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Screaming In Silence

Author : Mary Connor Guyton
ISBN : 9781430322290
Genre : Poetry
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screaming in silence is a collection of poetry from the teenage heart. Have you ever been in love? Have you ever thought that life was perfect? Has your heart ever been smashed into millions of pieces? Have you ever been scared to death? Come with me as I take you away. You will have an inside look at the heart of a young girl, struggling through her high school years. You will meet her friends, the outcasts, who refuse to conform. You will grow to love boys who she thought she would stay with forever; you will hate these same boys as they break her heart. Come with me and experience (or re-experience) what it's like to be a teenager. From the love, the confusion, the laughter, and the friendship to the loss, the rejection, the despair, and the tears.
Category: Poetry

Screaming In Silence

Author : Katy Sara Culling
ISBN : 9781849913508
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Description A serious pro-survival, pro-recovery book, written because I have been the survivor of many suicide attempts, not to forget also the person left behind after actual suicides, and the victim of serious self-harm in myself and those I love. I haven't attempted suicide or self-harmed for 8 years and I don't plan to do so again, but I always have my plan to hand. Starting at the age of 11, I have attempted suicide 443 times (sometimes barely surviving, twice dying, only to be revived) and for fifteen years I was a person who self-harmed - cutting and bloodletting, sometimes as self-harm, sometimes as a suicide attempt. The two are definitely linked but not all self-harm is suicidal, not all suicide attempts are meant to kill, and sadly about one million people kill themselves every year, not all of them meaning to. As I have also been the victim left behind when someone I loved took their own life, I really can see the issue from all perspectives. Allow me to fill you in on my personal experience first of all, so you know you are 'talking' to someone who really has been there before herself. Pull up a chair, or sit back in bed, and we will talk. About the Author Katy Sara Culling was born in Liverpool, North England, in January 1975, sharing her birth date rather aptly with Virginia Woolf. Daughter of Sue and Paul Culling, her family moved back to its roots in Derbyshire, where she grew up along with her younger sister Beth, in the village of Castle Donington, on the Derbyshire-Leicestershire border. However, even as young as 5 she exhibited symptoms of bipolar disorder (manic depression) - leading her to be loud and talkative, often in trouble. She also worried a great deal about death to an extent that is very unusual in one as young as she was. Not just her own death either. She attended a private school for girls, Loughborough High School, where she was an extremely high achieving student. Unfortunately, due to bullying and also to numb her rampant mania and depression, she developed anorexia nervosa and began to self-harm. She found that the anorexia and self-harming took over her life and made coping with mood swings easier because she did not feel their full effect anymore. Katy Sara then went to The University of Nottingham, where she studied Biochemistry and Nutrition. She did her (1st class) thesis on alcohol and metabolism, interested in the psychology of alcoholism. All this was done despite considerable illness including over 60 suicide attempts and purging-type anorexia - and yet more bullying. She was bullied for being anorexic by her fellow floor-mates. However her good academic work at Nottingham lead to an offer of a place at The University of Oxford, where she studied for a PhD (DPhil) in Clinical Medicine. Here she was a full time member of Linacre College Oxford and was never bullied. Linacre is a graduate only college. She took part in many cycling events for charity. In her final year she became so ill with anorexia and bipolar depression that she agreed to take time off her PhD (the worst decision of her life) and go into hospital (first as a day patient, then an inpatient on the general ward, and eventually a sectioned inpatient on the general ward). During those two years she attempted suicide over 300 times, dying twice, only to be revived. She also made several trips to the Emergency Room to be treated for either suicide attempts or self-harm. She finally, at the age of 28 got a diagnosis of bipolar I disorder and the correct medication, and had been mostly fine ever since. Her eating disorder spontaneously recovered when her bipolar disorder became more controlled. She later wrote up her PhD thesis and published her results. Katy Sara now works for the Bipolar Foundation - Equilibrium, an independent, international, non-governmental organisation dedicated to improving treatment and understanding of the causes and effects of bipolar disorder ('manic-depression'). Katy Sara

Screaming In Silence

Author : Genevieve Elliott
ISBN : 1925595048
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Screaming in Silence is the true story of a woman who, through the strength of her children, found a way to break the cycle of domestic violence and child abuse. It is a story of hope, sending a message out to others around the world who have dealt with or are dealing with abuse - you are not alone, you can be heard and helped. This book clearly outlines how people can become trapped within the cycle of abuse, often without even knowing or acknowledging it at the time. In a society where more and more stories of abuse emerge each day, it is an important read for those working in the welfare sector and also for those who have ever dealt with abuse directly or indirectly. The author has gone from being silenced to raising her voice in a message of peace, empowerment and hope.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Screaming In Silence

Author : Shane Rochon
ISBN : 1387047248
Genre : Fiction
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Four siblings need to reconcile among themselves as they prepare for their deceased father's memorial service. A story on the gift of second chances.
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Cycle 2 Screams Of Silence

Author : Dominic Lyne
ISBN : 9780956161284
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Dominic Lyne's Cycle-2 series charts the beginnings of the author's journey through the mental health system through a collection of illustrated shorts and diary entries. It allows the reader into the author's mind, revealing how he perceives the world around him, his thoughts and addictions. It provides an interesting insight into the mind of someone who is truly not connected with 'reality'. A look into the otherside of the mirror. This all-in-one edition compiles all three books and includes 'Eyes of Insanity', 80 pages of bonus material containing a wealth of previously unreleased images, writings and transcripts, adding further depth to the Cycle-2 journey.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Screaming In The Silence

Author : Lydia Kelly
ISBN : 9780982827369
Genre : Fiction
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Could you fall in love with the man who kidnapped and raped you?After being struck by a car, Raleigh finds herself taken captive by three men who live in a remote cottage by a lake. Locked in the basement and raped, she soon discovers that her desperation is leading her to believe in and trust one of her captors.
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Screaming Through The Silence

Author : Mary Ann Ricciardi
ISBN : 9781467871532
Genre : Social Science
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"It happens quickly. I'm not in that house ten minutes before my world stops making sense." From victim to survivor, Mary Ann Ricciardi pens from a most honest and heartfelt point of view, sharing what she knows to be true about the emotional ruin that trails behind the silence and myths surrounding intimate violence. In Screaming Through the Silence: Memories, Truths and a Hope Toward Understanding, Ricciardi writes with a purpose and desire to end the harmful silence of generations past and present. Presenting the issues simply and logicaIly, Ricciardi's "gentle rant" comes from years of social observations, her own personal struggle as victim turned survivor and her ongoing work with victims of intimate assault. Included are the voices of intimate assault and abuse survivors who so willingly share their truths in hopes of encouraging better understanding and awareness. "Society cannot understand because victims don't tell; victims don't tell because society does not understand."
Category: Social Science

The King And The Shadows

Author : David J a Milne
ISBN : 9780595484126
Genre : Fiction
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After five years of ceaseless fighting, the Attrition War continues to divide and ravage the galaxy. Having spent two years in forced exile, all Naytan desired was to assist in the liberation of his violently occupied home-world. But when a coded transmission begins to issue across the vacuum of space, unexpectedly threatening to turn the tide of battle, the very survival of his people is called into question. Faced with seemingly insurmountable odds, Naytan must now travel to the code's source and discover the truth before all is lost. With time quickly running out, he soon discovers that it is not just the fate of his own home-world that hangs in the balance, but that of the entire galaxy as well. For within the darkest reaches of space, a long hidden nation stirs restlessly, preparing to join the conflict - a nation comprised of terrifying supernatural warriors. Utilizing all the classic elements of contemporary space-fantasy (intergalactic space travel, alien races, future weapons) and combining them with the best of traditional fantasy literature (kings and queens, elves and dwarves, perilous quests and of course dragons), The King & The Shadows relates an epic adventure spanning the width and breadth of the galaxy.
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The Secret Agent

Author : Joseph Conrad
ISBN : 9780191501050
Genre : Fiction
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'An impenetrable mystery seems destined to hang for ever over this act of madness or despair.' Mr Verloc, the secret agent, keeps a shop in London's Soho where he lives with his wife Winnie, her infirm mother, and her idiot brother, Stevie. When Verloc is reluctantly involved in an anarchist plot to blow up the Greenwich Observatory things go disastrously wrong, and what appears to be 'A Simple Tale' proves to involve politicians, policemen, foreign diplomats and London's fashionable society in the darkest and most surprising interrelations. Based on the text which Conrad's first English readers enjoyed, this new edition includes a critical introduction which describes Conrad's great London novel as the realization of a 'monstrous town', a place of idiocy, madness, criminality, and butchery. ABOUT THE SERIES: For over 100 years Oxford World's Classics has made available the widest range of literature from around the globe. Each affordable volume reflects Oxford's commitment to scholarship, providing the most accurate text plus a wealth of other valuable features, including expert introductions by leading authorities, helpful notes to clarify the text, up-to-date bibliographies for further study, and much more.
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The Music Oh The Music

Author : Francesca Noumoff
ISBN : 9781479706082
Genre : Fiction
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This is the story in prose of the discarded. Those who have, after living their lives in its full richness, are treated as shivering ghosts, so lacking in self-awareness as to be truly tragic. As the eloquent conveyor of graciousness, the old woman beckoned me. Hers was the elegance, not as an ornament but as an essence, as she whispered in that wonderful soft voice that once silenced all, Come here . . . sit down. Who are you? How could she forget me? I am the history of sand, the weightless walk that comes from the wings of music. I am the witness who discovered her a decade ago after the Second World War. That unparalleled musical world which collapsed under the Nazi butchers, under Goethe, Schiller, and the final march of Wagner. Who am I? I too was music, I too had dreams, I too survived the unthinkable, born out of the Satanic tempest. I gazed at the old woman, not believing that her life could end like this.
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