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📒It S Not Okay ✍ Andi Dorfman
✏It s Not Okay Book Summary : "Andi Dorfman, the beloved finalist of season eighteen of The Bachelor who infamously rejected Juan Pablo and went on to star on season ten of The Bachelorette, dishes about what it's like to live out a love story--and its collapse--in front of the cameras, offering hard-won advice for moving on after a break-up, public or not"--
📒It S Not Okay Anymore ✍ Greg Enns
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📒It S Not Okay With Me ✍ Janine Maxwell
✏It s Not Okay With Me Book Summary : Janine Maxwell closed one of the largest marketing firms in Canada, leaving her blue chip client list behind, and returned to Africa with funds for food, clothing, shelter, education, and hope to the children orphaned by starvation, poverty, abuse, and the AIDS pandemic.
📒It S Not Okay Babies Do Know ✍ Victoria Ramsey
✏It s NOT Okay Babies Do Know Book Summary : The Deep South, where Victoria Ramsey grew up, is often referred to as the Bible Belt. However, it was only on rare occasions that Victoria’s aunt would come over and take her to church. The church was located very far away, deep in the back woods. There were no houses or businesses close to the church. A dense thicket of tall pine trees lined the road that led to the church. The drive to the church was frightening, Victoria’s aunt would speed down the dark, winding dirt road through the woods. From the backseat, Victoria could only see the beams of the car’s headlights flashing across the clay red road and the nearby tree line. There was silence inside the car. No one said a thing. It was as if everyone was holding their breath. The only sound came from outside the car, tires screeching as they turned sharply to avoid running into the deep ditch alongside the road. Occasionally, her aunt would break the silence by stating, “The devil is trying to stop us!” Then Victoria would remember her mother’s last words before getting into her aunt’s car. “You better listen to that preacher! The devil’s gonna getcha!” Victoria grew up believing that at any moment, the devil would leap out and capture her. This created much fear and by the age of six, Victoria believed she was a sinful little girl that no one loved or would ever love. So for her being wanted by the devil made perfect sense. The truth wouldn’t be revealed until much later as to the identity of the real devil.
📒It S Not Okay To Be A Cannibal ✍ Andrew T Wainwright
✏It s Not Okay to Be a Cannibal Book Summary : Today's top addiction consultants guide families devastated by a loved one’s addiction. Two of today's top addiction consultants guide families devastated by a loved one's addiction. As countless families can attest, addiction is a disease that destroys families, not just individuals. Secrecy, depression, anger, and confusion are hallmark traits of addicted families. Addiction wrecks the family's home life, consumes the family's financial resources, and depletes the family's emotional reserves. Now, having helped thousands of families confront addiction, two of the nation's leading interventionists, Robert Poznanovich and Andrew T. Wainwright, have created a survival guide for families. With compelling case histories and real-life scenarios, the authors set forth a practical course of action for families to break free from the grip of addiction, a process that culminates with an intervention for the addict. The process liberates and forever changes the family. Even if the addict refuses treatment, truth about addiction has been spoken during the intervention and the family is free to move ahead with or without the addict. In 2001, authors Andrew T. Wainwright and Robert Poznanovich founded Addiction Intervention Resources, Inc. (AIR), a national behavioral health consulting, intervention and recovery management company that provides solutions to families and organizations that are struggling as a result of addictions, eating disorders, and mental illness in their homes and offices. They specialize in alcohol intervention, drug addiction intervention, sex addiction intervention, gambling intervention, eating disorder intervention and other compulsive self-destructive behavior interventions as well as mental health intervention and crisis management.
📒 It S Not Ok ✍ Radio Free Asia
✏ It s not OK Book Summary : 'It's not OK' is a collection of portraits of Asian women caught in the struggle for human rights in their communities, some willingly, others forced by circumstances. Each is a testimony to the courage and determination of these women. The title, 'It's not OK,' comes from the public cry by one of them, in court, as she heard that her husband's sentence had been extended by eight years. The second edition includes an additional seven, illustrated portraits of Myanmar, Uyghur, Tibetan, Chinese, Vietnamese,Lao and, Korean women. Each portrait selected by RFA's nine language services is based on RFA reporting and interviews over the years, in addition to other sources. The e-book also includes multimedia content, including video, graphics, and illustrations, The women featured in this second edition are: from China, Gao Yu, a veteran journalist, Ding Zilin, a Tiananmen mother, and Jiao Xia, the wife of jailed investigative journalist Qi Chonghuai; from Vietnam, Tran Thi Nga and Do Thi Minh Hanh, two labor activists; from Myanmar, Susanna Hla Hla Soe, a peace activist, Zin Mar Aung, a former political prisoner who helps other recently released prisoners; from Cambodia, Yorm Bopha and Tep Vanny, land rights activists; from Korea, Park Sun-Young, a politician, and Lee Ae Ran, the first North Korean defector to obtain a doctoral degree who helps other defectors in South Korea; from Laos, Sivanxia Phommalath, a vegetable seller turned activist, and Ng Shui Meng, wife of missing Lao activist Sombath Somphone; from China's Tibetan regions, Dechen Pemba who publishes Tibetan writers online and Rinchen Khandro Choegyal, who supports overseas Tibetans and nuns in India; and from China's Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, Nurungul Tohti and and Patigul Ghulam, both jailed several times for demanding justice for their sons.
📒It S Not Alright For Children ✍ David Long
✏It s Not Alright for Children Book Summary : When I was growing up and learning how to behave, it was completely acceptable for corporal punishment when I did something 'bad.' A good spanking, restriction to the house, banishment to my bedroom or being grounded from sports and social activities.Nowadays, there's a fine line between physical punishment and abuse. We have to use more creative discipline. Timeouts, no cell phone or computer use, and still some amount of restriction. Or a just good 'talking-to.' So what's a parent to do? How do you correct your child's negative behavior or just teach them about rules to live by in today's world?It's Not Alright – for Children will help with some of those discipline issues. It gives you a tool to sit and talk to your child about what's appropriate and what's not appropriate. It is a basic training manual for life, if you will. Not every anecdote will fit your child's behavior or your sense of what's right and wrong. But there are 54 little behavioral snippets that most children will experience at some time. So come on in and have fun. Use the book as one creative source of raising your child and opening conversation. If it works for you and you have teens, the second in a series is called It's Not Alright – For Teens – an Intermediate Guide To Acceptable Behavior. And if you have a significant other, It's Not Alright For Adults – An Advanced Guide To Acceptable Behavior.
📒 It S Not Ok ✍ Amy Castle
✏ It s Not OK Book Summary : Although it's been around forever, bullying has really come to surface in the recent years. The pain it causes is horrendous; both emotionally & physically. Nobody should ever have to go through what my son went through or what millions of other children go through every day. We need to work together to bring this atrocity to an end. We need to speak up, & exclaim, "IT'S NOT OK!"
📒Sister It S Not Okay ✍ Joyce Willard Teal
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