Describes the homes that different kinds of animals live in, including a bear's cave, a raccoon's den in a hollow log, a squirrel's nest, a prairie dog's burrow, and a bee's hive.
THE Appalachian Trail stretches from Georgia to Maine, a gruelling 2000 mile journey marked by white blazes the doggedly lead to the summit of every mountain in its path. For hikers all over the world it represents a piligrimage to the very heart of outdoor culture. For Kelly Winters, it was that and more. It was a place she desperately felt she had to get to; not a physical place, but an emotional, psychological, and spiritual one. WALKING HOME is her exceptionally truthful, often funny, and exciting account of an emotional and spiritual journey filled with courage, healing, developing trust, unexpected strength, and most surprisingly, lasting love. Virtually the only memoir currently available on the Appalachian Trail, it will prove to be a fascinating read for all hikers and lovers of the great outdoors.
As a Christian mom. do you find yourself overwhelmed with the household duties, outside activities, and desire to do better and be better? At times a new mindset is all that is needed to see a difficult situation from a new perspective. Is clutter one of your ongoing struggles? Find your new mindset through encouraging scripture and a logical look at the problem. This book offers the reader an opportunity to define the problem areas within the home and develop a new mindset about the clutter. Offering solutions, from a Christian perspective, to consider as well as a deeper understanding of the difficulties that clutter can bring to the home, this book is a must have. It includes a section for note taking and creating a personal plan, focusing on the task at hand.
A comprehensive and updated volume for the clinical virologist
Coming Home Againis a compelling case study a single family that underwent family-of-origin therapy presented by one of the earliest and best-known pioneers in the field. This book is unique in its presentation of the two dimensions of the therapeutic experience-that of the therapist and that of the clients. Framo and Levine serve as the therapy team, while Weber and his family are the clients in these two specialized, intense, brief intervention sessions that occurred one year apart. The transcripts of the sessions are supported by commentary from both therapists as well as insights from Weber-the client-who brings to bear clinical knowledge and knowledge of himself and his family. The underlying story-the story of the therapists-is almost as compelling as the family's story. It is a candid, honest look at family-of-origin therapy from those who partook in the sessions.
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