In this insightful and probing book you will be taken behind the scenes with real couples who have experienced anguish, heartbreak, jealousy, and loss when they each crossed the “Invisible Line,” that is the doorway to secretive behavior on Facebook.
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Imagine with me. If you will, you are a child in an abusive family situation. Late one night, you are called down from your bed and beat terribly. The beating was not the first time and, more than likely, not the last. The abuser sends you back to your bed with a broken and bruised body and spirit.
Everyone possesses within their life an incident that creates regret and remorse. However, nothing like the day that Martin Hicks stood at the graveside of his high school mentor who he had ignored their relationship for over 20 years; that is until he met her at her funeral.
At midnight, Evelyn Dalton became an Angel. Her four boys became orphans. They became motherless, fatherless, homeless and destitute. They lost everything. A tragic, but true story of a mother’s struggle to survive, burdened by destitution and deteriorating health.
Eating the Forbidden Fruit is a gritty fiction novel loosely based on true events in author Roland Sato Page’s life. The newcomer author delivers a personal journey into his rise and demise as a St. Louis City Police Officer.
“A Sight to Behold” is a continuation of the first poetry book “From the Beginning Until Now”. It contains a style of poetry that includes everlasting life, dealing with relationships, and much, much more.
We all tend to need spiritual and marital guidance. The institution of marriage is like a successful basketball play- book. Each year brings new challenges. There is a lot of planning involved. Marriages cannot base its future on past success or past failures.
A unique fictional story that explains divorce and separation to children and can be used as a guiding tool for all members of the family. If you want to raise happy children after divorce this children’s book is a must have and suitable for all children aged 4 upwards.
For three decades, Laurie Kahn has treated clients who were abused as children―people who were injured by someone whom they believed to be trustworthy, someone who professed to love them. Their abusers―a father, stepfather, priest, coach, babysitter, aunt, neighbor―often were people who inhabited their daily lives.
Are women losing their instinct by listening to the experts opinions and advice around childbirth and parenting more than their own gut feeling? Having a baby and becoming a mother is sometimes not the exciting adventure it should be as there is so much information out there about what to do and how to do it best.