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Working It Out

Author : Nicola May
ISBN : 9781682990001
Genre : Fiction
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It is January 1957 and Helen's husband Jack returns from National Service. Happy to be reunited, they resume their life together. Their friends, Lily, pregnant and married to Jack's brother Martin, Katie, pregnant and married to Helen's father John, and Judy, engaged to policeman Sam, form part of their everyday life. Then Helen is utterly shattered when Jack tells her that a brief fling with a sergeant's widow has left the woman pregnant. Helen can't have children so handling her friends' pregnancies has been difficult enough; this is more than she can bear. She starts divorce proceedings but their fierce love for each other cannot be extinguished. Finally she has to make a decision which requires courage but could be the answer to their differences.

Working It Out

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ISBN : 0669381608
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Working It Out

Author : Abby Rike
ISBN : 9781609419288
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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DESCRIPTION: In 2006, Abby Rike lost the life she knew and loved when her husband and two young children were killed in a car accident. Devastated and numb, she shut down. For nearly three years she walked through life like a spectre, present in body only. As she descended, so did her health. Fortunately, Abby was not alone. She had loving parents, supportive friends, and a faith that continued to sustain her. Little by little she found the courage to return to life. Joining The Biggest Loser proved a catalyst for the physical and emotional changes she needed to make. In fact, against all odds Abby gained strength, courage, wisdom, and continued her steadfast relationship with God. Instead of anger, she found herself slowly but steadily healing. She lost a hundred pounds but gained hope. In this riveting book, Abby tells her story--from her joyous life before the accident to the unbearable pain that followed it and her eventual emergence as a woman reinvigorated by her faith in God. Today Abby's resilience and positivity are a testament to the power and importance of faith in the darkest hours.

Working It Out At Work

Author : Julie Hay
ISBN : 0952196409
Genre : Employees
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Using a basis of transactional analysis, this text takes models used by psychotherapists worldwide, converts them into terms that can be more easily understood and relates them specifically to what happens at work. Drawing on examples from a broad spread of organizations, it shows how the reader might use these theories to interpret the dynamics between people and make better choices about responses. Aiming to expand the reader's range of options, this work uses some self-awareness activities to help eliminate unhelpful patterns from the past and replace them with resourceful new ways of thinking, feeling and behaving.

Urban Bush Women

Author : Nadine George-Graves
ISBN : 9780299235536
Genre : Performing Arts
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Provocative, moving, powerful, explicit, strong, unapologetic. These are a few words that have been used to describe the groundbreaking Brooklyn-based dance troupe Urban Bush Women. Their unique aesthetic borrows from classical and contemporary dance techniques and theater characterization exercises, incorporates breath and vocalization, and employs space and movement to instill their performances with emotion and purpose. Urban Bush Women concerts are also deeply rooted in community activism, using socially conscious performances in places around the country—from the Kennedy Center, the Lincoln Center, and the Joyce, to community centers and school auditoriums—to inspire audience members to engage in neighborhood change and challenge stereotypes of gender, race, and class. Nadine George-Graves presents a comprehensive history of Urban Bush Women since their founding in 1984. She analyzes their complex work, drawing on interviews with current and former dancers and her own observation of and participation in Urban Bush Women rehearsals. This illustrated book captures the grace and power of the dancers in motion and provides an absorbing look at an innovative company that continues to raise the bar for socially conscious dance.

Kids Working It Out

Author : Tricia S. Jones
ISBN : 9780787963798
Genre : Education
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Working It Out

Author : Sara Ruddick
ISBN : 0394735579
Genre : Social Science
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