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HLT 307V COMPLETE DISCUSSIONS PACKAGE By Jon Snow
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HLT 307V COMPLETE DISCUSSIONS PACKAGE Just Click on Below Link To Download This Course: URL= http://www.tutorialsexperts.us/product/hlt-307v-complete-discussions-package/ Contact... More > US HELP@TUTORIALSEXPERTS.US HLT 307V Complete Discussions Package HLT307V HLT 307V Grand Canyon Week 1 DQ 1 Academic integrity is at the heart of GCU’s values and is integral to our university community. According to the Center for Academic Integrity, there are five fundamental values that are central to academic integrity: honesty, trust, fairness, respect, and responsibility. Before responding to this Discussion Question, view GCU’s website on Academic Integrity athttp://www.gcu.edu/Academics/Academic-Integrity.php Pay special attention to the Policies and Resources section of this site. Consider the following scenario: A student took a communication course his freshman year and passed it with a grade of A. Four years later< Less
Another Thirty-(Seven) Days (The Aftermath) By L. Darlene
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"Another Thirty-(Seven) Days (The Aftermath)" is an epistolary novel documenting a 37-day journey through the author’s life, wherein she faced her father’s swiftly declining... More > health due to an aggressive cancer that surgery (a Glossectomy that partially removed his tongue) failed to eradicate. The father/daughter relationship was further complicated because she hadn’t seen him in eight years, and he had been absent all of her adult life. Her relationships with her mentally-challenged, narcissistic, and toxic mother, as well as with her vodka-swilling ex-husband, reared their ugly heads as her father lost his battle with cancer. The author’s emotions could not remain compartmentalized any longer, and her belief system in herself, and in God, gets tested. "Another Thirty-(Seven) Days (The Aftermath)" is filled with raw emotion, honesty, self-reflection, humor, music, and Scripture, and is the follow-up to the author’s first book entitled "Thirty-Seven Days and One Life (A Memoir)".< Less
Another Thirty-(Seven) Days (The Aftermath) By L. Darlene
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"Another Thirty-(Seven) Days (The Aftermath)" is an epistolary novel documenting a 37-day journey through the author’s life, wherein she faced her father’s swiftly declining... More > health due to an aggressive cancer that surgery (a Glossectomy that partially removed his tongue) failed to eradicate. The father/daughter relationship was further complicated because she hadn’t seen him in eight years, and he had been absent all of her adult life. Her relationships with her mentally-challenged, narcissistic, and toxic mother, as well as with her vodka-swilling ex-husband, reared their ugly heads as her father lost his battle with cancer. The author’s emotions could not remain compartmentalized any longer, and her belief system in herself, and in God, gets tested. "Another Thirty-(Seven) Days (The Aftermath)" is filled with raw emotion, honesty, self-reflection, humor, music, and Scripture, and is the follow-up to the author’s first book entitled "Thirty-Seven Days and One Life (A Memoir)".< Less
Another Thirty-(Seven) Days (The Aftermath) By L. Darlene
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"Another Thirty-(Seven) Days (The Aftermath)" is an epistolary novel documenting a 37-day journey through the author’s life, wherein she faced her father’s swiftly declining... More > health due to an aggressive cancer that surgery (a Glossectomy that partially removed his tongue) failed to eradicate. The father/daughter relationship was further complicated because she hadn’t seen him in eight years, and he had been absent all of her adult life. Her relationships with her mentally-challenged, narcissistic, and toxic mother, as well as with her vodka-swilling ex-husband, reared their ugly heads as her father lost his battle with cancer. The author’s emotions could not remain compartmentalized any longer, and her belief system in herself, and in God, gets tested. "Another Thirty-(Seven) Days (The Aftermath)" is filled with raw emotion, honesty, self-reflection, humor, music, and Scripture, and is the follow-up to the author’s first book entitled "Thirty-Seven Days and One Life (A Memoir)".< Less
Waning Gibbous By Christine Flach
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Waning Gibbous is written in lyric poetry format about the life of a teen. A manic depressive, drug addicted, and relationship failing teen. But do not worry this work shows hope, honesty and even... More > recovery. It is a journal of a real person that you can read, picking it up is like picking up a diary, a journal, that was hidden from everyone else for a long time. It talks about loss, romance, heart ache, insanity, alcoholism, drug addiction, spirituality, possibly even more and it is all real. This material is raw, uncut and mostly unrevised. It was collected over the years and put into chronological order starting from age fourteen to age eighteen. If you have ever wanted to get inside a troubled teens mind well here it is. Relationships and muses included. This is the author letting you in, telling you her story in hopes it would help readers gain some insight on the various topics. It may depress but it may also entertain. If you are someone nosy about troubled teens, pick up this book. It's a real account.< Less
Val Kirkham: The Collected Poems By Val Kirkham
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Val Kirkham is a Yorkshire poet now living in Lancashire. This is a collected edition of her life work so far. It is wide-ranging and varied. She knows a great deal about the pain and pleasure of... More > love, and writes about it with searing honesty. She trained as a chef and has worked in a zoo, a banqueting outfit, a mediaeval castle, and an American college. In 1982 she decided to hang up her apron and devote herself to writing, saying she would go back to work when she got bored. She has not got bored yet. She was a performance poet in the 80s, in the North West. Adrian Henri once gasped at one of her poems, and the editor of Lancashire Life called her "the predatory sexual voice cruising in the fast lane of poetry". She sprang to national fame after reading poetry in a jacuzzi. She has been on radio and tv. You will be thrilled, chilled, brought to laughter and tears by this woman's perception and insight. If you are a prude or object to strong language, better pass this one by.< Less
From Left Wing to D Wing By Steve Glover
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From the back streets of South London and the glamour of professional football, to a prison cell in Leicester, the life of Len Glover has been nothing if not eventful. Now, with a cast-list ranging... More > from Princess Anne, Sammy Davis Jnr, Ava Gardner, and Reggie Kray, as well as sporting legends such as Pele and Franz Beckenbauer, he tells us his story. With self-awareness and honesty, the former soccer-star – at one time the most expensive winger in British footballing history – recalls the highs and the lows of his personal and public life. Shot throughout with quirky observations and humour, Len’s story chronicles not only his rise to fame and fall from grace but the social climate of his times. From the grim fifties and post-war austerity, through to the liberated sixties and troubled seventies, his life – domestic, professional, and illegal – is laid bare. Once described as the greatest uncapped winger in the world, he played against and alongside some of that world’s greatest players.< Less
Observing the Labyrinth from Heaven, Vols. I & II By Hollace M. Metzger
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The first book of poetry by American architect, author and artist Hollace M. Metzger. Metzger was educated in the US, London and Venice, Italy before settling into the New York and Paris arts scenes... More > for the past eight years. Recently, she has been prolific in writing while performing in public salons in New York City and while traveling across Western Europe. In addition to writing, her poetic endeavors include collaborations with composers in the US, UK, Canada, across the EU and Romania.Through words, Observing the Labyrinth's renaissance appeal unfolds, revealing itself mysteriously but with refreshing honesty. It will take you on a journey of mind, space and time travel from the past into the future with transporting descriptions of place, of space and the bitter-sweetness of urban life paired with optimism and deep sensual undertones. Through the Labyrinth, you will find a glimpse into the library of the next generation of poets. [64 poems, 67 b/w photos] ASIN# B004J6QAJ6< Less
Father to Child By Mayar Akash
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“From the heights of joy to a much darker sorrow”, Father to Child is a collection of inspirational poems and musing that follow the author’s life from his own childhood up to when... More > he has children of his own and wishes to pass some of wisdom to them. It deals with a vast number of emotional topics, from the heights of joy to a much darker sorrow. Akash expertly weaves a number of complicated themes throughout his poetry and expresses his feelings in a beautifully blunt form of honesty. This collection gives a clear idea of what it was like growing up in the author’s shoes, how his cultural heritage and values shaped him as he grew up, and eventually how he came to terms with his identity. It also gives a deep insight into the struggles he has faced, in a touching, sometimes even heart wrenching manner. Like all great poetry, these touches your heart in a way you can’t quite put words to; I enjoyed the soulful journey alongside the author, Mayar Akash.< Less
The Gift of Many Lives - Encountering My Other Selves By Sarah Froeber
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The Gift of Many Lives is the courageous account of some of Sarah’s other lives. With rich, poetic imagery and supreme honesty, Sarah tells the heart-wrenching tales of eighteen of her other... More > selves. Their lives are hard – brutal sometimes. Their stories are stories of abuse and rape and murder and suicide and abandonment and incest – the stuff of pain and anguish. But with light-hearted and humorous analysis, Sarah discovers priceless gifts in each persona’s life – gifts that help her face her own life challenges, and she suggests that her readers examine their own hardships as opportunities for instruction or gratitude. She also encourages the reader to question diagnoses of pathology and entertain the notion that some unusual behaviors and thought patterns might, indeed, be mystical and worthy of respect. The Gift of Many Lives is a must-read for anyone who has had deja-vu experiences, has encountered difficulties in his or her life, or who simply enjoys a provocative and evocative story.< Less

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