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Author : Patrick McNamara
ISBN : 9780313345128
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Draws us into the world of nightmares, explaining what is known, suspected, and still mysterious about them, as well as why they might not be a sign of disorder but, instead, like a fever - unpleasant yet adaptive and even life-giving.
Category: Health & Fitness


Author : Stase Michaels
ISBN : 1454927372
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What causes our worst nightmares? Stase Michaels applies her signature out-of-the-box perspective on the dreams that shake us out of sleep, breaking down their symbolism, trajectory, and unspoken logic. She supplies the tools for nuanced readings, along with fascinating thoughts on societal nightmares and strategies for preventing recurring nightmares and invasive bad dreams triggered by daily anxieties.

The Trouble With Dreams

Author : Samuel Garcia
ISBN : 9781604741698
Genre : Fiction
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A jovial teen endangers his life and pays for it throughout high school. He begins to fear he will never live a normal life again. He immediately falls in love and hopes the girl will make it all better. When the girl doesnat fall in love with him, he spirals down into a depression. He turns to drugs and drinking to alleviate his problems, but they only make them worse. He is an emotional wreck and a recluse when he leaves his family to go to college in New York. There he tries to forget the past horrible year, but the past continues to haunt him and his dreams. His dreams become more vivid and more disturbing. When he returns home, he realizes heas still in love. He then goes back to school and is determined to throw his emotions away and forget her and his dreams.
Category: Fiction


Author : Jason Segel
ISBN : 9780385384032
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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"Coraline meets Monsters, Inc. in this delightfully entertaining offering from actor [Jason] Segel and co-author [Kirsten] Miller."—Publishers Weekly The hilariously frightening, middle-grade novel Nightmares! is a Texas Bluebonnet nominee and the first book in a trilogy about a boy named Charlie and a group of kids who must face their fears to save their town. Sleeping has never been so scary. And now waking up is even worse! Charlie Laird has several problems. 1. His dad married a woman he is sure moonlights as a witch. 2. He had to move into her purple mansion, which is NOT a place you want to find yourself after dark. 3.He can’t remember the last time sleeping wasn’t a nightmarish prospect. Like even a nap. What Charlie doesn’t know is that his problems are about to get a whole lot more real. Nightmares can ruin a good night’s sleep, but when they start slipping out of your dreams and into the waking world—that’s a line that should never be crossed. And when your worst nightmares start to come true . . . well, that’s something only Charlie can face. And he’s going to need all the help he can get, or it might just be lights-out for Charlie Laird. For good. Praise for Nightmares! Book one is a New York Times bestseller and Texas Bluebonnet nominee! "Charlie Laird, who learns fear will eat you alive if you feed it, makes an impression, and...readers will want to accompany him again."—The New York Times Book Review "A touching comical saga...about facing things that go bump in the night."—US Weekly "“[Nightmares!] succeeds at scaring and amusing in equal measure…[It's] sweet, charming, and imaginative."—Kirkus Reviews "Segel...and Miller build an entertaining, cartoony world full of scary (but not too scary) monsters, silly jokes, plucky kid heroes...with a promise of adventures to come."—Booklist "An engaging and creative story...woven with a generous amount [of] humor."—VOYA "There's humor and a fairly high ick-factor."—School Library Journal "Cleverly crafted...This novel presents just the right mix of 'scary and humorous.'"—ILA Literacy Daily
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Counselling With Dreams And Nightmares

Author : Delia Cushway
ISBN : 1446225208
Genre : Counseling
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Treads a useful path between the nonsensical over-analysis and over-generalization that one tends to get from the more tabloid approach, and the dry academic stance that could rob the material of its creative potential... The authors are enthusiastic and creative enough to make this a useful book for a variety of professionals, producing concrete description for those who need this and ideas for others... it makes clear that there are structured and pragmatic ways of working with this material that can deepen insight and produce more creative use of the therapy setting... an enjoyable and useful read for a wide variety of professionals' - "Journal of Mental Health " This practical, eclectic guide points out that dreams are not the prerogative of psychoanalysts, and is the first to provide counsellors with a model and techniques for working with their clients' dreams and nightmares. Using case examples throughout, the authors demonstrate that, used with sensitivity, dreamwork can prove a fruitful therapeutic tool. The emphasis is on the fact that dreams are the creation of, and belong' to, the dreamer and that they offer a powerful means of access to an individual's emotional and creative life. Chapters describe objective methods of understanding and interpreting dream language and symbols, and vivid subjective methods by which clients can be encouraged to experience the emotional content of the dream in the counselling session. Different types of nightmare are defined and separate guidelines are outlined for working with and alleviating nightmare distress. Guidance is also given on how to deal with post-traumatic nightmares, night terrors and children's nightmares.
Category: Counseling


Author : Alex Lukeman
ISBN : 9780871319173
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Lukeman delves into nightmares, examining causes such as illness, medications, stress, and trauma, and presents simple, practical processes for dealing with terrifying dreams.
Category: Health & Fitness

Nightmares The Sleepwalker Tonic

Author : Jason Segel
ISBN : 9781448193349
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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The sequel to the funny and scary bestselling novel Nightmares! by multi-talented actor, Jason Segel, and bestselling author, Kirsten Miller. You thought the nightmares were over? You'd better keep the lights on! Since Charlie escaped from Netherworld, the land of nightmares, he’s been sleeping soundly once more. But he can't shake the feeling that something strange is going on – his creepy stepmother's plant store is losing customers as everyone heads to the town of Orville Falls. Stranger still, Orvill Falls is suddenly full . . . of zombies? At least, they sure look like the walking dead . . . Could it be that the inhabitants of the town are also starting to lose sleep? Charlie knows one thing for sure: things are about to get weird again.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

The Book Of Nightmares

Author : Galway Kinnell
ISBN : 0395120985
Genre : Poetry
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Galway Kinnell's poetry has always been marked by richness of language, devotion to the things and creatures of the world, and an effort to transform every understanding into the universality of art.
Category: Poetry

American Nightmares

Author : Dale Bailey
ISBN : 9780299268732
Genre : Literary Criticism
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When Edgar Allan Poe set down the tale of the accursed House of Usher in 1839, he also laid the foundation for a literary tradition that has assumed a lasting role in American culture. “The House of Usher” and its literary progeny have not lacked for tenants in the century and a half since: writers from Nathaniel Hawthorne to Stephen King have taken rooms in the haunted houses of American fiction. Dale Bailey traces the haunted house tale from its origins in English gothic fiction to the paperback potboilers of the present, highlighting the unique significance of the house in the domestic, economic, and social ideologies of our nation. The author concludes that the haunted house has become a powerful and profoundly subversive symbol of everything that has gone nightmarishly awry in the American Dream.
Category: Literary Criticism