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The Precious Present

Author : Spencer Johnson
ISBN : 0385468059
Genre : Business & Economics
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A brief parable describes a young boy's quest for happiness
Category: Business & Economics

The Man I Never Knew

Author : Samuel L. Jones
ISBN : 9781604945980
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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If you could meet yourself, come face-to-face with the person you truly are, would you want to? This is the question Samuel L. Jones asks himself in "The Man I Never Knew: How Leadership Can Be Developed by Faith, Family, and Friends." A native of the Mississippi Delta and former college athlete, Dr. Jones earned a bachelor's and master's degree from the University of Southern Mississippi and earned a PhD from Mississippi State University. He eventually became the dean of student affairs at Jones County Junior College. However, he realizes all too well that his life could have taken a different path, one of failure and hopelessness. In exploring the influences and opportunities that prepared him for a position of leadership, Dr. Jones inspires us to examine our own experiences and discover the leadership skills that are hidden within each of us. About the Author Samuel L. Jones received his doctorate in community college leadership from Mississippi State University in 2006. He also has a bachelor's degree in advertising (1997) and a master's degree in public relations (2002) from the University of Southern Mississippi. He is currently the dean of student affairs at Jones County Junior College in Ellisville, Mississippi. Jones has held several campus positions prior to becoming the dean of student affairs. He served as the assistant basketball coach from 1999 to 2003, student recruiter from 1999 to 2006, and assistant dean from 2003 to 2006. Having spent ten years developing his leadership skills in athletics and the administration forum, he is committed to being a trailblazer in the lives of his students and his community.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Jbi Just Be It This Precious Moment

Author : Randy Johnson
ISBN : 9781257497010
Genre : Self-Help
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An exploration of insights into the relationship of language and how it facilitates our movement to the unified experience. In a day where we create violence from smaller circles of belonging and from desires to act upon an object perceived as separate from us, the 'felt' sense of our interconnection offers guidance in the face of impermanence. Using Just Be it as linguistic facilitator to the unified experience aims to assist others in the practice of increased awareness and gratitude for the opportunity to participate without harm.
Category: Self-Help

Wiley Concise Guides To Mental Health

Author : Nicholas R. Lessa
ISBN : 9780471785149
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 68.22 MB
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The Wiley Concise Guides to Mental Health: Substance UseDisorders uses clear, highly accessible language to guidethe reader through the entire continuum of addiction care andpresent the latest scientific understanding of substance use andabuse. This comprehensive, informative reference provides acomplete overview of diagnosis, treatment, research, emergingtrends, and other critical information about chemical addictions.Both biomedical and psychiatric conditions and complications arethoroughly covered. Like all the books in the Wiley Concise Guides to MentalHealth series, Substance Use Disorders features acompact, easy-to-use format that includes: Vignettes and case illustrations A practical approach that emphasizes real-life treatment overtheory Resources for specific readers such as clinicians, students, orpatients In addition to the fundamentals of chemical addictions andtreatment, Substance Use Disorders covers some of themost cutting-edge topics in the field, including innovativetreatment approaches, outcome demands, brain science,relapse-prevention strategies, designer drugs, spirituality, andother areas. This straightforward resource is admirably suited fora wide variety of readers, from those in the helping professions,to law enforcement personnel, to recommended reading for clientscurrently in treatment.
Category: Psychology

Susan S Coffeebreak

Author : Susan Pippin
ISBN : 9781619044456
Genre : Family & Relationships
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The Daily Devotions-Coffee Break began in March of 2006 and has truly been inspired by God and is now reaching across this nation and others touching the lives of both women and men. The Devotions are taken from life experiences and reveal how God's Word relates to each one. "My desire is that hearts and lives be changed by the Word of God and I pray that these Devotions will be a blessing to all. Thank you for being a part of this outreach to bring others to the saving, keeping and loving knowledge of Jesus Christ." Susan and her husband Ken reside in Tarpon Springs, Fl. and are the pastors of Highest Praise Family Church. Susan is the mother of two handsome sons, two beautiful daughters-in-law and six awesome grandchildren. She is an ordained minister with the Assemblies of God and is currently the Women's Ministries representative for the St. Pete-Clearwater area in Florida.
Category: Family & Relationships

Meet Me Under The Ombu Tree

Author : Santa Montefiore
ISBN : 9781471132124
Genre : Fiction
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From the Sunday Times bestselling author of Secrets of the Lighthouse and The Beekeeper's Daughter. Sofia Solanas grew up on a magnificent ranch in the middle of the Argentine pampa, amid the grand traditions of the Argentine nobility and the mysticism of the native gauchos. Spoilt, wilful, resourceful and proud, she is loved by all around her. All, that is, except her Irish mother, Anna, who punishes her daughter for her own sense of alienation and inadequacy while doting on her sons. Then Sofia embarks on a passionate love affair that can only bring shame upon the family. When Anna discovers the relationship, she is horrified and sends Sofia away to Europe, inadvertently exiling her from her family and the man she loves for over twenty years. Until, years later, a family tragedy calls Sofia home… Praise for Santa Montefiore: Nobody does epic romace like Santa Montefiore. Everything she writes, she writes from the heart' Jojo Moyes 'Santa Montefiore is the new Rosamunde Pilcher' Daily Mail 'A superb storyteller of love and death in romantic places in fascinating times' Plum Sykes, Vogue
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Author : Mrs. D.
ISBN : 9781462014644
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Afterthoughts presents an unforgettable journey into the world of adolescence as seen through the eyes of a high school counselor. Each and every day, a very special someone enters the counselor’s office, knowing that it will be a safe haven to bare his or her soul. It is behind those closed doors that tears fall, heartfelt stories unfold, and answers to life’s most difficult questions begin to unravel. From the fourteen-year-old boy struggling with alcoholic parents to the young girl continuing to fight her addictions; these are emotional journeys that will affect all who read them deeply. As a way of saying thank you to all those who have opened their hearts to her, author and school counselor Mrs. D. shares a journal created especially for them, presented in poetry and prose. A Familiar Voice Amidst the chaotic confusion, the office phone rings. Years have passed since the dismal dark voice on the other end So frantically fought back thoughts of taking her life. She speaks softly, slowly, tearfully, of today’s breakup. She silently suffers within her own world of sadness. With a tearful tone, she speaks of him And their connection, The indescribable innocence they shared together. Can she sustain the painful prison of being alone?
Category: Family & Relationships

The Most Precious Present In The World

Author : Becky Edwards
ISBN : 1905664737
Genre : Adopted children
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Mia's eyes are dark brown and her dad s are bright blue, she has masses of curly brown hair but her mum's is straight and blonde. Why doesn t Mia look like her parents? It s because she is adopted. Her adoptive mum tells her that she looks different because her curly hair and dark eyes are presents from the birth parents who were unable to look after her. Taking the form of a dialogue between a little girl and her adoptive mother, the book explores questions that might preoccupy an adopted child. Mia wants to know why she looks different to her adoptive parents; why her birth parents didn t want to keep her and whether her curly hair, dark eyes and dimple really are goodbye presents from her birth parents. Although young children might sometimes worry about looking physically different to their family members, this charming, illustrated book will help adopted children to understand that physical difference is not a barrier to finding love and security within an adoptive family.
Category: Adopted children

Waiting For Jack

Author : Kristen Moeller
ISBN : 9781600378508
Genre : Self-Help
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Sharing authentic personal stories and profound life lessons, Kristen Moeller explores our pervasive human tendency to wait for life and to look outside ourselves for answers. What are you waiting for? Do you find yourself waiting for the right moment? The ideal relationship? The perfect job? Are you waiting for your “real” life to begin? Do think that the gifts of life are right around the corner? That one day you will arrive and everything will be okay? Do you endlessly search, yet never seem to find? Through the sharing of authentic personal stories and profound life lessons, Kristen Moeller explores our pervasive human tendency to wait for life and to look outside ourselves for answers. Too often we are “waiting for Jack”—whatever or whoever “Jack” is. So we don’t try; we give up. We sell out and we forget who we are. We are afraid to succeed, afraid to fail, and afraid to say we are afraid. But as Wayne Gretzky said, “You’ll always miss one hundred percent of the shots you don’t take!” Waiting for Jack will inspire you to get on the path, move forward and take the shot. And. to remember that you don’t have to wait for Jack! “Refreshingly vulnerable, witty and wise. Waiting for Jack feels like a conversation with your best friend over coffee. With an honest approach and take action message, Kristen Moeller motivates readers to make it happen. This book is a special gift!” —Robyn Spizman, New York Times–bestselling author
Category: Self-Help