What She Still Feels

Author: Chidozie E. Osuwa
Publisher: Outskirts Press
ISBN: 9781478784807
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I heard once that when it comes to love, the biggest decision most people are faced with is whether to let go, or fight harder. This book is your guide to making that decision. For some, this is everything you've fe

What She Feels

Author: Chidozie Osuwa
Publisher: Outskirts Press
ISBN: 9781478754459
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This is not just another poetry book filled with cliche quotes. What this is is every emotion a woman has ever felt when dealing with love, but could never put into words. This is looking at yourself in the mirror. This is finally being able to look at your situation from the outside looking in. This is a look into the too often scarred hearts of our women. This is inspiration. This is hope."

Hellfire What She Feels Inside

Author: Third Cousins
Publisher: Speedy Publishing LLC
ISBN: 1683058348
Size: 43.66 MB
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Lucy knows there is something wrong with the psychiatric home she’s been taken to. She’s noticed that she seems to be the only patient there. She’s noticed all of the empty rooms and the fact that every door to the outside world is locked. She’s also noticed how strangely her doctor is acting. It’s as if he’s pushing her for information—but information about what? Gabriel knows that all the answers are in Lucy’s head, but she’s refusing to find them for him. He’s trying to keep calm. He’s trying to give her time, so that she can discover her memories on her own. But when she starts to cause trouble he knows that there’s only one thing he can do. Will Lucy survive Gabriel’s desperate attempt to get the answers?

Parents Who Cheat

Author: Ana Nogales
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0757398340
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Nationally known psychologist Ana Ledwin Nogales addresses the affects of parental infidelity on childhood development—and on these children's relationships as adults Many books explore the affects of marital infidelity on a marriage, but Parents Who Cheat is the first book to examine not only how this behavior contributes to the breakdown of a family structure but how it directly affects the children in that family. With compassion and piercing insight, Dr. Ana Ledwin Nogales explains how adultery damages a child's understanding of love, marriage, and trust. As these children grow toward adulthood, their ability to have healthy relationships is compromised. Through stories of children struggling to understand their parents' adultery, as well as case histories of adult children coping with unresolved issues related to parental infidelity, Dr. Nogales shows how destructive habits are formed and points the way toward healing and the creation of healthier relationships with parents and partners.

What Love Feels Like

Author: F. Y. Dawn
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1477274987
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Latrice is married to the good looking Calvin Stewart. He swept her off her feet putting an end to her party girl life style. He was different than the unemployed losers of her past; had his own money and plenty of it. Blinded by his charm and finances, she fell in love and in no time at all walked down the aisle to become Mrs. Stewart. Unbeknownst to her, the man she married was a wolf in sheep's clothing. He makes it his daily chore to beat her into submission. She loses her identity and almost her life before realizing she has to get away. She escapes and seeks safety among friends where she finds the one thing she never expected, true love. Marlon Wright has tried his best to make his wife happy, but the more he tries the more she complains. She takes her need for excitement to far and winds up down a path of lies and manipulation. When she goes too far all hell breaks loose and she will stop at nothing to convince Marlon that she is still the woman he fell in love with, but she better be ready for the competition. Someone else catches Marlon's eye and he struggles to keep his composure.

Cases In Differential Diagnosis For The Physical And Manipulative Therapies

Author: Robyn Beirman
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN: 0729579972
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A must-have physical and manipulative therapy case book to facilitate confident diagnosis Cases in Differential Diagnosis for the Physical and Manipulative Therapies: a Case Based Approach is a high-quality Australian case book ideal for students studying physical and manipulative therapy. This physical and manipulative therapy textbook facilitates development of the skills students and therapists need to reach a final diagnosis or differential diagnosis with confidence. Cases in Differential Diagnosis for the Physical and Manipulative Therapies features more than 225 clinical presentations in differential diagnosis. All cases are presented in four life stages – infancy and childhood, adolescence, the adult years and the later or elderly years – and each life stage covers a broad range of differential clinical topics. With this physical and manipulative therapy text, students will gain valuable insight into scenarios commonly encountered in clinical practice, while developing and refining their diagnostic skills. Cases include unsteadiness and vertigo in the elderly, fever in infancy and childhood, reproductive disturbances in women, and eating disorders, substance abuse and behavioural disturbances in adolescence. Over 35 experts from diverse fields have contributed to Cases in Differential Diagnosis for the Physical and Manipulative Therapies, which also boasts comprehensive appendices featuring abbreviations, orthopaedic tests and extra questions. As physical and manipulative therapists often find themselves in the role of the primary contact practitioner, it is imperative they are trained to identify underlying medical problems that may require referral to a medical practitioner. With this invaluable diagnostic resource they can do just that.

Psychological Investigations

Author: Lois Holzman
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415944052
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"Psychological Investigations" lets readers listen in on one of the most exciting developments in psychology today as it is unfolding. With the current trend in therapy reflecting a movement away from traditional psychology and towards more postmodern psychologies, social therapy, a psychotherapeutic approach developed by Fred Newman, emerges as a qualitatively new way of doing therapy. Social therapy blends philosophy, the arts, and political concerns into a group approach that focuses on improved social functioning. "Psychological" "Investigations" provides insight into the revolutionary development of social therapy--an improvisational, investigatory, development-focused method of treatment. Featuring dialogues drawn from transcripts of teaching and supervisory sessions between Newman and therapists, the book presents a comprehensive guide to the core philosophical and political issues of social therapy and the social therapeutic group process. Instead of introspection and insight--traditional means to self-realization--Newman and social therapy encourages activity, involvement and commitment to causes larger than the individual ego.

Jessica

Author: Jeffrey Von Glahn
Publisher: Booktango
ISBN: 1468944762
Size: 65.81 MB
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Jessica had always been haunted by the fear that the unthinkable had happened when she had been “made-up.” For as far back as she could remember, she had no sense of a Self. Her mother thought of her as the “perfect infant” because “she never wanted anything and she never needed anything.” As a child, just thinking of saying “I need” or “I want” left her feeling like an empty shell and that her mind was about to spin out of control. Terrified of who––or what––she was, she lived in constant dread over being found guilty of impersonating a human being. Jeffrey Von Glahn, Ph.D., an experienced therapist with an unshakable belief in the healing powers of the human spirit, and Jessica blaze a trail into this unexplored territory. As if she has, in fact, become an infant again, Jessica remembers in extraordinary detail events from the earliest days of her life––events that threatened to twist her embryonic humanness from its natural course of development. Her recollections are like listening to an infant who could talk describe every psychologically dramatic moment of its life as it was happening. When Dr. Von Glahn met Jessica, she was 23. Everyone regarded her as a responsible, caring person – except that she never drove and she stayed at her mother’s when her husband worked nights. For many months, Jessica’s therapy was stuck in an impasse. Dr. Von Glahn had absolutely no idea that she was so terrified over simply talking about herself. In hopes of breakthrough, she boldly asked for four hours of therapy a day, for three days a week, for six weeks. The mystery that was Jessica cracked open in dramatic fashion, and in a way that Dr. Von Glahn could never have imagined. Then she asked for four days a week – and for however long it took. In the following months, her electrifying journey into her mystifying past brought her ever closer to a final confrontation with the events that had threatened to forever strip her of her basic humanness.

That Girl From Nowhere

Author: Dorothy Koomson
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1473507294
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From the bestselling author of The Ice Cream Girls, The Woman He Loved Before and My Best Friend's Girl, an emotional story about love, identity and the meaning of family. ‘Where are you coming from with that accent of yours?’ he asks. ‘Nowhere,’ I reply. ‘I’m from nowhere.’ ‘Everyone’s from somewhere,’ he says. ‘Not me,’ I reply silently. Clemency Smittson was adopted as a baby and the only connection she has to her birth mother is a cardboard box hand-decorated with butterflies. Now an adult, Clem decides to make a drastic life change and move to Brighton, where she was born. Clem has no idea that while there she'll meet someone who knows all about her butterfly box and what happened to her birth parents. As the tangled truths about her adoption and childhood start to unravel, a series of shocking events cause Clem to reassess whether the price of having contact with her birth family could be too high to pay...

Glory

Author: Sarah Brill
Publisher: Spinifex Press
ISBN: 9781876756253
Size: 50.71 MB
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A teenage girl who had been adopted as a baby struggles with pain while recovering from a suicide attempt, but comes to feel that her suffering is also her glory, and she will do anything to regain that feeling after her body heals.