The Road Back To Me

Author: Lisa A. Romano
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ISBN: 9780578102689
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Healing and Recovering from Co-dependency, Addiction, Enabling, and Low Self-Esteem This story is told through the jagged peephole of the author's awareness, examining her formative wounds and influences from the perspective of a woman who has now gained experience and wisdom. As she peers over her soul's shoulder, she recalls the chaos of her once-fragile childhood mind. She shudders as she is reminded of the sting of her lonely childhood, her feelings of abandonment, and her painful memories of being bullied. Her childhood self was once so lost that she even contemplated suicide. As the years progress, her mind is riddled with obsession, compulsion, and a crippling sense of low self-esteem. A turning point arrives many years later, after marriage and the birth of three children. This story is about healing the faulty programming of childhood. It is about recovery from relationship addiction, food addiction, anxiety, and constant fear. It is a human story that will resonate with readers from all walks of life, and which offers hope to anyone who has felt imprisoned by the past.

The Road Back To You

Author: Ian Morgan Cron
Editor: InterVarsity Press
ISBN: 083089327X
Size: 19,90 MB
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Ignorance is bliss—except in self-awareness. Ian Morgan Cron and Suzanne Stabile share their Enneagram wisdom and help you grow in knowledge of yourself, compassion for others, and love for God. Witty and filled with stories, this unique approach gives you a peek inside each of the nine Enneagram types, taking you further into who you really are and leading you into spiritual discovery.

The Road Back To Tuscany

Author: C. A. KINGSLEY
Editor: Trafford Publishing
ISBN: 1490712461
Size: 13,35 MB
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Have you ever dreamed of being able to change your destiny? The opportunity of a new exciting career, beautiful location and a man to die for. But is the grass always greener on the other side? Catherine Kane soon finds out and is in for a roller coaster ride and perhaps what she's left behind is what she could have been looking for in the first place.

The Road Back To Esrever

Author: Olivia Taylor
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1300398620
Size: 17,89 MB
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The Road Back To You Study Guide

Author: Ian Morgan Cron
Editor: InterVarsity Press
ISBN: 0830893288
Size: 17,23 MB
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Want to go deeper into the Enneagram? Ian Morgan Cron and Suzanne Stabile have created a content-rich companion to their book The Road Back to You. For those who don't yet know their number, it will offer further opportunity to explore the numbers, and for those who already do, it offers an opportunity to reflect on implications for growth. This study guide features An overview of the Enneagram with new material about Triads SNAP: a helpful tool for growth Five sessions with questions appropriate for personal growth or group discussion, with space to write Reflections from individuals of each type about what it's like to be their number Whether you are on your own or meeting with a group, this guide will help you to grow in knowledge of yourself, compassion for others, and love for God.

The Road Back

Author: Di Morrissey
Editor: Pan Macmillan
ISBN: 1447283260
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Journalist Chris Baxter is at a crossroads. When he returns with his teenage daughter to live with his mother Susan in the beautiful township of Neverend, Chris hopes to pick up the pieces after his life takes an unexpected turn. But life in the small town turns out to be far from idyllic. Soon Chris discovers that opportunities for employment are few and far between and it's not long before he finds himself in increasingly dire financial straits. He thinks his prayers are answered when Susan attends the forty-year reunion of an Australian diplomatic trip to Indonesia, and he smells a story in the unusual circumstances surrounding the death of one of the members of the group. But as he begins to investigate, strange threatening occurrences begin to strike the family, and the peace of the small town by the river is shattered. As the intimidation increases, so does Chris' determination to uncover the truth. With his family in peril, Chris frantically searches for answers, before it's too late.

The Road Back

Author: Liz Harris
Editor: Choc Lit Limited
ISBN: 1906931550
Size: 18,79 MB
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A British woman journeys to the Ladakh region of India in this “beautifully written story of forbidden love” (Novelicious.com). India, 1960s. For Major George Carstairs, the Ladakh region, north of the Himalayas and to the west of Tibet, is the most tranquil and beautiful land in the world. Accompanying him on a return voyage, Patricia Carstairs hopes to finally win the love of her exacting father. But while she comes to share her father’s love of Ladakh, she also finds love with a charming local man. As the fourth son in his family, Kalden is bound by tradition to become a Buddhist monk. But as he and Patricia grow closer, he knows his fate is to be with her. Facing his family’s disapproval and her father’s fury, they are determined to be together. But can their love survive the consequences of rebellion? Voted Book of the Year by Coffee Time Romance & More, The Road Back is “beautifully told, with passion that crosses both time and culture” (Historical Novel Society).

The Road Back Again

Author: Edward T Wilson
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1469110784
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Many of my poems centre on the theme of having a positive or moral outcome. We are all the same in that we all feel emotions regardless of who we are. I have always been of the opinion to use rhyme as a simple means to express, as concisely as I can, the reasons why we feel the way that we do and perhaps the reasons why we do the things that we do. For whatever takes place in life, we are all susceptible to the same emotions—regardless of our varying experiences. In turn, it is because of what we feel and experience that make us who we are, or rather, who we have the potential to become—for better or worse. It is my intention that my poems serve as a reminder, or conversely, serve as an additional insight into the fact that we can all rise above our circumstances. Oft times we fall short and in doing so fail to see our worth or the worth in others—either because we fail to remember or fail to do, i.e, to remember to do what is necessary to help ourselves and to be there for others! I have sought to make these poems as insightful as I could, enough to see that we all deserve to be redeemed in one way or another!

The Second Journey

Author: Joan Anderson
Editor: Hachette Books
ISBN: 1401342930
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From the bestselling author of A Year by the Sea, this memoir is a coming-of-age story for every woman who has asked herself: "Now what?" The Second Journey chronicles Anderson's quest to restore equilibrium to her life after the responsibilities of being a mother, wife, grandmother, caretaker, and bestselling author distract her--almost dangerously--from taking care of herself. Suffused with Anderson's characteristic humor and warmth, this book is a permission slip for any woman who seeks to step out of line and create her own destiny. As Joan shares her stories of balancing love, marriage, family, parents, and spirituality, she inspires and instructs readers to find peace and a unique purpose within their own lives. She offers reassurance that the best is yet to come, and empowers other women to come of age in the middle of life.

At Ease With The Dead

Author: Walter Satterthwait
Editor: Overamstel Uitgevers
ISBN: 9049985033
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Croft combs New Mexico for a Navajo who’s been dead since 1866 On a fishing trip in the mountains outside of Santa Fe, private detective Joshua Croft hears pistol fire. He finds an elderly Navajo encircled by a trio of trigger-happy yokels, demanding the old man dance for them. Croft disarms them, sends them packing, and returns to Santa Fe a few days later. He has nearly forgotten about the incident by the time the Navajo turns up in his office to ask him to find a body. Missing since the 1920s, it is the corpse of a long-dead victim of an American campaign against the Navajo. For years nightmares have plagued one of his descendants, who wants the body found so that the dead man’s soul can rest. As Croft searches for the remains, he learns that there are still those who will kill to keep New Mexico’s bloody past buried.