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Done With The Crying

Author : Sheri McGregor
ISBN : 0997352205
File Size : 69.70 MB
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In this encouraging book, Sheri McGregor helps parents of estranged adult children break free from emotional pain and move forward in their lives. With the latest research, her own experience, and insight from more than 9,000 parents, McGregor covers the growing trend of estranged adults from loving families. Devastated parents can be happy again.

When The Crying S Done

Author : Jeannette Kupfermann
ISBN : 086051787X
Genre : Family & Relationships
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When the Crying is Done is journalist Jeannette Kupfermann's personal account, based on her diaries, of how she came to terms with sudden death of her artist husband after twenty-three years of marriage. Her moving and sensitive approach will bring comfort and hope to other women mourning the loss of a loved husband, and help them as they seek the strength to pick up the pieces and reassemble their lives.
Category: Family & Relationships

The Crying Tree

Author : Naseem Rakha
ISBN : 076793220X
Genre : Fiction
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Irene and Nate Stanley are living a quiet and contented life with their two children, Bliss and Shep, on their family farm in southern Illinois when Nate suddenly announces he’s been offered a job as a deputy sheriff in Oregon. Irene fights her husband. She does not want to uproot her family and has deep misgivings about the move. Nevertheless, the family leaves, and they are just settling into their life in Oregon’s high desert when the unthinkable happens. Fifteen-year-old Shep is shot and killed during an apparent robbery in their home. The murderer, a young mechanic with a history of assault, robbery, and drug-related offenses, is caught and sentenced to death. Shep’s murder sends the Stanley family into a tailspin, with each member attempting to cope with the tragedy in his or her own way. Irene’s approach is to live, week after week, waiting for Daniel Robbin’s execution and the justice she feels she and her family deserve. Those weeks turn into months and then years. Ultimately, faced with a growing sense that Robbin’s death will not stop her pain, Irene takes the extraordinary and clandestine step of reaching out to her son’s killer. The two forge an unlikely connection that remains a secret from her family and friends. Years later, Irene receives the notice that she had craved for so long—Daniel Robbin has stopped his appeals and will be executed within a month. This announcement shakes the very core of the Stanley family. Irene, it turns out, isn’t the only one with a shocking secret to hide. As the execution date nears, the Stanleys must face difficult truths and find a way to come to terms with the past. Dramatic, wrenching, and ultimately uplifting, The Crying Tree is an unforgettable story of love and redemption, the unbreakable bonds of family, and the transformative power of forgiveness.
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Calm The Crying

Author : Priscilla Dunstan
ISBN : 9781101597934
Genre : Family & Relationships
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One of the world’s foremost parenting experts offers a revolutionary guide for translating a crying baby’s urgent messages. Like many new parents, Priscilla Dunstan was at her wit’s end trying to ease the crying of her colicky infant son. Then she made a startling discovery: His sounds varied according to his needs, and she could decipher their meaning by tracking the sound as a physical reflex. Unlike learned languages, Dunstan soon realized, every newborn from birth to three months possesses a natural, reflexive communication system for signaling hunger, tiredness, the need to burp, lower gas, and general discomfort. Thirteen years of research culminated in the Dunstan Baby Language, now made available to all caregivers in Calm the Crying. Helping readers learn to recognize and respond to exactly what their baby needs, Dunstan’s remarkable program covers ten sounds in total that can be identified and used to calm a baby. Brimming with diagrams and photographs, Calm the Crying reduces the frustration of wasted time spent addressing the wrong needs. A baby’s cries are a powerful form of communication—now made even more powerful because the message can be understood loud and clear.
Category: Family & Relationships

The Crying River

Author : Yer J. Lo
ISBN : 9781618979063
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Yer believed that her life would be peaceful and wonderful forever; that she would always be surrounded by family and friends in a small village. When the Secret War ended, American troops deserted her people and a sudden oppression from the Communists forced Yer and her family to flee into the jungle. There, they faced many hardships and must risk crossing a deadly river for a chance at freedom. Based on actual events, this stunning book stresses the importance of family. Yer's mother is the strength and glue that holds everyone together, showing unending courage and faith despite illness, starvation, exhaustion and fear of enemy detection. "The Crying River is an incredible story. Yer shows what it was like to be a Hmong living in Laos after the Secret War, describing the hardships and sacrifices so candidly that I cried. It's one thing to hear history in terms of the facts and dates, but reliving it through a young girl's eyes makes it come alive like nothing else can. This story is one that deserves to be read, not just to learn about one girl's childhood journey, but also to hear the voices of the Hmong, whose similar stories might never be told." -
Category: Biography & Autobiography

New Essays On The Crying Of Lot 49

Author : Patrick O'Donnell
ISBN : 0521381630
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The Crying of Lot 49 is widely recognized as a significant contemporary work that frames the desire for meaning and the quest for knowledge within the social and political contexts of the '50s and '60s in America. In the introduction to this collection of original essays on Thomas Pynchon's important novel, Patrick O'Donnell discusses the background and critical reception of the novel. Further essays by five experts on contemporary literature examine the novel's "semiotic regime" or the way in which it organizes signs; the comparison of postmodernist Pynchon and the influential South American writer, Jorge Luis Borges; metaphor in the novel; the novel's narrative strategies; and the novel within the cultural contexts of American Puritanism and the Beat movement. Together, these essays provide an examination of the novel within its literary, historical, and scientific contexts.
Category: Literary Criticism

The Cry Of A Woman S Heart

Author : Shirl Comick
ISBN : 9781469105130
Genre : Religion
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Families Living With Chronic Illness And Disability

Author : Paul W. Power, CRC
ISBN : 0826155820
Genre : Medical
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To help families manage an intense medical-related event, Power and Dell Orto propose that a family-oriented life and living perspective should be combined with a family intervention philosophy. Stressing acknowledgment of the adverse effects of the illness and an affirmation approach to family struggle and opportunities, the authors explore issues relevant to treatment, family adaptation, quality of life, and family survival. A unique feature of the text includes the organization of the chapters around thought-provoking personal statements followed by questions/experiential tasks designed to stimulate thought and discussion. This book is must reading for health and allied health professionals including physicians, nurses, rehabilitation counselors, social workers, psychologists, and family advocates and will serve as a useful textbook for professionals-in-training.
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The Crying Of The Wind

Author : Charles Gidley Wheeler
ISBN : 9780595366385
Genre : Fiction
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' What need have you to dread the monstrous crying of wind?' -W.B. Yeats Buenos Aires, 1939: Anna McGeoch arrives in Argentina from Scotland to join her brother and his wife and work on a Christian mission among the Matacos Indians. But within hours of her arrival she learns that her brother has been killed. Anna stays on in Buenos Aires and is welcomed into the glamorous lifestyle of the Hurlingham Club's polo-playing community. When she marries Tito Cadoret, a life of wealth and happiness seems to lie ahead. But, unknown to Anna, Cadoret is already in thrall to a corrupt and powerful lawyer, and as the years pass, he and his family are drawn ever deeper into a dark world of murder, blackmail, and the 'Dirty War'. When, in 1982, the British Task Force sails for the Falklands, Anna's daughter Nikki sails with it as a naval nurse aboard a hospital ship. After the battles are over, she tends the wounds of British and Argentine sailors and soldiers, and sees at first hand the tragedy and futility of armed conflict. As in the case of so many women down the centuries, Anna and Nikki suffer much in order to keep the family together, and the price they pay for personal freedom is high.
Category: Fiction

Blotting Out The Light

Author : Gwyneth Daniel Cheeseman
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A novel describing a curse that goes generations down a family due to criminal behaviour during WWII, and the callous indifference of two women who were identical twins and obsessed with each other.