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📒What Did You Expect ✍ Paul Tripp
✏What Did You Expect Book Summary : More couples than I can number have been surprised that their marriage needs the regular rescue of grace. And because they did not take their Bible seriously they were caught short in that moment when the rubber meets the road in daily live, where grace was their only hope... 'So when you are sinned against or when the fallen world breaks your door down, don't lash out or run away. Stand in all your weakness and confusion and say, 'I am not alone. God is with me, and he is faithful, powerful and willing.' You can be realistic and hopeful at the very same time. Realistic expectations are not about hope without honesty, and they are not about honesty without hope. Realism is found at the junction of unabashed honesty and uncompromising hope. God's Word and God's grace make both possible in your marriage.'
📒Of Course What Did You Expect My Child ✍ Bruno-Pierre Houle
✏Of Course what Did You Expect My Child Book Summary : Visual representations of fairy tales are not limited to children’s books. References to these stories appear in nearly every aspect of our cultural landscape and offer a variety of interpretations to these narratives. These affect our response to the tales and reshape our collective imagination. This range in fairy tale illustrations plays a significant role in the intertextual conversations that happen between retellings and critical writings. I explore this by creating my own version of The Little Red Riding Hood through a series of eleven tableaux, where each presents a different moment of the plot through a specific medium. I investigate how familiar elements can be communicated in a new context to alter anticipated patterns. This paper follows my process as I examine the role I play as a visual author in the creation of narrative.
📒That S What You Think ✍ Bill Graybeal
✏That s What You Think Book Summary : This Book is based on my life. I tell how I let my negative thinking saying and then doing defeat me. The things you think about you will be the way you live your life. I tell how I thought and the life I got because of the way I thought. A person that should have lived a positive life lived a defeated life. My attitude was always I can't do the things the Lord purposed me to do. I am not that kind of person. When you fail because you thought you couldn't what did you expect? You got what you expected. This book tells how used a massive heart attack that left me 70% disabled to turn my life around. Because of my mental disabilities, it should be impossible for me to write. With a patient persistent attitude, I showed that I can and will do the thing the Lord purposed me to do. Disabilities only have the power you give them.
📒What Did You Expect ✍ Dr Richard Nelson
✏What Did You Expect Book Summary : "A mirror of our frightened, fallible selves at this very fraught moment in American history... WHAT DID YOU EXPECT? is the second work in the second cycle of plays by Mr Nelson that have quietly emerged as a sui generis triumph of civic theater... [They] inhabit the here and now with an unobtrusive thoroughness I've never encountered elsewhere in the theater." Ben Brantley, The New York Times "By exploring the underwater part of the iceberg whose visible tip is politics, [Nelson] is challenging the idea of what political theater can be." Jesse Green, New York Magazine "As close to a perfect illusion as theatre can get..." Max McGuinness, Financial Times "The quiet brilliance of Nelson's extraordinary project..." Linda Winer, Newsday "The effect is akin to eavesdropping on a private family conversation." Frank Scheck, Hollywood Reporter
📒So What Did You Expect ✍ Anthony Shaffer
✏So what Did You Expect Book Summary : This memoir takes us from Anthonys early, anonymous crime writing days with his brother, through to his experiments with law. In 1971 his life changed with the production of Sleuth. He got to know many actors, including Lawrence Olivier, and worked closely with Alfred Hitchcock and Agatha Christie.
📒Well What Did You Expect ✍ Daniel Lee Carlson
✏Well what Did You Expect Book Summary : Abstract: One of the most substantial social developments in the United States over the last half century has been the dramatic shift in the way individuals now experience marriage and parenthood. These demographic changes are important because marital and parental status, as well as the timing and order in which these family transitions are made, affect psychological well-being. Although the links between marriage, parenthood, and well-being are well-established, these research findings and the policies based on them implicitly assume that the associations between marriage, parenthood, and psychological well-being are universal and invariant, when in fact they are not. In this study I focus on one under explored set of factors - individuals' life course expectations - which may condition these associations. Although a large body of research and theory in developmental psychology emphasizes the importance of expectations in shaping identity development and consequently, well-being, sociological and demographic research on family status and mental health has, with a few exceptions, largely ignored this perspective. I integrate these two research traditions to develop and test a theoretical model which argues that the mental health effects of role acquisition or absence, and the timing and sequencing of role entry, likely depends on expectations for role acquisition, timing, and sequencing. Using data from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth 1979 (NLSY79) I find substantial variation in individuals' ability to meet their expectations for the occurrence, timing, and sequencing of marriage and parenthood. For the most part, recent increases in permanent singlehood, age at marriage, childlessness, age at first birth, and pre-marital childbearing were not expected. OLS regression on respondents' reported depressive symptoms at age 40 indicate that expectations for the occurrence, timing, and sequencing of marriage and parenthood generally moderate mental health outcomes associated with the transition into marriage and parenthood, producing significant variation not only in mental health outcomes but also in mental health differences across marital and parental status. The fact that most of the demographic changes in family formation were not expected indicates that for those at their forefront these changes resulted in a substantial degree of structural strain, leaving few in this cohort psychologically unaffected.
📒Forever ✍ Paul David Tripp
✏Forever Book Summary : The here and now is simply not able to bear the weight of our expectations. We’ve lost an eternal perspective, and it hurts us every day. Job disappointment, relationship struggles, and quiet feelings of disillusionment all signal that something is not quite right. Life only makes sense when you realize that all of the situations, locations, and relationships of your life were not designed to be a final resting place for your hopes and dreams, but tools of preparation for a destination to come. Living without eternity puts pressure on the here and now to be what it cannot be and to deliver what it cannot deliver. Countless people deal daily with the frustration of a life that has no “forever.” In Jesus Christ the hope of eternity is restored and, with it, a radical new way of understanding and facing the normal struggles of life in a world broken and waiting for restoration.
📒Guided Reading ✍ Mary Browning Schulman
✏Guided Reading Book Summary : Ideas, resources, and a list of childrens' books that can be used to implement guided reading.
📒Poetry Volume Five ✍ Dakota-Luise Wolf
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📒Codependents Guide To The Twelve Steps ✍ Melody Beattie
✏Codependents Guide to the Twelve Steps Book Summary : Provides a detailed explanation of the Twelve-Step program designed by Alcoholics Anonymous, accompanied by advice on how to apply the program to codependent issues and cross-addiction