Maggie A Journey Of Love Loss And Survival
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|Author||: Vicki Tapia|
|Publsiher||: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform|
|Total Pages||: 382|
|ISBN 13||: 9781979708807|
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Set in a time when women had few rights, this compelling narrative chronicles one woman's emotional journey from abuse to independence. This is a #MeToo story that has waited over a century to be told. Mt. Clemens, Michigan, 1887. Seventeen and headstrong, with marriage on her mind, Maggie is sure she has found her one true love. But when she collides head-on with betrayal, overwhelming loss and ill-treatment, her life unravels. Maggie rises above adversity through rare determination and grit, becoming an independent woman ahead of her time. Yet before she can truly find peace, one heartbreaking, life-altering decision remains. Inspired by her great-grandmother's life, the author weaves a timeless story of survival and courage set against the backdrop of Mt. Clemens, Michigan and the prairies of eastern Montana at the turn of the twentieth century..
The Emotional Survival Guide for Caregivers
|Author||: Barry J. Jacobs|
|Publsiher||: Guilford Press|
|Total Pages||: 261|
|ISBN 13||: 9781606237939|
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Caring for a parent whose health is in decline turns the world upside down. The emotional fallout can be devastating, but it doesn't have to be that way. Empathic guidance from an expert who's been there can help. Through an account of two sisters and their ailing mother--interwoven with no-nonsense advice--The Emotional Survival Guide for Caregivers helps family members navigate tough decisions and make the most of their time together as they care for an aging parent. The author urges readers to be honest about the level of commitment they're able to make and emphasizes the need for clear communication within the family. While acknowledging their guilt, stress, and fatigue, he helps caregivers reaffirm emotional connections worn thin by the routine of daily care. This compassionate book will help families everywhere avoid burnout and preserve bonds during one of life's most difficult passages..
Braver Than You Think
|Author||: Maggie Downs|
|Total Pages||: 304|
|Genre||: Biography & Autobiography|
|ISBN 13||: 1640092935|
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Newly married and established in her career as an award–winning newspaper journalist, Maggie Downs quits her job, sells her belongings, and embarks on the solo trip of a lifetime: Her mother’s. As a child, Maggie Downs often doubted that she would ever possess the courage to visit the destinations her mother dreamed of one day seeing. “You are braver than you think,” her mother always insisted. That statement would guide her as, over the course of one year, Downs backpacked through seventeen countries―visiting all the places her mother, struck with early–onset Alzheimer’s disease, could not visit herself―encountering some of the world’s most striking locales while confronting the slow loss of her mother. Interweaving travelogue with family memories, Braver Than You Think takes the reader hiking the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, white–water rafting on the Nile, volunteering at a monkey sanctuary in Bolivia, praying at an ashram in India, and fleeing the Arab Spring in Egypt. By embarking on an international journey, Downs learned to make every moment count―traveling around the globe and home again, losing a parent while discovering the world. Perfect for fans of adventure memoirs like Wild and Welcome to the Goddamn Ice Cube, Braver Than You Think explores grief and loss with tenderness, clarity, and humor, and offers a truly incredible roadmap to coping with the unimaginable..
The Sudden Loss Survival Guide
|Author||: Chelsea Hanson|
|Publsiher||: Mango Media Inc.|
|Total Pages||: 276|
|Genre||: Family & Relationships|
|ISBN 13||: 1642502294|
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Restore Your Spirit after Sudden Loss Healing after loss. When a loved one passes unexpectedly, the person left behind can lose their bearings. After the sudden loss of her mother, Chelsea Hanson, a nationally-recognized grief educator and founder of With Sympathy Gifts and Keepsakes, didn’t know where to turn for help, what to do next, or how to put the pieces of her life back together. Hanson’s The Sudden Loss Survival Guide gathers everything that she learned during her own recovery process and provides an indispensable road map to aid those who’ve experienced a life-changing loss. A proactive, intentional approach. While you cannot control losing a loved one, you can consciously guide your own recovery. Through the application of simple, proactive practices, The Sudden Loss Survival Guide will empower you to overcome the darkness and anxiety of grief. Action-based tools. The Sudden Loss Survival Guide includes heart-lifting prompts and action steps that guide you towards reengaging in life and discovering deeper meaning. Through Hanson's grief healing practices, this book delivers the essential answers and tools needed to survive, cope, and heal from the devastating impact of sudden loss. The Sudden Loss Survival Guide is a distinctive grief recovery handbook. In this book, discover: • Seven practices for healing, including creative memorialization and maintaining an ongoing spiritual connection • Skimmable, stand-alone passages with immediate, usable information for the trauma you’re facing • A transformative method for living a meaningful, fulfilling life in remembrance of your loved one Readers of grief books like It’s OK That You’re Not OK, I Wasn’t Ready to Say Goodbye, and Grief Day By Day will learn how to live again with the help of The Sudden Loss Survival Guide..
The Gypsy in My Soul
|Author||: Christine Harris|
|Total Pages||: 276|
|ISBN 13||: 9780595917112|
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Poland, 1943-Heinrich Himmler orders the mass deportation of Gypsies to concentration camps. Sasha Karmazin, a Gypsy woman living in Warsaw, Poland, is torn from her family by the Gestapo and must leave behind her Polish husband, Henryk, and her two teenage sons, Karl and Dimitri. After being transported to Auschwitz, Europe's largest Nazi concentration camp, Sasha is forced to work as an interpreter for the Nazis. Her survival depends on her wits, and she will do anything to stay alive. Nebraska, 1976-Beth Karmazin, a beautiful, bronze-skinned young woman and daughter of Karl Karmazin, is all too aware of her Gypsy heritage. But when she learns that her grandmother Sasha, presumed to be dead, is accused of having taken a Nazi lover and collaborating with the Nazi's while at Auschwitz, Beth is determined to prove her grandmother's innocence. Beth's commitment takes her on a three-year quest deep into Communist-controlled Eastern Europe at the height of the Cold War, a journey that changes not only her life, but also the course of history. Seamlessly moving from the turbulent 1940s to the 1980s, The Gypsy in My Soul creates a riveting portrait of one woman's devotion to family-and to uncovering the truth..
Mothering Our Boys
|Author||: Maggie Dent|
|Publsiher||: Pennington Publications|
|Total Pages||: 272|
|Genre||: Family & Relationships|
|ISBN 13||: 0994563280|
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"Maggie is earthy and real, full of love and knowledge, especially on raising sons." - Steve Biddulph "Maggie's perspective on raising boys is spot on. She writes with humor and depth, providing insight and strategies for many of the most important issues facing moms. There is a lovely ease to her writing and a powerful honesty. I hope every mother of a son (and everyone else!) will read this book. The future of the world, to a great extent, depends on how we raise our boys." - Michael Gurian, New York Times Bestselling Author of The Wonder of Boys and Saving Our Sons If we can see the world through boys' eyes a little better, we will make different choices in the way we mother them... and we will find them less confusing, and love them more deeply. Mothers of sons are worried about raising their boys in a world where negative images of masculinity are front and centre of our media, almost every day. Not only that, but statistically our boys are still struggling in many ways. Even though we live in a time where we recognise that nothing in gender is fixed, it remains a fact that the influence of a mother on her son is massive. A mother of four sons herself, Maggie Dent draws on her personal experience - and over four decades work as a teacher, counsellor and now author and speaker - to help build understanding, empathy and compassion for our boys. Maggie shares her five key secrets that every mum needs to know and uses the voices of men she has worked with and surveyed to reveal what really matters in a boy's relationship with his mother and other mother figures. Maggie is one of Australia's most popular parenting authors and educators, and her seminars about boys have sold out all across Australia and in the UK. She is finally sharing her insights, her reflections, and (as always) her humour around mothering boys to help you be the mum your son needs you to be..
Where Hope and Mercy Meet
|Author||: Maggie Hart|
|Total Pages||: 214|
|ISBN 13||: 153209194X|
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As a young woman, she began her healing journey when she enters the office of remarkable, uncompromising psychotherapist. A man who brilliantly challenges her to confront, face and heal her childhood demons, through teachings which built the bridge from her past to her future, a triumphant leap through shame, suffering and heartbreak to forgiveness and inspiration and powerful self love..
Flying with One Wing
|Author||: Barbara Heeter|
|Total Pages||: 292|
|Genre||: Biography & Autobiography|
|ISBN 13||: 9780595900145|
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A young woman named Anna travels to America from central Europe for an arranged marriage in the dawn of the 20th century. If humans will do nearly anything to avoid change in their lives, what motivates someone to leave her homeland and travel to an unknown land for a lifetime with a stranger? Her husband dies before his time, and unable to read or write English, she finds herself a penniless widow with six children to raise. Eventually, Anna and her family move into a house in a small, steel-mill city in western Pennsylvania-when U.S. Steel was on the rise. The house endows them with emotional security; so strong are their feelings for the structure, the house becomes an entity within itself. Anna's five daughters are the heroines of the tale as they pull together for the sake of their mother's dream, though each breaks a rule of the tight system that binds them together. Their story parallels America's as it becomes a world power, and urban life, the suburbs, the middle class, women and blacks change its landscape forever. The story, a living testimony to family and human determination, is narrated by a member of the second generation of Americans..
Bailey & Love's Short Practice of Surgery - 28th Edition
|Author||: P. Ronan O'Connell|
|Publsiher||: CRC Press|
|Total Pages||: 1696|
|ISBN 13||: 100084269X|
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The 28th edition of Bailey & Love’s Short Practice of Surgery is the leading surgical resource for medical students and surgeons in training. It encompasses the basic principles of careful history taking, observation, deductive reasoning, technical knowledge and post-operative patient care to ensure safe surgical practice. Key features Relevant - the content matches both undergraduate and post-graduate curriculae Readable – features summary boxes of core knowledge throughout the text. The consistent layout and style of tables, graphics, and diagrams aids easy understanding of key concepts. Also includes algorithms to assist the reader in understanding patient care pathways Current- highlights where major developments in surgical practice have occurred or are likely to transform surgical practice in the next decade Contemporary – includes expanded coverage of paediatric surgery and of transplant surgery. Emphasizes the importance of the multidisciplinary team approach, together with patient engagement in difficult decision making Authoritative – every chapter has been revised by expert authors, and the most up to date content has been included in a familiar format Digital Resources – Readers can access extra content via the dedicated Bailey and Love website which includes Questions and Answers, Expanded Content, Videos, Author interviews and more Bailey & Love’s Short Practice of Surgery 28th edition continues to provide the essential knowledge required for surgical training. It remains a familiar friend, venerated by generations of medical students as well as surgeons young and old as a rite of passage and a repository of the core learning needed for clinical practice..
A Blade of Grass
|Author||: H. R. Maly|
|Publsiher||: Balboa Press|
|Total Pages||: 167|
|ISBN 13||: 1452575975|
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A Blade of Grass: A Journey Transcending Grief and Loss is the story of a father's journey with his fifteen-year-old son, Daniel, who dies of cancer. It captures the agony, courage, and love a family experiences during a three-year battle trying to save him. It is rich with vivid flashbacks detailing how a father, devastated by the loss of a son, struggles through untenable life situations and finally re-invents himself as a means of personal survival. Confronting alcoholism, deep anger, and resentment toward his church and his God, he emerges with a profound clarity of purpose in life, supported by a deepened spirituality based on love and forgiveness. The author shares insights gained through meditation and the use of powerful affirmations, which provide the backdrop of how he moved beyond the morass of confusion and doubt to a life of serenity and peace..
Barefoot in the Stubble Fields
|Author||: Mary Frailey Calland|
|Total Pages||: 0|
|ISBN 13||: 9780972234962|
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Set against the backdrop of the Great Depression and World War II, Barefoot In The Stubble Fields is the coming of age story of Maggie Fahey, the youngest daughter of a struggling Iowa farmer, sent to live temporarily with a wealthy aunt and uncle in Sioux City following the death of her mother. When the childless couple refuses to give her back, Maggie finds herself on an emotional tightrope between her two families, never fully belonging to either. Thus begins her lifelong search for a place to call home. As the nation staggers through the grim days of the Depression, Maggie is shuttled between a life of privilege in the city and the poor Irish farming community of her birth. She grows up burdened with a sense of loss and rejection, a feeling intensified by the personal tragedies of the wartime years. But one final chance at love forces Maggie to choose between her fears and her dreams. From the drought fractured fields of northwestern Iowa in the 1930s to the wartime campuses of St. Mary?s College and the University of Notre Dame, Barefoot In The Stubble Fields chronicles a young girl?s precarious journey to womanhood during one of the most tumultuous periods in our nation?s history, a solitary struggle for survival that typifies the quiet courage of a generation..
Silence: A User's Guide, Volume One
|Author||: Maggie Ross|
|Publsiher||: Wipf and Stock Publishers|
|Total Pages||: 250|
|ISBN 13||: 1625647964|
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Silence is essential for the health and well-being of humans and the environment in which they live. Yet silence has almost vanished from our lives and our world. Of all the books that claim to be about silence, this is the only one that addresses silence directly. Silence: A User's Guide is just what the title says: it is a guide to silence, which is both a vast interior spaciousness, and the condition of our being in the natural world. This book exposes the processes by which silence can transfigure our lives--what Maggie Ross calls "the work of silence"; it describes how lives steeped in silence can transfigure other lives unawares. It shows how the work of silence was once understood to be the foundation of the teaching of Jesus, and how this teaching was once an intrinsic part of Western Christianity; it describes some of the methods by which the institution suppressed the work of silence, and why religious institutions are afraid of silence. Above all, this book shows that the work of silence gives us a way of being in the world that is more than we can ask for or imagine..
|Author||: Nancy M Wade|
|Publsiher||: Garnan Enterprises, LLC|
|Total Pages||: 0|
|Genre||: Family & Relationships|
|ISBN 13||: 9781737699835|
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An American West dynasty tale of struggle and violence as dramatic as Yellowstone or Janet Dailey's Caulder Saga - the Circle-D Saga tells a story of conflict, love, and hate between three families who each staked their claim in the wild west of Platte County, Wyoming. The Circle-D Saga follows tales of love and mystery with generations of three families: the Dunlap, Hartman, and Logan families that span from the late 1880-1890s in wild west of Wyoming through World War II to modern day. Within Endless Circle, untangle the feuds and corruption between the Dunlap and Logan families or the long-time friendships and lost loves of the Dunlap and Hartmans. Discover if the ghosts from our past speak to us. Can we right the wrongs committed a hundred years ago? Andrea (Andy) Dunlap is determined to save her family's financially struggling Wyoming cattle ranch. She'll need to summon all her strength as she copes with the loss of her parents in a suspicious plane crash. Was it an accident? Andrea is helped by her childhood friend, Sheriff Jason C. Hartman, as together they become embroiled in murder and treachery while following the clues to solve her parent's death and uncover secrets from three generations ago. Jason and Andrea discover the path to justice may be found within the writings of Maggie Dunlap, Andy's great-great grandmother, as they read her remarkable diary and story of survival in this rugged land; the betrayal, heartache and loss she suffered of her own true love. Maggie's resilient pioneer spirit guides them as they unravel the mystery of an 1887 land swindle and murder. The young lovers are caught in a mystery of deception and family legend as past meets present in this romantic suspense set in the rugged west. Jason must prove to Andy that his love is strong enough to bridge the gulf between family feuds and suspicions. Andrea and Jason draw their strength and determination from their pioneer stock, but little do they know that their lives were destined to be intertwined, proving that the Endless Circle of love remains unbroken..
Chase's Calendar of Events 2017
|Author||: Editors of Chase's|
|Publsiher||: Bernan Press|
|Total Pages||: 753|
|ISBN 13||: 1598888595|
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Find out what's going on any day of the year, anywhere across the globe! The world’s datebook, Chase's is the definitive day-by-day resource of what America and the wider world are celebrating and commemorating. Founded in 1957 on a reputation for accuracy and comprehensiveness, this annual publication has become the must-have reference used by experts and professionals for more than fifty years. From celebrity birthdays to historical anniversaries, from astronomical phenomena to national awareness days, from award ceremonies and sporting events to religious festivals and carnivals, Chase's is the one-stop shop for everything that is happening now or is worth remembering from the past. The 2017 Edition of Chase's Calendar of Events brings you information about: The 500th anniversary of Martin Luther's Ninety-Five Theses The 150th anniversary of the Dominion of Canada The 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution The 100th anniversary of splitting the atom The 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love Frank Lloyd Wright's 150th birth anniversary and much more!.
International Television & Video Almanac
|Total Pages||: 1114|
|Genre||: Television broadcasting|
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Death Head #6
|Author||: Nick Keller, Zack Keller|
|Publsiher||: Dark Horse Comics|
|Total Pages||: 32|
|Genre||: Comics & Graphic Novels|
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THE FINAL, FRIGHTENING ISSUE! The Doctor is in . . . and hes making a house call. In this climactic battle, the Burton family must finally work together or be torn apart forever. After all of the death and destruction, the shocking truth behind the Plague Doctor is finally revealed. Zack Keller is a writer for Telltale Games, known for their The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones, and Tales from the Borderlands series!.