Breaking Out

Autore: Lydia Preston
Editore: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9781416583080
Grandezza: 45,54 MB
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An essential and comprehensive guide to acne for women of all ages Acne is no longer just a teenage affliction. In fact, dermatologists often refer to it as a woman's disease, and drugstore shelves are filled with acne products specifically geared toward adult women. But how do you choose from the overwhelming selection of treatments? Which products are appropriate to use as you grow older, become pregnant, or enter menopause? How can you work with a dermatologist to get the most out of prescription acne medications? Lydia Preston answers all of these questions and more, with up-to-date information drawn from her years of reporting on dermatology, as well as her own long personal experience with acne. In Breaking Out, she shares the wisdom of dozens of doctors and scientists who have devoted their careers to studying and treating acne, including: Guidelines for buying and using over-the-counter products Treatment for acne scars Emergency acne remedies and camouflage tips Alternative treatments, including herbal remedies, acupuncture, dietary approaches, and ways to unlock the mind-skin connection No one has to live with acne or its consequences. Breaking Out is an invaluable guide to understanding and combating acne that women of all ages can turn to with confidence.

Breaking Out

Autore: Colleen Moroukian
Editore: New Africa Books
ISBN: 9781919876863
Grandezza: 59,26 MB
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Richard is going through a hard time, his religion, his culture, even his sexuality - who and what is he? Samantha and her friend Nolwazi are playing a dangerous double-game with their parents.

Breaking Out Of Food Jail

Autore: Jean Antonello
Editore: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0684811936
Grandezza: 62,32 MB
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Argues against the famine-feast method of dieting, suggesting that eating until one feels satisfied and avoiding the bathroom scale is the best way to control weight

Breaking Out Of The Pink Collar Ghetto

Autore: Sharon H. Mastracci
Editore: M.E. Sharpe
ISBN: 9780765613554
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Reports on the successes of innovative training opportunities for non-college women who end up in low-paying, low-mobility, pink collar jobs. Examines the relative effectiveness of various programs in helping these women gain access to high-wage, high-mobility employment opportunities, and spells out what kinds of state and nonprofit programs have proven most and least effective. [publisher web site].

Breaking Out

Autore: John Butman
Editore: Harvard Business Review Press
ISBN: 1422191400
Grandezza: 41,26 MB
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How do you gain influence for an idea? In Breaking Out, idea developer and adviser John Butman shows how the methods of today’s most popular “idea entrepreneurs”—including dog psychologist Cesar Millan, French lifestyle guru Mireille Guiliano (French Women Don’t Get Fat), TOMS founder Blake Mycoskie, and many others—can help you take an idea public and build influence for it. It isn’t easy. Butman argues that the rise of the “ideaplex” (TED, Twitter, NPR, YouTube, online learning, and all the rest) has caused such an explosion in the creation and sharing of ideas that it has become much easier to go public—yet much harder to gain influence. But it can be done. Based on his own experience in advising content experts worldwide, Butman shows how the idea entrepreneur breaks out—by combining personal narrative with rich content, creating many forms of expression (from books to live events), developing real-world practices, and creating “respiration” around the idea such that other people can breathe it in and make it their own. The resulting idea platform can reach many different audience groups and continue to build influence for many years and even decades. If you have an idea and want to make a difference in your organization, build a change movement in your community, or improve the world in some way—this book will get you started on the journey to idea entrepreneurship.

Breaking Out

Autore: Kevin Alderson
Editore: Insomniac Press
ISBN: 189741496X
Grandezza: 41,38 MB
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Written in a conversational, upbeat tone, Breaking Out is the first complete and systematic self-help book to assist gay men and lesbian women build and enhance positive gay identities.

Breaking Out

Autore: Padma Desai
Editore: MIT Press
ISBN: 0262019973
Grandezza: 51,39 MB
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Padma Desai grew up in the 1930s in the provincial world of Surat, India, where she had a sheltered and strict upbringing in a traditional Gujarati Anavil Brahmin family. Her academic brilliance won her a scholarship to Bombay University, where the first heady taste of freedom in the big city led to tragic consequences -- seduction by a fellow student whom she was then compelled to marry. In a failed attempt to end this disastrous first marriage, she converted to Christianity.A scholarship to America in 1955 launched her on her long journey to liberation from the burdens and constraints of her life in India. With a growing self-awareness and transformation at many levels, she made a new life for herself, met and married the celebrated economist Jagdish Bhagwati, became a mother, and rose to academic eminence at Harvard and Columbia.How did she navigate the tumultuous road to assimilation in American society and culture? And what did she retain of her Indian upbringing in the process? This brave and moving memoir -- written with a novelist's skill at evoking personalities, places, and atmosphere, and a scholar's insights into culture and society, community, and family -- tells a compelling and thought-provoking human story that will resonate with readers everywhere.

Breaking Out

Autore: Del Bryan
Editore: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1456722565
Grandezza: 59,27 MB
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This book will take you inside the life of "DEL." It will show you how he dealt with life's circumstances using his own type of wisdom. You will gain some understanding and insight into his life; how he coped with stress, fear, failure, depression, loneliness, and discouragement. And finally, it will illustrate how all of these events helped "DEL" to discover the peace of mind that made the young boy a better man.

Breaking Out

Autore: Bob Brink
Editore: iUniverse
ISBN: 1450226779
Grandezza: 65,12 MB
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As a child growing up in various cities and towns, Britt Rutgers exhibits both acute sensitivity and an insatiable ebullience that expresses itself in rebelliousness against his restrictive parents. But something profoundly important is missing deep inside. As he moves into his late teens in the 1950s on a farm near Mayfield, Iowa, his enthusiasm gradually morphs into agonizing self-consciousness, feelings of guilt, embarrassment over sexual navet, and fear wrought by his fundamentalist religious upbringing. His parents have always placed his quiet older brother on a pedestal, and Britt begins to emulate him. Battling these internal demons, Britt is unable to concentrate and becomes panicky that he will fail his school subjects. When Britt heads out for a night of bowling in February of his senior year, he has no idea that everything is about to change. Taunted by his friends, he returns home and tearfully confides to his parents that he has been miserable for some time. They send him to a sanitarium, where he is quickly diagnosed with schizophrenia and shock treatments are begun. Over the next several years, between two periods spent in psychiatric institutions observing a plethora of colorful, and tragic, characters, Britt struggles not merely to function, but to flourish. Breaking Out explores a familys dynamics and history, revealing the forces that shape an innocent child and make a train wreck of his crossing from adolescence into adulthood.

Breaking Out

Autore: Deloris Fagan Moore
Editore: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1438959737
Grandezza: 18,31 MB
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Breaking Out Gently

Autore: Francisca Bronwyn
Editore: Balboa Press
ISBN: 1982217391
Grandezza: 33,16 MB
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Breaking Out Gently is for you if your soul is guiding you to release an old, outmoded paradigm—while maintaining peace and balance. Through her personal story and anecdotes, the author provides clear descriptions of ways we limit ourselves and outlines step-by-step how we can take an active role co-creating a more fulfilling life. She illustrates how to use the power of self-determination and the law of attraction to transform your life from within. The theories advocated are easily understandable for readers new to the approach, and those experienced in the philosophy will find fresh encouragement and support in their journeys. In combination with the practical guidebook Bliss Keys, and the online coaching hub at BlissKeys.com, Breaking Out Gently is a wonderful companion to living your truth. “Breaking Out Gently is an insightful and moving book packed with practical wisdom. If you are willing to be truthful and challenge yourself, it offers an opportunity to embrace life’s realities, clear unhealthy beliefs and assumptions, and step into a new experience of wholeness and clarity. A fascinating and valuable read.” —Brandon Bays, Author The Journey: An Extraordinary Guide to Healing Your Life and Setting Yourself Free

Breaking Out

Autore: Laura Fairchild Brodie
Editore: Vintage
ISBN: 0307554880
Grandezza: 11,47 MB
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On July 26, 1996, the United States Supreme Court nullified the single-sex admissions policy of the Virginia Military Institute, the last all-male military college in America. Capturing the voices of female and male cadets, administrators, faculty, and alumni, Laura Brodie tells the story of the Institute's intense planning for the inclusion of women and the problems and triumphs of the first year of coeducation. Brodie takes us into the meetings where every aspect of life at VMI was analyzed from the per-spective of a woman's presence: housing, clothing, haircuts, dating, and the infamous "Ratline"—the months of physical exertion, minimal sleep, and verbal harassment to which entering cadets are subjected. Throughout the process the administration's aim was to integrate women successfully without making adjustments to VMI's physical standards or giving up its tradition of education under extreme stress. No other military college had done so much to prepare. But would it work? With everyone on the Post, we hold our breath as Brodie takes us through Hell Night, the unrelenting months of the Ratline, the fraternization, hazing, and authority issues that arose, the furtive sexual encounters, the resentments and, for the women, the daily difficulties of maintaining a feminine identity in a predominantly male world. Despite the challenges, we see the women ultimately making a place for themselves. Though new problems continue to arise, Brodie's lively and inspiring account makes it clear that VMI's story is an important and timely one of institutional transformation.

Breaking Out

Autore: Lydia Michaels
Editore: Penguin
ISBN: 1101626119
Grandezza: 80,44 MB
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Second in the darkly compelling, sexually-charged contemporary romance trilogy, in which two men vie for the mind, body, and heart of a woman who may never give in to their wishes—or her own… Evelyn “Scout” Keats has left behind her painful past of surviving on the streets, and is now living in the luxurious penthouse master suite of Hotel Patras with her lover, billionaire Lucian Patras. But what she doesn’t know is the price Lucien paid for her freedom. To protect Scout’s life, Lucian cut a deal with a dangerous man from her past, Parker Hughes. He swore to stay away from her for thirty days, even though he knows Parker will be fighting to keep them apart for good and take Scout as his own. Yet neither man realizes that Scout is not about to be used as a prize or a bargaining chip for any man’s power play—and she falls back on her hard-earned self-respect and courage to show both men that the only person she truly needs is herself. But Lucien has other plans… DON’T MISS COMING HOME, THE THIRD AND FINAL NOVEL IN THE SURRENDER TRILOGY

Breaking Out Ii

Autore: Kevin Alderson
Editore: Insomniac Press
ISBN: 1554830753
Grandezza: 66,29 MB
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Following on the heels of the first edition, Breaking Out II expands its coverage by including lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex (LGBTI) individuals. While some societies have become more tolerant and accepting of sexual and gender diversity, LGBTI people continue to suffer psychological damage caused by growing up in largely heterosexist, homophobic, biphobic, and transphobic milieus. How can LGBTI individuals learn to love themselves when many or most of the signals society sends out denigrate their very being? Dr. Kevin Alderson has developed a method of building a positive LGBTI identity based on extensive research and the best of what we know about self-help psychology.

Breaking Out Again

Autore: Liz Stanley
Editore: Routledge
ISBN: 1134907524
Grandezza: 57,31 MB
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Breaking Out is one of the classics of feminist sociology. In this new edition Liz Stanley and Sue Wise review the main developments in feminist thinking on research issues since the book first appeared.

Breaking Out Of Bedlam

Autore: Leslie Larson
Editore: Crown
ISBN: 9780307460783
Grandezza: 70,99 MB
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Cora Sledge is horrified when her children, who doubt her ability to take care of herself, plot to remove her from her home. So what if her house is a shambles? Who cares when she last changed her clothes? If an eighty-two-year-old widow wants to live on junk food, pills, and cigarettes, hasn’t she earned the right? When her kids force her into The Palisades, an assisted living facility, Cora takes to her bed, planning to die as soon as possible. But life isn’t finished with her yet, not by a long shot. Deciding that truth is the best revenge, Cora begins to write a tell-all journal that reveals once and for all the secret she has guarded since she was a young woman. In entries that are profane, profound, and gossipy, she chronicles her childhood in rural Missouri, her shotgun wedding, and the terrible event that changed the course of her life. Intermingled with her reminiscences is an account of the day-to-day dramas at The Palisades—her budding romance with a suave new resident, feuds with her tablemates, her rollicking camaraderie with the man who oversees her health care, and the sinister cloud of suspicion that descends as a series of petty crimes sets everyone on edge. The story builds to a powerful climax as Cora’s revelations about her past mesh with the unraveling intrigue in the present. Cora is by turns outrageous, irreverent, and wickedly funny. Despite a life with more than its share of disappointment and struggle, she refuses to go gently into her twilight years, remaining intensely curious, disinclined to play it safe, and willing to start over. Breaking Out of Bedlam captures the loneliness and secrets that lurk within families, the hardscrabble reality facing women with limited resources, and the resilience of a woman who survives, despite all the odds, through an unlikely combination of passion, humor, and faith.

Breaking Out Of Trouble

Autore: Creflo A. Dollar
Editore: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0446559601
Grandezza: 28,63 MB
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Learn the many facets of salvation and deliverance God has made available. With the scriptural solutions found in this book, readers will be ready for any adversity.

Breaking Out Of The Cloud

Autore: Emmanuel J. Gomashie
Editore: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1456716891
Grandezza: 64,88 MB
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Breaking Out Of Religious Christianity

Autore: Duane Harlow
Editore: Destiny Image Publishers
ISBN: 076842383X
Grandezza: 77,98 MB
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"Walking away from unfounded traditions, self-inflicted convictions, and damning judgments will set you on a path toward personal victory in Christ. As you recognize the bondage of religion, you will feel the freedom and excitement that only He can provide and sustain"--Cover, P. [4].

Breaking Out Of Treatment Court

Autore: SHAWNE WILLIAMS
Editore: Trafford Publishing
ISBN: 1490742018
Grandezza: 67,14 MB
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This story begins with the end of a run of the streets--the start of a new journey. It was the end of the summer of 2008 when I was done with my last run in the streets. I was selling drugs and also using drugs. I heard a voice. Actually, I had heard the voice ever since I was 18 years old. The voice shocked me to my core. It was almost like a dream. My grandparents raised me in the church, but I made a choice. Now Im walking in change. My mother-in-law was sick one day, and she went to the doctor. So she called me on my cell phone to pick her up from the doctors office. This is where my change begins.