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COMMUNICATION IN MARRIAGE: THE COMPLETE COMPENDIUM FOR HAVING A G...
by Esther Groend

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English

Pages

97

Publication Date

January 04, 2020

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<html><br /><body><br /><p>Most couples (including us) had to struggle at some stage in marriage with these communication problems. And trust me it’s not fun! The anger, yelling, frustration, rejection, blaming, insults, resentment, interrupting…and so on... This certainly can be overwhelming. </p><br /><p>It can even kill your ability to communicate with your partner efficiently, but also to enjoy your marriage. Lack of communication can even lead to a divorce in your marriage.<br />But do not worry. I have got you covered!</p><br /><p>Whatever communication difficulties you face, you will learn how to connect with your partner effectively today.</p><br /> <p>The book, <b>COMMUNICATION IN MARRIAGE</b>, shows you how, if you think you're not being heard, can communicate better with your partner with yelling or fighting.</p><br /> <p>For some years, we have used these proven skills of communication to go from fighting, yelling and arguing to communicating effectively without calling each other names or ridiculing one another.</p><br /> <p>In this book, <b>COMMUNICATION IN MARRIAGE</b>, you will learn the following:</p><br /><p><li>How to communicate effectively without arguing with your partner</li></p><br /><p><li>How trust is essential for successful marriage communication</li></p><br /><p><li>Understand, of course, why we all behave differently</li></p><br /> <p><li>Understand, of course, why we all behave differently</li></p><br /> <p><li>How to enhance marital communication</li></p><br /> <p><li>How to communicate with a difficult partner</li></p><br /> <p><li>Simple and proven step-by-step techniques for effective communication</li></p><br /> <p><li>How to prevent communication problems with your partner</li></p><br /> <p><li>How to communicate through harsh emotions</li></p><br /> <p><li>Frequently asked questions from people and suitable answers</li></p><br /> <p><li>And many more…..</li></p><br /><p>This book shows you that married couples have proven communication skills to communicate effectively.</p><br /></body><br /> </html> <br />
Father Brown (Complete Collection): 53 Murder Mysteries: The Scan...
by G. K. Chesterton

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English

Pages

995

Publication Date

December 23, 2019

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Father Brown is a fictional Roman Catholic priest and amateur detective who is featured in 53 short stories published between 1910 and 1936 written by English novelist G. K. Chesterton.Father Brown solves mysteries and crimes using his intuition and keen understanding of human nature. Chesterton loosely based him on the Rt Rev. Msgr. John O'Connor(1870–1952), a parish priest in Bradford, who was involved in Chesterton's conversion to Catholicism in 1922.<br />Here you will find the complete Father Brown stories in the chronological order of their original publication.<br />Content :<br />- The Innocence of Father Brown<br />- The Wisdom of Father Brown<br />- The Donnington Affair<br />- The Incredulity of Father Brown<br />- The Secret of Father Brown<br />- The Scandal of Father Brown<br />- The Mask of Midas
No, Pete Townshend: The Kids Aren't Alright
by , Tristan MacDonald

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English

Pages

146

Publication Date

January 10, 2019

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No, Pete Townshend: The Kids Aren't Alright contains 22 true crime stories of murder. These murders were all committed by children from the ages of 6-17. Part One contains nine chapters of children from the ages of 6-11. It opens with two chapters on two kids who were both six years old. One boy in 1929 and one boy in 2000. The stories of Carl Mahan and Dedrick Owens occurred 71 years apart but the results were very similar. Nothing good happens when a six year old boy picks up a gun. Part Two holds eight chapters on kids from 12-14 years old. This section opens with 12 year old Jasmine Richardson who murdered her family in Canada in 2006. Part Three consists of five chapters on children ages 15-17 who have committed murder. This section opens with 15 year old school shooter, Kip Kinkel. The book ends with another school shooting. Brenda Spencer was 16 years old when she started firing at an elementary school across the street. Also, a Supreme Court case, Miller vs Alabama (2012), makes its presence felt in a few chapters.
No, Pete Townshend: The Kids Aren't Alright 3
by , Tristan MacDonald

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English

Pages

135

Publication Date

May 11, 2019

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No, Pete Townshend: The Kids Aren't Alright 3 takes a look at 17 cases of juveniles committing murder plus one bonus chapter. The final chapter has us answering a question by looking at three cases of very young juveniles conspiring to commit murder. The 17 chapters include: Aaron Campbell, Daniel Petric, Devin Moore, Roderick Farrell, Nicholas Browning, Kenneth Bartley, David Brom, Catherine & Curtis Jones, Will Cornick, Jesse Pomeroy, Clementine Barnabet, Sandy Charles, Shirley Wolf and Cindy Collier, Sheldry Topp, Robert Tulloch & James Parker, Kim Edwards & Lucas Markham, and Morgan Geyser & Anissa Weier. The bonus chapter is on John Miller. The book ends with a new feature that we are rolling out. It is called Ripped from the Headlines. With each new book in the series, we will be looking at a few cases that we ordinarily might pass on because a murder was not committed. These are short chapters where the cases (at least in this book) are still ongoing.
Exercise For The Brain: 70 Neurobic Exercises To Increase Mental ...
by Jason Scotts

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English

Pages

36

Publication Date

June 29, 2013

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If you are interested in learning the best ways possible to improve mental health then you need a copy of "Exercise For The Brain: 70 Neurobic Exercises To Increase Mental Fitness & Prevent Memory Loss." This text is written in a fashion that is easy to understand and the author himself has used quite a number of the techniques outlined in the text to his own benefit. As more and more persons seek better ways to retain and improve their memory this text is well timed. It gives the reader the solutions that they need to get started on the path to having a fantastic memory. Of course in quite a number of instances the memory loss cannot be helped as it may be hereditary but it can be slowed down with the use of these exercises. Just as the body needs physical exercises in order to function correctly, the brain needs to be exercised as well to prevent it from becoming sluggish.
No, Pete Townshend: The Kids Aren't Alright 2
by , Tristan MacDonaldNo

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English

Pages

122

Publication Date

March 08, 2019

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No, Pete Townshend: The Kids Aren't Alright 2 holds 22 more true crime murder cases committed by juveniles. The second book in the series comes in three parts. Part One holds four chapters on ages 12-13. These include Evan Savoie and his partner Jake Eakin. Lionel Tate, Nathan Ferris and Nathaniel Brazill round out Part One. There are eight chapters in Part Two on ages 14-15. These include Heather Smith, Tyon Wells, Michael Carneal, Todd Cameron Smith, Luke Mitchell, Paula Cooper, Brenda Wiley and Nick Clatterbuck. Part Three delves into murders committed by 16 and 17 year olds. We have ten cases there including Dylan Schumaker, Scott Dyleski, Luke Woodham, Willie Francis, Mathew Hardman, Vaughan Pollen, Delara Darabi, Tyler Hadley and TJ Lane III. Chapter 22 is the story of three teenage killers acting together - Kristal Maestas, Ronald Bell and Renee Lincks. The book wraps with a bonus chapter from one of our oldies, Free To Kill Again. The chapter fits well because it is about another juvenile - Peter Woodcock in Canada in a vintage case.
No, Pete Townshend, The Kids Aren't Alright 4: Killing Mom
by , Tristan MacDonald

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English

Pages

120

Publication Date

September 21, 2019

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No, Pete Townshend: The Kids Aren't Alright 4 adds 18 new true crime stories of kids who kill. 1.) Rachael Mullenix: September 15, 2008, was a typically beautiful day in Newport Beach, California. Sun with some scattered clouds and a high in the 80’s. A perfect day for a boat ride. So it was for a member of the Newport Beach Yacht Club until he noticed something in the water that shouldn’t be there.<br />2.) Kit Darrant: Teenagers arguing with parents about staying out late on a school night is nothing new and isn’t usually newsworthy. It becomes newsworthy when the argument leads to a vicious attack that ends in murder which it did in Miami, Florida in March 2012.<br />3.) Chris Dankovich: Chris was a 15 year old whose interests included porn and searching the internet for guns and other weapons-related websites. His Mom found out. This was not going to end well.<br />4.) Zachary Davis: Zachary was also 15 years old when he ended the life of his mother in 2012 in the family home in Hendersonville, Tennessee. His attorney was eloquent in his defence but would it be enough to save the teenager from a long prison sentence?<br />5.) Carl “Charlie” Brandt: It was a month before Charlie’s 14th birthday in 1971. He shot his mother to death and wounded his father. Charlie Brandt wasn’t finished there…not even close.<br />6.) Pauline Parker and Juliet Hulme: The country of New Zealand was rocked when the two friends, ages 16 and 15, murdered Pauline’s mother in Christchurch in 1954.<br />7.) Kieren Smith: Kieren was 16 years old when he stabbed his mother to death in their home in Weymouth, Dorset in England in 2012. After all, was said and done, many still question the motive.<br />8.) Yukio Yamaji: Yukio was 16 when he killed his mom in their home in the Yamaguchi Prefecture on the Japanese island of Honshu. Yukio was on his way to becoming one of the youngest serial killers in Japan.<br />9.) Andrew Zaragoza: Andrew was also 16 when he beat his mother to death with a hammer and used a knife to make sure she was dead in their Bel Air, Maryland home in 2017.<br />10.) Tasmiyah and Jasmiyah Whitehead: The identical twins were 16 when they became fed up with their mother and her rules. The twins had a solution. Cold-blooded murder!<br />11.) Alexander Bedford: Alexander was 14 years old when he was about to be disciplined by his mother for bad grades. It had happened many times before. This time was going to be different.<br />12.) Nathan Ybanez and Erik Jensen: A history of abuse sends a 14 year old boy spiraling down a path that leads to murder.<br />13.) Linda Pedroza: Linda was 17 when she, with a little help from her boyfriend, murdered her mother in their Palm Beach Gardens, Florida home in 2000.<br />14.) Timur Kimaletdinov: Timur was 16 years old and the pride of the tiny village in western Russia where the family lived. So, what made him pick up an axe and do the unthinkable?<br />15.) Jake Evans: If you were found guilty of capital murder in Texas, the odds were that you would either get the death penalty or life inside with no parole. With the life without parole option for juveniles gone, what would Texas do with Jake Evans, 17.<br />16.) Tylar Witt: Tylar Witt changed her wardrobe, her style, and her personality. She also changed her residence. She now lives in the Central California Women’s Facility in Chowchilla, California.<br /><br />Still Before The Courts<br /><br />17.) Amariyona Hall : Two sisters, one 14 and the other 12 years old, stabbed their mother to death during the early morning hours of January 5, 2019.<br />18.) Unnamed nine year old boy: Pauline Randol had been trying to get mental health help for her nine year old son. Then, one day it was too late.<br /><br />
10 Reasons Why The Black Race Can Never Be One/Won
by Anthony W. Taylor

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English

Pages

90

Publication Date

January 02, 2020

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My book examines what exactly the Jim Crow laws were, why they were established and more importantly, how these outdated laws have cast a lingering effect on the black race in America as we attempt to progress in this country. I then cover a list of different topics that we, as a people, struggle with, the origins of these issues, and explore possible solutions we could implement in order to move past them. My desire is that you reflect on those areas that hit home for you in my book, hoping that a positive change can take place ultimately resulting in unity, prosperity, and growth for all African-Americans.
INDIANA FAMILY LAW AND JUVENILE LAW 2020
by INDIANA LEGISLATURE

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English

Pages

1217

Publication Date

January 07, 2020

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TWO ONE FIVE
by Jeff Jaskolka

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English

Pages

242

Publication Date

September 24, 2019

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Have you ever felt a sense of inadequacy? Maybe you've felt stuck and couldn't see an exit from this maze of hardships? Or maybe you've always wanted a hint of hope and a small taste of success?<br />In this memoir, you will dig deep into the mind and life of a young Caucasian man who grew up in a predominantly African-American area of Philadelphia, PA. On the harsh city streets, this young man struggled with being misunderstood by both sides of the spectrum, considered "too ghetto" for some peers and "too proper" for others.<br />In the midst of trying to find his way, he had to cope with a horrific tragedy that had a profound effect on his family, as well as the tragic loss of a friend. He faced the mental turmoil of those who disapproved of him dating outside of his race, which ultimately destroyed a number of personal relationships. <br />Despite the obstacles in his path, this man would finally go on to become a social advocate for today's troubled youth. Not only did he overcome the bitterness of his past, he also learned how to channel his own demons without living life in the fast lane. He would rekindle his spiritual relationship with God, in whom he draws his strength and his well-being.<br /><br />

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