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Hagar's Children By Veve Vaughan-Wagner
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Set in the 1950's, on the East Coast of Jamaica, this story elicits the struggle of one girl through social and economical repression, spurred-on by ambition and a dream to find equality and... More > acceptance in a male dominant and culturally superstitious society. It is told as only Elena can tell it. The controversial context of the whole is high-lighted in parts with echoing force. She loses her mother at an early age, both herself and her brother goes to live with the maternal grandmother, overseed by a brutal uncle who hates them to the point of sadistic torture by work, beatings and frequent starvation. Never again were they to know the tenderness of a mother’s love as they wander through life like Prometheus. Her brother Caaly runs away because of the mal-treatment but moreso, propelled by an innate sense of adventure, wishing to grasp freedom in exchange for the harsh reality with which he’s confronted. At 13 she is raped.....< Less
Smother Love? By Andrew Holland
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Life as a son to a controlling, overbearing, self-obsessed mother is bad enough and you'd probably want to get away as soon as you were old enough; but what if your parent had Narcissistic... More > Personality Disorder? What if they had made everyone around you their enemy, prevented you from ever having close friends or a girlfriend, and had brainwashed you into thinking that the only reason you even exist was so that they could live off of you financially and have you deal with all the crap they caused but were unable to sort out themselves, well what then? Based on true experiences, this book is an (often comically sarcastic) account of a son's life under the thumb of a mother with Narcissistic Personality Disorder and how he finally managed to realise the truth and break free, the lessons he learnt and how you – if you're in a similar situation – can break free also.< Less
SMOTHER LOVE? By Andrew Holland
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Life as a son to a controlling, overbearing, self-obsessed mother is bad enough and you'd probably want to get away as soon as you were old enough; but what if your parent had Narcissistic... More > Personality Disorder? What if they had made everyone around you their enemy, prevented you from ever having close friends or a girlfriend, and had brainwashed you into thinking that the only reason you even exist was so that they could live off of you financially and have you deal with all the crap they caused but were unable to sort out themselves, well what then? Based on true experiences, this book is an (often comically sarcastic) account of a son's life under the thumb of a mother with Narcissistic Personality Disorder and how he finally managed to realise the truth and break free, the lessons he learnt and how you – if you're in a similar situation – can break free also.< Less
THOUGHTS By Crystal Miller
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Children who grown up in alcoholic homes are often emotionally abused as well as physically. They usually are made to feel guilty about thoughts and feelings they have,because the parents are in... More > denial< Less
BREASTFEEDING IS LOVEMAKING BETWEEN MOTHER & CHILD By Rasa Von Werder
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Features great scientists, neuropsychologist Dr. James Prescott and Clinical Evolutionary Psychologist Dr. Dale Glaebach. James Prescott says the threat to world peace comes from nations having... More > depriving environments for children and repressive of sexual affection and female sexuality. Dr. Prescott instituted brain-behavioral research, documenting early experiences of mother-infant separation induced varieties of brain abnormalities. Babies should be breastfed and closely nurtured for at least two years for proper brain growth & intelligence, lack of this brings violence, suicide, depression & addiction. Dr. Dale Glaebach explains how patriarchal religious anti-sexualism caused breast-feeding to become “redefined” as an asexual experience, which then causes sexual repression and stigmatization of women. Sexual fears plague a mother’s enjoyment, truncating breast-feeding when feelings arise. Evolution has given breastfeeding pleasure the same as sex TO INSURE SPECIES SURVIVAL.< Less
BREASTFEEDING IS LOVEMAKING BETWEEN MOTHER & CHILD By Rasa Von Werder
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Features great scientists, neuropsychologist Dr. James Prescott and Clinical Evolutionary Psychologist Dr. Dale Glaebach. James Prescott says the threat to world peace comes from nations having... More > depriving environments for children and repressive of sexual affection and female sexuality. Dr. Prescott instituted brain-behavioral research, documenting early experiences of mother-infant separation induced varieties of brain abnormalities. Babies should be breastfed and closely nurtured for at least two years for proper brain growth & intelligence, lack of this brings violence, suicide, depression & addiction. Dr. Dale Glaebach explains how patriarchal religious anti-sexualism caused breast-feeding to become “redefined” as an asexual experience, which then causes sexual repression and stigmatization of women. Sexual fears plague a mother’s enjoyment, truncating breast-feeding when feelings arise. Evolution has given breastfeeding pleasure the same as sex TO INSURE SPECIES SURVIVAL.< Less
T.S. Arthur Series: The Iron Rule By T. S. Arthur
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The book "The Iron Rule" by T. S. Arthur deals with the intricate problems which are faced by both parents and children in a common household. A child loves his parent naturally. The... More > latter may be harsh, and unreasonable; still the child will look up to him in weak dependence, while love mingles, like golden threads in a dark fabric, amid the fear and respect with which he regards him. Thus it was with the children of Andrew Howland. Their mother was a gentle, retiring woman, with a heart full of the best affections. When the sunshine fell upon her golden locks in the early days of innocence, it was in a home where the ringing laugh, the merry shout, and the wild exuberance of feeling ever bursting from the heart of childhood were rarely checked; or, if repressed, with a hand that wounded not in its firm contraction.< Less
Remembering Things Past By Vikki Petraitis
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REMEMBERING THINGS PAST: In the early 1950s, Rod Braybon's father died, leaving his mother with eight children she couldn't care for. As a ward of the state, Rod finally ended up at the notorious... More > Bayswater Boys' Home run by the Salvation Army. Rod endured years of ill-treatment at the hands of the Salvation Army, then spent a life-time repressing the memories that haunted him. Finally, after seeing a chance article in a newspaper, Rod decided to speak out. His story created a nation-wide sensation and won a prestigious award for the journalist who broke it. That Rod was willing to speak out to try and ease the suffering of others like him, is incredible. That he survived at all, is nothing short of a miracle. This short story is expanded in the full novel "SALVATION" in ebook and paperback)< Less
Badlands By Aleah Sato
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"In Badlands, an alternate world is created for the feminine to express itself. Eve, evil mothers, mythic figures, vampires and women looking for trouble/looking to be born/looking to give... More > birth all inhabit this surreal dark land. All get a chance to tell their stories and recount their dreams. Each poem explores a different aspect of the repressed feminine, whether it is an attraction to violence and degradation, a distaste for our children, repulsion with the birthing process, or world-destroying anger. Her verse is twisted and surreal, gorgeous and painful. She takes our hand and leads us on journey through the badlands where we are caressed, transformed, beaten and kissed. When we finish, we are bloodied and changed. For all women, and all those who wish to understand women, this book offers up all our secrets in a frightening and pretty package." -- Christine Hamm, author of The Animal Husband< Less
Freeing Growth: A Neo-Capitalist Manifesto By Niall Douglas
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This little Manifesto is the result of four years of discussion by a group of students reading for their undergraduate degrees at the ancient and elite University of St. Andrews. It is the... More > distillation of the main recommendations of a five hundred thousand word book manuscript called Freeing Growth: Volume 1 which assumes that if we are screwed as the evidence would suggest, then an authoritarian regime is highly likely to be enacted by a panicking population as billions starve, floods of refugees hit our shores, and the price of oil, fresh water and raw materials skyrocket. If an authoritarian regime is therefore likely inevitable, we asked what is the best form of authoritarianism? What measures would deliver rapid, long term sustainable economic growth? Who should be allowed civil liberties and who ought to be repressed? How do we go about restoring our relationship with God to the centre of our economy? What should be done about the old? Indeed, what should be done about the children?< Less