Anya S Story

Author: Hilda Journey
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 1532035853
Size: 13,52 MB
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Anya was a nurse in her late twenties when she moved from California to Wyoming and met a handsome pastor. But as they began seriously dating, it soon became evident that Frederick was battling personal demons. Despite several red flags, Anya shunned her misgivings, accepted Fredericks proposal, and settled into what she hoped would be blissful married life. Unfortunately, she couldnt have been more wrong. In a poignant memoir, Hilda Journey shares a glimpse into the complex and frightening aspects of an abusive marriage as Anya lived trapped in fear, grappled with feeling lost and alone, and wondered if God was hearing her pleas for help. While revealing her long and difficult journey through the next twenty-seven years, Hilda discloses how as angry confrontations developed into violent scenarios, hid her horrible secrets from her family, and searched for answers through prayer. Finally, as she divulges how she summoned the courage to leave the marriagewith help from counselors and friendsHilda provides inspiration to anyone suffering through abuse to escape the violence and find their true selves again. Anyas Story details one womans journey through and beyond an abusive marriage that provides hope to other victims to take the steps today to live happier, healthier lives.

Anya S Story

Author: Julia Gousseva
Editor: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781494942304
Size: 14,40 MB
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As the Soviet Union is changing in dramatic ways in the early 1990's, Anya clings to her desire for a stable and tranquil life. She's in love with Victor and is ready to overcome the challenges of their long-distance relationship. To follow her dreams, she leaves her comfortable life in Moscow and moves to a small northern town. She believes that her destiny is to be a wife of a Russian submarine officer, but her fate is much more complicated than that. Anya's Story is an insightful look into the dynamic and unstable period of recent Russian history, told from the perspective of a young Russian woman.

Anyas

Author: Buzzybeez Publications
Editor:
ISBN: 9781659376944
Size: 11,28 MB
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***** CLICK THE AUTHOR NAME "BUZZYBEEZ PUBLICATIONS" FOR MORE ACTIVITY BOOKS & NAMES ***** Give your children the gift of creativity! This book has been designed to help kids practice penmanship - a skill that also helps cognitive development, according to some studies. It can be used by Teachers, Parents or Homeschool students alike. Features: Space of story title Space for writing Space for drawing Over 100 blank lined pages with a boxed area to draw Large 8.5� x 11� lined paper with midline dashes giving plenty of writing space to draw & write. A flexible lightweight paperback cover, which makes it lighter and easier to carry around. Complete with a unique red and yellow child-friendly cover. This story book notebook is perfect to help children: Spend time using their creative side Practice their lettering skills Develop their writing skills Learn how to draw & write stories Write about their experiences With homework exercises Spend less time using technology Make storytelling fun and set your children up for success to help them reach their goals and aspirations with this cool draw & write story book. Order yours now!

Interaction Design For Complex Problem Solving

Author: Barbara Mirel
Editor: Elsevier
ISBN: 0080508952
Size: 15,27 MB
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Software for complex problem solving can dazzle people with advanced features and alluring visuals, but when actually put to use it often disappoints and even frustrates users. This software rarely follows the user's own work methods, nor does it give people the degree of control and choice that they truly need. This book presents a groundbreaking approach to interaction design for complex problem solving applications. The author uses her vast field experience to present a new way of looking at the whole process, and treats complex problem solving software and web applications as a distinct class with its own set of usefulness demands and design criteria. This approach highlights integrated interactions rather than discrete actions, clearly defines what makes problem solving complex, and explores strategies for analyzing, modeling, and designing for exploratory inquiries. ·In depth case studies ranging from IT troubleshooting to marketing analysis to risk assessments in healthcare show exactly where and what goes wrong in real world activities and how to improve them. ·Presents a system and framework for analyzing complex work and takes the mystery out of eliciting patterns of work and their meanings. ·Offers new perspectives for support and new design strategies for building the right models into programs so that they effectively address users' dynamic work. ·Allows designers to turn findings into useful designs for problems that require users to create new knowledge but with no one right answer and with many methods of reaching solutions.

Taking Flight Inspirational Stories Of Lung Transplantation More Journeys

Author: Lung Recipients Around the World
Editor: Trafford Publishing
ISBN: 1426968744
Size: 15,58 MB
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Anya And The Dragon

Author: Sofiya Pasternack
Editor: Versify
ISBN: 0358006074
Size: 14,83 MB
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In an alternate ninth century, twelve-year-old Anya and a new friend face a Viking and a Tsar to protect the water dragon that saved her life, putting her family's home at risk.

Encyclopedia Of Jewish American Literature

Author: Alan L. Berger
Editor: Infobase Learning
ISBN: 1438140614
Size: 14,84 MB
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Presents a reference on Jewish American literature providing profiles of Jewish American writers and their works.

The Refuge

Author: Jasmine Cresswell
Editor: Harlequin
ISBN: 146036287X
Size: 20,66 MB
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Was it a place of safety… or deadly danger? Nestled in the Colorado Rockies, the Wainscott Ranch is a place of hope and promise for expectant mothers from war-torn regions of the globe. Here, women with nowhere to go, and no one to help them, find refuge. Though raised in a life of privilege, Marisa Joubert, too, has escaped a terrible fate and understands the fear of being alone, penniless and frightened. Determined to start over and support her young son alone, she lands a position at Wainscott as a bookkeeper. Yet almost immediately she senses that something there is very wrong. When one of the young women disappears, Marisa's suspicions escalate. Especially about Jimmy, the janitor, who may not be as innocent as he pretends to be. He is a man who could be friend or enemy, a man who could be searching for answers…or desperately trying to cover them up. Marisa knows he's somehow involved in the mysterious events at Wainscott. But which side is he on?

Intensive Psychotherapy For Persistent Dissociative Processes The Fear Of Feeling Real Norton Series On Interpersonal Neurobiology

Author: Richard A. Chefetz
Editor: W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN: 0393710904
Size: 12,93 MB
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Winner of the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation's (ISSTD) Pierre Janet Writing Award, 2015. What really happens in dissociation. Winner of the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation's (ISSTD) Pierre Janet Writing Award, 2015. What really happens in dissociation. Winner of the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation's (ISSTD) Pierre Janet Writing Award, 2015. What really happens in dissociation. Winner of the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation's (ISSTD) Pierre Janet Writing Award, 2015. What really happens in dissociation. Dissociative processes have long burdened trauma survivors with the dilemma of longing to feel “real” at the same time as they desperately want to avoid the pain that comes with that healing—a dilemma that often presents particularly acute difficulties for healing professionals. Recent clinical and neurobiological research sheds some light into the dark corners of a mind undergoing persistent dissociation, but its integration into the practice of talking therapy has never, until now, been fully realized. Intensive Psychotherapy for Persistent Dissociative Processes brings readers into the consultation room, and into the minds of both patient and therapist, like no other work on the treatment of trauma and dissociation. Richard A. Chefetz marries neuroscientific sophistication with a wealth of extended case histories, following patients over several years and offering several verbatim session transcripts. His unpacking of the emotionally impactful experience of psychodynamic talking therapy is masterfully written, clearly accessible, and singularly thorough. From neurobiological foundations he builds a working understanding of dissociation and its clinical manifestations. Drawing on theories of self-states and their involvement in dissociative experiences, he demonstrates how to identify persistent dissociation and its related psychodynamic processes, including repetition compulsion and enactment. He then guides readers through the beginning stages of a treatment, with particular attention to the psychodynamics of emotion in both patient and therapist. The second half of the book immerses readers in emotionally challenging clinical processes, offering insight into the neurobiology of fear and depersonalization, as well as case examples detailing struggles with histories of incest, sexual addiction, severe negativity, negative therapeutic reactions, enactment, and object-coercive doubting. The narrative style of Chefetz’s casework is nearly novelistic, bringing to life the clinical setting and the struggles in both patient and therapist. The only mystery in this clinical exposition, as it explores several cases over a number of years, is what will happen next. In the depth of his examples and in continual, self-reflexive analysis of flaws in past treatments, Chefetz is both a generous guide and an expert storyteller. Intensive Psychotherapy for Persistent Dissociative Processes is unique in its ability to place readers in the consultation room of psychodynamic therapy. With an evidence-focused approach based in neurobiology and a bold clinical scope, it will be indispensible to new and experienced therapists alike as they grapple with the most intractable clinical obstacles.