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Coping With Aphasia By Sue Sheridan, Bill Pitts
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A nurse and a speech pathologist share their management skills gained from a combined 55 year period working with people who had aphasia.
Body, Mind and Spirit A Coping Skills Workbook for Cancer Survivors By Sue White
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A workbook to help cancer survivors organize information needed to cope with the three major aspects of surviving cancer. The Body, doctor's appointments, medications, etc. The Mind, psychological... More > help,developing hobbies,activities for fun. The Spirit, contacting a higher power through means comfortable to the individual. All sections are formated to allow written input from the individual.< Less
Christian Coping with Stress By Don Allen, Jr.
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A workbook to help Christians cope with stress, looking at it causes, skills for coping, and biblical concepts to address stress.
Coping With Road Rage By Jecky Lee
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Coping With Road Rage takes information from experts and people who have been there to teach you how you can deal with your own road rage as well as that of others. This book will show you: The... More > difference between aggressive driving and road rage How to tell if you have a tendency toward road rage yourself Ways to stop your own aggressive driving Methods that will help you control your reactions to other drivers How to drive with emotional intelligence And more! You see, it's up to us how we respond to other drivers and it's up to us how we train ourselves to respond. This book teaches emotional intelligence for the driver. This is a skill we can learn with some practice behind the wheel. The rewards for learning this new way are tremendous. You insulate yourself from negative stress on highways. You build up a positive highway community and you contribute to it. You are safe, happy, and smart.< Less
Gone In a Flash: How to Cope While Grieving By Debbie Brown
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I could not stop reading this book. It is personal, inspiring and a trauma guide for homicide survivors. Our program will be giving out copies. - David Voth, Executive Director, Crime Victim Services... More > Author - Quality Victim Advocacy: A Field Guide "Gone in a Flash is exceptionally well written and gives the reader a firsthand account of the devastating impact of homicidel Ms. Brown offers practical coping skills and reminds us that as survivors we have to establish a "new normal" in our lives, and find new activities to help us refocus our thoughts and activities." - Dan Levey Executive Director National organization of Parents of Murdered Children< Less
Gone In A Flash: How To Cope While Grieving By Debbie Brown
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I could not stop reading this book. It is personal, inspiring and a trauma guide for homicide survivors. Our program will be giving out copies. - David Voth, Executive Director, Crime Victim Services... More > Author - Quality Victim Advocacy: A Field Guide "Gone in a Flash is exceptionally well written and gives the reader a firsthand account of the devastating impact of homicidel Ms. Brown offers practical coping skills and reminds us that as survivors we have to establish a "new normal" in our lives, and find new activities to help us refocus our thoughts and activities." - Dan Levey Executive Director National organization of Parents of Murdered Children< Less
A Thinking Man’s Study/discussion Guide to Coping with Grief By Don Allen
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This study/discussion guide is designed as a tool to help men understand the grief you are experiencing, and help develop coping skill to deal with it. HOWEVER, this guide is by no means a substitute... More > for pastoral counseling, family support, and even therapy if needed.< Less
A Thinking Man’s Study/discussion Guide to Coping with Grief By Don Allen
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This study/discussion guide is designed as a tool to help men understand the grief you are experiencing, and help develop coping skill to deal with it. HOWEVER, this guide is by no means a substitute... More > for pastoral counseling, family support, and even therapy if needed.< Less
My Child Has Asperger Syndrome - A Parents Guide to Coping By Christine Chenery
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A self-help ebook written from experience. The guide that every parent with an Asperger Syndrome child needs, it covers temper tantrums, daydreaming, developing social skills and lots more. ... More > Everything in this ebook is tried and tested. It works< Less
Noncognitive Skills in the Classroom: New Perspectives on Educational Research By Jeffrey A. Rosen et al.
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Noncognitive Skills in the Classroom: New Perspectives on Educational Research provides an overview of recent research on the relationship between noncognitive attributes and academic outcomes. ... More > Noncognitive attributes are academically and occupationally relevant skills and traits that are not specifically intellectual or analytical in nature. They include motivation, effort, self-regulated learning, self-efficacy, academic self-concept, antisocial and prosocial behavior, and coping and resilience. Poor noncognitive attributes and skills development often accumulate over time and can lead to less desirable educational and economic outcomes in adulthood. This book focuses on how these sets of attributes are measured and how they relate to important academic outcomes.< Less