The Mistakes Of A Woman

Author: M. Sosa
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780995153356
Size: 65.45 MB
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Trying to move on can be one of the hardest things to do during a breakup but when you have the right steps to help you, you find it easier to let go of toxic behavior. Best-selling author M. Sosa pushes the boundaries in Volume 2 of "The Mistakes Of A Woman." She dives deep into scenarios women place themselves in when letting go and trying to move forward. M. Sosa dedicates this book to everybody that's ever been through a heartbreak, is currently going through one and to those who are having a hard time letting go. A short but powerful read.

Recognizing The Mistakes Of The Worshippers

Author: محمود المصري
Publisher: Dar Al Kotob Al Ilmiyah دار الكتب العلمية
ISBN: 2745153080
Size: 34.65 MB
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كتاب يتضمن الاخطاء التي يقع بها بعض المصلين وتصويب هذه الاخطاء كي تكون الصلاة .مقبولة عند رب العالمين لم يبطل جزء منها أو ينقض ركن من اركانها

A Cloud In The Shape Of A Girl

Author: Jean Thompson
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
ISBN: 1501194364
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“There’s not a false note in this powerful, beautifully crafted exploration of the trade-offs in women’s lives.” —People From National Book Award finalist and the New York Times bestselling author of The Year We Left Home comes a moving family saga about three generations of women who struggle to find freedom and happiness in their small Midwestern college town. A Cloud in the Shape of a Girl is a poignant novel about three generations of the Wise family—Evelyn, Laura, and Grace—as they hunt for contentment amid chaos of their own making. Evelyn set aside her career to marry late, and motherhood never became her. Her daughter Laura felt this acutely and wants desperately to marry, but she soon discovers her husband Gabe to be a man who expects too much of everyone in his life, especially his musician son. Grace has moved out from Laura and Gabe’s house, but can’t seem to live up to her potential—whatever that might be. In A Cloud in the Shape of a Girl we see these women and their trials, small and large: social slights and heartbreaks; marital disappointments and infidelities; familial dysfunction; mortality. Spanning from World War II to the present, Thompson reveals a matrilineal love story that is so perfectly grounded in our time—a story of three women regressing, stalling, and yes, evolving, over decades. One of the burning questions she asks is: by serving her family, is a woman destined to repeat the mistakes of previous generations, or can she transcend the expectations of a place, and a time? Can she truly be free? Evelyn, Laura, and Grace are the glue that binds their family together. Tethered to their small Midwestern town—by choice or chance—Jean Thompson seamlessly weaves together the stories of the Wise women with humanity and elegance, through their heartbreaks, setbacks, triumphs, and tragedies.