Determined to Matter

Author: Jen O'Hara
Publisher: Scarletta Press
ISBN: 1938063201
Format: PDF, Mobi
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When their vibrant 12-year-old daughter is diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor, Dan and Jen O'Hara prepare for the fight of their lives, and their ultimate loss, in this raw and emotional story that reveals why family, faith and hope are so important in our daily lives. Original.

Eureka I have found it the YOU in Your Cancer

Author: George Norrie
Publisher: FriesenPress
ISBN: 1525501054
Format: PDF
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The trouble is as George Norrie points out, that we tell ourselves “I really should look into this. I really should try” but we don’t believe, and so we fail, and the ‘business of cancer” goes on raising funds and buying the search for the cure that is forever just around the corner, and the hospitals are still full. Think of the savings! This book instills the notion that, Yes we can! We can beat cancer, if we change our outlook on life and stop trying to find health, where it is not.

More Than Just Cheap Cigars

Author: Matt Bartels
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1449021913
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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"This memoir is about a husband, father, doctor and friend. Jack Bartels became a success in his life primarily because of his own inner drive, but luck played a role at some critical crossroads. (...) The book is a journey about a man and his love of wife, family and career, as well as the humorous and at times dysfunctional state of one American family as they share in the life of a truly extraordinary character"--P. [4] of cover.

Who is it that can tell me who I am

Author: Jane Haynes
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1472112172
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In this searingly honest memoir, Jane Haynes recalls to her psychotherapist her extraordinary story. Having overcome her strange childhood, overshadowed by her mother's absence and father's descent into madness, the real diagnosis of which the family concealed, she attempts, vividly but without sentimentality, to understand the construction of her own life. Now a psychotherapist in her own right, Haynes opens up her case files, which include a gifted young man on the cusp of a nervous breakdown; the middle-aged woman tormented by suicidal thoughts; the pornography addict, unable to connect emotionally with his girlfriend. Tragedy is brought home to her when her son-in-law is murdered. Her account powerfully demonstrates the resilience and life force of human nature. 'I recommend it to anyone concerned with the life of the imagination' Hilary Mantel


Author: United States Military Academy. Association of Graduates
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