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I Want to Laugh I Want to Cry

Author : Susan Polis Schutz
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"Many people argue that reason should guide all that we do and think, and that feelings are a weakness. This book is based on the belief that we should show our feelings, for they are what make us unique and sensitive human beings. If every decision would reflect our feelings as well as our reason, the world would be a better place to live."

I Don t Want To Cry Anymore

Author : Zena
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This is my story of years of unaddressed, devastating emotional abuse, why I believed I could not leave the relationship, the elusive hope I continued to hold on to and the resulting psychological damage. The book describes my personal feelings and thoughts captured in my journals and the words of other women with similar experiences. I discuss warning signs and guidelines to help the abused and the abuser before it’s too late. Most importantly, I describe how remarkably I was able to recover and how my life eventually changed. There is hope for the emotionally abused woman.

It s Her Wedding But I ll Cry If I Want To

Author : Leslie Milk
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Sensible answers to essential premarital questions are answered in a guide for mothers trying to survive their daughter's wedding, including hilarious anecdotes, practical advice, and information and tips on reception preparation, ceremony protocol, and more. 40,000 first printing.

It s My Money and I ll Cry If I Want to

Author : Glen Carlsen
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There is a serious lack of conservative books with a sense of humor. This book fills that gap. I’ve always hated the assumption that Democrats and big unions represent the average working man. Wrong. As a carpenter, I demand the freedom to keep more of my own money to help my OWN family, rather than see the government steal it, waste it, and give a little bit back in the name of “caring.” I’m trying to create a future for myself, but the government is trying to create dependency. And they are doing it with MY MONEY!


Author : Tony Ball
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For Teens Kids Students Girls for Home School | Lined Notebook Journal Gift | Size 6x9 | 120 Pages Design by USA | Awesome gift idea for Christmas birthdays Mother Day graduation anniversaries Valentine Day or the first day of school or college Premium matte cover design Journal features rounded corners for reduced wear. Notebook 6 x 9 size Professionally designed glossy softbound cover

Yes Men Do Cry

Author : Gary Fish
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One mans personal journey of grieving the loss of his wife written over a period of 3 years January 11 2002 Oh Booby, Booby, Booby. This explains it all. I want you back so much, yet fully understand this is a fantasy. It must be my way of handling (or trying to) my pain, thinking of the good times, wanting the good times, knowing that now they have to come from what I make. Round and round we go, its an intriguing web we weave ourselves. The web breaks, so we have to spin a new one. This I will continue to do until I make a web so strong that I will feel safe, feel confident with myself. March 2 2002 Still feeling as though Im just floating like a feather in the wind. Like the feather I dont know where I will land. Its as though I have no control but I know for sure that this is not so. Im in complete control; it is me allowing myself to be in this state. I want companionship so much, but Im scared, I want to touch, explore, and feel someone. Selfishly for my own needs but its something I need to happen because I have to justify to myself that I can love again.

My Life My Love My Poems

Author : Melissa Ann Sizer
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This book is my survival guide. I have written about abuse, my MS, family, other people and nature in the many ways they have and do effect me. I write as I feel and see. These writings have freed me and may they guide you too.

Sometimes I Would Like to Sit Down and Cry

Author : Amarilis Presilla
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It’s no wonder that Amarilis Presilla has titled her memoir “Sometimes I Would Like to Sit Down and Cry.” Reminiscing can be painful when she thinks back on all the hardships she has known—not just within her family but for the Cuban people as well. Since arriving in the United States from Cuba seven years ago, Amarilis has written it all down, reliving both the good and the bad. Her idyllic childhood in the riverside village of Mayari was not to last. A powerful flood laid waste to her beloved town, yet this was nothing compared to the coming upheaval of Castro’s revolution. What follows is an epic tale of love, family, struggle, self-improvement, and rebellion. Finally escaping and reuniting with her family, Amarilis Presilla now shares her triumphant story with you. —Jack Silbert, The Hudson Reporter

My Eyes Feel They Need to Cry

Author : Martha Aladjem Bloomfield
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As intimate as they are inspiring, these stories of transformation, drawn from the oral histories of formerly homeless adults, testify to the determination of the human spirit and the healing power of sharing one’s journey. This gripping collection gives voice to the traditionally voiceless, inviting men and women from a variety of cultural and ethnic backgrounds to share their experiences of what it was like to live on the streets, in cars, under bridges, and of how they discovered the inner motivation to change the course of their lives in a positive direction. An important contribution to understanding how destructive patterns can be broken, this book examines some key questions: How do those who have suffered from homelessness and the hardships that accompany it find the inspiration and courage to break the seemingly endless cycle, transform their lives, and become self-sufficient? What emotional price do they pay? When do they realize that enough is enough? How do they learn to trust new people when so many have disappointed them? Homeless people can and do find a way off the streets, as these men and women reveal through their stories, paintings, and poetry.

The Beast Stand Down

Author : Natasha Alcantar
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The extraordinary woman thats on the front cover, is my lovely sister. Like I said before on my other book Hairology. Im from a family of eight, Im the last. Coming up in a big family is a lot of fun guaranteed. My family has helped me out a lot. Me just a lost soul on the street, trying to get directed in the right direction. I pray every time I can remember, Just the thought of God is a celebration within itself. Boy I tell you life is a wonderful joy. Its about time we start giving back to the ones who loves us the most. Im 31 and married with four children, and one on the way. The pain is server, but the end result is life, what a joy!

The Diary of a Desperate Naija Woman in the Year 2011

Author : Bola Essien-Nelson
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The Diary of a Desperate Naija Woman in the Year 2011 is collection of random blogs written by Bola Essien-Nelson giving the reader an insight into her daily life. It captures, in her own unique conversational manner, the soars and dips, the losses and the victories, the whoops of joy and the frustrated cries of defeat, and pain of an ordinary woman desperately chasing after her extraordinary God. Bola hopes that, as you read this book, the words you encounter will make you smile a little, laugh out loud a lot, and maybe even tear up on occasion as you realise that you are not alone and that many of lifes experiences are universal. She hopes that you will read and come to a deeper understanding of the incredibly intense love God has for you and that this realisation will birth a new hunger in your belly to chase after God and to do so desperately.

I Have Cancer I Want to Live

Author : Darlene Arnold Gore
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When one family member has cancer, the whole family has cancer. This is not just another story of a familys victory over cancer. The intent of the author sharing her story is to give practical suggestions to patients and their family and friends on how to help. Returning home from successful treatment in 2005, Darlene consistently receives calls, emails, and visits from people who are newly diagnosed and from the patients family and friends who want to know how to help their loved one. They ask her: What can I do? What should I say? Included are suggestions for the patient on how to battle not only the disease but also the onslaught of fear and anxiety that accompanies a diagnosis such as cancer. Although every case of cancer is unique and each family is different, Darlene has found that there are some universal dos and donts for those who find themselves in this battle: Motivate yourself for the fight. Create ways others may join in. Learn how to encourage and help those battling cancer.

From a Victim Beyond Survival to Creativity

Author : A. Thomas
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This is the story of a life journey. It is the story of abuse, the healing process, and the life truths learned from the journey. It is about ones becoming.

I Hear Your Cry

Author : Veronica Shaffer
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I Hear Your Cry: Women in Prison shares the extraordinary process of how one woman took a dream, nurtured it into reality, and shared her inspirational message with women prisoners-never give up. Author Veronica A. Shaffer has always relied on her inner voice to lead her, but it was her perseverance and commitment to personal growth that eventually allowed her to share the benefits of yoga and meditation with women prisoners. In this poignant account, Shaffer compromises with prison officials who ask her to rename her program "Fit and Wellness," and begins her life-transforming work. Although her personal experiences differ from those of the female prisoners she educates, she is able to identify with their powerlessness and desperation-two demons she had personally battled as a young woman. Her years of teaching are complemented by the amazing lessons learned from women who struggle with addictions, obesity, physical handicaps, grief over separation from loved ones, anger at the men left behind, and loneliness without friends.

Tablet Pen Literary Landscapes from the Modern Middle East Words Without Borders

Author : Reza Aslan
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Presents a collection of short stories, memoirs, essays, and poems by both contemporary and historical Middle Eastern authors from such countries as Morocco, Iran, Iraq, Turkey, and Pakistan.


Author : Natasha Alcantar
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Break The Silence

Author : Joan Suddon & Nature Gang
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I am working on healing from the effects of child sexual abuse. I thought up most of the poems while walking in the woods. Nature is the place that I feel the safest now and as a child. I still connect outside better than I do inside. I kept the abuse a secret for 30 yrs. Once my mind started to free the memories, I was flood with them. I would have Flashbacks that word put me back to that age feeling as I did then. There were body memories that made my body feel the way it did when the abuse happen. Some times it would take me days to get over these. They would hit any time and any place. I had help from my doctors, my therapist, medications and even hospital stays. I was diagnosed with PTSD, DID major depression and anxiety disorder. It is full of ups and downs. This as been a rough journey, but one well worth it. This is my journey thru poems and journaling. A journey that is still going. I hope this book helps you on your own journey.

Love Fear and Other Things That Cry out in the Night

Author : Marilyn R. Moody
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Love, Fear and Other Things That Cry Out In The Night - Moments Alone With Agoraphobia was written by Marilyn R. Moody approximately 20 years ago. At that time in her life she was diagnosed with this illness. It was a difficult way to live. Because she had young children, she managed to keep working feeling responsible for their financial needs even though she was married to a very supportive man. Writing was one of the ways she coped with the fears brought on by agoraphobia. Ms. Moody saved the writing from that time. Over the years, as she has grown healthier and stronger, she would often take out the book that originally was written for her eyes only to read again her thoughts from that time in her life. She would then realize how far she had progressed. Now, she has included those writings into one book to share with others who might also be experiencing the devastating effects from agoraphobia. She would like them to know that they are not alone.

Some Sing Some Cry

Author : Ntozake Shange
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Groundbreaking and heartbreaking, this triumphant novel by two of America's most acclaimed storytellers follows a family of women from enslavement to the dawn of the twenty-first century. From Reconstruction to both world wars, from the Harlem Renaissance to Vietnam, from spirituals and arias to torch songs and the blues, Some Sing, Some Cry brings to life the monumental story of one American family's journey from slavery into freedom, from country into city, from the past to the future, bright and blazing ahead. Real-life sisters, Ntozake Shange, award-winning author of for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf and Ifa Bayeza, award-winning playwright of The Ballad of Emmett Till, achieve nothing less than a modern classic in this story of seven generations of women, and the men and music in their lives. Opening dramatically at a sprawling plantation just off the South Carolina coast, recently emancipated slave Bette Mayfield quickly says her goodbyes before fleeing for Charleston with her granddaughter, Eudora, in tow. She and Eudora carve out lives for themselves in the bustling port city as seamstress and fortune-teller. Eudora marries, the Mayfield lines grows and becomes an incredibly strong, musically gifted family, a family that is led, protected, and inspired by its women. Some Sing, Some Cry chronicles their astonishing passage through the watershed events of American history.

I mpossible

Author : Heather B. Jacobs
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This book can make you laugh, cry, and want to hug those you love. It is a personal journey written with sarcasm, humor, and sometimes painful honesty that has the reader captivated. This book shares a personal journey through the eyes of a teenage girl living with Ulcerative Colitis. The message conveyed is one that anyone struggling with a chronic illness may find empowering. “Heather is an amazing young lady who has an incredible gift to express her inner thoughts with grace, beauty and humor. She has endured better than most adults and grown from her journey with her disease.” - Sherry Moore, R.N. with expertise in cardiology, blood and marrow transplant and gastroenterology