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Breaking the Cycle

Author : Zane
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An eagerly awaited collection of stories dealing with domestic abuse, edited by the New York Times bestselling author Zane. Breaking the Cycle is a stunning and moving anthology of stories, each of which focuses on an aspect of domestic abuse. This powerful collection is sure to serve as a wake-up call for people either dealing with a domestic abuse situation, or those watching someone else endure it. In the title story, Zane describes the turmoil that a young girl suffers at the hands of her stepfather. The girl and her mother plan their escape, but at the last minute the mother falters. In D.V. Bernard's "The Lonely Echoes of My Youth," readers are introduced to a young boy raising himself on the fringes of a drug-infested neigborhood. Nane Quartay's provocative story, "The Grindstone," describes a boy who witnesses a brutal murder which will have far-reaching effects on him and his family. Tracy Price-Thompson weaves a powerful tale in "The Stranger" when a woman constantly abused by her husband finds inner strength after a brutal attack. Collen Dixon's "The Break of Dawn" will keep readers deep in thought long after they finish reading her story about a young desperate mother terrifed that her own daughter will grow up and become victimized herself. Dywane D. Birch's "Victory Begins With Me" reflects how one woman has to struggle to get her life back to normal. Shonda Cheekes' "Silent Suffering" flips the script when a man finds himself abused by the female in his life. Newcomer J.L. Woodson's "God Does Answer Prayers" deals with a young boy fighting for his life in a hospital bed, put there by one of the people who is supposed to love him the most: a parent. These stories capture the dangerous realities of domestic abuse, while also pointing toward the steps that need to be taken to break the cycle that perpetuates it. It is sure to serve as a rallying cry for all those who desire victory over their own victimization, and a guide for understanding the complex undercurrents that make such patterns possible.

Breaking the Cycle of Abuse

Author : Beverly Engel
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Sharing her own story as well as stories from others, the author discusses the role of recovery in breaking cycles of abuse, offering hope and compassion for those who have suffered from emotional, physical, and sexual abuse.

Breaking the Cycle

Author : James Richards
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What drives people to pursue a life of peace and happiness? A sense of lack! Trying to earn something that God has already granted creates a never-ending cycle. One does not have to earn righteousness, sanctification, and redemption; they are free through Jesus Christ. In this book, Dr. James B. Richards shatters limiting mindsets about Christianity, challenges old beliefs, and sets individuals free to live like Jesus.

Breaking the Cycle

Author : George N. Collins
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Outlines a program that has been used by the author with hundreds of clients in his highly successful private practice, counseling patients with sex addiction on how to identify and strategically resist the triggers and compulsive thoughts that reinforce destructive cycles. Original.

Community Development

Author : Hennie Swanepoel
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Based on foundations of participation and empowerment, this entry-level study covers every aspect necessary to mobilize a community to fight poverty. Chapters address issues such as the principles of community development, starting and maintaining community projects and workshops, recruiting and motivating members, and decision-making and problem-solving management.

Breaking the Cycle of Shame

Author : Gregg Gulledge
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Learn how: ?To analyze the system that has shaped your problem. ?To see sorrow, grief and mourning correctly. ?To pass on an inheritance to your children in dealing with grief issues. ?Acquire the keys to restore completeness in an environment of safety. ?To align your borders with pleasant stones. ?Your seed can possess the gates of your enemies. ?To dissolve the "dirty birds" of grief. ?To call an exceeding great army together. ?To change your atmosphere. ?To defeat supernatural sorrow and grief in your life. ?God measures. ?To take care of your spiritual bullies. ?And who is King over all the children of pride. ?Sorrow carves on you. ?Sorrow leads you to Grief. ?Grief leads you to Mourning. ?Sorrow, grief and mourning are the backbone of the cycle of shame. ?And what promises are yours concerning sorrow, grief and mourning. ?Who is leviathan? Gregg and Karren Gulledge entered into the ministry in 1967 and after a series of situations they left the ministry with a bitterly disillusioned view about the "church." After years of wandering about they were reunited with their lost love, Jesus. Now the journey of love continues as the Lord has restored them and uses them to testify of what the Word can do for God's people. Gregg and Karren are called repairers of breaches and restorers of paths to dwell in for the days ahead through their gifted ministry that breaks barrenness and restores fruitfulness to the people of God. Gregg and Karren have been used by the Lord to turn sorrow, grief and mourning into joy and gladness by changing the atmosphere through the revelation on how to break the cycle of being dry, disappointed, confused and ashamed.

Burundi

Author : Filip Reyntjens
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A report on the current power vacuum which exists in Burundi following an attempted coup in October 1993. The author aims to alert the international community to the dangers of further violence unless reconciliation can be brought about. He details recommendations for immediate peace actions.

Breaking the Cycle of Failed Change Management

Author : Jen Stanford
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Research has shown that 75 percent of major change initiatives fail. “Breaking the Cycle of Failed Change Management” helps you ensure that your change effort is one of the 25 percent that succeed. Find out why change management efforts fail, how to determine that your organization is change ready, and what you can do to involve everyone in the change initiative. This TD at Work offers tips and techniques for getting your staff ready for change, communicating clearly about the change, and making the work meaningful to the entire team. In this issue, you will find: · six steps for managing change · suggestions for improving listening skills · examples of successful change initiatives · a change readiness assessment · tips for implementing change.

Raising Good Humans

Author : Hunter Clarke-Fields
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“A wise and fresh approach to mindful parenting.” —Tara Brach, author of Radical Acceptance A kinder, more compassionate world starts with kind and compassionate kids. In Raising Good Humans, you’ll find powerful and practical strategies to break free from “reactive parenting” habits and raise kind, cooperative, and confident kids. Whether you’re running late for school, trying to get your child to eat their vegetables, or dealing with an epic meltdown in the checkout line at a grocery store—being a parent is hard work! And, as parents, many of us react in times of stress without thinking—often by yelling. But what if, instead of always reacting on autopilot, you could respond thoughtfully in those moments, keep your cool, and get from A to B on time and in one piece? With this book, you’ll find powerful mindfulness skills for calming your own stress response when difficult emotions arise. You’ll also discover strategies for cultivating respectful communication, effective conflict resolution, and reflective listening. In the process, you’ll learn to examine your own unhelpful patterns and ingrained reactions that reflect the generational habits shaped by your parents, so you can break the cycle and respond to your children in more skillful ways. When children experience a parent reacting with kindness and patience, they learn to act with kindness as well—thereby altering generational patterns for a kinder, more compassionate future. With this essential guide, you’ll see how changing your own “autopilot reactions” can create a lasting positive impact, not just for your kids, but for generations to come. An essential, must-read for all parents—now more than ever. “To raise the children we hope to raise, we have to learn to become the person we hoped to be…. This wonderful book will help you handle the ride.” —KJ Dell’Antonia, author of How to Be a Happier Parent “Hunter Clarke-Fields shares her wisdom and personal experience to help parents create peaceful families.” —Joanna Faber and Julie King, coauthors of How to Talk So Little Kids Will Listen

Breaking the Cycle of Hatred

Author : Ray Lancaster, Jr.
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This book chronicles my life, a life filled with many ups and downs. This book is actually a beautiful yet tragic love story. I plan to take you, my reader, on a remarkable journey. You will be able to create your own mental pictures while seeing life as it was through my eyes. I will share detailed accounts of a trying childhood, a rage-filled adolescence, and an equally self-destructive young adulthood. I will then share when the light came on and when I knew it was time for a change. That change proved to be the most difficult endeavor I had ever experienced.

Prisoners of Politics

Author : Rachel Elise Barkow
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America’s criminal justice system reflects irrational fears stoked by politicians seeking to win election. Pointing to specific policies that are morally problematic and have failed to end the cycle of recidivism, Rachel Barkow argues that reform guided by evidence, not politics and emotions, will reduce crime and reverse mass incarceration.

Untangled

Author : Omar Reda
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This is the story of the big invisible elephant in the room, the sad reality of the high prevalence of man-made trauma, and its heavy psychosocial impact, especially on children. It tells of the trans-generational transmission of dysfunction, when traumatized parents and caregivers repeat the vicious cycle through abusing or neglecting their children.

Breaking the Cycle of Hurtful Family Experiences

Author : Robert S. McGee
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Breaking the Cycle of Addiction

Author : Patricia A. O'Gorman
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"Breaking the Cycle of Addiction is for parents who were themselves raised by addicted parents and who now want to raise healthy children, but having been brought up in a dysfunctional familty, they need to learn what's normal."--Provided by synopsis.

Breaking the Cycle Paper 1

Author : Centre for Social Action
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Breaking the Cycle

Author : Nancy Brown Diggs
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Breaking the Cycle tells the inspiring story of young people whom many would write off as a lost cause but who, thanks to a remarkable school, are headed for success. We learn about their world from teens like Shawna, the daughter of a crack-addicted mother. Or Andre, the only one in his family not on drugs. Or Daron, kicked out of his home by an abusive father. Challenged by the pernicious factors of their environment—drugs, violence, fatherless homes, and poor educational backgrounds—students at the Dayton Early College Academy are nevertheless beating the odds. All are headed for college, from which the vast majority will graduate. The book reveals how this school is succeeding when so many fail. It conveys the hopeful message that others can replicate much of what “DECA” does and save a generation mired in despair. America’s failure to educate its urban children is evidenced by our woeful statistics. If it is possible to turn around this bleak picture—and it is—this is a story well worth telling. And this is what Breaking the Cycle aims to do. For more information on the book, including interviews with the author please check out www.nancybdiggs.com.

Breaking the Cycle

Author : Youssef M. Choueiri
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Sandwiched between Syria and Israel, Lebanon is perhaps fated to be engulfed in the frequent bouts of violence that plague the wider Middle East region. In summer 2006, Beirut found itself once more under siege as Israeli missiles rained upon the capital. More often than not, however, the fighting has been internal - Lebanon has suffered frequent civil wars throughout the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

Beyond Token Change

Author : Anne Bishop
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Using a case study as its starting point, this guide examines the patterns of oppression built into organizations and institutions. Such systems of discrimination and oppression originate not with individuals within the institution, but rather the dynamics within the institutions themselves. Attention is given to the tactics employed to achieve equality and overcome oppressive attitudes in the workplace. According to this analysis, the true test of an institution's intentions is whether its policies achieve only token change or transform its deeper structure.

Breaking the Cycle of Silence

Author : Daniel Pearse
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The latest statistics tell us that one out of three girls and one out of six boys will be sexually abused before the age of eighteen, destroying their lives in ways we can't even imagine. We also know that 90 percent of the time, victims know their abuser. Daniel Pearse is living proof of both these statistics. He and his brother were sent to live with a pedophile after their mother died. For nine years, Daniel suffered sexual, physical, emotional, mental, and verbal abuse at the hands of his tormentor. Like many abused children, Daniel then suffered in silence for decades as an adult. Now, he's committed to stopping the cycle of abuse that causes so much pain.  Breaking the Cycle of Silence proposes age-appropriate sexual abuse training and education in schools. It teaches children what is appropriate, shows adults the signs of abuse to look for, and offers sources of support for victims. With such training and education, we can identify and stop abusers, preventing them from claiming victim after victim for years.

Breaking the Cycle

Author : The Marriage Foundation
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Marital education based on The Marriage Foundation's practical and usable principles. "We do not advocate you stay together for your children alone. We advocate you make your marriage so wonderful, through education, that the idea of splitting up would be unthinkable"