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The Sober Kitchen

Author : Liz Scott
ISBN : 1558322213
Genre : Cooking
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People in the early stages of alcoholism recovery are often sugar-addicted and nutritionally deficient. Trained chef and recovering alcoholic Liz Scott tackles these issues head on in a cookbook that pursues lifelong sobriety through building a healthy lifestyle around food.
Category: Cooking

The Sober Diaries

Author : Clare Pooley
ISBN : 9781473661882
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Like many women, Clare Pooley found the juggle of a stressful career and family life a struggle so she left her successful role as a Managing Partner in one of the world's biggest advertising agencies to look after her family. She knew the change wouldn't be easy but she never expected to find herself an overweight, depressed, middle-aged mother of three who was drinking more than a bottle of wine a day, and spending her evenings Googling 'Am I an alcoholic?' This book is the bravely honest story of a year in Clare's life. A year that started with her quitting booze and then being given the devastating diagnosis of breast cancer. By the end of the year she is booze-free and cancer-free, she no longer has a wine belly, is two stone lighter and with a life that is so much richer, healthier and more rewarding than ever before. She has a happier family and a more positive outlook. Sober Diaries is an upbeat, funny and positive look at how to live life to the full. Interwoven within Clare's own very personal and brilliantly comic story is research and advice as she discovers the answers to questions like: How do I know if I'm drinking too much? How will I cope at parties? What do I say to friends and family? How do I cope with cravings? If I stop drinking will I lose weight? What if my partner still drinks? And many more.
Category: Family & Relationships

0 00 Tales Of The Sober Kid At College

Author : Joe Micik
ISBN : 9781477609996
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Joe Micik's first novel and the first in the Connor Reynolds series. There is a stereotype of college kids, even those heading there for the first time: they like to drink, party, smoke, and break whatever other rules they can, if only for the sake of breaking them. Connor Reynolds does not fit this description.Connor is an 18-year old young man from a small town in Michigan who heads to Ohio for college, and on the outside, he appears to be a standoffish killjoy with no real desire to be there or make friends. What the people there don't know is why.As it turns out, Connor used to behave like a lot of students he meets at Garfield State University, but he experienced a life-changing event almost a year earlier that completely altered his perception of both his peers and his existence. The trauma ended, but the burden of pain and fear follow him wherever he goes, making for an awkward, miserable experience. Connor avoids interpersonal contact whenever possible and hides his past, while one of his secrets in particular tears him apart from the inside.In spite of his insistence that he be left alone, he is befriended at school by one person with a big heart who takes a special interest in breaking him out of his shell, but Connor refuses. Yet when his personal life begins to spiral out of control, he is thrust into the depths of his own psyche and disaster looks ready to strike again. Connor is forced to make many hard decisions to improve his status and open himself up to friendship. Unfortunately, one of those choices has the complete opposite of the intended effect and threatens to ruin his life.A blend of sarcastic humor and drama, this young adult novel is a story of fear, sacrifice, and finding oneself.

The Queen Of Hearts

Author : Kimmery Martin
ISBN : 9780399585067
Genre : Fiction
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A debut novel set against a background of hospital rounds and life-or-death decisions that pulses with humor and empathy and explores the heart's capacity for forgiveness... Zadie Anson and Emma Colley have been best friends since their early twenties, when they first began navigating serious romantic relationships amid the intensity of medical school. Now they're happily married wives and mothers with successful careers--Zadie as a pediatric cardiologist and Emma as a trauma surgeon. Their lives in Charlotte, North Carolina are chaotic but fulfilling, until the return of a former colleague unearths a secret one of them has been harboring for years. As chief resident, Nick Xenokostas was the center of Zadie's life--both professionally and personally--throughout a tragic chain of events in her third year of medical school that she has long since put behind her. Nick's unexpected reappearance during a time of new professional crisis shocks both women into a deeper look at the difficult choices they made at the beginning of their careers. As it becomes evident that Emma must have known more than she revealed about circumstances that nearly derailed both their lives, Zadie starts to question everything she thought she knew about her closest friend.
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The Publishers Weekly

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ISBN : UCSD:31822036517563
Genre : American literature
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Category: American literature

Buyer S Guide

Author : William White
ISBN : UVA:X030048037
Genre : Library science
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Category: Library science

Cord In The Kitchen

Author : Malio Valente
ISBN : 9781469141992
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This story is about a thirteen year old boy who finds him-self living with a family of people who are half Native American and Half European. The boy had been abandoned by his birth parents and he had become a member of Oregons Foster Care System. He has difficulty adjusting to his life in foster care and almost finds himself being sent to reform school but his best friend ever, Kenny Proud-foot Schneider, saves him from being sent to reform school. Frankie Martin follows his nose and his heart and with the help of God and his Guardian Angel he finds himself working at a reform school as a Mechanical Drawing Teacher, where he discovers a startling fact about himself.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Lanzia I

Author : Giancarlo Gabbrielli
ISBN : 9781477201510
Genre : Fiction
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The Lanzis I, is the story of a courageous family. It takes you from the period that followed WWI, during the time of the rise of Fascism, up to and including WWII and the liberation of Italy by the Americans. This litterary novel bursts with reality; it is beautiful, painful and remorseless. Well known events are seen through new eyes, in an original and refreshingly appealing way. The story portrays 'real' people as they are seldom characterized in North American litterature. The Lanzis, chronicles a proud family who resist the pressure of an autocratic Regime. It also depicts the poignant story of a young boy, sexually coming of age; his innocence set against the backdrop of the war.
Category: Fiction