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Some People

Author : Mary Callery Carlson
ISBN : 0842360603
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Offers guidance to parents in developing such Biblical character traits as honesty, gentleness, and responsibility in their children.

The 10 Secrets Of 100 Healthy People

Author : Patrick Holford
ISBN : 9780748114979
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Do you know the ten habits that could help you thrive - not just survive - in the 21st century? In order to discover what those secrets are, Patrick Holford and his team have carried out Britain's biggest-ever health and diet survey, the 100% health survey, which has now been completed by over 60,000 people. This book is a distillation of the fascinating insights provided by the survey's top scorers and the author's 30 years of experience studying good health and how to achieve it. It shows readers how to discover where they are on the scale of 100% health and provides a new system of good health that is easy to follow and easily measurable - one that will enable people to transform their health and wellbeing, whether they are relatively fit and healthy or struggling with various health issues. This highly informative and practical book covers ten areas crucial to a healthy - and happy - life, including the key to gaining energy and losing weight, how to slow down the ageing process, keeping your body and mind well oiled, sharpening your mind and improving your mood, keeping fit and supple, and finding your purpose in life.

Why Are Some People Healthy And Others Not

Author : Morris Barer
ISBN : 9781351471633
Genre : Medical
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Each topical chapter in this volume crystallizes the findings of a five-year study, under the auspices of the Population Health Program of the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research, that probed the links between social hierarchy, the -macroenvironmental- factors in illness patterns, the quality of the -microenvironmental, - and other determinants of health. In its aggregate, this volume will prove essential to an understanding of the underlying public health issues for the next several decades.

Cp Time

Author : JL King
ISBN : 1416552685
Genre : Humor
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Everyone has a story of being the victim of CP time. It's been responsible for the termination of jobs and relationships, and for delaying weddings and even funerals. CP Time is the first book to examine a behavior that crosses all social economic lines within the black community in a way that will bring smiles and groans of recognition to victims and culprits alike. In brisk, engaging chapters, J.L. King provides humorous examples and personal stories, voicing the opinions of those who view habitual lateness as just part of being black, and those who see it as a more serious problem. Recounting the reasons and excuses offered in CP time's defense, King provides a wry and often hilarious history of how and why the phenomenon began. Light-hearted yet enlightening, CP Time makes a perfect gift for the chronically tardy -- and all those affected by them.

Some People Called Frette

Author : Violet Johnson Petty
ISBN : WISC:89066143744
Genre : Reference
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209 A Story

Author : Steven Rafter
ISBN : 9780980597202
Genre : Disaster victims
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Author : Anjana Ahuja
ISBN : 9781847652119
Genre : Psychology
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We are all leaders or followers - or both. We can recognise leadership in almost every area of life: in the workplace, among friends, within families, in politics and religion. But what makes a good or bad leader, why are some people followers, and what are the benefits of each? Fusing psychology, business, history and current affairs, Selected examines how and why leadership has evolved over tens of thousands of years, and presents a bold and compelling new 'mismatch hypothesis': that the slowness of evolution means that there is a mismatch between modern ideas of leadership and the kind of leadership that our Stone Age brains are still wired for. This makes for all sorts of tendencies, problems and solutions that no author has yet discussed but that affect all aspects of our lives - it's why, for example, we prefer working in small companies. Full of fascinating examples drawn from a diverse range of spheres, from politics and commerce to sport and culture, Van Vugt and Ahuja show our evolutionary history explains why taller political candidates usually win, why women chief executives attract such hostility and why we like it when the boss asks after our children. This is the first book of its kind to explore how the evolution of leadership affects us all - and, by doing so, to provide deep, practical insight for all of us into our personal and professional lives.

Some People Have Real Problems

Author : Naia Cannon
ISBN : 9781365684869
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Heather Fennagin, daughter of a lawyer and a CEO, never felt like she got enough attention as her child. Both her parents wished perfection on her and always managed to neglect her. So what does one do when they aren't getting enough attention? They stage a suicide attempt. Only, this didn't manage to get Heather the attention she wanted. Instead, her parents sent her off the a large mental institution where she meets Axel Montgomery, a teen with dissociative indenting disorder. Axel has multiple people living inside his head which causes him to wake up a different person everyday. After spending three weeks in the institution, Heather learns that maybe, just maybe, some people have real problems.

Some People Are Crazy

Author : John Neil Munro
ISBN : 9780857900067
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Described recently by Empire magazine as 'Britain's best ever blues singer', John Martyn was one of rock music's last real mavericks. Despite long-term addiction to alcohol and drugs, which contributed to his death in January 2009, he produced a string of matchless albums. Loved by fans and critics, loathed by ex-managers, he survived the music business he despised for 40 years. With contributions by Martyn, many of his lovers and over 20 musicians who knew him well, this book documents his upbringing in Glasgow and rise through the Scottish and London folk scene of the 1960s, his many highs and lows, and his friendships with the great lost souls of British rock music - Nick Drake and Paul Kossoff.

Some People Who Wander Are Lost

Author : Dexa! Dog
ISBN : 9781440441998
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People become homeless for many reasons, but at bottom is loss of income - job loss, illness, death of a partner, dumb choices or dumb luck. "Some People Who Wander Are Lost" chronicles the first year of unexpected exile for a middle class American female, who learns that she loves being on the "outside" of a system that that chews up its citizens and throws them away.

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