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What Looks Like Crazy

Author : Charlotte Hughes
ISBN : 1101215186
Genre : Fiction
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She's had hit after hit with Janet Evanovich. Now this New York Times bestselling author begins a series that readers will go crazy for. Psychologist Kate Holly's own life has become the stuff of intensive therapy. She's divorcing her gorgeous firefighter husband, she has an eccentric secretary, her mother and aunt have erected a vaguely sexual sculpture in her front yard, and her psychiatrist ex-boyfriend won't stop calling to find out what color panties she's wearing. Now, Kate's being bombarded with mysterious threats, and the only person who can help her is the one man who always makes her lose her mind-and heart.
Category: Fiction

A Study Guide For Pearl Cleage S What Looks Like Crazy On An Ordinary Day

Author : Gale, Cengage Learning
ISBN : 9781410342621
Genre : Literary Criticism
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A Study Guide for Pearl Cleage's "What Looks Like Crazy on an Ordinary Day," excerpted from Gale's acclaimed Novels for Students. This concise study guide includes plot summary; character analysis; author biography; study questions; historical context; suggestions for further reading; and much more. For any literature project, trust Novels for Students for all of your research needs.
Category: Literary Criticism

What Looks Like Crazy On An Ordinary Day

Author : Pearl Cleage
ISBN : 9780380794874
Genre : Fiction
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When Ava Johnson discovers she is HIV positive, she journeys back to her sleepy northern Michigan hometown, where she manages to find new love
Category: Fiction

Blessed Are The Crazy

Author : Sarah Griffith Lund
ISBN : 9780827202993
Genre : Religion
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When do you learn that "normal" doesn't include lots of yelling, lots of sleeping, lots of beating? In Blessed Are the Crazy: Breaking the Silence about Mental Illness, Family, and Church, Sarah Griffith Lund looks back at her father's battle with bipolar disorder, and the helpless sense of déjà vu as her brother and cousin endure mental illness, as well. With a small group study guide and "Ten Steps for Developing a Mental Health Ministry in Your Congregation," Blessed Are the Crazy is more than memoir—it's a resource for churches and other faith-based groups to provide healing and comfort. Part of The Young Clergy Women Project.
Category: Religion

Women Take Care

Author : Katie Hogan
ISBN : 0801487536
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Self-sacrificing mothers and forgiving wives, caretaking lesbians, and vigilant maternal surrogates—these "good women" are all familiar figures in the visual and print culture relating to AIDS. In a probing critique of that culture, Katie Hogan demonstrates ways in which literary and popular works use the classic image of the nurturing female to render "queer" AIDS more acceptable, while consigning women to conventional roles and reinforcing the idea that everyone with this disease is somehow suspect.In times of crisis, the figure of the idealized woman who is modest and selfless has repeatedly surfaced in Western culture as a balm and a source of comfort—and as a means of mediating controversial issues. Drawing on examples from journalism, medical discourse, fiction, drama, film, television, and documentaries, Hogan describes how texts on AIDS reproduce this historically entrenched paradigm of sacrifice and care, a paradigm that reinforces biases about race and sexuality. Hogan believes that the growing nostalgia for women's traditional roles has deflected attention away from women's own health needs. Throughout her book, she depicts caretaking as a fundamental human obligation, but one that currently falls primarily to those members of society with the least power. Only by rejecting the stereotype of the "good woman," she says, can Americans begin to view caretaking as the responsibility of the entire society.
Category: Health & Fitness

What Looks Like Black

Author : K. Broussard
ISBN : 9780595294343
Genre : Fiction
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Ann Girard is a black woman, born to black parents. But she has blue eyes, straight hair and fair skin. Because of her own questionable features, she has experienced a problematic existence. Her life has now become even more complicated with the news of her unexpected pregnancy. Ann wants to be elated about her impending arrival, but is plagued with the overwhelming concern about a future filled with cruelties afflicted upon her firstborn child because of his or her features. Her unfeigned worry is rooted in her own awkward experiences based on "blackness." As she prepares for motherhood, Ann chronicles her first memories as a child through her passage into adulthood, and describes how she was forced to adjust while being catapulted back and forth between black neighborhoods and predominately white environments, constantly antagonized and questioned about her true "blackness." As Ann records her daunting experiences of trying to belong, she undergoes a re-birth, thus redefining her philosophies of everything she ever knew. Readers are immediately pulled into this poignant tale based upon the complexities of intra-racial relations, as K. Broussard overlaps a heartfelt third person voice that details the experiences of an expectant mother, with an intimate forthright first person voice of Ann "speaking" to her unborn child about her own painful journey and discovery of what looks like black.
Category: Fiction

You Re Not Crazy You Re Awakening

Author : Rev. Dr. Edwige Bingue
ISBN : 9781490712185
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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We have chosen our own journey. For many, this alone is difficult to comprehend and believe. But, it is true. Whether a conscious choice, or unconscious, we choose our circumstances. If you desire to create change in your life, or completely change the direction that your life is going, the choice is yours. The power is completely in your hands, or better, your consciousness. Intimately and without restraints, Rev. Dr. Edwige Bingue describes some of her personal experiences that impacted her life journey in significant ways. Some of these events were painful, some may seem to be bizarre- even outlandish. But, they happened. This book will change your perspective about every aspect of your life, with clear and simple techniques to expand your vision of life and how you are going about it. After reading this book and putting these easy methods into regular practice, it is inevitable that your life will change. Your consciousness will be transformed. You will become very clear about your purpose: and will do it with ease and grace. And best of all you will know that you were never crazy, because you will be awakened!
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Every Seventeen Minutes The Crowd Goes Crazy

Author : Paul Zindel
ISBN : 9781935169727
Genre : Drama
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From the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of "The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds" comes this haunting, contemporary play. THE STORY: A family of exuberant and startled kids are left to fend for themselves by their mother and father—who have taken off to pursue forever a life of betting at trotter racetracks and playing blackjack in Native American casinos! An expandable chorus punctuates with hilarious and stinging sound bites this highly theatrical and poignant legend of parental abdication. Drama Full Length 8 men, 6 women (flexible casting): 14 total Flexible Set
Category: Drama

Am I The Only One Crazy

Author : Myron Lee
ISBN : 9781499048605
Genre : Fiction
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The desire to write this book was at first born out of frustration of yet another failed relationship. In the midst of this frustration, I attempted to explain what I felt love really was, to someone who I thought at that moment to not have a clue. From this relationship, I began to explore my mind and remember how love first found me. From there, this book was born. In no way am I professing to be an authority on love or relationships. I have no degrees or licenses which can validate it. I am only sharing my most intimate experiences—allowing you to be there and hopefully feel what I felt and see through my eyes, my life as it existed in those moments. To say that I'm a hopeless romantic is a very accurate description of a huge part of me. I believe in the truth of love, because love is responsible for our very existence. If not for our father in heaven, non of us would exit. My hope is that, you will be inspired by my story and that you will avoid many of the situations I encountered by cherishing yourself and the essence of love. If you do this, then I will have accomplished my goal. May love live on in you.
Category: Fiction