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The Tales Of A Stroke Patient

Author: Joyce Hoffman
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1479712493
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"I was up all night reading. I laughed, cried and my heart was touched. My friend recently began to ignore me and doesn't want me to visit . Your blog really made me see what a survivor sees and feel what they feel. Because of your willingness to share, I now know that I'm doing the right thing by hanging in there." Jada Thompson, a Reader "Oh Joyce.... Really touched my heart. There are no "happy words" to make this "better". But you are facing it head-on, win or lose, and that says so much about your character." Anna Bofill, IT Professional "Takes my breath away. Powerful beyond words. Really a gem!" Judy Freeman, Retired Teacher You have expanded my knowledge greatly! Keep up the good research and writing! Laurel Nichols, Cardinal Hill Rehabilitation Hospital "I was a reporter and I won an AP award [for an] editorial in 99.... I'm damaged goods and words fail me, sort of a blank slate.... I keep pluggin' away, nose in the dictionary and thesaurus, hunting out words. I'm unsinkable." Mickie Roller, Stroke Survivor

Mapping Fate

Author: Alice Wexler
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520207417
Size: 12.43 MB
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Wexler tells the story of a family at risk for Huntington's disease, a hereditary, incurable, fatal disorder from which her own mother died. This graceful and eloquent account goes beyond the specifics of the disease to explore the dynamics of family secrets, of living at risk, and the drama and limits of biomedical research. Photos.

10 Simple Solutions To Panic

Author: Martin Antony
Publisher: New Harbinger Publications
ISBN: 1608828298
Size: 77.98 MB
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We all get scared sometimes. Our hearts race, our breath gets shallow, and our hands and feet turn icy cold--these physical expressions of fear are our normal responses to things that threaten us. But moments of panic can cause you to experience these feelings with no apparent cause, robbing you of confidence and composure unexpectedly throughout your day. You deserve to be free from these troublesome moments, and the ten easy and effective techniques you'll find in 10 Simple Solutions to Panic make it not only possible but also easy. Learn how to monitor your episodes of panic, and find out how to replace your anxious, racing inner monologue with calm, realistic thinking. Discover safe and comfortable ways to face fearful situations. Breathing exercises, stress reduction techniques round out this approach to overcoming panic that promises to restore your security and peace of mind.

Rational Phytotherapy

Author: Volker Schulz (Prof. Dr. med.)
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3642980937
Size: 74.36 MB
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This book is a practice-oriented introduction into phytotherapy. Methodically classified by organic systems and fields of application, it offers a quick insight into dosage, form of application and effects of the most important herbal remedies. Only those herbal remedies that are of pharmacological and clinical efficiency have been considered. The authors are highly experienced in the field of postgraduate medical education and, with this work, present an indispensable reference book for the medical practice.All practitioners and pharmacists interested in the treatment with herbal remedies should have this book at their disposal.

Positive Psychology Approaches To Dementia

Author: Chris Clarke
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
ISBN: 1784500771
Size: 33.23 MB
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How can positive psychology approaches help us to understand the process of adjustment to, and living well with dementia? As accounts of positive experiences in dementia are increasingly emerging, this book reviews current evidence and explores how psychological constructs such as hope, humour, creativity, spirituality, wisdom, resilience and personal growth may be linked with wellbeing and quality of life in dementia. Expert contributors from a range of academic and clinical backgrounds examine the application of positive psychological concepts to dementia and dementia care practice. The lived experiences of people with dementia are central to the book, and their voices bring life to the ideas explored, highlighting how positive experiences in dementia and dementia care are possible.

Science Of Science And Reflexivity

Author: Pierre Bourdieu
Publisher: Polity
ISBN: 074563060X
Size: 66.35 MB
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This book is based on the last course of lectures that Pierre Bourdieu delivered at the College de France. In it he presents a highly illuminating 'Sketch for a self-analysis', applying his theories to himself to show how his social origins and educational capital influenced his academic trajectory and the course of his thinking. It is a book that will be of great interest to students and scholars throughout the social sciences, natural sciences and humanities.

Pope Francis Among The Wolves

Author: Marco Politi
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231540086
Size: 48.63 MB
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Marco Politi takes us deep inside the power struggle roiling the Roman Curia and the Catholic Church worldwide, beginning with Benedict XVI, the pope who famously resigned in 2013, and intensifying with the contested and unexpected election of Jorge Mario Bergoglio, archbishop of Buenos Aires, now known as Pope Francis. Politi's account balances the perspectives of Pope Francis's supporters, Benedict's sympathizers, and those disappointed members of the Catholic laity who feel alienated by the institution's secrecy, financial corruption, and refusal to modernize. Politi dramatically recounts the sexual scandals that have rocked the church and the accusations of money laundering and other financial misdeeds swirling around the Vatican and the Italian Catholic establishment. Pope Francis has tried to shine a light on these crimes, but his work has been met with resistance from entrenched factions. Politi writes of the decline in church attendance and vocations to the priesthood throughout the world as the church continues to prohibit divorced and remarried Catholics from receiving the communion wafer. He visits European parishes where women now perform the functions of missing male priests—and where the remaining parishioners would welcome the admission of women to the priesthood, if the church would allow it. Pope Francis's emphasis on pastoral compassion for all who struggle with the burden of family life has also provoked the ire of traditionalists in the Roman Curia and elsewhere. He knows from personal experience what life is like for the poor in Buenos Aires and other metropolises of the globalized world, and highlights the contrast between the vital, vibrant faith of these parishioners and the disillusionment of European Catholics. Pope Francis and his supporters are locked in a battle with the defenders of the traditional hard line and with ecclesiastical corruption. In this conflict, the future of Catholicism is at stake—and it is far from certain Francis will succeed in saving the institution from decline.

The Fate Of Katherine Carr

Author: Thomas H. Cook
Publisher: HMH
ISBN: 0547488637
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An “eerily poignant novel” about a grieving father and a cold-case mystery, from an Edgar Award winner (PublishersWeekly, starred review). George Gates used to be a travel writer who specialized in places where people disappeared—Judge Crater, the Lost Colony. Then his eight-year-old son was murdered, the killer never found, and Gates gave up disappearance. Now he writes stories of redemptive triviality about flower festivals and local celebrities for the town paper, and spends his evenings haunted by the image of his son’s last day. Enter Arlo McBride, a retired missing-persons detective still obsessed with the unsolved case of Katherine Carr. When he gives Gates the story she left behind—a story of a man stalking a woman named Katherine Carr—Gates too is drawn inexorably into a search for the missing author’s brief life and uncertain fate. And as he goes deeper, he begins to suspect that her tale holds the key not only to her fate, but to his own. “Every Thomas H. Cook novel is a subtle mind game, but The Fate of Katherine Carr is positively haunting.” —The New York Times Book Review “Disturbing, psychologically complex . . . At each level, the novel ponders questions of good and evil, of guilt and retribution, and the power of storytelling itself.” —Associated Press

The Time Of Our Lives

Author: Lynda Page
Publisher: Headline
ISBN: 0755398440
Size: 15.86 MB
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A young runaway finds happiness, romance and drama at Jolly's Holiday Camp. Set in a holiday camp in the late 1950s, Lynda Page's saga, The Time of Our Lives, is full of hilarious anecdotes and heart-warming adventures amongst the holidaymakers and staff. Sure to appeal to fans of Kate Thompson and Elaine Everest. When Rhonda Fleming runs away from home, the last place she expects to end up is at a Jolly's Holiday Camp. But a chance encounter with a chalet maid at the train station leads Rhonnie to Mablethorpe on a cold winter's day and her life changes for ever. Thrown in at the deep end working for the boss's wife, Rhonnie discovers there's never a dull moment at Jolly's - particularly with staff like Dan around. From the beauty contest by the pool to jiving in the Paradise dance hall, and from the rollercoaster at the fair to sitting on a moonlit beach, the holidaymakers are guaranteed to have the time of their lives. But when the boss's son reappears, nothing can prepare Rhonnie for what lies ahead... What readers are saying about The Time of Our Lives: 'Lynda Page again excels herself... amazing, brilliant writer' 'Another book by Lynda Page that I could not put down, twist and turns kept me guessing at what the outcome would be' 'Thoroughly enjoyed it... Lovely, believable characters and very well written. A good book to get lost in and just enjoy'