Author: Lysa TerKeurst
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Release Date: 2012-08-07
God gave us emotions to experience life, not destroy it! Lysa TerKeurst admits that she, like most women, has had experiences where others bump into her happy and she comes emotionally unglued. We stuff, we explode, or we react somewhere in between. What do we do with these raw emotions? Is it really possible to make emotions work for us instead of against us? Yes, and in her usual inspiring and practical way, Lysa will show you how. Filled with gut-honest personal examples and biblical teaching, Unglued will equip you to: Know with confidence how to resolve conflict in your important relationships. Find peace in your most difficult relationships as you learn to be honest but kind when offended. Identify what type of reactor you are and how to significantly improve your communication. Respond with no regrets by managing your tendencies to stuff, explode, or react somewhere in between. Gain a deep sense of calm by responding to situations out of your control without acting out of control.
The second book in the Sisters, Ink series focuses on Kendra, whose flamboyant lifestyle makes great pictures for scrapping and a great cover for the loneliness she feels. But as Kendra's dating antics spiral out of control, they have an affect on Sisters, Ink and her journalism career.
Author: Gladys D. Ganley
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
Release Date: 1996-01
Genre: Business & Economics
. . .Ganley has marshaled an extrodinary range and volume of information and presents the story with bolth clarity and drama. Unglued Empire offers a gold mine of case-study data for scholars analyzing the interplay of politics and modern communication technology. . . - DEGREESITechnology and Culture There is no doubt that the growing availability of television and its technology, which made it possible to report scenes instantly, did have an impact on the collapse of the Soviet Union. Mikhail Gorbachev decided that his country needed a dose of openness or Glasnost to modernize society and make the people more supportive of his efforts. In the end, more information about the outside world as well as the inside world helped to bring down the communist party and the Soviet government. This book documents this process, showing how the media's ready availability became such a divisive force in the Soviet Union. Instead of creating a more structured, rigid regime, it did just the opposite. The Soviet Union may well have collapsed of its own weight sooner or later, but there is no doubt that the media, technology and communications accelerated the process, a form of uskoreniie that Gorbachev never intended. Many of the events described in this study have application to other researchers and government officials. The study makes it possible to understand some of the new challenges that regimes wary of criticism will have to face in the future.
Author: Lysa TerKeurst
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Release Date: 2012-12-18
This companion devotional to the bestselling book Unglued provides encouragement to help readers handle emotional struggles. Including a daily opening Scripture, Thought for the Day, devotion, and closing prayer, this book helps readers begin a 60-day journey in learning to positively process raw emotions, such as fear, anger, and regret.
In this six-session small group Bible study (DVD/digital video sold separately), Lysa Terkeurst teaches participants how to process emotions and resolve conflicts in ways that lead to a much more peaceful life. Lysa TerKeurst admits that she, like most women, has experiences where others bump into her “happy” causing her to come emotionally unglued. What do we often do with our raw emotions? We stuff, we explode, or react somewhere in between. Is it really possible to make emotions work for us instead of against us? Her answer is yes, and in her usual inspiring and practical way, Lysa shows you how. Filled with gut-honest personal examples and Biblical teaching, Unglued will equip you to know with confidence how to: Resolve conflict in your important relationships Find peace in your most difficult relationships as you learn to be honest but kind when offended Identify what type of reactor you are and how to significantly improve your communication Respond with no regrets by managing your tendencies to stuff, explode or react somewhere in between And how to gain a deep sense of calm by responding to situations out of your control without acting out of control Sessions include: Grace for the Unglued Freedom for the Unglued Four Kinds of Unglued A Procedure Manual for the Unglued Lingering Words for the Unglued Imperfect Progress for the Unglued Designed for use with the Unglued Video Study (sold separately).
""Look in your heart, Becca, and tell me that you don't love me, and I will walk away. But I need for you to say the words, cuz I know that deep down you love me as much as I love you ."" Becca's life has always been complicated, when it's come to choosing between the love of her life and her best friend. Her decision was simple in the end: she chose to keep them both in her life. That is, until Ethan is offered a job on another continent. Does Becca move on in her life with Ethan, or is she unable to give up Brad once and for all? The decision is made for her, but once she realizes that the wrong decision was made, she attempts to right it. Then tragedy strikes close to home. Will Becca finally realize who was meant to be standing by her side, or will she come completely Unglued?
Forgiving is hard and wonderful. Unglued is a book that helps you peel through the layers of pain so you can forgive and live in freedom. It is a small, but powerful, read that you will visit again and again. Unglued will be the book you don’t want to loan out.
The Caramel Tree Readers Level 5 is a delicious series of leveled readers for children ages 9 to 12. With approximately 4,000 words each, the stories provide students the opportunity to expand their reading skills by witnessing character development and more complex plots. These stories expose students to fluent prose, including idioms and colloquial language as well as more complex grammatical structures. Brad has accidentally glued his book to the top of his desk. The teacher will be furious if she finds out! His friends try to help but every attempt to fix the problem makes it worse. Then, he thinks of the perfect plan. Blame someone else! How can that go wrong?
Author: Peter M. Barlow
Release Date: 2011-05-01
The six stories of Coming Unglued take us on a tour of moments when, as Yates put it things fall apart/the center cannot hold, moments populated by Stalin's paranoid flunkies, postapocalyptic free love commune dwellers, spin doctors for a town accursed, teachers keeping secrets, and luckless art thieves bedeviled by hulking men in black.
~ Coming Unglued is a story of hope and courage even in the face of adversity. It reveals the good, the bad and the ugly parts of marriage and/or relationships yet is balanced so as not to drag the reader down. The characters are strong and, in some cases, you may see them in your mirror. ~ Kelly had everything a young woman could hope for: an admirable boyfriend, a strong family unit and the determination to succeed. A few moments shattered everything. En route to a friend's house, Kelly was raped and, weeks later, learned she was pregnant. Debating the best course of action, Kelly found herself facing her greatest fears as she explored long held desires of her heart and soul. When life seemed to have settled into a normal routine, a surprise encounter with her rapist changed Kelly's life forever. After apologizing and confessing his undying love, he set about winning Kelly's heart. Tragedy strikes. Hearts are broken; lives are shattered. In trying to move forward, Kelly makes a decision which will affect everyone who loves her - a decision which brings her to the lowest depths of hell within a marriage. According to Michael Phelps, author of two Mike Walsh Detective Novels, co-author of My Fugitive with Ellie Janssen and author of David Janssen: Our Conversations, Coming Unglued is "riveting, striking, inspiring...a book everyone should read who is, or has been, involved with domestic abuse!" Adds Jeanie Greer of Englewood, Florida, "I finished Coming Unglued and, even though what I went through couldn't come close to Kelly's experiences, it nevertheless mirrored much of the emotional turmoil, grief and sadness I endured. This is surely a read that can also help with the healing process that must take place in order to move on."
Author: Susan O'Doherty
Publisher: Seal Press
Release Date: 2007-06-14
Counsels writers on how to understand and overcome creative blocks, addressing obstacles of particular concern to women, from a fear of success and competing in male-dominated fields to balancing the needs of a job and family, in a guide that also shares tips on how to address procrastination. Original.