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Dying To Fit In

Author : Erica McKenzie Bsn Rn
ISBN : 1508840091
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In 2002, thirty-one year old Erica McKenzie's lifelong battle with addiction and body image ended one day when she collapsed to the floor unconscious. Within moments, she was pulled through a tunnel at exhilarating speed and delivered into the hands of God. In Heaven, God revealed the importance of free will and the destiny of mankind. Dying to Fit In is the true story of one woman's extraordinary near-death experience with God and her journey to Heaven, Hell, and back. Erica discovered God's Divine plan-a blueprint-unique gifts he bestows on each of us, and the key to unlock their power. She returned with a new mission, to share these messages with the world. But first she would endure many challenges that would test her faith and connection with God and which began with learning to love herself. Her God-given wisdom is a gift beyond price, a gift she shares with readers in this book.
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Dying To Fit In

Author : J. E. Henricks
ISBN : 9781440143175
Genre : Fiction
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Leaving New York to teach at a state university in the Midwest, Maggie Bell, a young philosophy professor, expects to spend a quiet year leading an ordinary academic life. While learning more about the behind-the-scenes workings in the academic world than she wanted to know, she quickly finds that a small university town can harbor as many quirky characters and strange events as any big city. When she gets involved in helping a colleague deal with sexual harassment, the last thing she expects is to find her colleague dead. Is it simply a tragic accident, as everyone is saying, or is it murder? What she had hoped would be a calm, uneventful year turns into a frantic search for answers.
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Bullied Dying To Fit In

Author : Normandy Piccolo
ISBN : 0997934948
Genre : Bullying
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Bullied Dying to Fit In is every bullied person¿s story that needs to be heard. Will you listen?
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Speaking Of Dying

Author : Fred Craddock
ISBN : 9781587433238
Genre : Religion
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This book reminds the church of its considerable resources when it ministers to the terminally ill. Typically, a terminal diagnosis triggers denial of impending death and a full-scale resort to the techniques and resources of modern medicine. If a cure is not forthcoming, the patient and his or her loved ones experience a sense of failure and bitter disappointment.Here the authors show what is lost when the church abdicates its own resources of faith in the face of dying. They outline a practical theological response to terminal illness and the event of dying, showing how the liturgy--particularly baptism--prepares Christians to die and how the Eucharist sustains us in our dying. They also discuss how to talk to a dying person and how to preach on death and dying. Thus this is not a book on grief or even on death so much as it is on the process of dying and how the church can more faithfully and effectively engage those who are dying. The book includes a foreword by Stanley Hauerwas.
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The Land Of Death And Dying

Author : Penelope de la Haya
ISBN : 9781546221821
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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This is the second book in a trilogy in the form of fictional novels. The main character travels through time on an adventure called life. Volume 2 is told from the perspective of a child growing into an adult, experiencing life on planet earth. The details are not as important as the central theme. As you read this story, keep in mind a basic truth: these are real places for all of us, lifelike situations common to all of us that are meant to be. It is creative, tantalizing, full of insight, touching, absorbing, emotional, beautiful, sympathetic, deeply human, fearful, tragic, and humorous. You may check out other book series: U Only Get 1: Destination: Planet Earth Book 1 The Land of the Living: Into Eternity: Book 3
Category: Juvenile Fiction

No Place For Dying

Author : Helen Stanton Chapple
ISBN : 9781598744033
Genre : Medical
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This book shows how dying is a management problem for hospitals, occupying space but few billable encounters and of little interest to medical practice or quality control. An anthropologist and bioethicist with two decades of professional nursing experience, Helen Chapple goes beyond current work on hospital care to present fine-grained accounts of the clinicians, patients, and families who navigate this uncharted, untidy, and unpredictable territory between the highly choreographed project of rescue and the clinical culmination of death.
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Dying Embers

Author : Robert E. Bailey
ISBN : 9781937868024
Genre : Fiction
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Art Hardin, retired military intelligence officer turned private investigator, is content with his regular caseload involving insurance fraud and employee theft. So when a wealthy industrialist approaches Art to find an old flame, hes wary of taking on the case. Only when pressed by his wife, Wendy, does Art agree to help, but only if the decision to make contact is left to the missing person. The former lover, a reclusive but prominent artist who has changed her name, turns up dead shortly after Art locates her. His client charged with murder and his detectives license revoked, an angry Hardin finds himself the subject of "professional" surveillance, his office ransacked, and his life up for grabs as a shoot out erupts on the street. The FBI, long on requests and short on information, approaches Art for his help. to act as bait. Seemingly out of options, Art agrees, but with an ace up his sleeve. Aided by an outlaw motorcycle gang, Art decides that, this time, the bait is going to bite back.
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A Breath Before Dying

Author : C. Alan Lytle
ISBN : 9781469780689
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After 30 years of failed relationships and poor choices, a self-declared loser searches for the strength to end his life, but fate shows him that the future can be quite different from the past.
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Dying Was Easy

Author : Stephen Craig Zinck
ISBN : 9781460258828
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Dying Was Easy is a candid, heartfelt and irreverent insight into one man's ongoing battles with terminal cancer. The anger. The tears. The laughter. A testament to stubborn resilience and an optimistic outlook, this book may not convince you that cancer can be beaten, but you will understand that it is something that you can live with. A must read for patients and caregivers, Dying Was Easy will provide a look into one of those areas of life we all dread - facing death before your time. Hopefully, it will give you the peace-of-mind to handle whatever life will throw your way.
Category: Health & Fitness

Love And Other Ways Of Dying

Author : Michael Paterniti
ISBN : 9780812997514
Genre : Literary Collections
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LONGLISTED FOR THE NATIONAL BOOK AWARD • NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY KIRKUS REVIEWS • In this moving, lyrical, and ultimately uplifting collection of essays, Michael Paterniti turns a keen eye on the full range of human experience, introducing us to an unforgettable cast of everyday people. Michael Paterniti is one of the most original and empathic storytellers working today. His writing has been described as “humane, devastating, and beautiful” by Elizabeth Gilbert, “spellbinding” by Anthony Doerr, and “expansive and joyful” by George Saunders. In the seventeen wide-ranging essays collected for the first time in Love and Other Ways of Dying, he brings his full literary powers to bear, pondering happiness and grief, memory and the redemptive power of human connection. In the remote Ukranian countryside, Paterniti picks apples (and faces mortality) with a real-life giant; in Nanjing, China, he confronts a distraught jumper on a suicide bridge; in Dodge City, Kansas, he takes up residence at a roadside hotel and sees, firsthand, the ways in which the racial divide turns neighbor against neighbor. In each instance, Paterniti illuminates the full spectrum of human experience, introducing us to unforgettable everyday people and bygone legends, exploring the big ideas and emotions that move us. Paterniti reenacts François Mitterrand’s last meal in a rustic dining room in France and drives across America with Albert Einstein’s brain in the trunk of his rental car, floating in a Tupperware container. He delves with heartbreaking detail into the aftermath of a plane crash off the coast of Nova Scotia, an earthquake in Haiti, and a tsunami in Japan—and, in searing swirls of language, unearths the complicated, hidden truths these moments of extremity teach us about our ability to endure, and to love. Michael Paterniti has spent the past two decades grappling with some of our most powerful subjects and incomprehensible events, taking an unflinching point of view that seeks to edify as it resists easy answers. At every turn, his work attempts to make sense of both love and loss, and leaves us with a profound sense of what it means to be human. As he writes in the Introduction to this book, “The more we examine the grooves and scars of this life, the more free and complete we become.” Praise for Michael Paterniti and Love and Other Ways of Dying “One of the best books I’ve read all year . . . These pieces are exceptional artifacts of literary journalism.”—Mark O’Connell, Slate “These pieces are extraordinary. . . . Journalism elevated beyond its ordinary capacities, well into the realm of literature.”—Columbia Journalism Review “A fearless, spellbinding collection of inquiries by a brilliant, globally minded essayist whose writing is magic and whose worldview brims with compassion . . . The size of Michael Paterniti’s curiosity is matched only by the size of his heart.”—Anthony Doerr, author of All the Light We Cannot See “Michael Paterniti is a genius.”—Elizabeth Gilbert, author of The Signature of All Things “One of the best living practitioners of the art of literary journalism, able to fully elucidate and humanize the everyday and the epic.”—Dave Eggers, author of The Circle “In each of these essays, Michael Paterniti unveils life for us, the beauty and heartbreak of it, as we would never see it ourselves but now can never forget it. Paterniti is brilliant—a rare master—and one of my favorite authors on earth.”—Lily King, author of Euphoria
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Dying With Confidence

Author : Anyen
ISBN : 9780861719242
Genre : Religion
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Anyen Rinpoche's wise and reassuring voice guides readers through the Tibetan Buddhist teachings on death and dying, while providing practical tools for end-of-life and estate planning. Dying with Confidence reads like a remarkable how-to guide, laying out in clear and straightforward language the preparations we must make and the best practices to use while dying to further our goal of enlightenment.
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Death Dying And Bereavement

Author : Judith M. Stillion, PhD, CT
ISBN : 9780826171429
Genre : Social Science
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Delivers the collective wisdom of foremost scholars and practitioners in the death and dying movement from its inception to the present. Written by luminaries who have shaped the field, this capstone book distills the collective wisdom of foremost scholars and practitioners who together have nearly a millennium of experience in the death and dying movement. The book bears witness to the evolution of the movement and presents the insights of its pioneers, eyewitnesses, and major contributors past and present. Its chapters address contemporary intellectual, institutional, and practice developments in thanatology: hospice and palliative care; funeral practice; death education; and caring of the dying, suicidal, bereaved, and traumatized. With a breadth and depth found in no other text on death, dying, and bereavement, the book disseminates the thinking of prominent authors William Worden, David Clark, Tony Walter, Robert Neimeyer, Charles Corr, Phyllis Silverman, Betty Davies, Therese A. Rando, Colin Murray Parkes, Kenneth Doka, Allan Kellehear, Sandra Bertman, Stephen Connor, Linda Goldman, Mary Vachon, and others. Their chapters discuss the most significant facets of early development, review important current work, and assess major challenges and hopes for the future in the areas of their expertise. A substantial chronology of important milestones in the contemporary movement introduces the book, frames the chapters to follow, and provides guidance for further, in-depth reading. The book first focuses on the interdisciplinary intellectual achievements that have formed the foundation of the field of thanatology. The section on institutional innovations encompasses contributions in hospice and palliative care of the dying and their families; funeral service; and death education. The section on practices addresses approaches to counseling and providing support for individuals, families, and communities on issues related to dying, bereavement, suicide, trauma, disaster, and caregiving. An Afterword identifies challenges and looks toward future developments that promise to sustain, further enrich, and strengthen the movement. KEY FEATURES: Distills the wisdom of pioneers in and major contributors to the contemporary death, dying, and bereavement movement Includes living witness accounts of the movement's evolution and important milestones Presents the best contemporary thinking in thanatology Describes contemporary institutional developments in hospice and palliative care, funeral practice, and death education Illuminates best practices in care of the dying, suicidal, bereaved, and traumatized
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Dying Planet

Author : Robert Markley
ISBN : 9780822387275
Genre : Science
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For more than a century, Mars has been at the center of debates about humanity’s place in the cosmos. Focusing on perceptions of the red planet in scientific works and science fiction, Dying Planet analyzes the ways Mars has served as a screen onto which humankind has projected both its hopes for the future and its fears of ecological devastation on Earth. Robert Markley draws on planetary astronomy, the history and cultural study of science, science fiction, literary and cultural criticism, ecology, and astrobiology to offer a cross-disciplinary investigation of the cultural and scientific dynamics that have kept Mars on front pages since the 1800s. Markley interweaves chapters on science and science fiction, enabling him to illuminate each arena and to explore the ways their concerns overlap and influence one another. He tracks all the major scientific developments, from observations through primitive telescopes in the seventeenth century to data returned by the rovers that landed on Mars in 2004. Markley describes how major science fiction writers—H. G. Wells, Kim Stanley Robinson, Philip K. Dick, Edgar Rice Burroughs, Ray Bradbury, Robert Heinlein, and Judith Merril—responded to new theories and new controversies. He also considers representations of Mars in film, on the radio, and in the popular press. In its comprehensive study of both science and science fiction, Dying Planet reveals how changing conceptions of Mars have had crucial consequences for understanding ecology on Earth.
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Dying Days

Author : Ken Fry
ISBN : 9781848763210
Genre : Fiction
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Scott Anderson is terminally ill, and is not expected to live much longer. As an ex-RAF officer from World War Two, operating in Bomber Command, he has come to realise that once he is dead, there will be no one to pass on what he knows about his life; what he did with it, and the lives of his ancestors.He wants his adult children to know about his history so they, in turn, can pass it onto their children. It’s important, he thinks, to know where you come from, your roots and your heritage.He begins to dictate his story to his son Hugh. It’s an extensive and highly surprising account of Anderson’s wartime experiences and his early life. He also reveals the whereabouts of a large, locked wooden chest, which is only to be opened once he has died. Inside, he says, they will find part of their inheritance.In fact, what Anderson’s children find in the box will ensure that their lives will never be the same again. There was, it seems, a darker reason for his deathbed revelation, and the box contains a shocking legacy that will impact deeply on all their lives and, in doing so, will take them around the world.
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Dying To Meet You

Author : B. Robert Anderson
ISBN : 9781465314659
Genre : Fiction
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Dying to Meet You revolves around a signature killing, in fact around several killings. Why the signature? Who is using someone elses identity? Stephen Eliot lived by the clich. He also died that way. Again, Lieutenant RC Frane and his partner, Sergeant Greta Rogers track much of the mystery through the food industry, but in a new direction. Thousands of canned tomato products destined to top pizzas in Philadelphia. Food broker, Stephen Eliot also has some interesting needs, before he is murdered. Overlapping crimes complicate figuring out who did the deeds. Through gentle persistence, the two officers peel away events to solve what originally looked like serial murders.
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Dying For Ideas

Author : Costica Bradatan
ISBN : 9781472525826
Genre : Philosophy
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What do Socrates, Hypatia, Giordano Bruno, Thomas More, and Jan Patocka have in common? First, they were all faced one day with the most difficult of choices: stay faithful to your ideas and die or renounce them and stay alive. Second, they all chose to die. Their spectacular deaths have become not only an integral part of their biographies, but are also inseparable from their work. A "death for ideas" is a piece of philosophical work in its own right; Socrates may have never written a line, but his death is one of the greatest philosophical best-sellers of all time. Dying for Ideas explores the limit-situation in which philosophers find themselves when the only means of persuasion they can use is their own dying bodies and the public spectacle of their death. The book tells the story of the philosopher's encounter with death as seen from several angles: the tradition of philosophy as an art of living; the body as the site of self-transcending; death as a classical philosophical topic; taming death and self-fashioning; finally, the philosophers' scapegoating and their live performance of a martyr's death, followed by apotheosis and disappearance into myth. While rooted in the history of philosophy, Dying for Ideas is an exercise in breaking disciplinary boundaries. This is a book about Socrates and Heidegger, but also about Gandhi's "fasting unto death" and self-immolation; about Girard and Passolini, and self-fashioning and the art of the essay.
Category: Philosophy

Dying To Live

Author : Kim Baldwin
ISBN : 9781602824997
Genre : Fiction
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Can you out run death? Zoe Anderson-Howe's pampered life is abruptly shattered when she's taken hostage by FARC guerrillas while on a business trip to Bogota. While her father struggles to come up with the ransom, the British socialite must endure hardships that test her both mentally and physically. Elite Operative Fetch has been living in the Colombian jungle for six months on a mission to infiltrate the FARC and orchestrate the rescue of western hostages. When Zoe is added to her assignment, Fetch's sense of duty must override the disdain she initially feels for the self-indulgent tabloid queen. The task of freeing Zoe gains new urgency when it appears she may be key in stopping a mysterious new virus that is racing across the globe, killing indiscriminately. The support Fetch counted on is needed elsewhere. Can she get Zoe out of there on her own, and will that be enough to save the millions of lives in peril? Fourth in the romantic intrigue series: Elite Operatives
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A Dying Fall

Author : Elly Griffiths
ISBN : 9780857388889
Genre : Fiction
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When murder strikes close to home, Dr Ruth Galloway is determined to find justice - without ending up in the firing line herself. 'One of the most cinematic finales in recent crime fiction' Daily Telegraph Dr Ruth Galloway, forensic archaeologist, spends a lot of time looking at death. But now death has found her, with the news that her long-time friend and ex-colleague Dan Golding has been killed in a house fire. Ruth's grief soon turns to suspicion of arson when she receives a desperate letter from Dan, sent the day before he died. He had made a ground-breaking discovery that he was sure would change archaeology forever - and was petrified of the consequences. Ruth feels compelled to travel north to investigate further, alongside DCI Harry Nelson who is also drawn into the case. But where Ruth goes, so does her young daughter, Kate. This time, the risks are even higher.
Category: Fiction

Dying To Marry

Author : Janelle Taylor
ISBN : 9781420127362
Genre : Fiction
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New York Times bestselling author Janelle Taylor turns up the heat and pours on the suspense in her latest romantic thriller, as childhood friends are drawn into a tangle of secrets that may cost them their lives. . . This Time It's Personal. . . Holly Morrow is shocked to hear about her cousin Lizzie's sudden wedding to Dylan Dunhill--of the wealthy Dunhills, who simply don't mix with wrong-side-of-the-tracks kids like the Morrows. Stranger still, Lizzie has received frightening threats and the bridal party has suffered dangerous near-miss "accidents." But when Holly learns that her childhood friend Jake Boone is now Dylan's pal, she knows that everything's changed--except her attraction to the steady, sexy P.I., the only person willing to help her unmask the wedding's enemy. . . . . .And Deadly Jake has loved Holly forever--but when she left Troutville, scraping the dirt of her childhood off her high-heeled boots, he promised himself he would move on. With Holly back in town, however, forgetting the way she makes him feel isn't easy--and ignoring the violent threats delivered to the wedding party could prove deadly. He'll have to keep desire at arm's length to keep his wits about him--and unmask a killer before his friend's marriage leads to brutal murder. . .
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