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Stop Walking on Eggshells

Author : Paul T. Mason (M.S.)
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Discusses the signs and symptoms of borderline personality disorder and explains how the families and friends of patients can cope with BPD behavior while taking care of themselves.

Walking on Eggs

Author : Luis M. Chiappe
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Describes the discovery of a vast cache of unhatched dinosaur eggs in the remote badlands of Patagonia and investigates the meaning of this discovery, illuminating the techniques of modern paleontology in the process.

Walking on Eggs

Author : Tara Bryan
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Stop Walking on Eggshells

Author : Paul T. Mason M. S.
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People with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) challenge those close to them with their often bewildering mood shifts and unpredictable behavior. This resource articulates specific strategies that those close to the person with BPD can use to effectively cope with these behaviors.

Stop Walking on Eggshells

Author : T. Mason
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People with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) challenge those close to them with their often bewildering mood shifts and unpredictable behavior. For those people who have relationships with persons with BPD, whether they be relatives, friends, spouses, parents, or children, this book should prove a godsend. It delineates the ways in which borderline individuals' (BPs) behavior and communications frustrate and perplex those around them but goes further in articulating specific strategies that those close to the person with Borderline Personality Disorder (non-BPs, as they are termed in this book) can effectively cope with these kinds of behaviors. ----Larry J. Siever, M.D.

Walking on Eggshells

Author : Lyssa Chapman
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An empowering memoir that can inspire others to break the cycle of abuse and forge happiness out of extreme adversity. The ninth child of bounty hunter Duane Chapman, made famous on the A&E show Dog the Bounty Hunter, Lyssa Chapman has overcome an upbringing that can only be called tragic. In her piercing memoir, she shares the details of her harrowing childhood and her journey to faith, and offers compassionate guidance, advice, and hope to those who might feel overwhelmed in their own circumstances. As a child, Baby Lyssa’s parents divorced and left her neglected. Things only got worse from there. Walking on Eggshells reveals Lyssa’s nightmare passage from mental and physical abuse to removal from school and confinement at home, flight from protective services, and teen pregnancy. Despite it all, and against incredible odds, Lyssa found her faith. She also found her way out of the spiral of bad decisions to build a healthy relationship with her parents and forge a rewarding, positive life with God. An astonishing true story of one young woman’s trek from poverty and abuse to fulfillment and stardom, Walking on Eggshells is heartrending, powerful, and inspiring.

Puck

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Family Communication

Author : Sven Wahlroos
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This remarkable and practical book shows--through the extensive use of examples from daily life--how to avoid many common destructive communication patterns and realize healthier, closer, and more loving relationships within the family, 20,000 print.

Englesko srpski Frazeolo ki Re nik L Z

Author : Živorad Kovačević
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McGraw Hill s Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions

Author : Richard A. Spears
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Defines over twelve thousand examples of American slang and provides information on usage and taboo language.

No Enemy But Time

Author : Evelyn Wilde Mayerson
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Living in a Miami Beach hotel during World War II, ten-year-old Hilary McIntyre attempts to come to terms with the difficulties of growing up and her Jewish and Irish heritage

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Walking in Wisdom

Author : William E. Mouser
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U S News World Report

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A Dictionary of American Idioms

Author : Adam Makkai
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Defines over 8,000 idiomatic words, expressions, regionalisms, and informal English expression, cross-referenced for easy access.

High Hazard

Author : Richard Martin Stern
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A young American diplomat stationed on the island of Carib in the West Indies believes that U.S. is backing the wrong local political party, and a murder convinces him of it.

The Astronomer and Other Stories

Author : Doris Betts
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Seven short stories and the novella, "The astronomer."

California Farmer

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Kidspeak

Author : June Factor
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By the time they are five or six years old, children have learnt to explain, complain, admire, speculate, imagine, enquire, agree, argue and shock in their mother tongue. They can burble and coo to a baby, speak 'correctly' to their elders, and converse in the slang of their peers. Some may be fluent in more than one 'adult' language; all but the most isolated are becoming expert in the ways their friends speak. Children's creative use of language is more than the practice of speech; it involves the imaginative exploration of ideas and images, and the marking of peer and hierarchical relationships. This book offers a rich, comprehensive sampling of the linguistic range and complexity of Australian children's colloquial words and expressions from early childhood through teenage years. It illuminates the significant but hidden subcultures of childhood, highlighting a vernacular that is always inventive, sometimes crude, and often witty and amusing.