From the time she was a little girl, Maryam rebelled against the terrible second-class existence that was her destiny as an Afghan woman. She had witnessed the miserable fate of her grandmother and three aunts, and wished she had been born a boy. As a feisty teenager in Kabul, she was outraged when the Russians invaded her country. After she made a public show of defiance, she had to flee the country for her life. A new life of freedom seemed within her grasp,but her father arranged a traditional marriage to a fellow Afghan, who turned out to be a violent man. Beaten, raped and abused, Maryam found joy in the birth of a baby son. But then her brutal husband stole him away far beyond his mother's reach. For many long years she searched for her lost son, while civil war and Taliban oppression raged back home in Afghanistan. Set against a landscape littered with tragic tales of horrific suffering, Jean Sasson, author of Princess, chronicles the story of one resolute but tormented woman determined to achieve freedom and equality with men.
How many people have asked themselves and others. Why are there so many people so angry, enraged and with so much hate for group of people that are not as them, that they go out and hurt, kill some of them when they come across one of them? Why are there so many men abusing, hurting and killing their wife, their children and other people? Are we only blind to our own rights that we are not giving other people the right they deserve and should get? Why are there so many young girls getting pregnant and when they have their babies they abandon them or kill them? Why are there so many young women becoming prostitutes? Why are there so many boys and girls born different than others? Here you will find the answer to many questions that the teachers don't teach in school, churches or the people who goes door to door preaching don't tell them. Here you will read about why there is so much anger, hate, rage, many young boys and girls failing in life, mothers destroying the lives of their children and why so many men are destroying so many lives. After you read this book you will see life very different, be a better parent. Understand why there are so many people angry, enraged,full of hate, what happened to those men who committed so terrible crimes and why they did it.
To the outside world, Walter de Milly’s father was a prominent businessman, a dignified Presbyterian, and a faithful husband; to Walter, he was an overwhelming, handsome monster. This paperback of In My Father’s Arms: A True Story of Incest adds a reflective preface by the author and a foreword by Richard B. Gartner, PhD, author of Beyond Betrayal: Taking Charge of Your Life after Boyhood Sexual Abuse.
Darf man es bereuen, Mutter zu sein? Ein Tabubruch "Regretting Motherhood" thematisiert, was bisher kaum ausgesprochen wird: Dass viele Frauen in der Mutterschaft nicht die "vorgeschriebene" Erfüllung finden. Dass sie ihre Kinder lieben und trotzdem nicht Mutter sein wollen. Ih ihrem bahnbrechenden Buch analysiert die engagierte Soziologin Orna Donath die Dimension des Tabus und lässt Mütter selbst von ihren Erfahrungen berichten.
Although mother and daughter are two central female roles, they have rarely been investigated. The relationship is specific, certainly different than the mother–son or father–daughter relationships. And this difference manifests itself in sex-specific language behavior. Despite 'eternal' features of the mother–daughter relationship, its quality is affected by individual psychological and by sociocultural variables. Thus, investigations took place in two big cities with very different structures and traditions: Vienna and Los Angeles. This is the first cross-cultural study which reflects and combines multiple linguistic, socio-psycholinguistic and text linguistic categories, approaches and methods to be able to investigate such an important topic as family relationships and the 'place' of women nowadays in our societies.
The love of a mother is like no other. This is a fact based story based on the love of a young teenage mother and the bond between mother and son. As a young teenage mother many believe the woman is set up to fail but it has been proven that is not always the case. With hardwork and determination a young mother can succeed in life with her children by her side!
'I very soon had an opportunity to interpret Dora's nervous coughing as the outcome of a fantasized sexual situation.' A Case of Hysteria, popularly known as the Dora Case, affords a rare insight into how Freud dealt with patients and interpreted what they told him. The 18-year-old 'Dora' was sent for psychoanalysis by her father after threatening suicide; as Freud's enquiries deepened, he uncovered a remarkably unhappy and conflict-ridden family, with several competing versions of their story. The narrative became a crucial text in the evolution of his theories, combining his studies on hysteria and his new theory of dream-interpretation with early insights into the development of sexuality. The unwitting preconceptions and prejudices with which Freud approached his patient reveal his blindness and the broader attitudes of turn-of-the-century Viennese society, while his account of 'Dora's' emotional travails is as gripping as a modern novel. This new translation is accompanied by a substantial introduction which sets the work in its biographical, historical, and intellectual context, and offers a close and critical analysis of the text itself. ABOUT THE SERIES: For over 100 years Oxford World's Classics has made available the widest range of literature from around the globe. Each affordable volume reflects Oxford's commitment to scholarship, providing the most accurate text plus a wealth of other valuable features, including expert introductions by leading authorities, helpful notes to clarify the text, up-to-date bibliographies for further study, and much more.
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What would happen if you died today? Who would inherit the legacy you've worked for? Have you ever been fortunate enough to be on the receiving end of an inheritance?Whether you answered yes or no to any of these questions, there is a reward waiting for you through the power of God. Life is rewarding, but it also has its challenges. Shame, guilt, frustration, anger, depression, sin, and the many other pressures of life may seem overwhelming, but we face these realities every day. As a child of God, you will grow up with the inherent promise that today you'll be the servant. But, in the end, after believing, obeying, enduring, and being patient, you will take on the role of a son or daughter and be in a position to receive God's endowment. This is not something that happens to you only when someone dies; you can receive your inheritance now.What we have waiting for us is a precious gift-a position of royalty in God's kingdom-that is ours for the taking. In From Servitude to Sonship, author James Ray explores how God intends for us to live by showing us where we are right now and how to get to where we should be-living in our inheritance.
You Are Meant to Be a Mentor You probably have more "friends" than ever--once you tally up all your social networking connections. But virtual relationships alone can't meet the Church's desperate need for spiritually mature women and men to mentor younger believers to be faithful servants of Christ. If you are like many believers, you may not feel prepared to be a trusted influencer because you haven't had a spiritual mother or father yourself. The Cry for Spiritual Mothers and Fathers, written by seasoned disciple and Christian leadership trainer Larry Kreider, will give you the proven biblical keys you need to become a godly mentor. Discover why spiritual mother- and fatherhood is every believer's calling, and find out how to nurture a spiritual family that expands the kingdom of God. This is the essential handbook for answering God's call to become the spiritual father or mother He has called you to be.
Smythe sewn cloth binding.Describes the difficulties faced by children in families. Eight chapters discuss Sigmund Freud's abusive childhood and its consequences in his work.
Popular author James W. Moore says, “Joseph must have been a good father because Jesus called God ‘Father,’ and that was obviously a good image in his mind.” In this book the author shares inspiring thoughts and stories about fathers and how they can look to God as the best example of a loving parent, one filled with grace and compassion, mercy and kindness. Chapters include “A Father’s Great Faith,” “What Are You Going to Do with the Rest of Your Life?” “Teaching Our Children to Love,” and others.
In the hopes of promoting justice, peace, and solidarity for and with the Palestinian people, Udi Aloni joins with Slavoj Zizek, Alain Badiou, and Judith Butler to confront the core issues of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Their bold question: Will a new generation of Israelis and Palestinians dare to walk together toward a joint Israel-Palestine? Through a collage of meditation, interview, diary, and essay, Aloni and his interlocutors present a personal, intellectual, and altogether provocative account rich with the insights of philosophy and critical theory. They ultimately foresee the emergence of a binational Israeli-Palestinian state, incorporating the work of Walter Benjamin, Edward Said, and Jewish theology to recast the conflict in secular theological terms.
Flamy Lawword was born in Russia in 1961. Her gift of clairvoyance, which appeared in her early years, she has developed all her life and has achieved great success. She can easily see the past of people, of countries and of mankind as a whole. In this book, she has described the distant past of the now legendary people of Atlantis. Atlantis existed about one million years ago on lands associated with the territory of present day North America and which are now submerged deep in the Atlantic Ocean. Flamy Lawword has herein described, in an artistic form, the real life of the people of Atlantis at the end of its existence. She provides details to the reader regarding the disaster experienced by these people because of their incorrect way of life. Flamy Lawword, in contrast to the legends, describes the real history of lost Atlantis. On the basis of this book the reader can compare the lives of the perished people of Atlantis with his/her own life and make the vital choice: move ones soul upwards to God, or allow it to descend into Hell.
Jilted by a fortune hunter, cowgirl Cassidy McClare is a spunky Texas oil heiress without a fortune who would just as soon hogtie a man as look at him. Hoping a summer visit with her wealthy cousins in San Francisco will help her forget her heartache, Cassidy travels west. But no sooner is she settled in beautiful California than Jamie McKenna, a handsome pauper looking to marry well, captures her heart. When Jamie discovers the woman he loves is poorer than he is, Cassidy finds herself bucked by love a second time. Will Jamie discover that money can't buy love after all? And can Cassidy ever learn to fully trust her heart to a man? With delectable descriptions and a romantic sensibility, bestselling author Julie Lessman brings the Gilded Age to life in this sumptuous new series. Readers will faithfully follow Lessman to the West Coast for more romance, passion, and surprising revelations found in Love at Any Cost.
For Love of the Father provides a psychological explanation of the attraction of destructive and self-destructive fundamentalism in terms of male longings.
The purpose of this book is to help the reader to spend sixty rewarding days in the Third Gospel, following a schedule of readings taking the reader through Lukes 24 chapters. All too often the Gospels are experienced in bits and pieces. This book will expose the reader to the whole Gospel of Luke, providing a fuller sense of the scope and continuity of this marvelous tract of faith. The daily interpretations are intended, not as exhaustive expositions of all that is intended by the various passages, but as meditations, suggestive of contemplation, musing, pondering, reflection, study or thought,. With each days reading and meditation, there is a daily suggestion of a thought to ponder and prime the pump of the readers own mind and heart. Stimulated by these thoughts and questions, readers may find the Holy Spirit leading them to what is important and relevant for their own lives. Each day ends with a prayer-starter intended to suggest the direction in which the readers own prayers might be directed. No Amen is added because they are intended to be open-ended for the reader to complete. The study and prayer sections are equally important.
The purpose of this journal is to assist in changing behavior, while helping you understand the difference between problematic and symptomatic issues of pervasive anger. The treatment modalities used in this journal experience will aid you in changing the ways you act and react through what is called cognitive behavioral retraining. As you experience this journal, remember, you must put down that old rusty tool belt and be ready to obtain new tool sets that will help replace some of the dangerous tools you have been using in your old belt. People who say they have changed overnight are not being honest, but small changes with commitment over a period of time can be lasting and meaningful especially while in rebuilding This journal was formulated as a product of various treatment modalities used to touch the lives of people who were in classes and training sessions with me over the last nine to ten years. This information is seriously evidence-based and highly successful in treating behavioral health issues I have been committed to helping our families and communities achieve good mental health. Part of that commitment includes saving relationships and marriages because they make up the core of our civilizations moral fiber foundation. By teaching and training healthier emotional growth, we can restore better mental health, because people suffer mental illness largely because of ill emotional growth.

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