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Being Me

Author : Michelle Thompson
ISBN : 9781468937008
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 79. 60 MB
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A personal journey to self discovery and the path to being ourselves.

Just Being Me

Author : Kellie Taylor Hall
ISBN : 9781524659530
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 90. 2 MB
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Caya Braswell has found her life turned upside down, not for the first time in her life. She managed to move on with life and start a teaching career after she was orphaned at a very young age when her parents were killed in an automobile accident. She has just established herself in the world when she becomes something she never expected. She meets a handsome young man who helps her traverse this new world in which she has been cast, all the while trying not to lose the essence of herself to that same world.

Love Being Me

Author : Julie Leoni
ISBN : 9781326008765
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 61. 83 MB
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Read this book amidst the laundry, the dishes and the school runs, to move from stress to ease, in simple and heart-felt ways. Love Being Me is a warm and personal book which shares one woman’s search for meaning and peace in her life after divorce. Julie draws on her knowledge and experience of psychotherapy and meditation and finds ways to put what she knows, into practice, whilst doing the dishes and taking the kids to school. She writes friend-to-friend, with anecdotes and admissions of failure, flaws, joy and love. She asks questions, offers exercises and invites every one of us to live our lives from the heart, so that we can say ‘I love being me’, no matter what life brings. ‘This book is a wonderfully contemporary restatement of ancient wisdom. It’s profound, funny and at times courageously self-revelatory. Anyone looking to further their life should read it’. Michael Sclater, Psychotherapist

It S Not Easy Being Me

Author : Jimmie R. McKnight
ISBN : 9781490712918
Genre : Fiction
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Lewis is a quiet shy student at Garvey Middle School in the inner city. For Lewis school is a constant nightmare. He is constantly in trouble, despite being a good student with excellent writing skills. Lewis desperately wants to make his mother proud and not follow in the footsteps of his father who is in prison. He is constantly influenced by his friend Jason who always seems to lead him toward trouble. Lewis meets Mr. Willis a weird but concerned teacher at his school. Mr. Willis enrolls Lewis in Empowerment program which exposes Lewis to a different world. Lewis then begins to contemplate change. Will Lewis continue to travel down the wrong path towards tragedy? Or will he make a turn towards success?

Being Me

Author : Pete Moore
ISBN : 9780470091906
Genre : Science
File Size : 60. 76 MB
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‘O brave new world, That has such people in’t!’ Shakespeare, The Tempest New scientific developments are changing the world, but whether the world of our children and grandchildren will be the hell of Huxley’s Brave New World or the sheltered paradise described by Shakespeare depends on how we choose to use these developments. That choice will frequently be driven by our appreciation of what human beings really are. In this thought-provoking book Pete Moore presents an antidote to the scientific reductionism that so frequently seeks to narrow any definition of our species by single features, such as our genes or the ability of our brains. This exploration of the nature of humanity reveals the rainbow spectrum that makes us who we are. Through discussions with individuals whose lives help us to focus on individual aspects of our make up, Moore explores the difficult issues that are facing us. This book provides a timely reminder that technology cannot be separated from its impact on real people and how their lives are changed for the better or worse. Medical developments offer tremendous opportunities for good, but if we lose sight of what it is to be human they also have the ability to be used for very dangerous, even evil purposes. We have a chance to influence this future. We should not ignore the challenge. DR PETE MOORE is a medical journalist and an official rapporteur at Windsor Castle and the House of Lords. He is the author of Blood and Justice (0470 848421, Hbk / 0470 84844 8 Pbk).

I M Okay Being Me

Author : Anne Betts
ISBN : 9781849202121
Genre : Education
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'The worksheets...save valuable time for busy professionals. Overall, this package provides good value at £17.99' - British Journal of Special Education 'Teachers comfortable with developmental group-work, and able to adapt material and tailor it to pupils' responses, will find this a valuable resource' - Adrian King, Times Educational Supplement, Special Needs Extra 'The book with its CD-ROM is accessible and provides a structure for staff working in places such as learning support units, withdrawal groups in mainstream schools or special schools. It could also be valuable to youth workers and those working in children's services and CAMHS... this package provides good value as it includes photocopiable self-esteem assessment scales and worksheets as well as a programme structure' - British Journal of Special Education This is a programme to encourage positive self-esteem by recognising the 'me' in each individual. It is aimed at children aged 12 years and older. The book supports professionals working with young people who have demonstrated difficulties in achievement and behaviour by providing innovative and creative activities and exercises, which help to reduce behaviours common in those with low self-esteem. This practical programme uses Lucky Duck's B/G-steem self-esteem scale as an assessment tool to evaluate the success of the programme. All the activity sheets and assessment forms needed are supplied on a CD-rom. Anne works in association with schools and the Children's Fund project in Devon.

Mixed Up Maxie Being Me 2nd Revision July

Author : Maxine Ann Bailey
ISBN : 9781326731236
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Mixed up Maxi being me! This book is about me being deaf and daft and how I coped growing up and living with deafness. I put pen to paper and started to write Mixed up Maxi because, for far too long deaf people have not been given a fair hearing, literally and figuratively speaking. It all came to a head after the soap opera; EastEnders created the character Ben Mitchell, who is the "deaf" son, of Phil Mitchell. Ben doesn't display a single aspect of deafness. I don't know if the actor is actually deaf or if EastEnders just portrayed Ben as deaf and I use the word "portrayed" very lightly. Since Ben arrived in EastEnders with his National Health, blue hearing aid, not once have I heard* him say "pardon?," "what did you say?" or "come again?" it gives the impression that hearing aids cure deafness and this is far from true.

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