Juvenile Mrt

Author by : Gregory L. Little
Languange : en
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How To Escape From Prison

Author by : Paul Wood
Languange : en
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Description : As an 18-year-old, Dr Paul Wood was completely off the rails. He wasn't coping with the impending death of his mother, he was dependent on drugs, and was an unemployed high-school dropout committing crimes to feed his habit. Two days after his mother died he lost control when his then drug dealer attempted to assault him. He then spent 11 years in some of New Zealand's toughest prisons. But after a series of remarkable events, including a enlightening encounter with a criminal safe-cracker, Paul became the first person in New Zealand to progress through undergraduate studies to attain a bachelor's and master's degree in prison, and was the first person to begin a doctorate while still incarcerated. In this awe-inspiring book, Dr Paul Wood shares his life of crime, his time behind bars and his pathway to freedom.


The Supernatural Power Of Forgiveness

Author by : Kris Vallotton
Languange : en
Publisher by : Regal
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Total Read : 45
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Description : God’s plan has never been to help believers avoid pain. In fact, He uses difficult seasons and relationships to propel His children toward their destiny. The healing process from emotional and spiritual wounds is a journey that prepares Christians to live powerful lives, fully trusting the God who has freed them from the past.Jason Vallotton thought his world was burning down around him when he found out that his wife, Heather, was having an affair and planned to leave him and their children. Using his own story as a poignant, evocative illustration of God’s grace and healing, Jason invites readers to reframe their understanding of redemption. With his dad, Kris Vallotton, Jason shows believers how they can steward the hardest times and deepest pain in their lives and allow God to use them to lay a foundation for complete restoration and empowerment for the future. While it may be hard to see emotional wounds as gifts when they still hurt so deeply, those who read The Supernatural Power of Forgiveness will discover that God can not only heal their wounds, but He can also use the process of healing to equip them for whole, fulfilled and powerful lives.


The Supernatural Power Of Forgiveness Discover How To Escape Your Prison Of Pain And Unlock A Life Of Freedom Large Print 16pt

Author by : Jason Vallotton
Languange : en
Publisher by : ReadHowYouWant.com
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Total Read : 99
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Description : God's plan has never been to help believers avoid pain. In fact, He uses difficult seasons and relationships to propel His children toward their destiny. The healing process from emotional and spiritual wounds is a journey that prepares Christians to live powerful lives, fully trusting the God who has freed them from the past. Jason Vallotton thought his world was burning down around him when he found out that his wife, Heather, was having an affair and planned to leave him and their children. Using his own story as a poignant, evocative illustration of God's grace and healing, Jason invites readers to reframe their understanding of redemption. With his dad, Kris Vallotton, Jason shows believers how they can steward the hardest times and deepest pain in their lives and allow God to use them to lay a foundation for complete restoration and empowerment for the future. While it may be hard to see emotional wounds as gifts when they still hurt so deeply, those who read The Supernatural Power of Forgiveness will discover that God can not only heal their wounds, but He can also use the process of healing to equip them for whole, fulfilled and powerful lives.


Treating Alcoholism

Author by : Robert R. Perkinson
Languange : en
Publisher by : John Wiley & Sons
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Description : Help your clients find the path to overcoming their addiction Alcoholics are one of the most difficult client groups to treateffectively. To preserve their way of life, they may lie abouttheir problem or deny that one exists; that is the nature of thisprofoundly powerful disease. Yet if you can guide each of yourclients through their own resistance towards the truth, not onlywill you be rewarded with starting them on the road to recovery,you will no doubt have saved their life as well. Achieving such avictory goes to the heart of being an addiction counselor; it isthe experience of healing on a direct and tangible level. Treating Alcoholism provides a complete road map for assessing,diagnosing, and treating this multifaceted and tenacious illness.Detailed clinical information on the disease accompaniesready-to-use tools for practice. With a special emphasis on the 12Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous, the author walks you through thefirst five steps of this established methodology in comprehensivedetail, showing how to easily apply each one to treatment. Other useful resources in Treating Alcoholism include: * A sample treatment plan * Copies of alcohol screening tests (SMAST and CAGEquestionnaires) * Tests for other potentially related problems such as gambling andsexual addiction * A sample behavioral contract for use with adolescents * Listings of additional resources The treatment of alcoholism is fraught with struggles and hazardsfor both client and caregiver. Written in a lively tone thatresonates with the author's compassion for his own clients,Treating Alcoholism gives you reliable, up-to-date, andpractice-tested information and materials you need to successfullyconfront this deadly disease and start your clients on the path torecovery.


Miscellaneous Works Of Edward Gibbon Esquire

Author by : Edward Gibbon
Languange : en
Publisher by : Cambridge University Press
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Description : On the death of Edward Gibbon (1737-94), his unpublished papers were left to his friend John Baker Holroyd, first earl of Sheffield, who published them in two volumes in 1796. Volume 2 contains abstracts from Gibbon's reading, with his reflections on what he read, and extracts from his journal (sometimes in French, with a parallel translation), short pieces on various aspects of Roman history, an outline of his planned history of the world from the ninth to the end of the fifteenth century, literary criticism, a history of the House of Brunswick (ancestors of the Hanoverian British royal family), and a riposte to a criticism of his own great work, The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, which is also reissued (in the 1896-1900 edition by J. B. Bury) in the Cambridge Library Collection.


Escape From The Invisible Prison

Author by : Gabrielle Rae
Languange : en
Publisher by : Lulu.com
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Total Read : 62
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Pocket Guide To Chakras

Author by : Joy Gardner-Gordon
Languange : en
Publisher by : Crossing Press
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Total Read : 53
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Description : A person with the gift of clairvoyance can see your seven energy vortexes radiating like multicolored suns along the axis of your spine. These whorls of spinning energy are known as chakras, the Sanskrit word for wheel. Today the ancient knowledge of chakras is recognized as a legitimate model for understanding health and illness. The POCKET GUIDE TO THE CHAKRAS answers such questions as: What are the chakras? Where are they? How do they function? What causes them to open or close? How can their energy be changed?


Stop Smoking And Quit E Cigarettes

Author by : Allen Carr
Languange : en
Publisher by : Arcturus Publishing
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Total Read : 78
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Description : Allen Carr's Easyway method is the most effective stop-smoking method of all time and this book is a super-fast, yet comprehensive, version of the method. Even better, this book is designed to set you free from any form of nicotine addiction - whether that be cigarettes, e-cigarettes or any other nicotine product * Get free from nicotine easily, immediately and permanently * No need for willpower, cigarette substitutes or gimmicks * This is the way to quit without gaining weight * Regain control of your life


The Surprising Truth

Author by : Frank M. Wanderer
Languange : en
Publisher by : KeryBooks
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Total Read : 68
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Description : e-book edition Excerpts from “Awakening of the Consciousness” and “The Miracle of Consciousness” by Frank M. Wanderer and Ervin K. Kery