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My Struggle (1) By Jenny Yu Chih Chang
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My father lost competition with Chin Long Chu in Kaohsiung City Councilor election in early generation might be the origin causing all the oppression. Chin Long Chu brought Der Mei Wu to marry to An... More > Hsiung Chu was their plan to frustrate my family. The long sufferings from Chus' politicians made me start to write since 1998. Writings become a way for me to release my pain. Life always struggled in losing jobs without reason, suffering from doctors’ and nurses’ negligence on purpose of medical care in Taiwan since 1996 and lost 2 houses again during 1998 to 2002 besides being forced to lose the houses of Wu Chien Kung in 1991. Yeou Fu Chu induced Jen Fu Chang and his wife run the company starting in 2002 to cause Chen Chung Chang’s committed suicide and ruin the family relation between Jen Fu Chang and I have lasted for 7 years. Finally, I found my way to edit my 310 journals into the first book called “A Virgin Struggle” in June, 2006 and established “YuChih Publishing Firm” to self-publish.< Less
Just One Soldier By Kelly Lewis Haggmark
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Time spent in service to country, community, and family is never wasted nor forgotten. In 1978, Dick Haggmark died at the age of 47 after spending two and a half years in a semi-comatose state going... More > from hospital to nursing home to veteran’s hospital. He was injured at work and then suffered a massive heart attack and stroke that left him unable to speak or walk. When he was in his early 20s, he joined the Army. As a civilian he served as a volunteer fireman and auxiliary policeman for over 20 years. Just One Soldier is a book that contains 80 letters written by Dick in 1954 to his family while serving in the Korean War stationed in Japan. The book also contains the words of a diary written by Dick’s mother covering the two and a half years just prior to his death. Photos, family memories, author commentary, and newspaper clippings are also included in the book. Get to know the young man through the letters home from just one soldier.< Less
Just One Soldier By Kelly Lewis Haggmark
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Time spent in service to country, community, and family is never wasted nor forgotten. In 1978, Dick Haggmark died at the age of 47 after spending two and a half years in a semi-comatose state going... More > from hospital to nursing home to veteran’s hospital. He was injured at work and then suffered a massive heart attack and stroke that left him unable to speak or walk. When he was in his early 20s, he joined the Army. As a civilian he served as a volunteer fireman and auxiliary policeman for over 20 years. Just One Soldier is a book that contains 80 letters written by Dick in 1954 to his family while serving in the Korean War stationed in Japan. The book also contains the words of a diary written by Dick’s mother covering the two and a half years just prior to his death. Photos, family memories, author commentary, and newspaper clippings are also included in the book. Get to know the young man through the letters home from just one soldier.< Less
Overnight Woman By Donita Ganzon
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"Overnight Woman" is the second among four autobiographical books written by Donita Ganzon, whose name became sensational as the first Asian-American true transsexual who sued the U.S.... More > Citizenship and Immigration Services (US CIS). The other books which will be released later are "Vietnam," "The Twisted Man," and "Sham." In "Overnight Woman," we see a skinny boy who had shown good leadership at a younger age. He was an unfortunate child who was forced to live in Boys’ Town, a place for poor children in the Philippines. Always a top student in his class, he was stationed as a Public Health Nurse Advisor in Vietnam before he moved to Chicago, where he had a Sex Re-Assignment Surgery (SRS). The news landed in several major newspapers in Manila, Philippines. But who would know that this feat in life is just the beginning of more intricate chapters of controversial issues and heavy challenges that she has to face. The book is a must-read!< Less
The Passing of the Aborigines: A Lifetime Spent Among the Natives of Australia By Daisy Bates
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Bates devoted more than 35 years of her life to studying Aboriginal life, history, culture, rites, beliefs and customs. Living in a tent in small settlements from Western Australia to the edges of... More > the Nullarbor Plain. She researched and wrote millions of words on the subject. She also worked tirelessly for Aboriginal welfare, setting up camps to feed, clothe and nurse the transient population, drawing on her own income and inheritance to meet the needs of the aged. In spite of her fascination with their way of life, Bates was convinced that the Australian Aborigines were a dying race and that her mission was to record as much as she could about them before they disappeared. Her personal life was unconventional. She was said to have worn pistols even in her old age and to have been quite prepared to use them to threaten police when she caught them mistreating 'her' Aborigines. She was also famed for her strict lifelong adherence to Edwardian fashion, including boots, gloves and a veil.< Less
Alzheimers Care-My Way By P.C. Rice
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A husband's caregiving experiences for his wife. His approach to care giving was unconventional. He chose to continue daily life as normal and sought logical interpretations for her irrational... More > behaviour, entering her clouded Dementia world. Her condition declined rapidly whilst in hospital, unaided, she walked into hospital and returned wheelchair bound. In spite of his best efforts to provide her with twenty-four care, he soon conceded it was impossible to care and maintain their large home and grounds. She was doubly incontinent and rigidity had set in, thus he felt compelled to place her in a Nursing Home. In the months that followed her condition deteriorated to a degree that she became bedridden and required palliative care. His daily eight hour harrowing visits, became unbearable and against all advice he decided to take her home to die. For nine long painful months her survival prospects were rated very poor. Constantly he was warned she was dying, but he insisted on care giving in his own way.< Less
Alzhiemers Care - My Way By P.C. Rice
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This story is based on a husband's caregiving experiences for his wife with Alzheimer's. His approach to care giving was unconventional. In the early stages of the disease, he chose to continue their... More > daily life as much as normal, by attempting to enter her world. Her condition declined rapidly whilst in hospital being treat for a fractured arm. Unaided, she walked into hospital and returned home wheelchair bound. In spite of his best efforts to provide her with 24-7 care. She was doubly incontinent and rigidity had set in, thus he felt compelled to place her in a Nursing Home. In the months that followed her condition deteriorated and she required palliative care. His daily eight hour harrowing visits to the home, became unbearable and against all advice he decided to take her home to die. He chose to care for her alone in his own way. Constantly he was warned she was dying, but he insisted on care giving in his own way.< Less
Palliative Care: A Different Kind of Hope By Patrick J Macmillan, M.D.
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Palliative medicine is one of the greatest gifts we have to offer folks at the end of their life or during the chronic phases of illness. Patrick J. Macmillan, M.D., conveys that message loud and... More > clear in this book featuring sixteen poignant stories of patients who found themselves at the end of life. Chaplains, nurses, social workers, and others play an important role in each tale. You’ll meet Grace, who wanted to keep fighting even though she had pancreatic cancer. Her family wanted her to keep battling as much as she did, but eventually she had to tell them that she didn’t want any more interventions. While doctors were unable to save her life in the conventional sense, they helped her spend her final days at home with loved ones. She is just one of many brave souls who have fought the good fight but eventually realized that surrendering to death offered their best hope at living with dignity.< Less
Palliative Care: A Different Kind of Hope By Patrick J. Macmillan, M.D.
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Palliative medicine is one of the greatest gifts we have to offer folks at the end of their life or during the chronic phases of illness. Patrick J. Macmillan, M.D., conveys that message loud and... More > clear in this book featuring sixteen poignant stories of patients who found themselves at the end of life. Chaplains, nurses, social workers, and others play an important role in each tale. You’ll meet Grace, who wanted to keep fighting even though she had pancreatic cancer. Her family wanted her to keep battling as much as she did, but eventually she had to tell them that she didn’t want any more interventions. While doctors were unable to save her life in the conventional sense, they helped her spend her final days at home with loved ones. She is just one of many brave souls who have fought the good fight but eventually realized that surrendering to death offered their best hope at living with dignity.< Less
My Struggle (English Version 1) By Jenny Yu Chih Chang
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My father lost competition with Chin Long Chu in Kaohsiung City Councilor election in early generation might be the origin causing all the oppression. Chin Long Chu brought Der Mei Wu to marry to An... More > Hsiung Chu was their plan to frustrate my family. The long sufferings from Chus' politicians made me start to write since 1998. Writings become a way for me to release my pain. Life always struggled in losing jobs without reason, suffering from doctors’ and nurses’ negligence on purpose of medical care in Taiwan since 1996 and lost 2 houses again during 1998 to 2002 besides being forced to lose the houses of Wu Chien Kung in 1991. Yeou Fu Chu induced Jen Fu Chang and his wife run the company starting in 2002 to cause Chen Chung Chang’s committed suicide and ruin the family relation between Jen Fu Chang and I have lasted for 7 years. Finally, I found my way to edit my 310 journals into the first book called “A Virgin Struggle” in June, 2006 and established “YuChih Publishing Firm” to self-publish.< Less

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