A Personal Workbook and Guide to "Healing the Child Within"
Author: Charles Whitfield
Pubpsher: Simon and Schuster
This is a gentle and effective workbook and guide to Healing the Child Within. It can be used with or without having already read Healing the Child Within. Using numerous experiential exercises that the reader can do at their own pace, physician and author Charles Whitfield takes us on a healing journey into our inner and outer life. Once a reader starts this book, the healing process begins -- even if they rarely do any of its exercises. One of the highlights of this book is the clear description of age regression, one of the most crucial concepts in healing and recovery.
Have you ever wished you could give YOURSELF a Valentine's present?This year, one little girl is determined to do just that. She intends to give herself a present because she believes that she deserves it! Find out what that is... it might even be something that everyone should give themselves every day of the year!
Make a Gift, a Flower Journal. Pretty Personalized Medium Lined Journal & Diary for Writing & Note Taking for Girls and Women - Floral Print: Lined Notebook / Journal Gift, 154 Pages, 8x10, Soft Cover, Matte Fin
Author: Women with Dreams Edition
This notebook helps plan goals, express thoughts, write new ideas, record daily activities, dates of meetings, events and errands or get rid of negative emotions and stress - writing helps! This is the perfect and inexpensive gift for Valentine's Day, birthdays, Santa, gag gift, Holiday, or project employee appreciation gift for any office environment, anniversaries, Christmas or any special You can use this notebook for record: Website addresses All usernames and passwords Credit card information Home network information WiFi password and network ID Software license keys Names, addresses Date of birth Phone numbers E-mail addresses
A collection of stories covering the life of a mix-blood Muskogee/Cherokee/Irish elder. Ghost Dancer was raised in the traditional ways of the Red Stick Muskogee people, yet spent time each year with his Ani-yun-wiya (Cherokee) grandfather and learned those traditional ways as well. In this collection many spiritual beliefs of the native people are explained and discussed. He starts with some basic understandings and progresses to details of the Purification Lodge and the Medicine Wheel as he was taught by the Old Ones. Many of the stories are in a conversational tone and you get the feeling of sitting around a sacred fire and listening to an elder speak. This is a very comfortable way to learn these teachings. Running Fox
Understanding, Loving and Guiding the Difficult Child
Author: Mary Wuestefeld
Category: Family & Relationships
Many years ago, I was one of those naive expectant mothers who thought that a simple formula of faith, love and discipline would produce the perfect child. Those who had a problem child, I surmised, either didn't have enough religion in their home, didn't love their child enough or didn't discipline him/her enough. So when, much to my dismay and perplexity, my child began to display chronic problem behaviors I blamed myself. To make matters worse, the counselors we sought out for help blamed me also! As I searched for answers during this difficult time, however, I discovered many things about myself, my son, human nature and God that profoundly changed my views on parenting and religion. My discoveries also led to a better understanding of God's unconditional love and enabled me to give this most precious of all gifts to my first born child. My life has been tremendously blessed by going through this most challenging experience and I hope, as you read my story, that your life, and your parenting experience, will be enriched also.
Much is said in Christian circles about knowing God. But there cannot be deep knowledge of God without deep knowledge of one's self. In this profound exploration of Christian identity, psychologist and spiritual director David G. Benner illuminates the spirituality of self-discovery. He exposes the false selves that we hide behind and calls us to discover the true self that emerges from our uniqueness in Christ. Genuine self-understanding revitalizes our spiritual life and leads to the fulfillment of our God-given destiny and vocation. - from back of the book.
More than personal boundaries, this book is really about relationships--healthy and unhealthy ones. Here bestselling author and psychotherapist Charles Whitfield blends theories and dynamics from several disciplines into practical knowledge and actions that your can use in your relationships right now. This comprehensive book opens with clear definitions and descriptions of boundaries, a self-assessment survey and a history of our accumulated knowledge. Going deeper, it describes the 10 essential areas of human interaction wherein you can improve your relationships. These include age regression, giving and receiving (projection and projective identification), triangles, core recovery issues, basic dynamics, unfinished business and spirituality. It shows in countless practical ways how knowledge of each of these is most useful in your recovery and everyday life.
From Melissa Hill, author of A Gift from Tiffany's, comes A Gift to Remember—another New York Christmas love story to warm your heart Darcy Archer works in a small bookstore in Manhattan. A daydream believer, she refuses to settle for anything less than being swept off her feet by the perfect man... literally. One day, when cycling to work, Darcy accidentally crashes into a sharply dressed gentleman walking his dog. He is knocked out cold, rushed to hospital and the poor pup gets left behind. Wracked with guilt, Darcy takes the dog and makes plans to reunite him with his owner, Aidan. As she discovers the mysterious stranger's world of books, travel, adventure and all the wonderful things she's ever dreamed about, Darcy builds a picture of this man and wonders if he could be THE ONE... But does fantasy match reality? What happens when Prince Charming wakes up? Will Aidan be the happy ever after she's always imagined?
Bringing social theory and philosophy to bear on popular movies, novels, myths, and fairy tales, The Gift and its Paradoxes explores the ambiguity of the gift: it is at once both a relation and a thing, alienable and inalienable, present and poison. Challenging the nature of giving as reciprocal, the book engages critically with the work of Mauss and develops a new theory of the gift according to which the gift cannot be reduced to a model of exchange, but must instead entail a loss or sacrifice. Ultimately, the gift is examined in the book as the impossible occurrence of gratuitous giving. In addition to exploring the conditions of possibility and impossibility of the gift, the book draws on the thought of figures such as Derrida, Serres, Simmel, Cixous, Irigaray and Heidegger to argue for the relevance of the phenomenon of the gift to broader issues in contemporary social sciences. It takes up questions concerning the constitution of community and the processes by which people are included in or excluded from it, gender relations, materiality, the economy, and the possibility that death itself could be a gift, in the form of euthanasia or self-sacrifice. A rigorous yet accessible examination of the phenomenon of the gift in relation to a range of contemporary concerns, The Gift and its Paradoxes will appeal to scholars and students within sociology, philosophy, anthropology, political theory and film and literature studies.
Imagine being told that your child is going to die, more than 2 years before it happens. You don’t know how much time you will have with the child, which child it will be, or even how the child will die... In a book called A Gift For Life, author Paula L. Taylor shares the heartbreaking pain of losing her son. But through a gift of love from her beloved aunt and godmother, and her never-ending faith, Paula was able to take these gifts and turn them into hope for herself and her family. With these gifts of love, faith, and hope, Paula finds a way to put them all together, uses them to move forward, and in the end, discovers a gift for life.