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Soul Prisoner By Stacy-Ann Facey
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What do you do when you want to live life your own way but you are restricted because of your faith or family? Jazz finds herself in this dilemma. She wants to leave behind the secret of her family... More > and live a normal life, a life of peace and love. She will do anything to fall in love and live a normal life. The problem is, her life is far from regular. Her family tries to warn her about her behavior, but Jazz doesn’t listen. She meets the man of her dreams, but is he really the man for her? Find out what happens to Jazz when she shuns the advice of her parents and begins to live life on her own terms. Will she survive the turmoil around her or will her soul continue to be imprisoned by the problems surrounding her?< Less
Christian Coping In Prison By Rev. Dr. Roy Catchpole
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Christian Coping In Prison By Rev. Dr. Roy Catchpole
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Christian Coping In Prison By Rev. Dr. Roy Catchpole
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This book is a surprising mix of academic research and human relationships. Readers will scarcely note the thoroughness of the research as they turn the pages because the work is of intense human... More > interest. There is a strong autobiographical theme because the author, an Anglican priest, uses his painful experience behind bars as a tool for empathy and for outreach. The insights to prison life are scary. Serious questions are posed about the purpose and value of the custodial system. The author’s own conversion experience, in prison, is deeply moving because he finds an acceptance he had never known when free. His return to ‘freedom’ holds shocks for him, and lessons for all of us who are content in our churches, enjoying the fine liturgy and the company of like-minded people. This book sits like a time bomb under the complacent and the self-righteous.< Less
Christian Coping In Prison By Rev. Dr. Roy Catchpole
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This book is a surprising mix of academic research and human relationships. Readers will scarcely note the thoroughness of the research as they turn the pages because the work is of intense human... More > interest. There is a strong autobiographical theme because the author, an Anglican priest, uses his painful experience behind bars as a tool for empathy and for outreach. The insights to prison life are scary. Serious questions are posed about the purpose and value of the custodial system. The author’s own conversion experience, in prison, is deeply moving because he finds an acceptance he had never known when free. His return to ‘freedom’ holds shocks for him, and lessons for all of us who are content in our churches, enjoying the fine liturgy and the company of like-minded people. This book sits like a time bomb under the complacent and the self-righteous.< Less
Political Prisoners of the Nebraska Republican Party By Donald Poston
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This is my story, and the trouble I got into because of my intelligence. I ran into trouble with a Union and a cement company, a manufacture of Portland cement. I found that their 10 million dollar... More > kiln didn't work, and they were afraid I was going to tell the world, and it would adversely affect their stock so the union and the company conspired and played stressful mind games with me. Because of this stress I developed a mental illness called manic depressive. Even in the Nebraska State Mental hospitals and State government I found more corruption. I found that the mentally ill were being lied about with false diagnoses by professional people who were in the pay of the Nebraska Republican party, and deprived of their freedom so State government, which was controlled by the Republican party could be enriched by Federal funds to the tune of $653 per patient per month. hence my title. I never expected to be taken a political prisoner in America by the Nebraska Republican Party.< Less
Political Prisoners of the Nebraska Republican Party By Donald Poston
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This is my story, and the trouble I got into because of my intelligence. I ran into trouble with a Union and a cement company, a manufacture of Portland cement. I found that their 10 million dollar... More > kiln didn't work, and they were afraid I was going to tell the world, and it would adversely affect their stock so the union and the company conspired and played stressful mind games with me. Because of this stress I developed a mental illness called manic depressive. Even in the Nebraska State Mental hospitals and State government I found more corruption. I found that the mentally ill were being lied about with false diagnoses by professional people who were in the pay of the Nebraska Republican party, and deprived of their freedom so State government, which was controlled by the Republican party could be enriched by Federal funds to the tune of $653 per patient per month. hence my title. I never expected to be taken a political prisoner in America by the Nebraska Republican Party.< Less
Potholes & Patches By F.C. Posey
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A collection of poems that range from inside a prison and mental illness to children's poetry and Christianity. Step inside a world of poetry that will entertain and enlighten you. Hopefully leaving... More > you feeling much better than you picked this book up.< Less
Visitors from Flatland By Oliver Miller
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This is the second collection of poetry by Oliver Miller, following his premiere with Basil Hallward's Conscience in 2013. However, unlike the first collection, which was written while Miller was... More > struggling with two undiagnosed mental illnesses and heavy alcoholism, this second book finds its author after an emergence from four years of suicidality, imprisonment, renewal of faith, hospitalization, and in the beginning stages of his recovery and treatment. These poems explore themes such as mathematical beauty, resolving past anger and shame, reflections on time spent as a wartime soldier, unhealthy relationships, dream realities, and existentialism.< Less
THE MAD AND THE BAD By John Hale
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This is a collection of stories about some of the most unusual men and women a psychiatrist could treat. The thread linking these stories is the methodology of diagnosing and treating mental illness... More > within the harsh world of a maximum-security prison. This book resolves fundamental psychiatric concepts like antisocial personality, schizophrenia, bipolar, substance abuse and sexual perversions and explores the contiguity between these disorders and criminality. The author addresses many questions that perplex both psychiatrists and criminologists. Why do some very bright individuals wind up in jail? What kind of person gets arrested over and over again, for the same offenses? What is it like for women behind bars? Filled with first-hand interviews of some of the hardest criminals in a modern high-security prison, this book presents a differentiated view of the criminal mind and the day-to-day difficulties mental health professionals face while treating The Mad and The Bad.< Less

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