Too Scared To Feel

Author: Karen Cherrett
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ISBN: 9781082059957
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Have you lived your life being scared of your emotions, of what you feel? This book is all about my journey of discovering that it was okay to feel. I used to bottle up my emotions. I was afraid to let them out and experience them. My childhood story lived with me and made my life stressful and full of anxiety. Then I found The Work of Byron Katie and through learning this simple tool and exploring my emotions and the story or beliefs that I had that created them, I set myself free from my bottled up emotions and am now living a life that is anxiety and stress free. Too scared to feel is a group of chapters about meeting the emotions. Feel free to dive in at whichever place grabs your interest.

Too Scared To Learn

Author: Cara L. Garcia
Editor: Corwin
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This book explains academic anxiety, what causes it and what its physical and intellectual effects are. Strategies are provided for teachers and school counsellors to use with students in a one-on-one setting to overcome serious academic anxiety.

Too Tired To Keep Running Too Scared To Stop

Author: Joyce A. Patenaude
Editor: Element Books Limited
ISBN: 9781862043497
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Examines how the core belief of a person's inadequacy starts and develops into a multitude of limiting beliefs that form a blueprint of personal reality

Mantras In Motion

Author: Erin Stutland
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ISBN: 1401955274
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Sutland offers nine foundational mantras in her tri-fold approach to creating change, holistic wellness and fitness, and she will help you harness your body's mental, physical and spiritual energy in service to what you want.

Summer Bird Blue

Author: Akemi Dawn Bowman
Editor: Simon Pulse
ISBN: 1481487760
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“A lyrical novel about grief, love, and finding oneself in the wake of a tragic loss.” —Bustle “Gorgeous prose and heartbreaking storytelling.” —Paste Magazine “Grabs your heart and won’t let go.” —Book Riot A Kirkus Reviews Best Book of the Year Three starred reviews for this stunning novel about a mixed-race teen who struggles to find her way back to her love of music in the wake of her sister’s death, from the author of the William C. Morris Award finalist Starfish. Rumi Seto spends a lot of time worrying she doesn’t have the answers to everything. What to eat, where to go, whom to love. But there is one thing she is absolutely sure of—she wants to spend the rest of her life writing music with her younger sister, Lea. Then Lea dies in a car accident, and her mother sends her away to live with her aunt in Hawaii while she deals with her own grief. Now thousands of miles from home, Rumi struggles to navigate the loss of her sister, being abandoned by her mother, and the absence of music in her life. With the help of the “boys next door”—a teenage surfer named Kai, who smiles too much and doesn’t take anything seriously, and an eighty-year-old named George Watanabe, who succumbed to his own grief years ago—Rumi attempts to find her way back to her music, to write the song she and Lea never had the chance to finish. Aching, powerful, and unflinchingly honest, Summer Bird Blue explores big truths about insurmountable grief, unconditional love, and how to forgive even when it feels impossible.

Dhhs Publication No Ohds

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Fear Street The Beginning

Author: R.L. Stine
Editor: Simon Pulse
ISBN: 1534477845
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The classic and heart-pounding Fear Street Series from beloved author R.L. Stine is back with the first four books now in one thrilling package! Welcome to Fear Street… Where strange things happen, people go missing, and nightmares come true. This is where it all began. When Fear Street became legend, forever linked with danger, and curses, and things that go bump in the night. Go back to how it all started—to the moment when Corey Brooks falls for perfect, incredible Anna, only to learn that she’s gone missing...on Fear Street. Venture into the terrifying Fear Street woods where Meg Dalton’s best friend Evan died under mysterious circumstances, and discover why only Meg can uncover the truth behind his death. Follow Della to Fear Island and learn about the terrifying threats that force Della to confront her past—and the incident that occurred on the island between her and a dangerous stranger. Return to Fear Street with Mark and Cara Burroughs who come home to find that their parents have disappeared, plunging them into a nightmare of chaos that neither of them could have ever predicted. The only thing they know for sure is that though Fear Street may be a mystery, not everyone escapes such an evil place alive. Only danger awaits those brave enough to travel down Fear Street. You’re not afraid…are you?

Handbook Of Sexuality Related Measures

Author: Clive M. Davis
Editor: SAGE Publications, Incorporated
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Fundamental to understanding human sexual expression is reliable and valid measurement and assessment. Many instruments have been developed to measure a myriad of sexuality-related states, traits, behaviours and outcomes. Few are easily accessible and the information is often limited concerning appropriate use and psychometric properties. To counter these problems, the Handbook of Sexuality-Related Measures reproduces more than 200 instruments, accompanied by essential information for their use in research, educational and clinical settings. Each chapter describes the development and appropriate use of each instrument. Reliability and validity data are summarized and referenced.

The Joy Of Kindness

Author: Robert J. Furey
Editor: Crossroad
ISBN: 9780824512699
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Here is a book that had to be written and needs to be read, one that sheds light of the meaning of kindness and how it can radically change out lives and livesof every one around us. Dozens of stories illustrate the many aspects of kindness: empathy, compassion, generosity, gratitude, forgiveness, and its tremendous healing power.

Too Lazy To Work Too Nervous To Steal

Author: John Clausen
Editor: Writer's Digest Books
ISBN: 9780898799972
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An experienced freelancer shares his knowledge of how to succeed as well as anecdotes of the times he didn't in this entertaining book.

Stress And Strategies For Lifestyle Management

Author: Kenneth B. Matheny
Editor: Georgia State University Press
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Instructor S Manual To Accompany Rathus Psychology

Author: Spencer A. Rathus
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ISBN: 9780030581410
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Drum

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Open Heart Therapy

Author: Bob Mandel
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Scared But Not Too Scared To Think

Author: Dave Jackson
Editor: Chariot Victor Publishing
ISBN: 9780891919629
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Stories with accompanying Scripture quotations and discussion questions deal with the experience of being awakened in the night by a smoke alarm, getting separated from a parent in a department store, and being sexually molested.

The Way You Make Me Feel

Author: Francine Craft
Editor: Harlequin Kimani
ISBN: 9780373860098
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Suffering from amnesia, singer Stevie Simms finds refuge in Damien Steele's home. As they become lovers, Damien's frozen heart thaws and Stevie starts to recover, but someone is trying to kill Stevie--if only she could remember who. Original.

Parabola

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Too Scared To Learn

Author: Jenny Horsman
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1135655707
File Size: 53,99 MB
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Too Scared to Learn explores the impact of women's experiences of violence on their learning, and proposes radical changes to educational programs through connecting therapeutic and educational discourses. Little attention has previously been paid to the impact of violence on learning. A large percentage of women who come to adult literacy programs have experienced, or are currently experiencing, violence in their lives. This experience of violence negatively affects their ability to improve their literacy skills. Literacy programs and other educational programs have not integrated this reality into their work. This book builds on extensive research that revealed the wide range of impacts violence has on adult literacy learning. Interviews with counselors and therapists, literacy learners, and educators working in different situations, and a wide range of theoretical and experiential literature, form the basis of the analysis. Educators are offered information to support reconceptualizing programs and practices and making concrete changes that will enable women to learn more effectively. The book makes clear that without an acknowledgment of the impact of violence on learning, women, rather than getting a chance to succeed and improve their literacy skills, get only a chance to fail, confirming to themselves that they really cannot learn. Essential reading for literacy and adult education practitioners, teachers of English as a second language, and education theorists, Too Scared to Learn explores the intersection among trauma, psychological theory, and pedagogy. The book is filled with a wealth of practical ideas, possibilities, and thoughts about what practitioners might do differently in classrooms and educational institutions if we begin to think differently about violence.

Ebony

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EBONY is the flagship magazine of Johnson Publishing. Founded in 1945 by John H. Johnson, it still maintains the highest global circulation of any African American-focused magazine.

The Grown Up Man

Author: John C. Friel
Editor: Hci
ISBN: 9781558741799
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A leading authority in the recovery field, John Friel is the bestselling author of An Adult Child's Guide to What's Normal and Adult Children: Secrets of Dysfunctional Families. Now he challenges men to have the courage to face their situation without apologizing for it, and grow up and become men of integrity and honor.