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Strangers In My Mind

Author : Rachel Day
ISBN : 9781438971728
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Strangers In My Mind: Living with Post-Natal Psychosis This book is a true account of Post-Natal Psychosis through the eyes of a young mother who suffered with it after the birth of her first child. Rachel first developed Post-Natal Depression within days of having her daughter and was totally unprepared for how it would transform her life and the lives of the people closest to her. It took Rachel over two years to fully recover from Post-Natal Depression and writing this story of her suffering helped her finally beat the strangers that had quite literally enterted her mind.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Strangers Voices In My Head

Author : Shawn P Lehto
ISBN : 1643501453
Genre : Poetry
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The title derives from the fact that even though I know it's not strangers that I hear, to me, it's not my thoughts. I know it is really me. I hope people enjoy the ride as they follow me, as I go through my life in words. Some are whimsical, some you consider dark. I hope that they may also be able to somehow connect with events in their lives and understand the message I try to convey. I don't write on a whim. The words come to me when I am finally relaxed and alone with my thoughts.
Category: Poetry

The Heart In My Head

Author : Roxanne M.
ISBN : 9781493180738
Genre : Fiction
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Los Angeles, November 2009 My meeting with Claudia took place at her house in Beverly Hills just one month after I returned home to Los Angeles from my trip to Iran. It was Sunday in November, a crisp Sunday afternoon. The sun was getting gold over the ocean. The city was peaceful; the streets were quiet and the sidewalks empty. I took the main thoroughfare, Wilshire Boulevard, as I left Ocean Avenue. I felt a sense of victory and elation for not being caught in the traffic and the noise of the world. There is nothing more pleasant than driving on Sundays in Los Angeles; the city takes on an entirely different air. On weekend getaways, I would say I find myself totally in a mental exercise of freedom. As I looked around, I saw the sun come up red, red and dull. I thought it just looked like the yolk of a hard-boiled egg. Since my relationship with Claudia was strictly professional, I must admit I felt a bit strange about meeting her outside the context of our work as she had suggested. She had called me and asked me to visit her—“Come have a drink with me”—something she had not done more than two or three times since the day that she had hired me. Even though we both had the art world in common, we only knew each other through our work. Who could suppose that this meeting would lead me to the first, and perhaps biggest, achievement of my life?
Category: Fiction

Stranger In My Bed Answers Or More Lies

Author : Kristen James
Genre : Fiction
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I want answers. I’ll find a way to get them. Eli has an explanation for everything...until he doesn’t. I finally crack him and gain leverage, only to learn a new, more twisted story. How can I believe round two of his lies? Now I know for certain he’s not the only one in on this conspiracy, but I still don’t know why this is happening to me. Teaser: (Eli) Good god, when that woman gets an idea in her head, nothing short of Armageddon can stop her. You don’t trust me, Megan. You think I’m going to put a bullet in your head and chop you up with an ax like some deranged murderer. You think I’d do that to my wife, the love of my life, the woman who saved my life and soul. So what now? What do I do? She really didn’t know what she was asking me back then. That, or she thought more of me than I do. What if she does make a break for it out here? Her talents lie more in the interpersonal realm, not so much outdoor survival. She can navigate life with the rich and twisted, surrounded by power hungry tycoons and white collar killers, but I’m not sure she’d keep her head about her in a survival situation out here, especially in her confused mental state. Why did I leave her by herself? Did I really think it’d prove that I trust her?
Category: Fiction

Integrating Strangers In Society

Author : Jos D. M. Platenkamp
ISBN : 9783030167035
Genre : Social Science
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This book provides a uniquely positioned contribution to the current debates on the integration of immigrants in Europe. Twelve social anthropologists—“strangers by vocation”—reflect upon how they were taken in by those they studied over the course of their long-term fieldwork. The societies concerned are Sinti (northern Italy), Inuit (Canadian Arctic), Kanak (New Caledonia), Māori (New Zealand), Lanten (Laos), Tobelo and Tanebar-Evav (Indonesia), Banyoro (Uganda), Gawigl and Siassi (Papua New Guinea) and a township in Odisha (India). A comparative analysis of these reflexive, ethnographic accounts reveals as yet underrepresented, non-European perspectives on the issue of integrating strangers, enabling the reader to identify and reflect upon the uniquely Western ideals and values that currently dominate such discourse.
Category: Social Science

Street Wise Poetry

Author : Jeff Stultz
ISBN : 9781465393616
Genre : Poetry
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My name is Jeff Stultz. I was born in Washington, DC, on September 12, 1964. I grew up in Riverdale, Maryland. Graduated high school (Parkdale) in 1982. I have three childrenJason, age twenty-six; Joshua, twenty-one; and Justin, fifteen. I have two grandchildrenZachary, age five, and Colby, one. I have been divorced since December 2009. I now make my home in Athens, Alabama. I would hope in some way that my poetry inspires all who reads it. I want my poetry to make people think and incorporate the poems into their own lives.
Category: Poetry

Strangers In Their Own Land

Author : Arlie Russell Hochschild
ISBN : 9781620972267
Genre : Political Science
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In Strangers in Their Own Land, the renowned sociologist Arlie Hochschild embarks on a thought-provoking journey from her liberal hometown of Berkeley, California, deep into Louisiana bayou country—a stronghold of the conservative right. As she gets to know people who strongly oppose many of the ideas she famously champions, Hochschild nevertheless finds common ground and quickly warms to the people she meets—among them a Tea Party activist whose town has been swallowed by a sinkhole caused by a drilling accident—people whose concerns are actually ones that all Americans share: the desire for community, the embrace of family, and hopes for their children. Strangers in Their Own Land goes beyond the commonplace liberal idea that these are people who have been duped into voting against their own interests. Instead, Hochschild finds lives ripped apart by stagnant wages, a loss of home, an elusive American dream—and political choices and views that make sense in the context of their lives. Hochschild draws on her expert knowledge of the sociology of emotion to help us understand what it feels like to live in "red" America. Along the way she finds answers to one of the crucial questions of contemporary American politics: why do the people who would seem to benefit most from "liberal" government intervention abhor the very idea?
Category: Political Science

Friends In The Bedroom But Strangers In Church

Author : Kim
ISBN : 9781477138649
Genre : Self-Help
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This is a true story about a woman who struggled through an adulterous relationship with a man for six years. What began as unexplained teenager attraction and youthful curiosity, carried into her adult life where it resurfaced again, only to consume her and eventually spiral out of control. This candid story exposes an underlying dilemma that exists within the Church. It reveals the life experience of a professed Christian woman who convinced herself that a unique friendship outside of God's marital design was her destined path. Over time, the intrinsic connection became intimate. Both parties acknowledged the relationship was based on curiosity and infatuation; yet, despite her Christian upbringing and foundation, their negotiation and illicit justification spanned beyond two decades. What begins as lust of the eye can lead to negative complex ramifications when we allow ourselves to bargain with the enemy as this couple did. Still, her story is not unique. It is a revelation to readers who identify with her battle. Hers is a testimony of God's forgiveness, yet, a reminder that His transformation rarely comes without struggle. Despite disillusionment, this woman's life had reached rock bottom. Fortunately, she was introduced to therapeutic healing. Through professional intervention, she was guided toward completeness and righteousness according to God's Word.
Category: Self-Help

Stranger In My Bed

Author : Kristen James
Genre : Fiction
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Stranger in my Bed, a new romantic suspense/ psychological thriller series, Book One: Waking Up I wake up and confused and lost… except for Ellison, the key to my past and current life. My memories are shattered images at best and make no sense, and what I’m learning about myself makes me question who I am. Clues add up to different answers. Everyone else is certain about me and what’s going on, leaving me questioning my sanity. Ellison is my lifeline. He’s also a stranger to me. Teaser: It’s too quiet. I still to listen, and then proceed silently around the corner… There’s a hallway. Another corner. Then another. I’ll never get out of here. My foot bumps something that wasn’t there before. I crouch next to something—no, someone. It’s too dark to see much but I make out a suit. Diagonal stripes on the tie. I rest a hand on his chest and it feels wet. I flip my hand over and see red. Bright red. Brighter than it should be in this black fog. I jerk awake with a gasp, then look at both of my palms in the semidarkness. I don’t see blood. I rub them together. They’re dry. Had I been holding a gun in the dream? The sensation is still there, so real that I stare at my empty hand to reassure myself. Why would I have a gun? I hear my ragged breathing and collect my thoughts enough to hold my breath and listen. At first I think I’m alone, but as my eyes adjust and see more details, I realize Ellison is still in the chair. Holding his breath too. There’s tiny points of soft light coming from plug-ins and the machines. It’s not nearly enough to see if his eyes are open. “Ellison?” No answer. “Ellison? Are you awake?” I panic, wondering what he’s thinking. What he’s doing. Updates at
Category: Fiction

Shtetl In My Mind

Author : Martin A. David
ISBN : 1591139260
Genre : Fiction
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A mischief maker with sticky fingers, a rabbi who has prophetic visions, a healer, peddlers, revolutionaries, and travelers all live in the stories of Shtetl In My Mind. They will make you laugh, make you dance, and sometimes make you cry.
Category: Fiction