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Love And Survival

Author : Dean Ornish
ISBN : 9780062565211
Genre : Health & Fitness
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The Medical Basis for the Healing Power of Intimacy We all know that intimacy improves the quality of our lives. Yet most people don't realize how much it can increase the quality of our lives -- our survival. In this New York Timesworld-renowned physician Dean Ornish, M.D., writes, "I am not aware of any other factor in medicine that has a greater impact on our survival than the healing power of love and intimacy. Not diet, not smoking, not exercise, not stress, not genetics, not drugs, not surgery." He reveals that the real epidemic in modern culture is not only physical heart disease but also what he calls spiritual heart disease: loneliness, isolation, alienation, and depression. He shows how the very defenses that we think protect us from emotional pain are often the same ones that actually heighten our pain and threaten our survival. Dr. Ornish outlines eight pathways to intimacy and healing that have made a profound difference in his life and in the life of millions of others in turning sadness into happiness, suffering into joy.

Love And Survival

Author : Charles J. Sullivan
ISBN : 9781587362620
Genre : Fiction
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Are the words fictional or factual? It's your decision. This book explains how all life, along with the humans, entered into this world, and gives an insight into its possible destiny. The book has only two characters, the Supreme Being (Sube) and Mother Nature (Mona). They explain the importance of Love and Survival, and how our destiny depends upon how well we follow these two rules.


Author : Madaline Selima Edwards
ISBN : 0820317586
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The private diaries of Madaline Edwards, the kept mistress of New Orleans businessman Charles Bradbury, reflect her growing ambivalence over the price of the choices she made in a society that often painfully enforced unfair women's roles. UP.


Author : Ingeborg Hesse
ISBN : NWU:35556021557434
Genre : Germans
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The author's recollections of her life in Eastern Europe, prior to and during WWII. The memoirs reveal her experience as mistress to the infamous Nazi war criminal, Eduard Roschmann, "The Butcher of Riga", as well as the passionate affair with her true love, Sascha, a Jew. Her life culminates in tragedy, then triumph, as Inge and her young daughter escape to build their new life in Australia.

Ruthless River

Author : Holly FitzGerald
ISBN : 9780525432784
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A stunning debut; a Departures original publication. The ultimate survival story; a wild ride—the wildest—down a South American river in the thick of the Amazon Basin; a true and thrilling adventure of a young married couple who survive a plane crash only to later raft hundreds of miles across Peru and Bolivia, ending up in a channel to nowhere, a dead end so flooded there is literally no land to stand on. Their raft—a mere four logs—separates them from the piranha-and-caiman-infested water until they finally realize that there is no way out but to swim. Vintage Original. Holly FitzGerald and her husband, Fitz—married less than two years—set out on a yearlong honeymoon adventure of a lifetime, backpacking around the world. Five months into the trip their plane crash lands in Peru at a penal colony walled in by jungle, and their blissfully romantic journey turns into a terrifying nonstop labyrinth of escape and survival. On a small, soon-ravaged raft that quickly becomes their entire universe through dangerous waters alive with deadly animals and fish, their only choice: to continue on, despite the rush of insects swarming them by day, the sounds of encroaching predators at night. Without food or means of communication, with no one to hear their cries for help or on a search-and-rescue expedition to find them, the author and her husband make their way, fighting to conquer starvation and navigate the brute force of the river, their only hope for survival, in spite of hunger and weakening resolve, to somehow, miraculously hang on and find their way east to a large riverside town, before it is too late. . . .


Author : Karina Schaapman
ISBN : 071956428X
Genre : Adult child abuse victims
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Following her mother's death, Karina is sent to live with her father. Unable to bear his abuse, she runs away. She flees to Amsterdam where she is forced to sell her body in order to support herself. 'Motherless' is her story. It is a tale of hardship and endurance, but, above all, of extraordinary strength and courage.

I Did It To Save My Life

Author : Catherine Bolten
ISBN : 9780520953536
Genre : Social Science
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Utilizing narratives of seven different people—soldier, rebel, student, trader, evangelist, father, and politician—I Did it To Save My Life provides fresh insight into how ordinary Sierra Leoneans survived the war that devastated their country for a decade. Individuals in the town of Makeni narrate survival through the rubric of love, and by telling their stories and bringing memory into the present, create for themselves a powerful basis on which to reaffirm the rightness of their choices and orient themselves to a livable everyday. The book illuminates a social world based on love, a deep, compassionate relationship based on material exchange and nurturing, that transcends romance and binds people together across space and through time. In situating their wartime lives firmly in this social world, they call into question the government’s own narrative that Makeni residents openly collaborated with the rebel RUF during its three-year occupation of the town. Residents argue instead that it was the government’s disloyalty to its people, rather than rebel invasion and occupation, which destroyed the town and forced uneasy co-existence between civilians and militants.

Out Of The Blue

Author : Bonnie Sherr Klein
ISBN : 1885171455
Genre : Health & Fitness
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The author, an award-winning filmmaker, talks candidly about her struggles, sacrifices, inspirations, and triumphs as she deals with her disability after a stroke. Originally published as Slow Dance. Reprint.

Healing Elvis

Author : Kim Baker
ISBN : 1482057484
Genre : Pets
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This is the story of love and survival. A barn cat's fiery spirit to stay in this world, and a woman's lifelong journey of understanding, overcoming resistance, and utilizing her personal gifts of working with, talking with, and healing animals.

You Get Past The Tears

Author : Patricia Broadbent
ISBN : 0679463143
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A portrait of a family living with AIDS describes how the Broadbents adopted a baby girl, only to discover that she had been infected with HIV, and Hydeia's struggle to beat the odds as well as to become a teenage AIDS activist.

Love Politics And Survival

Author : Rebecca Rose
ISBN : 9798629895831
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The country of Waldovia has been plagued by political deceit and corruption, and perhaps none have been so caught up than George Whitfield, who had made the mistake of choosing nobody's side in the latest coup against Director Edward Roth, of the Department of Security and Action. George is forced to resign and become Edward's Deputy Director. While to some, George may have been given a promotion, he is really fighting to keep his family intact, especially when a new coup is forming and his son is suspected to be involved. The book takes on themes not only of family and politics, but of love and friendship as the Whitfield family tries to navigate their corrupt world.

Holding On

Author : Jo Gambi
ISBN : 0749951370
Genre : Cancer
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Having faced death head on, we wanted no regrets. It was time to go'. In 2005 Rob and Jo Gambi became the first married couple to achieve the ultimate adventurer's ambition when they climbed the 'Seven Summits' (the highest mountains on all seven continents) and skied to both the North and South Poles together in record time. Rob is also the first Australian and Jo the first female to achieve this feat. What makes their story even more remarkable is that they achieved all this while Rob was in remission from his second bout of cancer. In spite of setbacks and facing death high in the Himalayas, they persevered and fulfilled their dreams (while unwittingly setting a string of records). Jo's inspiring book is not just an enthralling account of mountaineering and polar achievements; it is a powerful and emotional story of love and survival against the odds.

Lusha And Her Man A Story Of Love And Survival

Author : Karen Thompson Stewart
ISBN : 9781608607273
Genre : Fiction
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1945 is not the time for a single young woman to be carrying a child, but nave Lusha Michels remains proud, keeping her head high and hopes up regardless of the contemptuous glares and whispers that follow her around the small, close-knit community in rural Pennsylvania. She desperately tries to make a better life for her baby girl - and find a decent man for herself - but while staying with her rich Aunt Lillian in New York, Lusha once again finds herself in the same predicament that left her heartbroken, single and pregnant two years earlier. But fate has a funny way of showing up at the most unusual times and in the most unlikely of places as you will see in this passionate, heartwarming tale inspired by the real-life love story of Lusha and Her Man. Karen A. Thompson Stewart grew up in Conemaugh, Pennsylvania, and has been writing poetry, plays and short stories including Gussie the Giving Goose, Until You Have Walked in My (Our) Shoes and The Perfect Day. Karen is a licensed Drug and Alcohol Abuse Counselor at the Holmes Street Foundation, Inc. and lives with her husband, Ronell, in Dallas. They have four children and ten grandchildren. Publisher's website: http: //

Love And Survival In Budapest

Author : Artur Renyi
ISBN : 1782204164
Genre : Holocaust survivors
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This book was written by Artur Renyi in the late 1940s as a memoir and gift to his only child, Dr. Alfred Renyi, noted Hungarian mathematician and the father of probability theory. The memoir is written in the form of a diary and chronicles the life of Artur, a linguist and engineer, and his wife, Borbala Alexander, a photographer who just happens to be the younger sister of the eminent psychoanalyst Franz Alexander, the founder of the Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis. It covers the years 1921 through to 1948. This work was translated by the author's granddaughter and great granddaughter and edited by Dr. Alexander's granddaughter. This unique work documents the fate of Hungarian Jews in Budapest long before, during, and after the Nazi regime. Artur Renyi writes compellingly and grippingly about fascism in Hungary and the persecutory laws against Jews, life in pre-World War II Budapest, and the air strikes on Budapest. He details what happened when 250,000 Jews were forced to leave their homes in Budapest. It is most of all an intimate tale of a family written after World War II, when things changed dramatically in Eastern Europe. It is a love letter from father to son and tells of one family's courage, compassion, and integrity during a time when all hell was breaking loose around them.

Until We Meet Again

Author : Michael Korenblit
ISBN : 0439175984
Genre : History
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The story of the author's mother and father and the unimaginable things that happened to them as Jews during World War II.

Love Undetectable

Author : Andrew Sullivan
ISBN : 9780804152266
Genre : Social Science
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"I intend to be among the first generation that survives this disease." That was former New Republic editor Andrew Sullivan's first public statement about his HIV diagnosis. Speaking to heterosexual and homosexual audiences alike, this book is about the first steps in that journey of survival. If Sullivan's acclaimed first book, Virtually Normal, was about politics, this long-awaited sequel is about life. In a memoir in the form of three essays, Sullivan asks hard questions about his own life and others'. Can the practice of friendship ever compensate for a life without love? Is sex at war or at peace with spirituality? Can faith endure the randomness of death? Is homosexuality genetic or environmental? Love Undetectable, then, refers to many things: to a virus that, for many, has become "undetectable" in the bloodstream thanks to new drugs, and to the failed search for love and intimacy that helped spread it; to the love of God, which in times of plague seems particularly hard to find and understand; to a sexual orientation long pathologized and denied any status as an equal form of human love; and to the love between friends, a love ignored when it isn't demeaned, and obscured by the more useful imperatives of family and society. In a work destined to be as controversial as his first book, Sullivan takes on religious authorities and gay activists; talks candidly about his own promiscuity and search for love; revisits Freud in the origins of homosexuality; and makes one of the more memorable modern cases for elevating the virtue of friendship over the satisfactions of love. Scholarly, impassioned, wide-ranging, and embattled, Love Undetectable is a book that is ultimately not about homosexuality or plague, but about humanity and mortality.

Love Africa

Author : Jeffrey Gettleman
ISBN : 9780062284112
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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From Jeffrey Gettleman, a Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times journalist, comes a passionate, revealing story about finding love and finding a calling, set against one of the most turbulent regions in the world. A seasoned war correspondent, Jeffrey Gettleman has covered every major conflict over the past twenty years, from Afghanistan to Iraq to the Congo. For the past decade, he has served as the East Africa bureau chief for the New York Times, fulfilling a teenage dream. At nineteen, Gettleman fell in love, twice. On a do-it-yourself community service trip in college, he went to East Africa—a terrifying, exciting, dreamlike part of the world in the throes of change that imprinted itself on his imagination and on his heart. But around that same time he also fell in love with a fellow Cornell student—the brightest, classiest, most principled woman he’d ever met. To say they were opposites was an understatement. She became a criminal lawyer in America; he hungered to return to Africa. For the next decade he would be torn between these two abiding passions. A sensually rendered coming-of-age story in the tradition of Barbarian Days, Love, Africa is a tale of passion, violence, far-flung adventure, tortuous long-distance relationships, screwing up, forgiveness, parenthood, and happiness that explores the power of finding yourself in the most unexpected of places.

The Perfect Stranger

Author : Patrick Joseph Kavanagh
ISBN : 1510050264
Genre : Authors, English
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P.J. Kavanagh's early years were full of adventure. This tender, funny and unsentimental record of the uniqueness of human love, with its shocking conclusion, is a poet's tribute of thanks to something more than his muse.

Our Family

Author : Tammy Burnette
ISBN : 1795712511
Genre :
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About 10 years after the end of Taking My Chance (Alyssa and Dexter)Book 6 in the Series ChancesOur Family (Love and Survival) The world has changed again, borders and trade now open, but Alyssa, Dexter, and Nate still have nightmares, the cost paid for this new prosperous world. Scars and pain still remain in others as well, the family under attack from a mysterious foe. Kidnapping, torture and more, will the family survive?Little Jake now an artist, kidnapped and tortured, can this lead him to love? Or will it lead to the end?Alyssa and Dexter now parents of two boys, will they be the next generation to fight for freedom or will freedom be a relic of the past?Nate and Alyssa are close, maybe closer than they should be. But will they give in to this love that's formed between them over the years. Or stay a couple on stage but no where else? Maybe Nate can find love in someone else's arms? Jimmy, Thomas, and even Healy are busy running the small town by the lake, the safe haven big Jake build for his family's safety. But will this safety last? Will Lexie and big Jake have the years of retirement ahead, or will illness and the ever-changing world interfere with their happy ending?Jill and Dex's love has lasted a lifetime, the family they built has grown into 4 generations. Jill has learned the world changes but love stays the same, will this knowledge be learned by the future?A story of love and survival, of family and friendship, but also of resilience and greed. All making up an adventure that leads to the end and the future.Series Chances by Tammy Burnette ...Taking My Chance (Jill and Dex)Second Chance (Jill and Dex)Taking My Chance (Lexie and Jake)No Regrets (Lexie and Jake)Taking My Chance (Alyssa and Dexter)Our Family (Love and Survival) Summer and Sunshine (Love and Contracts)Music and Love (DNA and Contracts)Two Cities (Two Primes)Builder of Cities (Kane's Journey)Other Books by Tammy BurnetteDemons WithinThat One PhotoSorrow and HeartbreakNot a One-Night StandBest MoveA Path in LifeEnvyShit and Piss

Love And Tears

Author : Anna Stepanova
ISBN : 1846245583
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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22 June 1941: a family sleeps in the little border town of Ciechanowiec, Poland. They wake to a firestorm - German bombs are falling. Anna's father, part of the Soviet army stationed there, must leave his family and go to fight for the motherland. Anna and her mother start a desperate search for safety.

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