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Rock Addiction

Author : Nalini Singh
ISBN : 1937776999
Genre : Love stories
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Molly Webster has always followed the rules. After an ugly scandal tore apart her childhood and made her the focus of the media's harsh spotlight, she vowed to live an ordinary life. No fame. No impropriety. No pain. Then she meets Zachary Fox, a tattooed bad boy rocker with a voice like whiskey and sin, and a touch that could become an addiction.
Category: Love stories

The R O C K Workbook A Guide To Overcoming Addictions

Author : Jackie A. Teunessen
ISBN : 9781603832762
Genre : Religion
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The R.O.C.K Workbook provides a recovery model for any addiction based upon Biblical truths. The model has been used successfully with ex-offenders, addicts, alcoholics and individuals who have failed with other traditional treatment. The workbook can be used in groups, treatment programs or individual self-help settings. The R.O.C.K addresses the underlying issues of addiction, which keep people imprisoned to a life of bondage. This Workbook offers individuals the opportunity to be set free through a God-given journey. You can be set free from dysfunctional behavior, and the chains that keep you trapped if you are willing to take the journey!
Category: Religion

Thirty Rooms To Hide In

Author : Luke Sullivan
ISBN : 9780816679553
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Author Luke Longstreet Sullivan has a simple way of describing his new memoir: “It's like The Shining . . . only funnier.” And as this astonishing account reveals, the comment is accurate. Thirty Rooms to Hide In tells the story of Sullivan's father and his descent from being one of the world's top orthopedic surgeons at the Mayo Clinic to a man who is increasingly abusive, alcoholic, and insane, ultimately dying alone on the floor of a Georgia motel. For his wife and six sons, the years prior to his death were years of turmoil, anger, and family dysfunction; but somehow, they were also a time of real happiness for Sullivan and his five brothers, full of dark humor and much laughter. Through the 1950s and 1960s, the six brothers had a wildly fun and thoroughly dysfunctional childhood living in a forbidding thirty-room mansion, known as the Millstone, on the outskirts of Rochester, Minnesota. The many rooms of the immense home, as well as their mother's loving protection, allowed the Sullivan brothers to grow up as normal, mischievous boys. Against a backdrop of the times—the Cold War, the Cuban Missile Crisis, fallout shelters, JFK's assassination, and the Beatles—the cracks in their home life and their father's psyche continue to widen. When their mother decides to leave the Millstone and move the family across town, the Sullivan boys are able to find solace in each other and in rock 'n' roll. As Thirty Rooms to Hide In follows the story of the Sullivan family—at times grim, at others poignant—there is a wonderful, dark humor that lifts the narrative. Tragic, funny, and powerfully evocative of the 1950s and 1960s, Thirty Rooms to Hide In is a tale of public success and private dysfunction, personal and familial resilience, and the strange power of humor to give refuge when it is needed most, even if it can't always provide the answers.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Perils Of One From Rock Cocaine In America

Author : Ronald Bacy
ISBN : 9781504963480
Genre : Fiction
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The story of this book reveals the explicit escapades of a black American male enduring the hardships of life caused by his excessive indulgence in rock cocaine. From an ambitious pursuit of success and a good life after graduating from high school to the introduction through an associate of cocaine in powder form, from there on into selling it in powder, and finally ending up both selling and using it in rock form. His unusual confrontations from drug dealers, encounters with the law, the frivolous contacts with stray people for the purpose of acquiring more currency to support his addiction, the manipulation of vulnerable prospects, the hustling, the stealing, and lying; all of the attributes that would eventually either bring an end to his life, or land him in prison.
Category: Fiction

Rock My Soul

Author : bell hooks
ISBN : 9780743457774
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 66.62 MB
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World-renowned scholar and visionary bell hooks takes an in-depth look at one of the most critical issues of our time, the impact of low self-esteem on the lives of black people. Without self-esteem everyone loses his or her sense of meaning, purpose, and power. For too long, African Americans in particular have been unable to openly and honestly address the crisis of self-esteem and how it affects the way they perceive themselves and are perceived by others. In her most challenging and provocative book to date, bell hooks gives voice to what many black people have thought and felt, but seldom articulated. She offers readers a clear, passionate examination of the role self-esteem plays in the African-American experience in determining whether individuals or groups succeed or self-sabotage. She considers the reasons why even among "the best and brightest" students at Ivy League institutions "there were young men and women beset by deep feelings of unworthiness, of ugliness inside and outside." She listened to the stories of her students and her peers -- baby boomers who had excelled -- and heard the same sentiments, including deep feelings of inadequacy. With critical insight, hooks exposes the underlying truth behind the crisis: it has been extremely difficult to create a culture that promotes and sustains a healthy sense of self-esteem in African-American communities. With true brilliance, she rigorously examines and identifies the barriers -- political and cultural -- that keep African Americans from emotional well-being. She looks at historical movements as well as parenting and how we make and sustain community. She discusses the revolutionary role preventative mental health care can play in promoting and maintaining self-esteem. Blending keen intellectual insight and practical wisdom, Rock My Soul provides a blueprint for healing a people and a nation.
Category: Social Science

Beggars And Thieves

Author : Mark S. Fleisher
ISBN : 0299147738
Genre : Social Science
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As the incidence of violent crime rises in the United States, so does the public demand for a solution. But what will work? Mark S. Fleisher has spent years among inmates in jails and prisons and on the streets with thieves, gang members, addicts, and life-long criminals in Seattle and other cities across the country. In Beggars and Thieves, he writes about how and why they become and remain offenders, and about the actual role of jails and prisons in efforts to deter crime and rehabilitate criminals. Fleisher shows, with wrenching firsthand accounts, that parents who are addicts, abusers, and criminals beget irreversibly damaged children who become addicts, abusers, and criminals. Further, Fleisher contends that many well-intentioned educational and vocational training programs are wasted because they are offered too late to help. And, he provides sobering evidence that many youthful and adult offenders find themselves better off in prison—with work to do, medical care, a clean place to sleep, regular meals, and stable social ties—than they are in America’s cities. Fleisher calls for anti-crime policies that are bold, practical, and absolutely imperative. He prescribes life terms for violent offenders, but in prisons structured as work communities, where privileges are earned through work in expanded, productive industries that reduce the financial burden of incarceration on the public. But most important, he argues that the only way to prevent street crime, cut prison growth, and reduce the waste of money and human lives is to permanently remove brutalized children from criminal, addicted, and violent parents.
Category: Social Science

Jane S Addiction

Author : Jake Brown
ISBN : 0983471622
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Jane's Addiction's instantly-legendary catalog of albums spawned a generational movement that would change the face of rock n' roll forever, giving way to mainstream alternative rock in the 1990s. Now, for the first time fans are taken behind the scenes and quite literally into the studio for V.I.P. access inside the writing and recording of the legendary classics Jane Says, Coming Down the Mountain, Three Days, Been Caught Stealing, Stop, and a host of other songs. Chronicled via exclusive interviews with lead producer Dave Jerden, engineer Ronnie S. Champagne, legendary Pink Floyd producer Bob Ezrin, as well as early players in discovering the band, including former Triple X Records A&R head Charlie Brown, and members of Perry Farrell's first L.A. band PSI COM (where the sonic foundations of Jane's experimental sound were first discovered/fine-tuned), this is by far the most definitive study of Jane's Addiction's legendary musical legacy. Now in the pages of a Jane's Addiction: in the Studio, ' fans get the first and only definitive look inside the making of Jane's Addiction's legendary, genre-altering catalog of hits!
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Cocaine Crisis

Author : David F. Allen
ISBN : 9781461318378
Genre : Medical
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Proceedings of a conference of experts on cocaine addiction, this early volume documents the devastating effects of crack, then a new cocaine preparation, and its extraordinary addicting properties. The Bahamian experience with crack provided an early warning about the extreme personal and social dangers of this drug .
Category: Medical

Unconnected

Author : David O. Bullock
ISBN : 9781490832135
Genre : Religion
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Do you ever feel like something is missing in your life? Have you ever wondered where things went wrong or how you got off track with your hopes and dreams? Are you plagued by questions for which there seem to be no answers? Do you feel a disconnect between the life you always wanted and your life as it is? Unconnected takes you on a journey through some amazing stories of incredible life change. These people discovered the connection that turned their lives completely around. Each story begins as a tragic tale of hopelessness and despair, but ends in triumph and the true joy of living life to the full. You can learn the difference the connection can make in your own life. Author David Bullock describes in detail the steps you need to take on your own journey to connection. Be forewarned that he believes everyone needs to laugh at least once a day, so don’t be surprised if his style occasionally leaves you laughing out loud. At other times you may find yourself crying as you read stories filled with struggle and heartbreak. You may even find that you can personally identify with some of them. In the end, you may understand how you too can escape the unconnected life and enter into a beautiful new world of connection. Do you want that? If so, then take this journey. Unconnected may have been written just for you!
Category: Religion