Dying Well

Dying Well

Author: Rabbi Julia Neuberger

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781315358413

Category: Medical

Page: 160

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This book explores the Care Trust concept promoted by central government for improving partnership working between health and social care. Using case studies and examples to raise current issues related to partnership working it explains how Care Trusts are bridging the gap between health and social care and considers how they are delivering more co-ordinated services and improved outcomes. All healthcare and social care professionals with responsibility for involved in or affected by the new partnership working arrangements will find this book useful reading.

One Way: Do Not Enter

One Way: Do Not Enter

Author: One Way: Do Not Enter

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9781491721780


Page: 241

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The first of the "Eddie Todd" trilogy which starts in the 1950's and continues to the present. Book one follows the lives of three women who come from different backgrounds and cross paths with Eddie Todd. Each has a story to tell. You will be intriqued from the first page to the last.

Stolen Secrets

Stolen Secrets

Author: L.B. Schulman

Publisher: Boyds Mills Press

ISBN: 9781629799193

Category: Young Adult Fiction

Page: 304

View: 729

After an abrupt move across the country to San Francisco, sixteen-year-old Livvy is shocked to find that her mother has lied to her. Instead of looking for work at a bakery, her mom is taking care of Adelle, Livvy’s grandmother, who Livvy thought was long dead. Suffering from Alzheimer’s, Adelle shouts out startling details, mistakes her own name, and seems to relive moments that may have taken place in a concentration camp. When Livvy and her new friend Franklin D. find journal entries from the Holocaust in Adelle’s home, Livvy begins to suspect that her grandmother may have a shocking link to a notable figure -- Anne Frank.



Author: Adèle Geras

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 9781446403617

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 416

View: 172

ITHAKA tells the story of the women left behind after the end of the Trojan War. While Odysseus is slowly making his way home, overcoming terrible obstacles sent by the gods, his wife Penelope does not know whether he's alive or dead. How long will she be able to withstand the pressure of the numerous suitors who seek her hand (and Ithaka) - and will she remain as faithful as mythology states, or might she fall in love with one of them? The vivid colours of life on the abundant island of Ithaka are evoked with magic and warmth, as Penelope and those around her tell their own incredible stories. Interspersed with wonderful verse retellings of Odysseus' adventures, this is a thrilling novel with a contemporary feel.

Suicidal Sex Addict

Suicidal Sex Addict

Author: Joy Moore

Publisher: Page Publishing Inc

ISBN: 9781662458613

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 72

View: 218

A raw, authentic peek inside a woman's struggles with self-worth, mental illness, and sex addiction. She walks readers through real-life events that shaped the author into the person she is today. Her vulnerability is refreshing and inspiring. She covers childhood, puberty, and adulthood in detail. After analyzing her challenges, regrets, and most embarrassing moments, she discovers many behavioral patterns she wants to change. She shares her life lessons in hopes of helping people find self-acceptance, forgiveness, peace, and happiness. She believes it's never too late to make the changes necessary to have a beautiful life.

Death Comes to Lake Como

Death Comes to Lake Como

Author: G.X. Chen

Publisher: G.X. Chen

ISBN: 9781522792093

Category: Fiction

Page: 221

View: 515

Death Comes to Lake Como opens with Fang Chen and his new bride corresponding with their friend, Ann Lee, while on vacation in Italy. Things quickly turn sinister when a nurse for a wealthy American tourist and a retired cook are murdered. Ripples of strife left over from the Cultural Revolution in China pull Ann and Fang Chen into a complicated murder case. The answers are not easily found by the amateur detectives and take them through a maze of leads across the byzantine network of Chinatown's residents. Connections one wouldn't expect are brought to light as the investigation deepens, and more innocent people are dragged into a plot motivated by a sinister agenda. Ann and Fang Chen must solve the mystery before it hits closer to home than they could've imagined. Rich with surprise at every twist and turn, Death Comes to Lake Como is an intriguing murder mystery that blends love and friendship with greed and deceit, all in the lush setting of Italy's Lake Country.

Understanding and Treating Chronic Shame

Understanding and Treating Chronic Shame

Author: Patricia A. DeYoung

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317560890

Category: Psychology

Page: 274

View: 520

Chronic shame is painful, corrosive, and elusive. It resists self-help and undermines even intensive psychoanalysis. Patricia A. DeYoung’s cutting-edge book gives chronic shame the serious attention it deserves, integrating new brain science with an inclusive tradition of relational psychotherapy. She looks behind the myriad symptoms of shame to its relational essence. As DeYoung describes how chronic shame is wired into the brain and developed in personality, she clarifies complex concepts and makes them available for everyday therapy practice. Grounded in clinical experience and alive with case examples, Understanding and Treating Chronic Shame is highly readable and immediately helpful. Patricia A. DeYoung’s clear, engaging writing helps readers recognize the presence of shame in the therapy room, think through its origins and effects in their clients’ lives, and decide how best to work with those clients. Therapists will find that Understanding and Treating Chronic Shame enhances the scope of their practice and efficacy with this client group, which comprises a large part of most therapy practices. Challenging, enlightening, and nourishing, this book belongs in the library of every shame-aware therapist.

Good Mothers Don't

Good Mothers Don't

Author: Laura Best

Publisher: Nimbus+ORM

ISBN: 9781771088299

Category: Fiction

Page: 306

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“The story of a woman in crisis and her quest, fifteen years later, to apologize to her children and fill in the blanks of her mind.” —The Globe and Mail It’s 1960, and Elizabeth has a good life. A husband who takes care of her, two healthy children, a farm in Nova Scotia. But Elizabeth is slowly coming apart, her reality splintering. She knows she will harm her children, wants to harm her children, wants to be stopped from harming her children. She doesn’t sleep, becomes incoherent. Elizabeth is taken away. We rejoin her in 1975, “well” once again, living in a group home and desperately trying to fill in the enormous gaps electric shock therapy has left in her memory. She remembers five words from her past and knows they are significant, but their meaning is slippery and she can't grasp more. She knows that Jewel and Jacob are her children, though she can’t picture their faces, and more than anything, she longs to find them and explain that she never meant to leave for so long . . . Shifting through time and points of view, acclaimed author Laura Best’s novel allows us to see the ripple effects of mental illness and its treatment in the mid-twentieth century. Good Mothers Don’t is a moving exploration of illness, memory, and how we fight for who we love. “Hypnotically beautiful . . . An unlikely page turner replete with hushed surprises, unexpected crescendos, endless love and boundless vitality.” —Christy Ann Conlin, bestselling author of Watermark