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The Fight Of My Life

Author : Barbara Clark
ISBN : 9781444709179
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Barbara Clark is a former nurse, foster carer and mother of two children, one with special needs, and was diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer in February 2005. During her treatment, she found that there was a drug existing, Herceptin, that would double survival chances for her particular form of cancer from 14%. However, it wasn't available on the NHS and therefore, for Barbara, unaffordable. In the midst of aggressive chemotherapy, Barbara, incredibly, found the strength to fight not just the NHS but the government, and to win the right to be prescribed the drug on the NHS, not just for herself but for thousands of other women. THE FIGHT OF MY LIFE will tell the story behind those headlines. It will tell how she first found her cancer, and what it was that gave her the will to battle on and take on, not just the disease but the authorities who were prepared to let her die for want of a drug. Barbara's reasons for living are her three children, two of whom she fosters and who have special needs: their stories and how they dealt with her cancer will also be central to this an amazing, uplifting, inspiring book. Herceptin has treated Barbara's cancer, but it doesn't guarantee a complete cure - rather, it buys her more time to care for the people who are most precious to her, to help other women and to pursue what she calls her 'passion for life'. THE FIGHT OF MY LIFE is the story of an extraordinary woman and of great human courage in the face of despair.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Fighting For My Life

Author : J. J. Joseph
ISBN : 9781877437274
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In 2006 Joseph was convicted of a violent assault on his wife. His subsequent detention meant there was a very real possibility that he might never be reunited with her and might not see his children again. Full of remorse, Joseph accepted his punishment, worked through the counselling and anger management courses he was required to complete, and fought to see his family again. During this period he took a good hard look at his life: at his violent upbringing dominated by a father whose fists were his first resort, at his hostile relationship with his mother (also a victim of violence), at the heartbreaking suicide of his younger brother, at his father's shocking murder, at his drug abuse and womanising. He was forced to see what other people saw: a frightening and violent man whose actions were unpredictable. It was then that he understood, for the first time, what his wife had to put up with and why she was sometimes reticent and withdrawn. Finally it was his love for her and his devotion to his children that pulled him through. Drug- and alcohol-free for over a year now, and determined to change his life, Joseph has now been accepted back into the heart of his family. In Fighting for my Life, Joseph talks openly about his family background and life experiences, and is unusually honest in describing his feelings. This book played a major part in bringing his wife and his mother back to him again, after they read and grasped the truth about Joseph. It is a heartbreaking and heart-warming story and Fighting for my Life will restore people's faith that there can be a favourable resolution to situations of domestic violence.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Fighting For My Life

Author : Jamie TenNapel Tyrone
ISBN : 9780785222149
Genre : Health & Fitness
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A uniquely hopeful exploration of the impact of Alzheimer’s Disease. This book combines the compelling story of Jamie Tyrone - a self-proclaimed “lab rat” diagnosed with a 91 percent chance of contracting AD - with the medical expertise of Dr. Marwan Sabbagh, a leading authority on Alzheimer’s and dementia. Jamie Tyrone was forty-nine years old when she learned she had a genetic predisposition toward Alzheimer’s disease—in fact, her genes translated to a 91 percent chance that she would contract the disease during her lifetime. Surprised by the way she learned of the diagnosis through genetic testing, and painfully familiar with Alzheimer’s because of her family history and her experience as a nurse, Jamie felt as if she had a ticking time-bomb inside her, ready to go off at any moment. After an initial bout with depression, Jamie decided to take action rather than concede defeat. She started by founding B.A.B.E.S (Beating Alzheimer’s By Embracing Science) to raise money and awareness in the search for a cure. Energized by that community, Jamie teamed up with renowned neurologist Dr. Marwan Sabbagh to write Fighting for My Life as a practical, helpful guide for those who know they are at greater risk of contracting Alzheimer’s Disease. This book is unique because it offers expert medical advice from Dr. Sabbagh alongside Jamie’s real-life experiences as a woman living in the shadow of Alzheimer’s. In addition, Fighting for My Life is one of the only books on the market that takes an honest look at the pros, cons, and possible dangers of genetic testing.
Category: Health & Fitness


Author : Richard L. Song
ISBN : 9781493107681
Genre : Fiction
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This book is a heart-warming story of a family that struggles through gut-wrenching situations. Their faithfulness and loyalty to each other give them the strength to survive the devastating chain of domestic violence. It is a gentle yet powerful story of love that is weaved through the dynamics of a modern family and has them coming out victors. It causes the reader to cheer for the protagonist as he holds firm to his trust in God while going through the challenges his family faces and while trying to keep his family intact. It is a rare opportunity to enjoy a story that ends in happiness, as the good overcomes the evil.
Category: Fiction

Fighting For My Life How I Found God And Beat Lyme Disease

Author : Patrick Collins
ISBN : 9781483466606
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Patrick Collins has the life that he has always wanted: a loving family and supportive friends who help him in following his dreams. He has an accomplished baseball career and a unique passion to change the world. That is, until illness strikes. Plagued by fatigue, arthritis, chronic sinus infections, mood swings, and seizures, Patrick is left without a guide in his search for what is wrong with him. Doctor after doctor runs tests and comes up without a diagnosis. The family is told it is “all in Patrick’s head,” and is offered antidepressants. Two years and tens of thousands of dollars later, a diagnosis is given: Lyme disease. Although Patrick’s malady finally has a name, the extensive testing for, and treatment of, this enigmatic disease is not covered by insurance companies, leaving the family financially devastated. This memoir draws readers into the mind of this young sufferer of Lyme disease who had lost all hope of recovery, missing out on years of his childhood.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Father

Author : Johnny Matthews
ISBN : 9780595423804
Genre : Fiction
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Heidi gets pregnant and the painting of her perfection draws to a close. Heidi claims to have found the perfect man but to the surprise and shock of others the same man seems to vanish into thin air. The mystery could be solved as quickly as brass tingles when it's dropped onto the cold floor but no one cares to ask James. James was in love with Heidi but he let her go in order for her to be with the "perfect man". Why isn't James angry with the man and what is the secret that brings them together and causes them to fight so vigilantly for their friends when the world around them seems to be dissolving and vanishing into thin air?
Category: Fiction

The Patchwork Marriage

Author : Jane Green
ISBN : 9780241961384
Genre : Fiction
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Ever wanted a ready-made family? When Andi married Ethan she not only got the man she loves but also a ready-made family in his two daughters, Emily and Sophia. Unable to have a child of her own, Andi saw this as a precious gift - her chance to be a mother. If only it were that simple. For this blended family is not a happy family, and the reason lies with Emily. Her vicious anger and fierce resentment towards her stepmother leaves Andi feeling hated in her own home. Her tears, tantrums and expertise in the art of emotional blackmail have Ethan steeped in guilt. With each drama Emily is driving Andi and Ethan further apart. Torn between his troubled teenaged daughter and his beloved wife, Ethan's desperate to fix this rift before he loses Andi for ever. He just doesn't know how. With tensions high and everyone at breaking point, Emily comes home with some shocking news. Is this the final crack that will shatter this family for good or can they find a way to mend their broken hearts?
Category: Fiction

Journey To Mastery

Author : Kathryn Mickle
ISBN : 088391025X
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Provides a unique and holistic approach to Feng Shui, applying its ancient principles to every facet of our lives.
Category: Health & Fitness

Odyssey Of A Black Woman

Author : Candace Reece
ISBN : 1453569340
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 69.70 MB
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Bringing together all the memories that shape the author’s life, Odyssey of a Black Woman is an inspiring memoir that relates Reece’s odyssey. Here, she narrates how she, as a young girl, endured the pain of getting no attention from her parents—her father was focused in his church, while her mother was busy in her work. As she evolved into a young lady, she took every chance of getting attention and happiness until she found the man whom she thought would complete her life. But little did she know that her marriage with this man was the beginning of her arduous and tormenting life. She had to deal with a drunkard, happy-go-lucky, most of the time irresponsible, and a problem husband. But later on, she found her own family at her side. Though her father’s death aggrieved her so much, she was still proud to be a preacher’s kid. From then on, she faced life with power and positivity—a warrior armed with love, faith, and upbeat emotions. Throughout this book, readers will find a story of a woman who faces a childhood of emptiness, an adolescence of passion and careless decisions, a marriage of pain and suffering, and a new life filled with goodness. The Odyssey of a Black Woman is a story of pain, love, loss, redemption and renewal. For more information on this book, interested parties may log on to
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Holy Bible Hcsb Digital Text Edition

Author : Holman Bible Publishers
ISBN : 9781433601521
Genre : Bibles
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This updated text edition of the HCSB is optimized for easy reading on digital devices. Free from the visual clutter of footnotes, cross references, and other links, this edition is fast to navigate and easy to use. The HCSB was developed by 100 scholars and English stylists from 17 denominations, who prayerfully translated what is one of the most significant Bible translations available today. The HCSB reflects linguistic advances in vocabulary, grammar, punctuation and formatting while it retains meaningful theological terms. In the HCSB you'll find God's personal name (Yahweh), the use of "Messiah" in the New Testament, and the use of "slave" in the New Testament, just to name a few examples. Also, you'll notice the contemporary speech patterns in the HCSB mean that words like "behold" and "shall" are not used. Instead, words or phrases that are common today can be found in their place. The HCSB employs a first-of-its kind translation philosophy known as Optimal Equivalence, which seeks to achieve an optimal balance of literary precision and emotive clarity through a comprehensive analysis of the text at every level. This process assures maximum transfer of both words and thoughts contained in the original.
Category: Bibles