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Life Choices Life Changes

Author : Dina Glouberman
ISBN : 0340826770
Genre : Imagery (Psychology)
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Everything we create in life begins as an image in the mind, whether it's a passionate affair or a new business venture. But the power of images goes well beyond illustrating the 'germ of an idea'; used in its full capacity, it has the potential to transform us all. In her bestselling classic LIFE CHOICES, LIFE CHANGES, Dr Dina Glouberman explains how each of us can use the incredibly effective practice of imagework as a self-help tool to uncover our own personal vision for changing our life for the better. Her innovative approach synthesises imagery, visualisation and counselling techniques, and provides the practical techniques for understanding where we are now in our life, and how to get to where we want to be. Infinitely applicable to all areas of life - from self-image, relationships and health to work and managing money, it is the perfect guide for anyone wanting to make the best of themselves.

Life S Healing Choices Revised And Updated

Author : John Baker
ISBN : 9781501152344
Genre : Religion
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With a foreword by Rick Warren, author of The Purpose Driven Life, this revised and updated edition will help you find true happiness—if you choose to accept it. We’ve all been hurt by other people, we’ve hurt ourselves, and we’ve hurt others. And as a result, every single one of us ends up with some sort of hurt, hang-up, or habit. But the question we all face is, Where do we go from here? Ten years after the original edition of Life’s Healing Choices, this newly revised edition contains updates to basic teaching principles—based on ten years’ experience—as well as new and contemporary testimonies. Using the Beatitudes of Jesus as a foundation, Rick Warren and John Baker, pastors at Saddleback Church, developed the eight choices shared in this book. In addition to practical, encouraging biblical teaching, each chapter includes two real-life testimonies of men and women whose lives have been transformed by living out the eight choices in this book. Through making each of these choices, you too will find God’s pathway to wholeness, growth, spiritual maturity, happiness, and healing. You’ll find real answers, real hope, and a real future—one healing choice at a time.

Life Choices

Author : Linda Weber
ISBN : 9781591811749
Genre : Social Science
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This book explores the spiritual essence of abortion, its historical context, and the empowering lessons of the abortion experience. Abortion can help anyone learn the importance of making conscious choices about how we live our lives. It opens the way to greater connection with life, love, death, and power. It is a rite of passage from identifying as a victim to knowing from the heart. It is a legitimate experience. The essentially pro-life nature of abortion asks us to learn to accept death as part of the flow of life. Misunderstanding and denying the importance of death in life is one of the main reasons for the ferocious "abortion wars". Making conscious choices about pregnancy shows us how we are part of nature, not separate from it. Coming to grips with abortion, both individually and collectively, is a step down the road to taking responsibility for the well being of all life. Women are rising and becoming empowered on a world scale. This book explains how this natural historical development is guided by experiences that put us in direct conflict with limited definitions of ourselves, which can keep us tied to the ways of patriarchy. For many women, having an abortion is fraught with conflicts about personal worth. When the issues are faced and worked through, personal pain transforms into personal power. Embracing the power to carry through with or turn back pregnancy empowers women to bring love into the world in new and stronger ways.


Author : Chip Heath
ISBN : 9780307361141
Genre : Business & Economics
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The four principles that can help us to overcome our brains' natural biases to make better, more informed decisions--in our lives, careers, families and organizations. In Decisive, Chip Heath and Dan Heath, the bestselling authors of Made to Stick and Switch, tackle the thorny problem of how to overcome our natural biases and irrational thinking to make better decisions, about our work, lives, companies and careers. When it comes to decision making, our brains are flawed instruments. But given that we are biologically hard-wired to act foolishly and behave irrationally at times, how can we do better? A number of recent bestsellers have identified how irrational our decision making can be. But being aware of a bias doesn't correct it, just as knowing that you are nearsighted doesn't help you to see better. In Decisive, the Heath brothers, drawing on extensive studies, stories and research, offer specific, practical tools that can help us to think more clearly about our options, and get out of our heads, to improve our decision making, at work and at home.

Life Issues Medical Choices

Author : Janet E. Smith
ISBN : 161636937X
Genre : Religion
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End Of Life Choices

Author : Fiona Randall
ISBN : 9780199547333
Genre : Medical
File Size : 50. 39 MB
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Palliative care is undergoing a period of rapid change, both in perceptible ways such as legislation, policy, and clinical guidelines, but also in its philosophy and ethics. There is ambiguity surrounding even the definitions used, ranging from palliative care, to supportive care, to end of life care. Randall and Downie propose that the uncertainties in the current thinking on end of life care may change the two ethical (and legal) principles on which modern medical care has been built -that practitioners must obtain the informed consent of the patient for treatment, and that practitioners must seek the best health interests of their patients. They will examine a wide range of issues, themes and contradictions prevalent in modern palliative/end of life care. These include: choice, assisted suicide, roles and values, responsibility, rights, Advance Care Plans, withdrawal and withholding of treatment, advocacy, the Mental Capacity Act, best interests, definitions, and the newDepartment of Health End of Life Care Strategy. This Palliative care is undergoing a period of rapid change in perceptible ways through legislation, policy, and clinical guidelines, but also in its philosophy and ethics. End of Life Choices: Consensus and Controversies examines a wide range of issues, themes and contradictions prevalent in modern palliative/end of life care. These include: choice, assisted suicide, roles and values, responsibility, rights, Advance Care Plans, withdrawal andwithholding of treatment, advocacy, the Mental Capacity Act, best interests, definitions, and the new Department of Health End of Life Care Strategy. Split into two sections, End of Life Choices: Consensus and Controversies provides guidance through the ethical minefield that has developed for doctors and nurses who care for patients towards the end of life. The first section discusses some of the issues of end of life care as they are still widely encountered by GPs, nurses and hospitalclinicians. It presents a mainly consensus view on patient choice, consent, life-prolonging treatment and symptom relief, including sedation. The second section discusses some current controversies, such as advance care planning, preferred place of care and death, physician assisted suicide, and extended ideas of 'best interests', including the idea that there are therapeutic duties to the relatives of patients. Additional online resources outline the common ethical theories and the vocabularyused in ethical theory which will be useful for readers who are taking part in training courses. The authors hope that this book will provide a guide through the complexity of clinical situations and current regulations, and also stimulate informed debate on current controversial issues. It will be of use to all those involved in care of the terminally ill, both specialists and those outside the current palliative care domain, as well as policy makers, researchers and ethicists.

A Young Woman S Guide To Making Right Choices

Author : Elizabeth George
ISBN : 9780736931960
Genre : Young Adult Nonfiction
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Elizabeth George, author of A Young Woman After God's Own Heart (more than 230,000 copies sold), offers another life-changing teen book—A Young Woman's Guide to Making Right Choices. Today's teens are bombarded with choices about attitudes, behaviors, friends, clothes, finances, and college. And with the rise of alcohol, drugs, sexual issues, and crime, they must make serious decisions daily. Bible teacher Elizabeth George takes teens through the step-by-step process of making decisions that are life-affirming, godly, and wise in areas that include— managing emotions improving relationships developing confidence living in the center of God's will avoiding trouble and bad situations Teens will discover checkpoints to use as guides for making decisions, and they will learn to take the long view when considering consequences. Young women will also realize the tremendous wisdom, guidance, and answers available in God's Word. Great for individuals, small groups, and mentoring.

Smart Choices

Author : John S. Hammond
ISBN : 9781633691056
Genre : Business & Economics
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Where should I live? Is it time to get a new job? Which job candidate should I hire? What business strategy should I pursue? We spend the majority of our lives making decisions, both big and small. Yet, even though our success is largely determined by the choices that we make, very few of us are equipped with useful decision-making skills. Because of this, we often approach our choices tentatively, or even fearfully, and avoid giving them the time and thought required to put our best foot forward. In Smart Choices, John Hammond, Ralph Keeney, and Howard Raiffa—experts with over 100 years of experience resolving complex decision problems—offer a proven, straightforward, and flexible roadmap for making better and more impactful decisions, and offer the tools to achieve your goals in every aspect of your life. Their step-by-step, divide-and conquer approach will teach you how to: • Evaluate your plans • Break your potential decision into its key elements • Identify the key drivers that are most relevant to your goals • Apply systematic thinking • Use the right information to make the smartest choice Smart Choices doesn’t tell you what to decide; it tells you how. As you routinely use the process, you’ll become more confident in your ability to make decisions at work and at home. And, more importantly, by applying its time-tested methods, you’ll make better decisions going forward. Be proactive. Don’t wait until a decision is forced on you—or made for you. Seek out decisions that advance your long-term goals, values, and beliefs. Take charge of your life by making Smart Choices a lifetime habit.

Work Lifestyle Choices In The 21st Century

Author : Catherine Hakim
ISBN : 0191583308
Genre : Business & Economics
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In this book, Hakim presents a new, multi-disciplinary theory for explaining and predicting current and future patterns of women's choice between employment and family work. Preference theory is the first theory developed specifically to explain women's behaviour and choices. As such, it constitutes a major break from male-centred theorizing to date in sociology and economics. Preference theory is grounded on the substantial body of new research on women's work and fertility that has flourished within feminist scholarship. It identifies five major historical changes that collectively are producing a qualitatively new scenario for women in prosperous societies in the 21st century. Throughout the analysis, the USA and Britain illustrate what the new scenario means for women, how it alters their preferences and work-lifestyles choices. Hakim also reviews research evidence on contemporary developments across Europe, Canada, Australia, Japan, and the far East to develop a new theory that is genuine international in perspective.

Economics In Christian Perspective

Author : Victor V. Claar
ISBN : 0830825975
Genre : Business & Economics
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Victor Claar and Robin Klay introduce students to the basic principles of economics and then evaluate the principles and issues as seen from a Christian perspective. This textbook places the economic life in the context of Christian discipleship and stewardship. This text is for use in any course needing a survey of the principles of economics.

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