by Maria Yeager
What is adenomyosis?? A lot of people will ask that question when they see the title of this book, and that is the reason it was written. I personally lived with this uterine disorder for seventeen years before I finally received a correct diagnosis after my hysterectomy. Adenomyosis is a disorder of the uterus that causes very heavy menstrual bleeding, painful abdominal cramping (comparable to [...]
 
Book: I Am Not Guilty – Kasab by Harish Sharma
I wanted to be arrested, not killed by a bullet. We are thankful for all the Indian television channels' breaking news support during 26/11. No terrorist attack is possible in India without us or our support. Whether it's the burning of the Godhra train or Samjhauta express blast; I am guilty of not killing 500 Indians.
 
Book: Peter & Lisa by Linda Naomi Katz
A children's book about two different mental illnesses, depression and mania, Peter and Lisa makes it easier for children to understand these mental conditions. It is a story about two people affected with such illness and how they got better and recovered through the proper medication and necessary support by family and friends. Charles and Linda Baron Katz's Peter and Lisa: A Mental Illness [...]
 
Book: Stuff Happens by Benjamin Patterson
Greetings, My name is Benjamin Patterson. First of all, I would like to thank God for everything he has done for me. I would also like to thank you the reader for your support. I like many others, was displaced by hurricane Katrina. This book describes my path to recovery. As the name suggests, I have found out that life consists of things happening both good and bad. Throughout my trials and [...]
 
Book: Once Innocent (Cries Unheard) by April Bartaszewicz
Three children destroyed by alcohol, drugs, and a violent father. Drugs and alcohol were a major part of the abuse these children suffered. They grew up around a father who hated almost everyone he came in contact with. It was hard for these children to have a father that was racist even against the children. The children had to learn to rely on each other for support. Even though the siblings [...]
 
Book: Bewbush Playbus by Sue Wickstead
The story of the Bewbush Playbus, a Community Project started in 1980 by the Girl Guides Association using money raised for Her Majesty The Queens Silver Jubilee Celebrations. The photographs and memories contained in this book were used on public display to publicise and promote the work of the project with the aim of generating much needed support and funding. The project operated for many [...]
 
Book: Devolution - A Short Tale of a Dystopian Far Future by Clabe Polk
Derek 100771 lives in a far future world where the human population has long exceeded the ability of the Earth to support it. Derek is a person who needs human contact and communication in a world where human interaction is controlled by computers and even sex is virtual. But Derek is a rebel. He is willing to risk correction and attitude adjustment, even recycling in order to maintain a little [...]
 


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