My Life s Journey

My Life's Journey To Tysha, thanks for always giving me your shoulder to cry on and being there continuously even when I felt like I didn't want to be there myself. You were ... I don't know what life would be like without you girls!


Author: Latrice Gleen

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781452045894

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 116

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This is a book about a young lady and her Journey through life. Born and raised on the east side of Buffalo, NY. Latrice dealt with life and its struggles at an earlier age. Overcoming every obstacle that got in her way including abuse, sex, marriage and divorce, latrice where's a S on her chest.. She put her Soul into this book with the hopes that her Journey can help save or change the next persons life in a positive way. She is ready to take you on a Journey with her from birth to adulthood, so fasten your seat bealts and enjoy the ride.

The Inside Ride

and it is about time that we admit that we are not so different on that score. ... We are so different that way. You never seemed to need to tell people how ... I have trouble imagining what my life would be like without you around.


Author: Donald Cohen

Publisher: Nicolas-Hays, Inc.

ISBN: 9780892546824

Category: Psychology

Page: 384

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An extended and fearless exploration on the meaning of manhood in contemporary Western culture—at a moment in time in which both Fatherhood and Manhood have become endangered concepts. Pointing out the need for strong male relationships and guidance, this book offers an essential prescription for the psychological health of modern Western societies, which have lost the thread of traditional cultures and their time-honored rites of passage. The extensive letter exchange between father and son demonstrates intimacy and honesty in analyzing and exploring the often tumultuous events of their lives. Trained in two different psychological disciplines, their interaction provides the reader a look at the complexity of growing up in America's fast-changing culture, offering invaluable insights for both children and parents. With an introduction by Donald’s son, Jared Cohen, author of the NY Times bestseller Accidental Presidents.

The 7 Day Energy Surge

When I started as a personal trainer on my own back in 1987, I never envisioned building a firm like ours. ... I don't know what my life would be like without you, but I do know that ifI were not in yours, your weight would be up a ...


Author: Jim Karas

Publisher: Rodale

ISBN: 9781605294797

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 272

View: 197

Counsels readers on how to improve energy levels and overcome such common challenges as chronic fatigue, headaches, and depression through a customizable week-long cleansing regime and lifestyle program based on energy-positive habits.


He stood and pulled her to her feet, and wrapped an arm around her waist, pulling her closer. Leaning in, he whispered, ... I think I fell in love with you the day we met, and I can't imagine what my life would be like without you.


Author: Kathy Ivan

Publisher: Kathy Ivan


Category: Fiction

Page: 240

View: 785

Tasked with locating a missing government witness, FBI agent Antonio Boudreau jumps at the chance to work closer to his home town of Shiloh Springs, Texas. Ever since somebody tried to kill her while under the feds protection, Serena Snowden’s been on the lam. Serena holds the key to defeating a homegrown terrorist, but can Antonio keep her alive long enough to use it?

Because He Saved Me

All of the glory goes to You, my Heavenly Father. I am saddened to think about what my life would be like without Your grace and the love of Your Son, Jesus Christ. How did I ever make it through life without the guidance of the Holy ...


Author: Amy Morton

Publisher: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc.

ISBN: 9781098054984

Category: Self-Help

Page: 134

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Have you ever found yourself at a crossroads in life where you knew you weren't on the right course, but you didn't know how to choose the correct one? Or perhaps you feared that you were coming up upon treacherous terrain, yet you knew you weren't properly prepared to face it? Read one woman's journey through tragedy and how listening to God's voice not only prepared her for it but also provided her the direction to complete God's will throughout the trip. Because He Saved Me is an inspirational story detailing the importance of clearing out this world's clutter to make room for the Holy Trinity's overwhelming power and His ability to guide us through impending adversities, ultimately leading us to the glorious eternity reserved only for Christ's church. This prevailing and motivating story centers around the miraculous survival of the author's husband after he suffered a rare and generally fatal cardiac event. With the divine preparation received during the three months beforehand, the author was able to fully submit to the Holy Spirit and accomplish seemingly impossible feats during the emergency. Focusing on the emergency and the seven days spent in the hospital, as well as the three months before and after the miracle, it is fascinating to watch the story come full circle into a true modern-day miracle. Filled with undeniable numeric signs and scriptural guidance from God, angelic encounters, and a medical marvel, Because He Saved Me is certain to strengthen your faith and inspire you to seek God's voice as you navigate your individual course through this world and into eternity. Sharing this story is not intended to gain the author any praise; rather, the sole intention is to praise God and spread His wondrous glory in an effort to win souls for heaven. To God be the glory; praise to above!

WACs Opened My Eyes

He was surprised at her reaction. ... I would like to know what that choice is going to be,” he said in a serious tone. “Why? ... John took her into his arms and continued, “Baby, I don't know what my life would be like without you.


Author: Mable Harris

Publisher: Page Publishing Inc

ISBN: 9781682898420

Category: Biography & Autobiography


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This is the story of Christine Gibson, a sharecropper’s daughter who was filled with doing something other than sharecropping. Christine lived in Mississippi and often felt trapped. In 1939, there wasn’t much for a young black girl like Christine to do but the fields and marriage. Christine left Mississippi in search of a new life and ended up in Chicago. Because of her poor education, she ended up in the WACs.

Just to Hear I Love You

He could not imagine losing so many loved ones at one time, but he did not want her to focus on that for now so he decided ... “I am grateful you survived, otherwise I do not even want to imagine what my life would be like without you.


Author: Sarah Johnson

Publisher: Sarah Johnson



Page: 378

View: 342

Mary Bennet’s life changes forever when a childhood accident leaves her isolated in a silent world. Her sister Elizabeth emerges as her fiercest champion and unstinting protector. When further tragedy befalls Longbourn, Aunt and Uncle Gardiner embrace their orphaned nieces into their London household. Mary and Elizabeth must face the disapprobation of London society as they endure a Season of intense scrutiny. Will Mary’s own dearest wish— just to hear ‘I love you’ —ever come to be, or will her deafness forever consign her to life apart? The sisters must face their past and Mary’s worst critic when another family’s tragedy lands directly on their doorstep. Will they both have the strength to return love from unexpected suitors?

Love First

Your character and values and love shine through me too. I don't know how many times I ask myself, what would my mother do in this situation? I can't imagine what life would be like without you. The pain would be unbearable, and my life ...


Author: Jeff Jay

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781616499099

Category: Psychology

Page: 340

View: 608

"Love First provides clear steps for families, friends, and professionals to create a loving and effective intervention plan for helping those who have an addiction. This revised and expanded twentieth-anniversary edition adds new intervention techniques for alcohol and other drug addictions, plus contemporary insights from the authors' decades of front-line work with those who are addicted and their families. Also new are tools to help families undertake the treatment journey together and transition from intervention team to ongoing community of support for lifelong recovery"--

Bunnyman Bridge

Specifically, she asked whether or not I thought you would take her over to Mrs. Zachary's place so that she could play with the rabbits. ... I can't even imagine what my life would be like without you in it.” “You'd still be a great ...


Author: Ronald J Van Wynsberg

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 9781426914201

Category: Fiction

Page: 292

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It took Joan Fortune, a former New York Detective, five years to come to terms with the murder of her husband, John, and their unborn child. Now, as the Sheriff of Milford, Virginia, a sleepy tourist town, she is confronted with an evil unlike anything she has ever seen. When four kids are all found murdered by hanging under an abandoned mining bridge, it is up to Joan, her daughter, Caitlin, and a stranger, to save the life of Kimberly Clark, the fifth child taken. Caitlin is a clairvoyant, her gift of "sight" is vital to helping Joan save Kimberly's life. The stranger believes that there is an eerie resemblance to murders that took place thirty-two years before. Joan must rely on her own instincts and a voice in her head to determine who she can trust, and whom she cannot.

Iris Origo

'I thought so much about you last nightandthis morning,' Iriswrote to Elsa when they had been friends for ten years, 'and I triedtoimagine what my life would be like without you. I couldn't ... What is certain is that I love you .


Author: Caroline Moorehead

Publisher: Allison & Busby

ISBN: 9780749016616

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 288

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Iris Origo was one of the twentieth century’s most attractive and intriguing women, a brilliantly perceptive historian and biographer whose works remain widely admired. Iris grew up in Italy with her Irish mother after the death of her wealthy American father. They settled in the Villa Medici in Florence, where they became part of the colourful and privileged Anglo-Florentine set that included Edith Wharton, Harold Acton and the Berensons. When Iris married Antonio Origo, they bought and revived La Foce, a derelict stretch of the beautiful Val d’Orcia valley in Tuscany and created an estate that thrives to this day. During World War II they sided firmly with the Allies, taking considerable risks in protecting children and sheltering partisans and Iris’s diary from that time, War in Val d’Orcia, is now considered a modern classic. Caroline Moorehead has drawn on many previously unpublished letters, diaries, and papers to write the definitive biography of a very remarkable woman.