The Drink Of A Lifetime

Author: Marcia Gladwish
Publisher: Redemption Press
ISBN: 1683142705
Size: 40.12 MB
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A unique combination of collaged art and biblical narrative in The Drink of a Lifetime tells the story of the life-changing encounter Jesus has with the woman at the well that crosses cultural boundaries and goes straight to the heart.

Adolescent Drinking And Family Life

Author: Geoff Lowe
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 9783718654130
Size: 48.74 MB
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This book portrays teenage drinking, not as a symptom of pathology, but as a perfectly normal developmental phase within the context of the home environment. Drinking is a predominantly social behaviour and the family is seen as a major agent of socialization. The authors have therefore explored family dynamics and the influence which the home environment has upon adolescent drinking to come up with a new theoretical model. A major feature of this approach is the interaction of ideas from family life psychology and human geography. The authors present a typology of domestic regimes illustrated by case studies of boundary enforcement and transgression. The general theme of boundary transgression, applied here to both the psychosocial environment and built form, represents an interesting new theoretical perspective. The integration of these two fields is an innovation which should stimulate further interdisciplinary work in adolescence and addiction research. Adolescent Drinking and Family Life will be invaluable to researchers and practitioners in adolescence, family dynamics, and alcohol as well as any social scientist with an interest in the link between behaviour and the home environment. This new approach has important implications for health education and for interventions concerned with adolescent alcohol use.

Miss Velma S Journey Of A Lifetime

Author: Delois Jackson
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1456804790
Size: 27.11 MB
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From an early age, Miss Velma realized her maternal purpose in life. She began a lifelong journey of nurturing children; both her nine siblings and her own four children. Her nurturing instinct carried forward into two marriages. She knew how to love and wanted that same love in return; but she never felt truly loved or spiritually connected to either husband. Hard work spanned over the majority of her life. She is a proud woman with a strong and deep Christian belief which has been the glue and fortitude that brought her through troubling times.

Two Lives One Lifetime

Author: Patricia A. Reihl
Publisher: BalboaPress
ISBN: 1452563039
Size: 25.22 MB
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Two Lives One Lifetime tells a story about generational addiction, written in a way to pique the interest of all generations. Two Lives One Lifetime chronicles the life of each individual family member and how addiction is the thread that weaves through their lives and intertwines each one. You will be drawn into how upbringing, successes, and failures shaped their lives, all written through the author’s perspective as she lived it. When the cycle of addictive devastation is finally broken, emerge with Pat into a new life of struggles, decisions, and gifts that change a life through a spirituality which passes all understanding.

Sharing A Lifetime Passion For Europe

Author: Yvonne
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 1469755041
Size: 33.91 MB
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The book is part memoir, adventure, travel book, multi-cultural manual and window into a marriage and family. It records experiences that made Yvonne and Victors lives unique by describing happenings that were poignant and rewarding. It starts with Yvonnes early trips to Italy as a teenager, and then her return to live there, as a mother with three small children while Victor was off working in remote eastern Turkey. Escaping for three weeks allowed him to write about discovering with Yvonne the charms of Western Europe. Ten years later, Victors part-time assignment to explore the Italian aerospace industry led to other travel adventures, and a six-week family odyssey that wandered through Italy, Switzerland, France and England. Years later, he became a frequent traveler to NATO countries, and his air mile awards allowed Yvonne and he to share many pleasing adventures. His career path next led to being appointed to a four-nation consortium, and they moved and lived in Munich for four years. Their lives were then filled with many exciting activities, as they learned to live and enjoy life as Europeans.

New York Magazine

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New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.

A Lifetime Of Regrets

Author: C. J. Rowley
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 145208825X
Size: 22.95 MB
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A Lifetime of Regrets is a true story about a young girl named C.J. who begins her life on a military base in Kansas, then moves to Nebraska where her mother is from. Her father soon tires of city life and yearns to go back to his roots in Missouri. He finds some land in Southeast Missouri and moves his family there to begin a new life in the country. C.J. takes you back through all her childhood memories and adventures she went through growing up. She finds out life is not as innocent and carefree as before. Her school years become difficult to deal with as she tries to cope with her deformity and insecurities. After school she jumps right into the work force and discovers herself in a world of free love and promiscuity. She searches through life for the one man who can give her the love she so desperately needs. As she looks for the life she thinks she wants, she runs head on with one disaster after another. Her addictive behaviors eventually take her to a dark and evil world. Her mistakes lead her to nothing but sadness and shame. She struggles to break free from it and regain her Christian life back.

Journey Of A Lifetime

Author: Gillian Tindall
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
ISBN: 1447220978
Size: 72.26 MB
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Journey of a Lifetime was Gillian Tindall’s first collection of short stories since The China Egg, which was published in 1982. Eight stories relate to travel and/or foreign lands, while the ninth is about a foreigner in England. The title story, ostensibly very much of the real world, gradually reveals a darker and odder side, as does In A Past Life, originally read on Radio 4. All twelve stories of the collection, while they vary greatly in mood and treatment, explore in one way or another the subject of identity and memory – with wit, high intelligence and the confidence of a writer whose first book of short stories, Dances With Death, met with universal acclaim on its publication in 1973.

The Virtual Life Of Fizzy Oceans

Author: David A. Ross
Publisher: Open Books
ISBN: 145243090X
Size: 62.35 MB
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Fizzy Oceans lives, works and travels in the virtual world where the dead are very much alive, places like ancient Babylon have been reconstructed, and with the click of a button †WHOOSH! †one is transported throughout the Ages to events and destinations that make up our human history.

The Drink Tank 300

Publisher: Office Supply Publishing
Size: 78.92 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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The 300th issue of The Drink Tank, including contributions from around the world. Edited by Christopher J Garcia and James Bacon,