Don t let Your Kids Kill You A Guide for Parents of Drug and By Charles Rubin
Defies the myth that parents must sacrific themselves. Instead, shows them how to reclaim their power, balance, happiness…and lives. When kids turn to substance abuse, parents also become vicims as they watch their children transform into irrational and antisocial individuals. This harrowing scenario finds parents buckling beneath the stress–often with catastrophoric consequences: Divorce, career upsets, breakdowns and worse. “Don’t Let Your Kids Kill You” is a landmark work that dares focus on the plight of the confused, distressed parent and not the erring child. It sets aside any preconceived ideas that parents are to blame for what is essentially a full-blown global crisis. Drawing on interviews with parents who’ve survived the heartbreak of kids on drugs, combined with his own experience, Charles Rubin provides practical advice on how parents can help themselves and their families by first attending to their own needs. Liberation begins when you open this book.
The Strong Arm of Big Tam s Law American Edition By Fergie Boy
By his own admission, Chief Inspector Calder, or Big Tam as he’s better known, was a cantankerous sod, married to his job. He’d never any time for a wife and kids, or anybody else’s kids for that matter – including the son of his friend and boss, the Chief Constable of Strathclyde police. But Big Tam takes a different view now that Finlay has turned eighteen and they end up sharing a room during a skiing holiday in the Alps. It was the Chief Constable’s idea – a means to help his son come out of his shy shell. He certainly does that during the first night when Tam’s fondness for a drink get the better of him and he returns to their room drunk as a lord and promptly crashes out on the double bed. He is stripped down to his underwear by one of his men then left alone in the room which he is sharing with Finlay. It proves too good an opportunity for the shy virginal teenager, who can’t resist taking a peek at this big hunk’s tackle. But he takes more than a peek! And it’s an icy slope they soon find themselves on. But it’s a skiing holiday after all – and they’re here to have some fun! Yet who would have suspected how it all turned out. Note – This is an edited version of the original book using American spelling and language.
A Divorce For Christmas By Lavada Dee
All Lori Harper can think of is having a baby. But it isn’t proving to be easy so she has ramped up her efforts. With How-To-Books in hand she has become a woman with a mission. With ‘things’ down to the clinical, Brad is feeling anything but amorous. In fact he has had enough of the command performances. Unable to live this way any longer Brad asks for a divorce. Lori is so caught up in her body and getting pregnant that she is blindsided. To make matters worse things come to a head right after a very unsatisfactory frustrating act that Brad has barely been able to complete. Lori is at first in denial but when Brad rents an apartment she asks for time. Christmas in less than a month away and their families are intertwined to an extent that it will affect everyone’s holiday. Besides she is still convinced Brad will change his mind.
Cats are a beautiful animal but not as naive as we may think… We may think we’re controlling them but could it be the opposite? Have you ever thought that the animal could own you instead of you owning them? Watch how they can use their beautiful capacities to control us, even when we least expect it.
Mysterious Cats Their plan to own you By Sarah Parker
How to Write Critical Essays By David B. Pirie
This invaluable book offers the student of literature detailed advice on the entire process of critical essay writing, from first facing the question right through to producing a fair copy for final submission to the teacher.