The Empty Chair

Author: Jeffery Deaver
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9780743499880
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The Empty Chair

Author: Diane Duane
Editor: Pocket Books/Star Trek
ISBN: 9781416508915
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As the Romulan Empire, armed with a master weapon that can destabilize entire stars, prepares for war against the Federation, a growing number of Romulan worlds revolt, led by renegade Commander Ael t'Rllaillieu of the warbird Bloodwing, and aided by Captain James T. Kirk and Hamalki physicist K's't'lk, the Federation's leading expert on the new technology. Original.

The Empty Chair

Author: Tim J. Kelly
Editor: Pioneer Drama Service, Inc.
ISBN:
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The Empty Chair

Author: Bess Kaplan
Editor: Saskatoon : Western Producer Prairie Books
ISBN: 9780888332059
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As If The Empty Chair

Author: Margaret Randall
Editor: Wings Press
ISBN: 160940159X
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These twelve exquisite poems depict, with razor-precise clarity, the realities of the "disappeared" in Latin America and the emotional devastation of the families left behind. As human beings, we can find the strength to bury our dead, grieve for them always, and yet somehow move on. Not so with our disappeared loved ones: every moment is filled with the horror of what they must be suffering in some secret torture cell. We never escape from their screams, and we never stop trying to find them. As Margaret Randall so vividly writes, "We cannot move on, for where would they find us when they stumble home?" Estos doce poemas exquisitos representan, con claridad precisa, las realidades de los “desaparecidos” en América Latina y la devastación emocional de las familias que se quedan atrás. Como humanos, podemos encontrar la fuerza para enterrar los muertos, llorar a ellos para siempre y de algún modo proseguir. Pero ésta no es la realidad de la situación de los desaparecidos: cada momento se llena con el horror de lo que sin duda sufren ellos en celdas secretas de tortura. Nunca podemos escapar de sus gritos, pero tampoco podemos parar la búsqueda de ellos. Escribe Margaret Randall, "No podemos seguir adelante; ¿dónde nos encontrarían cuando regresen en casa?"

The Empty Chair

Author: Raymond I. Keffer
Editor: CSS Publishing
ISBN: 0788018337
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Written for a Thanksgiving service, this program in readers' theater format is set in a restaurant where a pastor has taken four young people out to dinner. Although there are only five in the party, the pastor asks for a table for six. The story unfolds as the pastor explains why he has requested an extra place setting and chair.

The Empty Chair

Author: Lois M. Gentry
Editor:
ISBN: 9781450245159
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Annie McMuffit must infuse her new business, Annie's Attic, with a large amount of hard cash or abandon her long-time desire to own an antique shop. Joe Carter offers Annie a money-spinning job evaluating the contents of a ten-room Victorian house, his recent inheritance. Annie, a novice at appraising antiques but desperate for money, accepts the job. While Annie works and stays at the isolated, menacing Carter house, someone tries to frighten her away. She proves why her nickname is Granite-head and stays her course. After Annie reads a collection of diaries she finds in a secret compartment of an old armoire, the discovery leads her as a wannabe detective in a new direction when she sets forth to solve an old murder.

The Empty Chair

Author: Susan J. R.N. Zonnebelt-Smeenge, Ed.D
Editor: Baker Books
ISBN: 9781585582020
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Losing a loved one--whether a spouse, parent, child, sibling, or friend--leaves people feeling overwhelmed and hopeless. Holidays and other special occasions seem to intensify the pain. Whether the occasion is Christmas or Easter, a birthday or anniversary, these celebrations force the bereaved to again face the reality of a loved one's absence. Susan Zonnebelt-Smeenge and Robert C. De Vries know firsthand the sorrow of bereavement: Both lost a spouse. Yet as they faced their pain and gleaned insights from their professions--Susan is a psychologist, Robert, a minister--they found renewed richness on special days that once brought heartache. In The Empty Chair, the authors share a comforting blend of emotional support, spiritual guidance, and personal experience to help readers honor their loved one on important days. Those who support the bereaved--mental-health professionals, pastors, funeral home staff, and others--will also appreciate this book for its reflective yet practical approach.

The Empty Chair

Author: Mike Boxhall
Editor: Book Guild Publishing
ISBN: 9781846247064
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Teacher and therapist Mike Boxhall draws on years of experience with thousands of students to offer a path to spiritual freedom. From a starting point of stillness, he leads readers on a challenging but ultimately rewarding path of discovery.

The Empty Chair

Author: Vikram Kolmannskog
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 0429840551
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Through eight compelling stories we get to know the Gestalt therapist Vikram Kolmannskog and some of his clients. These include the businessman Carl who is suffering from chronic burnout, the overwhelmed Marianne who believes she may have been the victim of sexual assualt, the trans woman Annette who breaks with dominant gender norms, the prisoner Jonny who is now encircled by his own self-made wall of isolation, and the beautiful Ask, who falls in love and others fall in love with - including the therapist Vikram. Through these tales of psychotherapy we see how both suffering and healing can occur. With increased awareness and through dialogue we can experience more of ourselves, the other and our world. We become more whole - and that is a good definition of health.

The Empty Chair

Author: Bruce Wagner
Editor: Penguin
ISBN: 1101630744
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Composed of two companion novellas, The Empty Chair is a profound, heart-wrenching piece of spiritual storytelling from Bruce Wagner, the internationally acclaimed author of such novels as Dead Stars, I’m Losing You and Force Majeure. In First Guru, a fictional Wagner narrates the tale of a Buddhist living in Big Sur, who achieves enlightenment in the horrific aftermath of his child’s suicide. In Second Guru, Queenie, an aging wild child, returns to India to complete the spiritual journey of her youth. Told in ravaged, sensuous detail to the author-narrator by two strangers on opposite sides of the country, years apart from each other, both stories illuminate the random, chaotic nature of human suffering and the miraculous strength of the human spirit. A deeply affecting and meditative reading experience, The Empty Chair is an exquisitely rendered, thought-provoking, and humbling new work.

The Empty Chair

Author: Beryl S. Glover
Editor: In Sight Books
ISBN: 9781892785343
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The journey of grief after suicide.

Empty Chair Finding Hope And Joy Timeless Wisdom From A Hasidic Master

Author: Moshe Mykoff
Editor: Jewish Lights Publishing
ISBN: 1879045672
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"Know! A person walks in life on a very narrow bridge. The most important thing is not to be afraid." A treasury of insights and advice for living joyously and spiritually today, for people of all faiths--and no faith. One of the great spiritual seekers, Rebbe Nachman of Breslov (1772-1810) is among the most often quoted of the Hasidic masters. Even after two centuries, his teachings have a potent, meaningful message: Never lose hope; find joy and cause for happiness in everything that happens to you. In these pages, his powerful wisdom brings us inspiration for life today. "Always remember: joy is not merely incidental to your spiritual quest. It is vital." Rebbe Nachman of Breslov 1772-1810 To some, Rebbe Nachman is best known for stories that possess profound depth and speak to the very soul. To others, his teachings shed light on some of life's deepest mysteries. Now, as before, he speaks to a spiritually seeking generation in strong and uplifting ways.Teacher, guide and spiritual master, Rebbe Nachman provides vital words of inspiration for life today. With timeless insight and wisdom, Rebbe Nachman shows us how to fill the empty chair--the alienated self--by leaving sadness and finding hope and joy.

The Empty Chair

Author: James Miller Robinson
Editor:
ISBN: 9781646624218
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Living With An Empty Chair

Author: Roberta Temes
Editor: New Horizon Press
ISBN: 9780882821108
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Identifies the stages of grief, looks at how children face death, and discusses suicide, bereavement, counseling, symptoms of grief, insomnia, letters of condolence, and widowhood

Visions Votes And Vetoes

Author: Jean Marie Palayret
Editor: Peter Lang
ISBN: 9789052010311
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The empty chair crisis of 1965, resolved in the Luxembourg Compromise of 1966, forms part of the dramatic past of the European Union, and is for many a turning-point in European political integration. This volume, based on new research, revisits these events. It sheds fresh light on the mixed motives of the principal member states, European institutions and third-country actors, and identifies the shadows cast over subsequent legal and political practice. The book results from a collaborative project among historians, lawyers, and political scientists. It draws on new archival material and on many insights from practitioners, both some involved in the events of 1965-66 and others engaged in subsequent negotiations in the Council of the EU. Traces of these events persist in the consensus-oriented culture in the Council, where a concern to avoid sharply polarised confrontation limits recourse to active voting, even though the formal use of qualified majority voting has been greatly extended. Arguments over agricultural policy, the EU budget and world trade negotiations thus continue to provide occasions for some member states to insist on their 'very important interests'. This book stems from a co-funded project of the Fondation Paul-Henri Spaak in Brussels and of the European University Institute and the Historical Archives of the European Union in Florence.

The Empty Chair

Author: Susan J. R.N. Zonnebelt-Smeenge, Ed.D
Editor: Baker Books
ISBN: 9780801063770
File Size: 37,31 MB
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Losing a loved one--whether a spouse, parent, child, sibling, or friend--leaves people feeling overwhelmed and hopeless. Holidays and other special occasions seem to intensify the pain. Whether the occasion is Christmas or Easter, a birthday or anniversary, these celebrations force the bereaved to again face the reality of a loved one's absence. Susan Zonnebelt-Smeenge and Robert C. De Vries know firsthand the sorrow of bereavement: Both lost a spouse. Yet as they faced their pain and gleaned insights from their professions--Susan is a psychologist, Robert, a minister--they found renewed richness on special days that once brought heartache. In The Empty Chair, the authors share a comforting blend of emotional support, spiritual guidance, and personal experience to help readers honor their loved one on important days. Those who support the bereaved--mental-health professionals, pastors, funeral home staff, and others--will also appreciate this book for its reflective yet practical approach.

The Empty Chair

Author: Ayanna Moo-Young
Editor:
ISBN: 9780999209707
File Size: 65,40 MB
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"The Empty Chair: Sitting with Forgiveness" reveals Author Ayanna Moo-Young's personal journey as she openly shares with readers aspects of her life and mimics what is known as, the empty chair technique, popularized by one of the founders of gestalt therapy, Fritz Perls."If we really want to love we must learn to forgive." Mother TeresaAyanna's education and life experiences has helped her develop an enhanced sense of awareness of her bodily feelings, emotions, perceptions and behaviors in their raw state. She offers readers a simple system to consider called, The 6rs to Forgiveness: Recognize; Recognize; Relieve; Repent; Release; Replace; and Revive. After earning her bachelor's degree in Sociology and a master's degree in Counseling Psychology, Ayanna became equipped with the knowledge and skills to apply these principles toward her own true healing to attract authentic love to live a happy life. "Ayanna's courage to be transparent inspires you to destroy the walls that you have skillfully built around your pain, disappointment and hurts. She offers practical steps to help you move forward to forgiveness which liberates you to experience the fullness of life. The book is definitely a must have if you truly desire to embrace the beauty of forgiveness for yourself and others."Elaine Scales Founder CEO, An Ounce of Kibou, Inc. "A creative courageous, brutally honest, and easy reading inspirational book, with a powerful global message; a must read for all ages (the younger the better), all over the world."Richard Willis, President and CEO, Sankofa International, Inc. "When life presents challenges you can either give in to them or muster all of your determination and will to overcome them. Ayanna's book presents a powerful message through the use of `empty chairs' in a personification approach. She also inspires, educates and motivates those who can relate to her struggles by implementing a series of strategies readers can apply to their own lifestyles."Michael T. Lyle, Jr., Connecticut-based Radio Broadcaster/Reporter

The 2nd Empty Chair

Author: Oskar Zimmerman
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 024499630X
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After the police broke into Martin Bryant's house, a journalist followed them, mentally recording the details she was going to present to the public. The house was neat & fairly normal, except for one room where some magazines were lying on a table, in between two empty chairs. For the past hours, the journalist's imagination had been building a picture of the madman, his childhood and possible motives.The entire media and police juggernaut that was gaining momentum was predicated on the assumption that he had acted alone. *** But if that was true, who had been sitting in the second empty chair? This explosive thriller takes a closer look at Australia's defining massacre, using witness statements and court documents to produce a coherent, plausible narrative that includes more facts than the prosecution case. Anyone familiar with ""Making A Murderer"" will be captivated and horrified by the details of this story, and how the popular media narrative has deviated from the facts.

The Empty Chair

Author: Alexis Leech
Editor:
ISBN: 9781090708472
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'The Empty Chair' is the story about Claire Mathews, a woman widowed in her early fifties. After two years of coming to terms with her grief, she decides to join a dating site because she hopes to find love again. Some of her experiences are cautionary, some hilarious, but throughout the book we are reminded how vulnerable older, single women can be, especially if they've enjoyed a loving relationship for many years before finding themselves alone. The first few chapters are set in rural France, but after a series of events, Claire returns to the UK and becomes an overnight celebrity for all the wrong reasons....