“Dr. Jane Greer's book What About Me? is a must-read. From page one it showed me how to view relationships in a different light.
Author: Jane Greer
Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.
Category: Family & Relationships
Selfishness and entitlement have never been more prevalent. "What About Me?" will help readers discover what role selfishness is playing in their relationship while helping them better understand what drives their partner to behave selfishly.
After I late my friend vent and be heard, the concluding statement remains the same, "What About Me?" Indeed, we have married men that are called to serve ...
Author: Dr. Shaunte McFarland, M.Ed.
Did you find yourself feeling good about what you had done? 9. Did your role and attitude toward the meaning of being successful change in adolescence? 10.
Author: Bryna Siegel
Publisher: Hachette UK
A compassionate and accessible guide on living with and caring for a developmentally disabled sibling.
In this delightful sequel to What About Me?, we are a year on... Sue is a GP, her busy life filled with demanding but lovable patients, demanding but ...
Author: Kate Figes
Publisher: eBook Partnership
Teenage life from two perspectives - Frankie's diary and her mother's emails to sis in Oz. Love gets lost for a while through misunderstandings....
Author: Edward Koren
Category: American wit and humor, Pictorial
Author: Grant Cameron
Publisher: Creative Bound Incorporated
This book is for the silent sufferers -- the millions of men worldwide who are helping female partners recover from the trauma of childhood sexual abuse. What About Me? is the end result of the painful and trying times journalist Grant Cameron encountered while helping his wife Liz deal with her abusive past. What About Me? will help men understand the issues surrounding childhood sexual abuse and prepare them for the rocky journey through the healing process with a survivor. It will help them understand why women who are healing say and do certain things. It will also give them a better understanding of their own actions and feelings.
Author: Máire Mullarney
really good sport when it comes to people making fun of what I am involved in, those comments made me feel resentful and angry. But it was the perfect thing ...
Author: Darien K. Marshall CPC
Publisher: Balboa Press
Forgiveness can lead to a life of prosperity and abundance. It can open the door to loving intimate relationships and strengthen the bond of lifelong friendships, and the health benefits that are experienced when resentments are released are astounding. You are about to enter what the author hopes you will find to be a humorous and delightful journey on the subject of forgiveness. Many who seek self-help and inspiration wonder why, with all of the work they have done to improve themselves, there still seems to be a sense of poverty in certain areas of their lives. Something still seems to be missing. Maybe you yourself asked, “How I can prevent negative things from coming into my experience?” The answer to that question may be closer than you think. You now hold in your hands an amazing treasure that may lead you to the answers that you're looking for. Fasten your seat belt. It's going to be a fun ride!
“What about me?” I said. “You can't act,” he said. We were walking through the studio gate when I told Clint, “You're in a lot of trouble.” “Why?” he said.
Author: Burt Reynolds
Publisher: Bonnier Publishing Ltd.
Category: Biography & Autobiography
In But Enough About Me, legendary film actor and Hollywood superstar Burt Reynolds recalls the people who shaped his life and career, for better or for worse. From Robert Altman, Cary Grant, Clint Eastwood and Robert Mitchum to Bette Davis, Marlon Brando, Woody Allen and Kirsty Alley, Burt pays homage to those he loves and respected, acknowledges those who've stayed loyal, and calls out the assholes he can't forgive. Recalling his life and career spanning over 50 glorious years, the legendary actor gives special attention to the two great loves of his life, Dinah Shore and Sally Field, his son, Quinton, as well as to the countless people who got in his way on his journey to Hollywood domination. With chapters on his early childhood, how he discovered acting, played poker with Frank Sinatra, received directing advice from Orson Welles, his golden years in Hollywood, his comeback in the late 1990s, and how his life and art led him to found the Burt Reynolds Institute for Film and Theatre, But Enough About Me is a gripping and eye-opening story of one of cinema's true greats.
“[God], you tell me, 'Lead this people, ' but you don't let me know whom you're ... I will do what you ask, because I know you very well, and I am pleased ...
Author: Max Lucado
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Pop culture and psychobabble tell us to make ourselves the center of the universe in order to be happy. Churches have communicated the false idea that God exists to give us all that we selfishly want. In this book, Max Lucado reminds us that it's not about us, it's all about God. It is through this shift in thinking that we can truly live an unburdened, happy life.
I only realised my muscles had been tensed when I felt myself soften, just a little. He sat down again, ... 'So, what about you, Carla?' 'What about me?
Author: Yvonne Cassidy
Publisher: Hachette UK
Carla Matthews travelled to New York as a student for a summer but when the time came to head home to Ireland, she decided to stay behind. She had fallen in love with musician boyfriend Eddie, with the city itself, with the idea that here she could become someone new, someone she couldn't be in Dublin anymore. Eleven years later, Carla feels stuck. She never did return to university and has almost forgotten her dream of being a writer. As she begins to wonder if this is how it will always be, she receives a phone call from home that changes everything. Now Carla must return to Dublin, to her mother and sister, to a city and a life she hardly recognises anymore. Faced with some difficult choices, Carla begins to discover what it truly means to come home to herself. What Might Have Been Me is a compelling story of love and belonging, and of how, in the midst of devastating loss, a family finds a way to piece itself back together.
What about other factors, such as family connections, community ties, and other things? If he wanted to live in the old homestead where Grandpa and Grandma ...
Author: Ken Hinkley
Publisher: WestBow Press
Many married people wish their union could be better. Nothing seems to go the way they want or thought it would. There are too many fights and too few compliments; there is not enough respect and too much criticism; and there is not enough intimacy. Marriage certainly is not like a fairytale book. In It’s Not about Me: A Guide to an Amazing Marriage, author and pastor Ken Hinkley helps couples discover why marriages suffer, and he offers ways to improve relationships. Using a host of examples, he takes an in-depth look at intimate relationships before and during a marriage, demonstrating the differences among the attitudes, actions, and consequences of “living for me” in contrast to living for others. Covering a range of topics from dating to trust to careers and children, It’s Not about Me provides insights on how to overcome difficulties in a marriage and shows couples how they can make their marriage look and feel like it was made in heaven.
In the end, it'll be easier to keep calling them and leave me out, and I'll end up the single loser with no friends.” “Hey, what about me?” Winter protests.
Author: Camilla Isley
Publisher: Pink Bloom Press
A girl next door meets famous actor rom com... An enemies to lovers adventure romance... A bridesmaid & best man wedding date... To the Stars and Back When Hollywood’s sexiest bachelor meets the girl next door their relationship doesn’t follow the script… On-screen, Christian Slade is America’s favorite heartthrob. Off-screen, letting romance into his life isn’t as easy. The women he dates all seem to want a piece of his glamorous life rather than his heart, and trust doesn’t come easy for him. Then along comes Lana. A beautiful rocket scientist who’s also sweet, smart, sexy, and has absolutely no idea who he is. But what will happen when she finds out? Will their worlds prove too far apart or could love really be like in the movies? From Thailand with Love All Logan has to do is to get the gold and get the girl. Easy, right? Travel photographer Winter Knowles and archeology professor Logan Spencer dislike each other at first sight. Stuck together into the wild, these two unwilling teammates will bicker and banter their way through a laugh-packed treasure hunt. After years of searching, a new mapping technology has given Logan a clue to the location of the legendary Lost City of Gold. A discovery that could make his career. So the last thing he needs on this life-changing expedition is for his team to get distracted by a pair of long legs. When Winter accepted the assignment on a tropical island she didn’t sign up for a brooding team leader who’d clearly prefer to run a boys-only club. Never one to back down from a challenge, Winter is ready to show him she’s no damsel in distress. But when a treasure like no other is uncovered and ruthless enemies will want to keep it for themselves, it’ll be up to the two of them to save the day. Left alone to fight in the jungle, they will soon discover their lives might not be the only thing at stake—their hearts could be too. Get ready for the adventure of a lifetime. You May Kiss the Bridesmaid Archibald Hill is handsome, single, and he’s going to his best friend’s wedding ready to make a conquest or two. After all, everyone knows weddings are the perfect setting to get lucky. Summer Knowles used to have a life—friends, family, a sister who’d do anything for her—until she blew it all away with a terrible mistake. Now, attending her twin’s wedding as the party’s undesirable number one seems like more than she can handle. So, when a tall stranger with smoldering ice-blue eyes offers her a therapy of seven nights of no-strings-attached fun, she might even ignore that he has a beard and accept. Problem is, Summer has never been good at keeping sex and feelings separated… What readers are saying: A fun read filled with humor, heart, and love big enough to reach... to the stars and back. Recommended read for Contemporary Romance, Chick Lit, and Romantic Comedy fans. Get ready to be starstruck! Gina, Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers I completely fell for Christian in this book and it's been ages since I last felt like this about a book boyfriend. Rachel, Rachel Random Reads A fantastic romantic read that I devoured in one sitting. Kay, Coffee and Kindle Book Reviews An addictive page turner with an absolutely wonderful meet-cute. Julie, Romantic Reads and Such I love an amazing enemies to lovers romantic comedy trope. This one sure gave me all the swoons and I devoured it! . There is nothing more fun to read than a book filled with adventure, lots of action, a bit of heated banter and amazing dialogue to a romantic and funny happily ever after story. Nurse Bookie From Thailand with Love really is a wild ride, and well worth the five stars I've given it! Chick Lit Central A great love hate relationship. with sassy retorts, enjoyable comedy and romance and adventure. BRMaycock's
At this point, I feel I should say something about this project and its relation to ... and to share freely with them anything they wish to know about me.
Author: Edgar D. Johnson
Over the past three decades, the standards-based reform movement has transformed K-12 education in the United States, culminating with passage of the No Child Left Behind Act in 2002. Beyond making reasonable accommodations for special needs students, standards-based education pays little attention to other areas of student difference, relying instead on a "rational actor" model of student experience, and ignoring how differences in students' backgrounds and orientations impact their particular experiences of schooling. This book examines the development of standards-based education, with particular scrutiny of the roles of the National Governors' Association and its National Education Summit events. Examination of important documents emerging from those events provides an illustration of the conceptually impoverished understanding of student subjectivity, motivation, and agency inherent in standards-based education. In order to understand both problems with and alternatives to standards-based education, the author examines the roles of ideology, rhetoric, and audience in school policy. In three case studies, the author analyzes several non-school models of education, including Marine Corps bootcamp, Ving Tsun kung fu training, and an online, school resistance community. Johnson argues that examination of these learning contexts provides a better understanding of the shortcomings and dangers of the standards-based model of student subjectivity, and suggests a set of fourteen principles to inform the development of more student-centered alternatives.
I couldn't believe what I'd heard. Out of everything Derek told me over the past couple evenings about hislife and whatgot himto the point we're at now, ...
Author: Lisa Butler
“...Babe, your mother made me a little nervous.” she said with a straight face. I rubbed her arms, “Why? I thought everybody was happy. What’s wrong? I’m here. You can always talk to me. We said we would stay honest and open with each other a long time ago, right?” She nodded, “But she told me to tell you that you need to tell me everything. What was she talking about?” I exhaled as a million thoughts ran through my mind. Where do I start? Let me think... Derek Greene finally had the woman of his dreams, Ciara. Now all he has to do is pray that he’s strong enough to prove that she can move on from being “Damaged Goods,” all while letting her into his life and what ultimately lead him back to her. They say, “What don’t kill you, makes you stronger,” but how strong can one person’s heart be?
... me why you hate me so much Tell me what is so annoying about me Tell me why there is need to keep everything from me What's so bad about me knowing What ...
Author: Darcy Stewart
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
Poems about death. This is a collection. It can be read all together or separately.
And what about when we were at your house and getting ready. I thought I was going to have to wash and dress you myself. You can forgive a man for being ...
Author: Ben Thomas
Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd
Toby had it all. The looks, the popularity, a promising rugby career ahead of him. Until he came into his life.
“What about us, Eva? What about me? What about what we both feel? I don't understand, and my heart's burning.” Eva remained silent as Ondo talked to her.
Author: Franck Tucker Ebang Toung Mve
Tears of Love is the authors first dive into the deep seas of romantic fiction. The story takes on the many facets of love, with a particular focus on its tendency to often fall short of the generally expected outcome. Eva and Ondo, two lovers at Montville College, find themselves entangled in the rambling development of a love story that sets a stage for the ultimate sacrifice, as the mighty general of the Yafa Kingdom chooses to wed Eva, adding her to the list of his yearly brides. The two lovers are forced to confront a life-changing challenge, doing so with a smile on both their faces, as they understand that true love never dies but instead continues to live on in memory.
In current practice, much of what happens in many classrooms is coverage of the textbook and completion of workbooks. In the question-centered classroom, ...
Author: Eleanor Renee Rodriguez
Publisher: Corwin Press
This second edition provides strategies to increase student engagement, develop cognitive skills, and empower students to take responsibility for their own learning.
What About Me, What Do I Want? includes: - A discussion of the four styles of communication - How we learn and keep ourselves non-assertive - The role of our self-talk and our beliefs in becoming and staying assertive.
Author: Barbara Small
Category: Assertiveness (Psychology)
Learn practical tips and techniques for effective and assertive communication. This easy-to-read book is a practical and valuable resource for anyone who wants to improve their relationship with themselves and with others in their life. Assertiveness is an essential skill to enhance both our work and personal lives and is beneficial in overcoming addictions and other compulsive behaviors. What About Me, What Do I Want? includes: • A discussion of the four styles of communication • How we learn and keep ourselves non-assertive • The role of our self-talk and our beliefs in becoming and staying assertive. • Overcoming our obstacles to being assertive, such as worrying about other's feelings, meeting everyone else's expectations, and the fear of appearing selfish. • Practical tips on how to be assertive, including saying "no", dealing with criticism, letting go of control and consistently expressing our feelings, wants and opinions • Several checklists and self-reflection questions to help you to apply this practical information to your own life