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The Bottom of The Cornet By Bette Kane
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This is my personal story, starting in 1927 when I was born. It follows my life through some very difficult and disjointed years as a young child enduring so many moves and changes of schools, when... More > I often wondered where I actually lived. My unhappiness as I grew up, and found that sadly my mother and I could not live together in harmony. I longed to get away and be on my own, but this was not possible due to the dreadful trauma that descended upon us which led to even harder times, and nearly drove me to a nervous breakdown, or to marrying the wrong man just to get away from my unhappy existence. But there was a light at the end of the tunnel, although I did have to wait for many more years to find happiness.< Less
In Recovery: Stories of healing from mental illness By Courtney Pankrat
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In Recovery recounts the stories of twelve amazing people who have struggled with mental illness and have come out stronger on the other side. Some participants have been in recovery for years while... More > others are newer to wellness. Each participant defines success in a different way. Lauren is a professional athlete competing at the top of her sport as a member of the Ultimate Fighting Championship league, while Ali has found success in living life on a ranch with her terminally ill husband. Success looks different for everyone and one story does not fit all. This book is meant to inspire people who have or are currently struggling with mental illness. In the midst of mental illness, seeing a light at the end of the tunnel is possible. With this book, readers will learn that hope and recovery are real.< Less
In Recovery: Stories of Healing from Mental Illness By Courtney Pankrat
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In Recovery recounts the stories of twelve amazing people who have struggled with mental illness and have come out stronger on the other side. Some participants have been in recovery for years while... More > others are newer to wellness. Each participant defines success in a different way. Lauren is a professional athlete competing at the top of her sport as a member of the Ultimate Fighting Championship league, while Ali has found success in living life on a ranch with her terminally ill husband. Success looks different for everyone and one story does not fit all. This book is meant to inspire people who have or are currently struggling with mental illness. In the midst of mental illness, seeing a light at the end of the tunnel is possible. With this book, readers will learn that hope and recovery are real.< Less
The Truth!! By a woman who fought back! By Bella Crowe
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A life of lies, deceit and abuse. As a naive sixteen year old i was bowled over by a seemingly thoughtful and caring gentleman. **READERS REVIEW** This is not a conventional... More > autobiography; it is more of a reflection - albeit an animated one- on a series of incidents, some of which were really terrible, that deeply affected Beverley's life, and she takes us back, into experiences where she sometimes experienced heartbreak. It is written in an intimate, conversational style; Beverley invites the reader to share in her experiences, she lays her life out for the reader, she does not hold back. It has much darkness-what life does not? But Beverley has experienced more than most-but also light, we hope, at the end of the tunnel, as Beverley understands how different as people are Joseph and Steve. It is full of insight into a personal life.I believe that this short but very moving personal account would find a readership.< Less
The Truth!! By a woman who fought back! By Bella Crowe
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A life of lies, deceit and abuse. As a naive sixteen year old i was bowled over by a seemingly thoughtful and caring gentleman. **READERS REVIEW** This is not a conventional... More > autobiography; it is more of a reflection - albeit an animated one- on a series of incidents, some of which were really terrible, that deeply affected Beverley's life, and she takes us back, into experiences where she sometimes experienced heartbreak. It is written in an intimate, conversational style; Beverley invites the reader to share in her experiences, she lays her life out for the reader, she does not hold back. It has much darkness-what life does not? But Beverley has experienced more than most-but also light, we hope, at the end of the tunnel, as Beverley understands how different as people are Joseph and Steve. It is full of insight into a personal life.I believe that this short but very moving personal account would find a readership.< Less
Under The Blanket By Marjorie Shepherd
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Despite living through evacuation and WW2 I became a confident, outgoing teenager, entertaining the public with my singing and even travelling to Singapore in the Far East with the WRAC. No one could... More > have envisaged, however, the far reaching effects the `abandonment' of evacuation and the fear had imprinted on my mind. After a short traumatic first marriage I became filled with Agoraphobia and panic attacks. My weight plummetted from 9st 13lb to 7st 3lb almost overnight and I was admitted to a mental hospital. My book also tells of how I coped with raising a a family of six whilst still being plagued with Anxiety and Panic Attacks. There were of course many happy times and humour is splashed through the writing. I have written this book to give hope and upliftment to anyone who can relate to the circumstances in it and to show that there really is `light at the end of the tunnel'.< Less
Loving Mummy By Shavon Johnson
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Loving Mummy is a snippet of my life as a young black girl in the 1980 growing up with a mother who experienced depression on and off, ultimately falling way to a full nervous break down. With only... More > me, myself and I to make sense out of the nonsense, I lost many things and cried many a tears yet through it all, I unlocked a deeper relationship with myself, a spiritual journey that saw me close doors that were left ajar letting in the cold breeze and opened windows that were nailed shut so some fresh air could come in. By changing my prospective I changed my experience thus giving myself permission to release the contents of my heart and not be afraid. I share my journey to those it makes sense to, to know you are not alone and that the light is, at the end of the tunnel, don't stop looking for it it.< Less
Under The Blanket By Marjorie Shepherd
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Despite living through evacuation and WW2 I became a confident, outgoing teenager, entertaining the public with my singing and even travelling to Singapore in the Far East with the WRAC. No one could... More > have envisaged, however, the far reaching effects the `abandonment' of evacuation and the fear had imprinted on my mind. After a short traumatic first marriage I became filled with Agoraphobia and panic attacks. My weight plummetted from 9st 13lb to 7st 3lb almost overnight and I was admitted to a mental hospital. My book also tells of how I coped with raising a a family of six whilst still being plagued with Anxiety and Panic Attacks. There were of course many happy times and humour is splashed through the writing. I have written this book to give hope and upliftment to anyone who can relate to the circumstances in it and to show that there really is `light at the end of the tunnel'.< Less
Cowboy Sunset: Four Historical Romances By Doreen Milstead
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Accidental Love - A woman from Nebraska makes a contract to marry a cowboy in California but along the way there’s an accident with the stagecoach she’s in, and she’s the only... More > passenger. Abby And William And The Little Man – A woman finds an injured man on the ground and recognizes him as a distant neighbor she hasn’t seen in many years. The First Female Cable Car Operator & Her Wealthy American - An upper class young woman in Quebec has a lifelong dream of being the first woman cable car operator in San Francisco; and when she meets a rich American at her debutante party, her dreams are quickly realized. That’ll Cost You A Year’s Worth Of Laundry – A widow takes in laundry to make ends meet, and starts to see the light at the end of the tunnel.< Less
Marriage to the Cowboy: A Pair of Historical Romances By Vanessa Carvo
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Living In A Swamp With Her Cajun Fisherman - A Gaelic woman decides to head for America from Ireland after finding a mail ordered husband. Little did she know how she and a Cajun fisherman in New... More > Orleans would get along, despite language and cultural differences, and his ancient fishing boat that was their only means for making a living. The California Cowboy & The Pregnant & Jilted English Orphan - An English woman is jilted by her boyfriend after he promises to marry her and she becomes pregnant. She makes the long trip out to California to become the mail order bride of a farmer who appears alternately angry about her arrival, and reclusive at the same time. It takes a while for the woman to ferret out the truth but friends she meets along the way help, and eventually she sees a bit of light at the end of the tunnel.< Less

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Birth Log Book Birth Log Book By Emily Rumsey
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