On My Own

Author : Florence Falk
Genre : Self-Help
Publisher : Random House
ISBN : 9781407031026
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On My Own sends the refreshingly positive, and supportive, message that being alone is not a sign of failure but can be an empowering and liberating experience. Society can be cruel in its assessment of a woman alone, regarding her as defective or deserving of pity. Similar pressures cause women to be ashamed of losing the status of mother, wife or girlfriend, and to dread the prospect of 'going it alone'. But, as the author of this inspiring book points out, being on your own can be a vital, intensely creative experience in which you can find your own voice and live a fulfilling life. The case histories and positive view of On My Own will resonate with every woman, young and old, since it touches on a sensitive nerve shared by women all over the world.

A Journey On My Own

Author : Eric H. Vieler
Genre : History
Publisher : Government Institutes
ISBN : 0761848371
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File Download : 130 page

This book is story of the author, an American raised in Hitler's Germany, where he saw the persecution of Jewish neighbors and experienced the bombing of cities. Vieler tells of his experiences during WWII before repatriating to America and enlisting in the Army during the Korean War.

A Life Of My Own

Author : Karen Casey
Genre : Self-Help
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
ISBN : 9781592859511
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File Download : 400 page

As part of the incomparable Hazelden Meditations series, the daily readings in A Life of My Own ask us to truly reflect on our relationships with people in our lives who are dealing with alcoholism or other substance use and addiction—and more importantly, to establish and improve a relationship with ourselves. When we love people who use or abuse alcohol and other drugs, we can get so wrapped up in trying to understand and “fix” the addiction problem. It is easy to lose sight of ourselves and stop living our own lives. Designed for personal growth, this collection of readings by beloved recovery author Karen Casey inspires readers to invest in themselves again by addressing the feelings of desperation and frustration at the core of codependency. With the wisdom of Twelve Step principles, relatable anecdotes, and helpful recovery insights, readers can build a daily practice of reflection, inspiration, healing, and meditation. The simple, straightforward quotations and affirmations in A Life of My Own offer the strength and courage we all need for true freedom. Encouraging you to connect with your spiritual and emotional health—as well as build self-esteem, serenity, and acceptance—Casey reflects on the type of healing that helps us return to living.

By My Own Hand

Author : Rulon T. Burton
Genre : Latter Day Saints
Publisher : Tabernacle Books, Inc
ISBN : 0964069687
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File Download : 680 page

Rulon Tingey Burton was born 3 March 1926 in Salt Lake City, Utah. His parents were Fielding Garr Burton and Mela Stewart Lindsay. He served in the Navy in World War II. He married Josephine Omer. They had three children. He established a law firm.

Road To Forever A Love Of My Own

Author : Sherelle Green
Genre : Fiction
Publisher : Harlequin
ISBN : 9781488034374
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File Download : 448 page

ROAD TO FOREVER Happily single boudoir photographer Aaliyah Bai can’t believe she’s on a trip from Miami to California wine country with the most uptight man she’s ever met. Until all-business VP Bryant Burrstone reveals his sensual side. Soon they’re sharing more than merlot and breathtaking scenery. Now Aaliyah faces a life-changing decision, and Bryant’s future in his family wine company is on the line. Will they ever arrive at a final destination called love? A LOVE OF MY OWN Poised to take over his family’s Sacramento construction business, Lorenzo Hunter doesn’t do casual flings. Until he meets the Chicago-born owner of Scentillating Touch. Desiree Scott offers a world of pampering, and Lorenzo is tempted to indulge. Horse-drawn carriage rides lead to passion-filled nights that raise the bar for them both. Can Lorenzo and Desiree battle personal and professional threats and claim a love that’s theirs alone?

My Own Far Towers

Author : Mathilde Eiker
Genre : Domestic fiction
Publisher :
ISBN : OSU:32435003365285
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My Own Voice

Author : Uvi Poznansky
Genre : Fiction
Publisher : Uvi Poznansky
ISBN : 9780984993215
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File Download : 69 page

Falling in love with Lenny should have been the end to all her troubles. For Anita, it's only the beginning, when family secrets start unravelling. His ex-wife, Natasha, is succumbing to a mysterious disease. How can Anita compete with her shadow? How can she find a voice of her own? And when his estranged son, Ben, comes back and lives in the same small apartment, can she keep the balance between the two men, whose desire for her is marred by guilt and blame? Dealing with the challenging prospects of the marriage of opposites, this book can be read as a standalone novel as well as part of one of family sagas best sellers. Still Life with Memories is a family saga series tinged with family saga romance, fraught with marital issues, and riddled with the difficulty of connecting fathers and sons.

Thoughts Moods And Journeys

Author : Veena Kichloo
Genre : Family & Relationships
Publisher : Xlibris Corporation
ISBN : 9781465322487
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File Download : 83 page

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Contarini Fleming The Rise Of Iskander

Author : Benjamin Disraeli (Earl of Beaconsfield)
Genre :
Publisher :
ISBN : NLI:1959251-60
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Soul On The Run

Author : Robin Korth
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
Publisher : Balboa Press
ISBN : 9781452590981
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File Download : 199 page

Soul on the Run is the gut-wrenchingly honest portrayal of one woman's search for herself, and her refusal to continue playing the game of “let's pretend everything is okay.” What's more, it reminds us—when we are honest with ourselves—that we can start life over at any age. Korth's words are pithy and raw, sometimes almost brutal, and often just plain funny. There are commonsense insights into living life and a sometimes mystic questing into the hidden avenues of the human heart. To read this book is to journey into your own heart and spirit. The questions and comments of this woman's piercing search for joy and meaning will spark your own. You cannot read this book without becoming a participant in your own soul's journey toward life.