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Feeling Numb

Author : Polly Lorrain
ISBN : 1468506390
Genre : Social Science
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Abuse is a horrible issue that is not addressed often enough. It's victims are made to feel ashamed, afraid and that it's their fault. This book dares to go there in hopes of helping anyone in an abusive situation realize their own power and strength and to seek help before going from the status of victim to statistic. This book describes one woman's experience from the beginning to the transition that was supposed to be the end.


Author : Kay Gackle
ISBN : 9781400305926
Genre : Religion
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I feel numb. Kay Gackle has heard these words for years as a therapist. Then one day, Kay found she was saying these exact same words. The phrase feeling numb is a bit ironic. Is it a feeling if we "feel" nothing? Being numb can be considered a feeling the same as white is considered a color. The color white appears because it absorbs no color. White is literally the absence of color. In the same way, numb is the absence of feeling. The color white can be seen when it is against a background of other colors. Likewise, we recognize being numb against the knowledge of where other feelings would typically exist. We know that we would naturally feel in a certain way, but we just don't feel anything. In this book, we identify what being numb looks like in everyday life, how we get numb, and the problems and symptoms surrounding it. Not stopping there, we will journey together into a deeper understanding of feelings and begin to let ourselves feel again. Through other’s stories, engaging questions, and practical tools, we can find healing and move beyond being numb.

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Author : Robert Ellis Dudgeon
ISBN : UOM:39015020050988
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The Big Book Of Hypnotic Interventions

Author : Randy Hartman
ISBN : 9780595142262
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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The Big Book of Hypnotic Interventions offers a wide range of interventions in the use of clinical hypnosis. The aim of this book is to provide step-by-step interventions that are simple and easy to use.

The Pathogenetic Cyclopaedia

Author : Robert Ellis Dudgeon
ISBN : UOM:39015020051713
Genre : Health & Fitness
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The Don T Diet Live It Workbook

Author : Andrea Wachter
ISBN : 0936077565
Genre : Self-Help
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This sensitive workbook teaches readers how to be at peace with their bodies.

Intimate Treason

Author : Claudia Black
ISBN : 9781937612016
Genre : Psychology
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Partners affected by sex addiction learn to develop healthy boundaries and make positive changes for themselves and their partners.

The Infinite Thread

Author : Alexandra Kennedy
ISBN : 9781451643664
Genre : Self-Help
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The loss we feel when a loved one dies is profound, often accompanied by regret for all that we didn’t say or do. Such regret can hinder emotional growth and create wounds that affect all other aspects of our lives. But loss doesn’t necessarily mean the end of a connection with a loved one. In fact, it can open the doors to a unique relationship that offers intimacy, healing, and renewal. In The Infinite Thread, author Alexandra Kennedy helps us deal with loss in a powerful new way: by using active imagination, letters, and inner dialogue to re-create and heal past relationships. In doing so, we also amend the often-strained ties with those still living. The Infinite Thread strips away the veils of mystery surrounding death and transcends preconceptions about death and dying. Rich with opportunities for reflection, it brings enormous comfort to anyone who has ever lost a loved one or been faced with their own mortality.

Abduction Human Encounters With Aliens

Author : Mack
ISBN : 9781439190029
Genre : Science
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A Harvard psychiatrist, the author of A Prince of Our Disorder, presents accounts of alien abduction taken from the more than sixty cases he has investigated and examines the implications for our identity as a species.

Comfortably Numb

Author : Charles Barber
ISBN : 9780307377081
Genre : Social Science
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American doctors dispense approximately 230 million antidepressant prescriptions every year, more than any other class of medication. Charles Barber explores this disturbing phenomenon, examining the ways in which pharmaceutical companies first create the need for a drug and then rush to fill it. Most importantly, he convincingly argues that, without an industry to promote them, non-pharmaceutical approaches are tragically overlooked in favor of an instant cure for all emotional difficulties.Compulsively readable and urgently relevant, Comfortably Numb is an unprecedented account of the impact of psychiatric medications on American culture and on Americans themselves. From the Trade Paperback edition.

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