Dying To Survive

Author by : Rachael Keogh
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Publisher by : Gateway Books
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Description : It has been ten years since Rachael Keogh was catapulted into the public consciousness, when a shocking image of her needle-ravaged arms - skin burnt from injecting heroin into her wasted veins - made front pages around the country. Desperate for help, she made a public appeal to get one of 27 detox beds in Ireland so that she could reclaim her life from the drugs that had ravaged it. What followed was an extraordinary story of grit and determination as she embarked on her recovery journey. Her story became an instant bestseller and has resonated with readers ever since. This edition contains a new introduction from Rachael where she reflects on her story and considers what has changed for her and in the drugs culture in Ireland over the last decade. 'The best book by far about the drugs explosion in Dublin' Irish Independent 'This book should be on the school curriculum' Evening Echo


Dying To Survive

Author by : Carolyn Stoloff
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Dying To Survive

Author by : Rachael Keogh
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Publisher by : Gill & Macmillan Ltd
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Description : Rachael Keogh was catapulted into the public consciousness when a shocking image of her needle-ravaged arms – skin burnt from injecting heroin into her wasted veins – made front pages around the country. Desperate for help, she made a public appeal to secure one of just 27 detox beds in Ireland so that she could reclaim her life from the drugs that had consumed it. What followed was an extraordinary story of grit and determination as she embarked on her recovery journey. Dying to Survive is Rachael’s classic, bestselling addiction memoir, now with a new introduction reflecting on her struggles with relapse and what has changed about the drugs culture in Ireland. ‘The best book by far about the drugs explosion in Dublin’ Irish Independent ‘This book should be on the school curriculum’ Evening Echo ‘This is an incredible story, told completely straight – no sensationalism, no self-pity and plenty of wicked humour thrown in. Gripping, extraordinary and so shocking you have to keep reminding yourself that this really happens – this is one all teenagers and parents should read.’ Evening Echo ‘Through sheer grit and determination, Rachael pulled herself out of the hell she was living in … what an achievement. She is an inspiration.’ Alison O’Reilly, Mail on Sunday


Dying To Survive

Author by : Ed Buck
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Dying To Survive

Author by : Fedeline Charles
Languange : en
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Description : Dying to Survive: The Struggle of A Motherless Child, is a collection of Non Fiction, Fiction and Poetry, written by Fedeline Charles. This book takes you on a Journey which starts with the hardships of Fedeline Charles' young orphan life, from becoming pregnant at twelve, enduring abuse at the hand of her own blood, to finding her way back home. The journey continues in the fictional world of Friendship, Lies, love, expectations, addiction and just plain old everyday life. The collection of poetry at the end ties it all together in a intriguing poetic bow.


Dead Church Walking

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How To Die And Survive

Author by : Angela Brownemiller
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Description : YOUR RIGHT TO KNOW IS CLEAR. Tap into the light, into the idea of light, coming in from higher dimensions of yourself, of your universe, of your reality. Let this feel for light filter into your awareness. Take your actual power back by seeing what is actually here for you, by tapping into the inspiring, transformational, and catalytic forces available to you. SEE and fuel the LEAP in your awareness, in your consciousness, even in your energy structure, that you can make to survive any profound change, shift in reality, end of cycle, any transition, or what is a so-called "death." After all, endings, even deaths, are what we understand and define these as being. This book is a manual on interdimensional consciousness, travel, and survival. Through use of metaphor, this author guides readers through: her progressive "shift" awarenesses; through LEAPs in understanding her sequential "shift technologies" by means of concepts, processes, and exercises contained in the chapters of this book. These exercises begin quite simply and carefully build toward some very esoteric understandings. These exercises are designed for use by most everyone, regardless of age, belief system, experience, and health. Should any exercise require a physical activity (such as sitting, standing, or reaching) that one finds difficult or inconvenient to do, just imagine one is doing the exercise. For purposes of these exercises, the mind thinking through these motions is tantamount to performing these motions. Mental circuitry is exercised either way. This book overcomes limits to old models of what we are, who we are, and where we can be and go. Ultimately, this is an exploration of the potential of our consciousnesses. This is Volume Four in the KEYS TO CONSCIOUSNESS AND SURVIVAL SERIES written by Dr. Angela Brownemiller. See DrAngela.com and ConsciousnessAndSurvival.com for more information.


How To Survive Dying

Author by : Sam Uhl
Languange : en
Publisher by : CreateSpace
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Description : How to survive the death of a loved one. It is possible to let go and hang on all at the same time. In this journal I share moments of grace and insight as well as moments when I teetered on the edge of sanity. Early on it occurred to me that writing in a journal might be helpful, but I needed more guidance than empty pages could provide. I needed connection-some bit of insight into how to express myself with a bit of hope. So, here's my journal to you, sent with the wish that its contents helps you in some inspiring way. Go ahead, share your thoughts, scribble some pictures, stare at the pages and drift in your mind, whatever brings you comfort or release in this moment. Feel my hand in yours and know you're not crazy, and you're certainly not alone.


How To Survive Dying

Author by : Sam Uhl
Languange : en
Publisher by : Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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Description : It is possible to let go and hang on all at the same time. In this journal I share moments of grace and insight as well as moments when I teetered on the edge of sanity. Early on it occurred to me that writing in a journal might be helpful to share my experiences. So, here's my journal to you, sent with the hope that its contents will help you navigate these difficult days.


How To Survive Dying

Author by : Joan Lucero
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Strategic Social Marketing

Author by : Jeff French
Languange : en
Publisher by : SAGE
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Description : Adopting an international approach and offering a broader and contemporary perspective, this second edition of Strategic Social Marketing presents social marketing principles in a strategic, critical and reflexive way, illustrating the value of applying marketing to solve social problems, including: New ideas introducing core values and ways of thinking about behaviour and social change Integration of the latest concepts, research, and frameworks informing behaviour and social change efforts New vignettes and short case studies from leading thinkers in the field to illustrate concepts and ideas throughout the text The authors explore the reasons why social marketing should be an integral component of all social programme design and delivery when looking to achieve social good. They comprehensively explain the nature and application of social marketing; reconceptualising ‘value’, ‘systems thinking’, ‘the social marketing intervention mix’, and ‘critical social marketing’, in the social context. They then lay out strategy, plans, frameworks and tactics that policymakers, practitioners, students and indeed any social change agents can use to effect change for social good.


Development Of The Global Film Industry

Author by : Qiao Li
Languange : en
Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : The global film industry has witnessed significant transformations in the past few years. Regions outside the USA have begun to prosper while non-traditional production companies such as Netflix have assumed a larger market share and online movies adapted from literature have continued to gain in popularity. How have these trends shaped the global film industry? This book answers this question by analyzing an increasingly globalized business through a global lens. Development of the Global Film Industry examines the recent history and current state of the business in all parts of the world. While many existing studies focus on the internal workings of the industry, such as production, distribution and screening, this study takes a "big picture" view, encompassing the transnational integration of the cultural and entertainment industry as a whole, and pays more attention to the coordinated development of the film industry in the light of influence from literature, television, animation, games and other sectors. This volume is a critical reference for students, scholars and the public to help them understand the major trends facing the global film industry in today’s world.


The Game Of Life

Author by : Yana Dee
Languange : en
Publisher by : AuthorHouse
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Description : The Game of Life: To Inspire, Give Hope and Strength (published by AuthorHouse), by Yana Dee, is a poetry collection that offers hope and encouragement to those in the midst of their own daily struggles. After surviving a traumatic brain injury and waking up after a coma Dee had subsequent surgeries due to shunt malfunctions, severe pain and neurological problems resulting from the high pressure hydrocephalus, Dee began writing again and found a strength in her poetry that she could never have imagined. She entered the Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, where she shared her poetry with others. She soon realized, after putting tears in the eyes of her readers, that her poetry touched the soul. Throughout her hardships, Dee has chosen to not just survive, but to thrive. As she notes in the poem My Bubble: I still have the choice, To put my hands up, And surrender my soul. But I won’t let it go! As September is National Hydrocephalus Awareness Month, Dee’s heartfelt story of survival is all the more pertinent. Knowing first-hand the extreme pain associated with hydrocephalus, Dee has channeled her agony into art. Encompassing joy, fear, desperation and, ultimately, hope, Dee’s The Game of Life speaks to survivors in all walks of life.


The Subject Of Death And Dying

Author by : Pat Murry
Languange : en
Publisher by : AuthorHouse
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Description : After we have finished our assignment in life; death is the only door to the next realm of eternity, but there must be a sweet process to this exit for the family and friends which are left behind. We must know that death is not about age; illness or tragedies, it is only about escape and the completing of our assignment in this life, and our one and great purpose in life being accomplished. The words of God always provide comfort for everyone without torment, religion or fanfare, Christians and sinners alike. Prayfully this book will help to prepare us for that dreaded day with peace and grace, we are provided with steps to comfort; and less anxiety if we see fit to be prepared.


Truth And Lamentation

Author by : Milton Teichman
Languange : en
Publisher by : University of Illinois Press
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Description : The stories and poems in Truth and Lamentation, written during and after the Holocaust, reveal the human faces hidden behind the all-too-familiar statistics of the event. International in scope, this volume brings together 20 short stories and 90 poems commenting on the essentially incomprehensible nature of the Holocaust. Milton Teichman and Sharon Leder have drawn from a remarkably varied range of writers, representing nine languages and including both Jews and Gentiles. The contributors include the well known and the as yet unknown. A critical introduction places the selections within two broad categories of literary response to the Holocaust - truthtelling and lamentation. The first reflects the desire of writers to transmit multiple truths; the second expresses sorrow and loss.


Engaging China

Author by : Anne Thurston
Languange : en
Publisher by : Columbia University Press
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Description : The importance of the relationship between the United States and the People’s Republic of China has only grown since Richard Nixon’s epochal visit in 1972. By the early twenty-first century, when the rise of China had become an inescapable fact, most American policy makers and experts saw bilateral ties with China as the most consequential foreign-relations priority for the United States. In recent years, even before the coronavirus pandemic, the U.S.–China relationship has rapidly deteriorated—and the whole world has felt the consequences. This book brings together leading China specialists to offer a retrospective on relations between the United States and China over the last half-century and consider what might be next. The contributors—including academics, leaders of China-related nongovernmental organizations, and former diplomats and government officials—analyze the relationship from a range of perspectives: political, diplomatic, economic, social, cultural, commercial, educational, medical, and military. They reassess American engagement with China from the late Mao years onward, covering leaders from Deng Xiaoping through Xi Jinping. The contributors highlight not only the accomplishments and hard-won successes of engagement but also the mistakes and misunderstandings, acknowledging the well-earned distrust and genuine frictions that plague the relationship today. Multidisciplinary and comprehensive, Engaging China is a vital reconsideration for a time when the stakes of U.S. policy toward China have never been higher.


Dying For A Change Survival Hope And The Miracle Of Choice

Author by : William L. Murtha
Languange : en
Publisher by : Transformation Media Books
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Description : "Dying for a Change" is the gripping, true account of William L. Murtha s fi ght to survive hypothermia in the freezing waters off the coast of Britain. At a crucial time when his life was rapidly spiraling out of control, William was swept out to sea by a twenty-foot freak wave. Drowning, losing consciousness and convinced that this was the end, he relived many pivotal moments from his past and experienced a life-changing conversation with a Higher Presence. William s compelling message inspires readers to come face-to-face with their own deepest fears and challenges perceptions about God, life, death and miracles. "


Dying To Live

Author by : Monica Hards
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Description : What happens after we die? Where does our soul go? An experience that will never let you go. Encounters that are difficult to explain. How being a highly sensitive person has its' challenges in life. Themes that deal with life and death, and the question of what comes next after we leave this planet. Based on her profound insight into these provocative questions, Monica Hards tells in her book "Dying to live" of her own out-of-body and near-death experiences, and much more. We shouldn't let ourselves be controlled by our mind. Believing even in what we cannot see and grounding our energy when we feel fear, doubt or anxiety. Using an energy greater then guilt, pain, fear, anger, shame or unworthiness to be present in the moment. We might find it more exciting to be caught up in an abusive dynamic with someone than to say yes to love that is readily available and healthy for us. We are all connected to each other through a kaleidoscope of relationships. We need each other to survive and thrive, but independently and not co dependently. This book is designed to help you discover your soul's real truth.


Dying To Live

Author by : Danielle Vella
Languange : en
Publisher by : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
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Description : The aim of the book is to open a window into the world of people who are forced to flee their homeland to survive – refugees. The guide to understanding this world is through hearing the words, stories, hopes, expectations, and often, despairs of the refugees themselves. Author Danielle Vella travels from Africa to the Middle East to Europe to the USA to meet and interview refugees and help them tell their stories.


Words Survive

Author by : Lee Anne Gallaway-Mitchell
Languange : en
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Description : During the nineteenth century, the publication of letter collections, often titled "Life and Letters," became very popular and let the public in on the private lives of public figures. Women from literary families all wrote letters with an awareness of the possibility of the world reading them. Even as letters were viewed as ostensibly private forms of communication, they were serving an intimate public as a vehicle for public feelings long before publication. Exploring the epistolary remains of three nineteenth-century women writers from literary families, I focus, in particular, on how these writers confronted illness, grief, and death, all things that kept them isolated from others and made correspondence necessary. Sara Coleridge wrote about the deaths of those closest to her in order to learn from and plan her own death. While Alice James concentrated almost entirely on her own demise, Charlotte Brontë did not write about her death, even preferring that others at least hold off speculating on it while she was still living. Instead Bronte focused on her sisters' deaths, knowing that their deaths would shape how her life got written. Indeed, the family narrative would never lose its association with death. Throughout the study, Virginia Woolf acts as a mediating figure who both engaged in these epistolary practices of bereavement and read and wrote about letter collections from the past. The significance of these letters is how they reflect attitudes towards death and dying in the nineteenth century, particularly in how narratives get worked into an epistolarity of death in which the narrating of grief itself provides a means to manage the challenges of bereavement. The work of death and the writing of it are creative acts that build toward leaving a written corpus more permanent, or at least more durable, than the body and less vulnerable than life.


A Fight For Home

Author by : P A Wilson
Languange : en
Publisher by : Perry Wilson Books
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Description : Plagues that ravaged the world’s population are over. Civilization is dying, and brutality is a survival trait. A year after fleeing her home in search of peace and safety, Lena and her friends face a violent enemy who wants to control their small part of the world. They won’t survive alone, but they have nothing to offer to make alliances. Can an old enemy help? Can the past be forgotten to ensure a future? If you love stories of people struggling to hold onto their humanity, this second book in the Rebuilding Hope series is for you. Grab a copy of A Fight For Home today and follow the fight for the future.


Tales Of The Dead And Dying

Author by : S.D. Smith
Languange : en
Publisher by : Alchemy House Press
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Description : Tales of the Dead and Dying: Stories of Zombie Survival In the near future Earth will be overpopulated, wars for food and water would be commonplace. Fearing this, the major governments of the world devise a plan in secret. A manufactured virus is covertly released into the world’s populace. A way of thinning the herd. But what the governments did not know is that the virus will mutate, causing the dead to rise. A toxic black sludge known as “black blood” oozes from the mouths of the walking dead. If this black blood gets into the eyes, mouth or open wound the victim will turn. Of course the rich and powerful, the 1%, are safely tucked away while the rest of humanity struggles to survive this zombie apocalypse. These are the stories of the dead and dying. 1. Closing Time by S.D. Smith A small group is trapped in Billy’s Bar as the zombie apocalypse sweeps into small town, USA. Tensions rise and leaders emerge as the group struggles to survive against the coming storm. The undead have risen, fueled by an inconsolable hunger and the smell of pumping blood. What powers them? What drives them? What is the black substance pouring from their mouths and how does it kill? Journey with the survivors as they plan their escape from certain death. Who will live, and who will rise again? No one knows and no one is safe. Only one thing is certain: They are coming, and there is no stopping the hoard. 2. The Dead Girl by S.D. Smith Jack knew everything would never be the same. It had been two years since his wife and child died, and he had been used to his life as a scavenger on the road. He was content to live like that - getting hired, scavenging supplies, and getting paid, again, and again, and again - until one job changed everything. He had learned the only rule in this world: kill or be killed. But she was, by far, the prettiest monster he had ever seen, and it was, by far, the most hopeful he had even been in two years. With a cure apparently in sight, the end of the zombie outbreak seems close at hand - but not without one final twist that would upend Jack’s world again in ways he had never before imagined possible 3. Rogue Traders by Fletcher Rhoden Martin Rosen is on his way to Las Vegas, but it’s the trip itself that’s the real gamble -- stay in Los Angeles and be eaten by the hordes of cannibal zombies that have overtaken society, or head across the desert for last-chance salvation at a rumored rescue camp in Sin City. Halfway there, car trouble puts Martin and his wife and young son on the side of the highway and in the clutches of Riley Parmenter, a rogue trader who appears to be their savior. Martin worries that Riley’s intentions are much more sinister, but the zombies are attacking, and there’s no more time for deliberation. There is enough time for two things: To kill and to survive. When the dust settles, Martin and Riley will have their day... 4. It Only Takes One by Richard Pulfer Within the fortified confines of Bunker Three, the rich and powerful are safe from the Infection, guarded by heavily armed soldiers and seemingly vaccinated against plague which has ravaged the world. But Corporal Mike Hithers worries the inhabitants of Bunker 3 might not be taking the threat seriously. When a simple joyriding results in a full-scale breach of the Bunker, Mike must team up with Mel, the determined daughter of a senator, to escape – only to find the Infection is not the only threat in this terrifying new landscape. 5. Road Work by Richard Pulfer There’s no room for complaining after the world ends. Nonetheless, ex-bike messenger Dave has a pretty dirty job. Saddled with bloody leftovers from the butcher’s shop, Dave must act as bait for the flesh-eating guzzlers which roam the plague-ridden city, while his friends salvage for any supplies they can find. But there are far worse predators roaming the apocalyptic wasteland than the guzzlers, and Dave must rely on his own wits if he wants to survive the day as well as salvage a mission vital to his group’s continued existence in a world which has long since ended. Zombies, the Walking Dead, zombie apocalypse, horror Survival, Zombie Survival, Zombie, dead


How To Survive And Get Rich

Author by : Uranus Ink
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54 Minuten

Author by : Marieke Nijkamp
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Description : De vier Amerikaanse tieners Autumn, Claire, Sylvia en Tomas worden gevolgd tijdens een 54 minuten durende schietpartij op hun highschool in Alabama. Vanaf ca. 15 jaar.


A Time For Dying

Author by : Rajeshwari Singh / Brajendra Singh
Languange : en
Publisher by : Vishv Books Private Limited
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Description : Everyone has a goal in life and a reason to live for. But Vijay, a fighter pilot whose plane is hit and he himself seriously wonded during Indo-Pak war, has given up trying to survive. His pessimistic attitude towards life is due to the recollection of the traumatic encounter with someone during childhood gives him a reason to survive. What makes Vijay a pessimist? Which incident makes him change his mind? Was he able to save himself and his plane? An inspiring and thought provoking novel setup in the background of Indo-Pak war, which gives a reason for all of us to take life positively.


How To Survive In The Hospital

Author by : Joan Hass-Unger
Languange : en
Publisher by : Fischer Pub
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The Canadian Abridgment

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Don T Tell Me I M Going To Die

Author by : Feroze Moos
Languange : en
Publisher by : Xlibris Corporation
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Description : These reflections on my terminal cancer have only one purpose in mind: to bring together those who would heal. and those who would be healed. And to preserve protect and prolong life, hold it sacred against all impediments and anyone who would have it otherwise. They mirror the human predicament reflected in a single heart, are written with no intent to harm, and hold everybody harmless in an effort to save lives. Some of the names have been altered to protect the innocent, while others have been used with their permission. Everything written and implied explicitly. or implicitly, is solely the perception of the author. The story of my life struggling with the cancer in me and the cancer out there as I call it, that would have had me dead before my time, is an odyssey that allows one to look into oneself. The fragility and insouciance of human nature is terrifying, disheartening and inconceivable at times, but nonetheless allows one to transcend it if one has the courage and tenacity to survive against all odds. Thats what this story is all about. I dedicate this book to all those who would unstintingly heal, knowing what cannot be known. hold life sacred and seek this truth so as to transcend themselves and act with compassion. humility and unerring faith, to help others survive.


Theodore Roosevelt S Dying Query

Author by : James Logan Gordon
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How Not To Die But Survive A Plague

Author by : David OSEI
Languange : en
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Description : Surviving Plagues is the utmost desire of any living human being. Plagues do happen from time to time by virtue of either reckless lifestyle or poor environmental management breeding pest and rodents. Either way, plagues are deadly by its effects and so getting contracted by any type of plagues demands immediate action to remedy it. Even though advancement in living standard is reducing the spread of plagues, they are still present and active which when the environment is abused can quickly result into epidemic and outbreak. Plagues are everywhere, both in the advanced countries and the developing countries respectively.It is apparently not in the interest of anybody to die in his or her 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s and even 70s because of plagues. Everybody wants to live into 90s able to see grandchildren grow up and flourish. Also be able to fulfil all life dreams. The consequences of dying prematurely are dire. They can result in several unachieved goals, family problems, not able to enjoy your retirement, work for somebody to enjoy, not able to make a difference, anxiety, depression, relationship problems, to mention a few. All these unfavourable consequences are not something that anybody wants to experience. Exceptionally, these are the unique benefits to be derived from reading this comprehensive book:* Firstly, this book is intended to highlight on the symptoms and types of plagues.* Secondly, this book unveils the likely causes of plagues and death. * Thirdly, it provides effective guide and PLAN to prevent plagues, death and live longer. * Apart from this, the benefits to be obtained from using these workable PLANS.* Ultimately, regaining your lost happiness and live life to the full.