The object of this book will help one to realize why anyone at all ever in life! Why You, Why Me, Why Anybody is a memoir of Stella's dark childhood from age one to eighteen.
Author: Stella Jones
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
This book is for those who feel the pain of childhood hurts and wounds deeply embedded in one's memory and who acts out in despair and also people with addiction issues of any kind! The goal is to bring hope to people who feel caught up in everyday life. We are not alone in our turmoil. There is a light at the end of the tunnel. We all are in recovery for some reason or another. If it isn't physical pain, it's emotional pain, spiritual pain, or from some circumstances beyond our control! The object of this book will help one to realize why anyone at all ever in life! Why You, Why Me, Why Anybody is a memoir of Stella's dark childhood from age one to eighteen. Her journey was a challenging one filled with drama, murder, incest, accidents, shootings, love, and loves lost! Why You, Why Me, Why Anybody will pull on your heart strings from the very first page down to the last.
Sex vs. Rape Whats the difference? Can you tell? Is there a difference? Do you know? Sex The most Sacred Private Powerful connection Shared between two people Or is that love? Either way Its not something Thats supposed to be taken lightly Played around with Dismissed without a second thought Or entered into Without a great deal of thought And commitment And yet Its something Thats taken lightly Played around with Dismissed without a second thought And entered into without a great deal of thought And commitment Its something Thats abused Mistreated Misused Mis-executed And mis-perpetrated Only In that case Its called Rape
It is imperative that adults are vigilant in identifying potential problems. This book addresses real situations that many families experience, and we hope this book is helpful to them.
Author: C.J. Bass
Category: Family & Relationships
A childs world can have as many problems as that of an adult. We often dont consider this or are simply unaware. Bullying is a major problem that some children will experience during childhood. Children may choose to hide it, wait it out, or deal with it on their own. Would you know if your child has a problem with bullying? Bullying consists of an aggressor(s) and a defender(s). It is imperative that adults are vigilant in identifying potential problems. This book addresses real situations that many families experience, and we hope this book is helpful to them.
Me,. Why. Anyone? Written by Anne-Marie Vidal Every once in awhile I look at my
husband and say, "This is not the life planned for us.." He is always reassuring,
saying that this is OK, "We are together." But all those years of career building, ...
Author: Dawn Hughes
A must resource for the millions of people affected by Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndromes. FMS and CFS, unlike well known and understood diseases like cancer, spring boards a journey for education, understanding and compassion. The book powerfully captures this journey, and is the first to provide patients, family and friends with the imperative resources to find support through their walk. In addition, The Life Planner, is a workbook that maps out a step-by-step guide for adapting and coping with the lifestyle changes fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue patients must face. The book is divided into four sections: The Syndromes: Provides an extensive look at the cause, diagnosis, symptoms, and treatments. From current research to clinical trials. The Resources: A comprehensive listing of FMS/CFS books, medical journals, association newsletters, periodicals and video's, recommended by FMS/CFS Associations. The Support: Worldwide listings of FMS/CFS Associations, as well as associations for sub categories of these syndromes. Including: Advocacy, pain management, alternative therapies and disability issues. The Life Planner: From diagnoses to acceptance, The Life Planner details how to manage life emotionally and physically. A compassionate look at: What to expect, how to work through feelings, goal planning, worksheets and charts, exercise, nutritional choices, how to educate family and friends and work options. Written by a fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue patient, the book outlines not only the journey for the patient, but gets to the heart of awakening family and friends to the devastating effects these illnesses cause, and provides the tools needed for years to come.
Another book that I would recommended is Why Me? Why Anyone? , by Rabbi
Hirschel Jaffe, James Rudin, and Marcia Rudin. This touching and easy'to~read
book describes the trials that Rabbi Jaffe endures as he is diagnosed with a rare
Author: Sharon Selib Epstein
Publisher: Jason Aronson, Incorporated
Visiting the Sick provides readers with a practical and inspirational introduction to the ethical obligation of the mitzvah of visiting the sick and dying in order to provide comfort and help. It offers insights into the nature of illness and death as well as guidance on how to overcome our fears regarding visiting people who are ill and the skills and training necessary to perform the mitzvah of bikur cholim effectively.
Why me? Why anyone? If bad things happen then they have to happen to
someone. The question is not, 'Why you?' but simply, 'Why?' Regretting that
tragedy selected you instead of another is reprehensible in its isolation.” She
looked at him ...
Author: Michael Ehrenreich
He placed his large hand atop her small one. Felt its utter fragility, its unquestioning pliancy yield before him. He traced the lay of her hand, threading with his forefinger a translucent line of blue vein against impossibly white skin, until it intersected a plastic tube now continuous with flesh. "Liza," he whispered, bent low to her ear. "Liza. I'm so sorry. Not for now. Not only for now, but for all of the years that brought us here. It's so easy to let the sorrow trap you. It's the easy way out, to mourn forever. It takes courage to continue " When Dr. Bing Denton's daughter, Liza, becomes involved in a seedy underworld, it threatens the existence of his already fragile family. Faced with estrangement from his wife, Rebecca, and the haunting of a distant tragedy, he must grapple with the loss of his surgeon's gift and a frightening descent into madness. As he struggles to comprehend the soulless workings of the world, he finds himself increasingly involved with a former patient. Can Bing save himself and his family, or is it too late?
I could never wish this on anyone else but why me. Why anyone? How was I so
different from other people besides just being uniquely strange? I was never in
my own opinion an attractive person without work. I know now it doesn't matter ...
Author: Brooke E. Brutley
Publisher: Author House
Fatal Secrets of Stolen Innocence is a story depicting true life events. Franticly grasping for help and reaching out for mercy. An innocent teenager became victim to four vicious thugs rage and lust one cold night in December. This book transcends the demanding and challenging minds of parents into an unforgettable exploration surrounding a young and vibrant female teenager. Who was lead into the arms of sadistic predators. Who violently stole her innocence and nearly took her life in the process. This book captures the audience attention and raises awareness about the dangers that lurk in our own backyard as these events could happen to your love one at any given time.
Why, me, why anyone? What kind of sadistic asshole would do that? It was
unfathomable to me (and still is to the little kid that lives inside my heart). This
wasn't the last time I would have these feelings either. Later in life I would learn to
Now he thinks we've both lost it. He asked me why anyone would think an old
tramp like Annie had valuables.' I propped a plate on the draining board. 'What
did you say?' 'Repeated what Larry told us about jadeite. It gave him a bit of a
Author: Minette Walters
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
Exposing the horrifying consequences when communities ignore the people who need them the most, The Shape of Snakes is the psychological mystery from crime queen Minette Walters. November 1978. Britain is on strike. The dead lie unburied, rubbish piles in the streets – and somewhere in West London a black woman dies in a rain-soaked gutter. Her passing would have gone unmourned but for the young woman who finds her and who believes - apparently against reason – that Annie was murdered. But whatever the truth about Annie – whether she was as mad as her neighbours claimed, whether she lived in squalor as the police said – something passed between her and Mrs Ranelagh in the moment of death which binds this one woman to her cause for the next twenty years. But why is Mrs Ranelagh so convinced it was murder when by her own account Annie died without speaking? And why would any woman spend twenty painstaking years uncovering the truth – unless her reasons are personal . . . ?