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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.

Numb

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.

Numb

Author : John Held
ISBN : 9781387451579
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This is a collection of poems and stories written by John Held. The content of the poems and stories revolve around depression, love, and the meaning of life.

Numb

Author : J.M. Walker
ISBN : 9781387168910
Genre : Fiction
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""An unexpected evil brings both the MC and Military world together in this brand new series by J.M. Walker"" He doesn't remember. In the beginning, women and alcohol were one in the same. Until he met her. The pain and heartache he caused her died when he was shot and fell into a coma. Waking up is the only way he can get back to Maxine Stanton while she does everything she can to push him away. She hates him. Every fiber of her being loathes the man she fell in love with but she can't control her heart and wants him just the same. When Dale Michaels finally wakes up, she realizes they need to end this once and for all, before it destroys them both. When an unexpected source rips through what they've worked hard to maintain, only then do they realize the full potential of their love.

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Author : Nikola Zaturoski
ISBN : 9781257958207
Genre : Fiction
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The world has gone mad. It is dirty and ugly. Various plagues have warped the Earth that Mutant Barrows is fixed in. He struggles to survive, only to witness the planet growing worse each day. With the assistance of his extraordinary companions, Mutant will fight for everything that everyone else lost hope in.

Comfortably Numb

Author : Mark Blake
ISBN : 9780786727087
Genre : Music
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The acclaimed, definitive biography of Pink Floyd, from their iconic beginnings in psychedelic, Swinging London to their historic reunion at the Live8 concert ("The most complete, insightful, and current account of Pink Floyd...nearly as essential as the music itself."--Austin Chronicle) Mark Blake draws on his own interviews with band members as well as the group's friends, road crew, musical contemporaries, former housemates, and university colleagues to produce a riveting history of one of the biggest rock bands of all time. We follow Pink Floyd from the early psychedelic nights at UFO, to the stadium-rock and concept-album zenith of the seventies, to the acrimonious schisms of the late '80s and '90s. Along the way there are fascinating new revelations about Syd Barrett's chaotic life at the time of Piper at the Gates of Dawn, the band's painstaking and Byzantine recording sessions at Abbey Road, and the fractious negotiations to bring about their fragile, tantalizing reunion in Hyde Park. Meticulous, exacting, and ambitious as any Pink Floyd album, Comfortably Numb is the definitive account of this most adventurous--and most English--rock band.

Numb Reflections Volume 5

Author : Dean Murray
ISBN : 9781939363251
Genre : Fiction
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Adriana Paige didn't see her breakup with Alec Graves coming any more than he did, but at the time she couldn't see any other way to stop him from turning into some kind of monster. For weeks now she's been haunted by the worry that she made a terrible mistake, but she's thousands of miles away from Sanctuary now and there's nothing left but to try and soldier on. Alec Graves had just finished standing off the single most dangerous group of shape shifters in the world when Adri told him she was moving away. He'd always known that being the alpha of his small pack would come with costs, but he never imagined that losing Adri would be one of them. Alec and Adri are two damaged hearts with one thing in common. They would both give almost anything to be free of their pain. They just want to be numb. Publisher's Note: Readers new to the Reflections series should begin with Broken (currently free) or Torn, both of which are also by Dean Murray. Numb is preceded by Intrusion and followed by Trapped. Numb is a 2,500 word young adult paranormal romance short story.

Uncomfortably Numb

Author : R. Hartley Hammond
ISBN : 1475929773
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A weary, middle-aged professional, risks it all resulting in an unexpected journey. Author Richard Hammond does not like to live in the past. Instead, he is a here-and-now kind of guy who tries to stay optimistic, even during the darkest times. Always one to embrace change and take risks, Richard takes stock of his life and shares what he has learned with others. This is the story of his adventurous journey through life, his takeaway lessons, and how he taught himself to look beyond the confines of his own reality in order to reach for the stars. As Hammond shares the poignant, sometimes humorous story of his life to date, he provides a glimpse into the after-effects of the 2008 financial crisis that caused him to make an unforeseen move from working a lucrative job in corporate America to cleaning dog kennels. With a tongue-in-cheek style, Hammond details how his life slowly disintegrated from days filled with mental stimulation to days filled with trips to Walmart and caring for his ailing mother. As he contemplates his uncertain future, Hammond reminisces about his childhood innocence, his coming-of-age journey into adulthood, and how he ended up on a road heading in the wrong direction. Uncomfortably Numb is the story of one mans walk through an unpredictable existence where he soon discovers that no one can recreate the second chapter in his life but him.

Uncomfortably Numb

Author : Sharon English
ISBN : 0889842507
Genre : Fiction
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A city suburb, 1980. The front of propriety, the freakish stillness and the bush parties. This is the home of Germaine Stevens, a social misfit who thinks she's struck ultimate cool when she's accepted into her preppie high school's only counter-culture group, the Rockers. Yet has she really just traded one kind of conformity for another? And is she still a loser? Her friends are desperate characters: Regina's on the road to ruin, Bono's more boy than girl, and Jackie's postering her bedroom into a rock`n'roll tomb. Yet beneath the party-hardy attitude, no one is as disaffected as they seem, or want to be. In a voice that ranges from tough to achingly vulnerable, Sharon English powerfully conveys the anger, lust and absurdity that spiral into one girl's growing fight against the tuned-out numbness of her world.

Numb Reflection Of Me

Author : Sandra Silvestre
ISBN : 9781481726795
Genre : Poetry
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It is difficult for me to dissect with complete accuracy when exactly this passion for pen and paper really began. Maybe it was during my conception or maybe it was right at birth. But, what I do know with certainty is that I love writing. I indulge into the possible possibilities of bringing someone’s forgotten story or experience into a small memoir of lines that I can probably take to a path where one can relate or identify with.

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