Doing Single Well

Author: Gemma Cribb
Editor: Trigger Publishing
ISBN: 1912478064
Size: 11,29 MB
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Being a single woman in our society is tough. We live in a world that regards "happily ever after" as being in a couple, and encourages single women to work hard to "improve" themselves, or "settle" if Mr Right doesn't show up. Women are bombarded with books and advice on how to meet the perfect man, how to understand him better; and even how to change themselves, in the hopes that they can overcome their sorry single status ... This book is different. Doing Single Well acknowledges and supports the lived experience of single women today, and encourages you to stay true to yourself. It addresses the feelings of loneliness, rejection, depression, and anxiety that are often associated with being single, and provides practical exercises and advice to help you feel happier and more self-confident, without the need to change who you are. Doing Single Well will help you find fulfilment in your single life, and if you want a partner, to wait for one who is right for you. Wherever you are on your journey, this book will help you join the growing ranks of satisfied single women who, if they choose to date, delight in doing so.

Staying Well And Safe At University

Author: Dominique Thompson
Editor: Trigger Publishing
ISBN: 1789560659
Size: 18,67 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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This illustrated pocket book offers advice, practical tips, and useful exercises for students who want to safely navigate the unique pressures and pleasures that life at university brings. Written by the award-winning student mental health specialist, Dr Dominique Thompson, this easy-to-read guide will ensure that readers have all the tools they need to combat issues around leaving home, exam stress, socialising, safety, sex, and substances, so that they can truly make the most of their time as a student. The book follows the timeline of a student preparing for university, finding their way through freshers' week, the first term, the interruption of holidays, and returning to family. The format makes the book suitable for sixth formers planning ahead for university, as well as first year students. The material is easy to dip in and out of, and addresses all of the major issues they’ll experience as a new student. It is written from a non-judgemental perspective, and features extensive contributions form students talking about their own experiences, the things they learned, and the things they’d wished they’d known. This is the book that everyone wishes they’d had when they started university!

Wired That Way Companion Workbook

Author: Marita Littauer
Editor: Revell
ISBN: 1441225358
Size: 14,25 MB
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Do you want to better understand yourself, maximize your strengths, and improve your relationships? Understanding how we are wired can enrich our lives and our relationships, helping to overcome differences that can seem irreconcilable. Instead of terminating jobs, friendships, or marriage on grounds of incompatibility, it is possible to turn these relationships from dying to growing. For more than 25 years, Marita Littauer, with her mother, Florence Littauer, has helped thousands of men and women with their personal and professional relationships. In Wired That Way, Marita brings together in one book a comprehensive overview of the personality types that speaks to anyone who wants to understand and to be understood.

Resourcefulness At University

Author: Dominique Thompson
Editor: Trigger Publishing
ISBN: 1789560691
Size: 16,60 MB
Format: PDF
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This illustrated pocket book offers advice and practical tips for students to help build their resourcefulness at university. It acknowledges the huge, emotional shift that occurs when a student goes to university, as well as offering advice and strategies to deal with situations that may be academically and/or personally challenging. The book outlines some of the reasons why it is particularly difficult for 18-24-year-olds to deal with the upheaval of starting university, but goes on to offer evidence-based approaches to help manage the transition. With insightful material from students who describe the unique pressures they experienced at university – and how they dealt with them – this is a very practical book in which readers will learn ways to develop life strategies and grow as a result of their experiences. This easy-to-read guide will ensure that readers have all the tools they need to build on their resourcefulness, equipping them for life at university and beyond.

Anxiety At University

Author: Dominique Thompson
Editor: Trigger Publishing
ISBN: 1789560578
Size: 14,33 MB
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This illustrated pocket book offers advice, practical tips, and useful exercises for students to recognise and manage anxiety at university. Written by the award-winning student mental health specialist, Dr Dominique Thompson, this easy-to-read guide will help readers understand where their anxiety comes from, and why it exists. Whatever the source of individuals’ worries or phobias, this book will help readers understand their anxiety and help them develop the tools they need to handle it. With lots of real-life examples, Dominique shows how anxiety affects people differently – helping readers develop strategies that will be truly meaningful for their individual experience. Just as importantly, readers will learn about the kinds of unhelpful things that people try to do to deal with anxiety, which actually cause more harm than good. Above all, this book will help students navigate their life at university, without feeling like their anxieties are in charge of them.

Comprehensive Case Management For Substance Abuse Treatment

Author: Sandra Clunies
Editor: DIANE Publishing
ISBN: 9780756702557
Size: 13,95 MB
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A Treatment Improvement Protocol on case management, which can be described as a coordinated approach to the delivery of health, substance abuse, mental health, & social services, linking clients with appropriate services to address specific needs & achieve stated goals. Case management lends itself to the treatment of substance abuse, particularly for clients with other disorders & conditions who require multiple services over extended periods of time & who face difficulty in gaining access to those services. This report details the factors that programs should consider as they decide to implement case management or modify their current case management activities.

Doing Good Well

Author: Willie Cheng
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118799437
Size: 17,96 MB
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Why does a deserving charity struggle to make ends meet while another which squanders money, thrive? Because there is a structural disconnect between revenue and expenses in the nonprofit world. Is continuous growth the hallmark of a successful charity? No, it’s just the opposite – the ultimate aim of a charity is to be extinct. Would you use volunteers if it actually cost more than hiring paid skilled staff? Yes, if engagement with the community is crucial. Call these examples, ironies, paradoxes or simply insights into why the charity sector is what it is. Doing Good Well is a thinking man’s guide to the nonprofit world. It is replete with nonprofit paradigms. It provides a different twist to what one might regard as straightforward notions such as mission, staff compensation, governance and corporate social responsibility. And it surprises and challenges even as it seeks to explain charity-specific issues such as charitableness, bridging the rich/poor divide, informed giving and social entrepreneurship. And as he deconstructs existing paradigms, Willie Cheng creates new ones. Through an easy writing style, hearty anecdotes and thought-provoking perspectives, Cheng engages the readers with a strategic review of not just the status quo but also the enormous potential in the nonprofit world. The theme of the book is change. Inasmuch as charities are about changing society for the better, this book seeks to set the stage for interesting introspection. Whether you are a volunteer, business executive, nonprofit worker, governor or regulator, it’s time to start asking the questions that would help the charity sector itself change for the better. In Cheng’s words, charity is no longer simply about "Just Doing Good" but "Doing Good Well."

Living Well While Doing Good

Author: Donna Schaper
Editor: Church Publishing, Inc.
ISBN: 9781596270473
Size: 17,60 MB
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Can we really enjoy the world while trying to save it? Many of us want to do both, but find a balance difficult to achieve. Part how-to and part memoir, Schaper's book shows us a socially responsible way of having it all. The short, humorous chapters are about simplifying: food, children, money, romance. From the Slow Food Movement to the lighting of simple fires, Schaper provides basic strategies and spiritual solutions for living well and doing good, drawing from her own experience of working for social change while attempting to live fully.

Giving Well Doing Good

Author: Amy A. Kass
Editor: Indiana University Press
ISBN: 0253219558
Size: 15,14 MB
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A wide-ranging anthology on the goals of philanthropic gift giving

Doing Good And Doing Well

Author: Stephen A. Garrett
Editor: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780275965815
Size: 17,72 MB
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Focuses on the moral duties that individual members of the international community have toward the welfare of others.