The Price Of Love

Author: Vicki Hopkins
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ISBN: 9780988573826
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The Price Of Love from the Author: Vicki Hopkins. At the age of eighteen, Angelique Jolene von Lamberg felt secure in life. After all, her stepfather was an Austrian count, and she inherited his wealth and the title of Komtesse. But when a letter arrives claiming she was kidnapped as a baby, suddenly everything changes. Unable to dismiss the accusations, she embarks on a journey to London and Paris to seek out the truth. When she discovers that her life has been played like a pawn in a chess game of deceit, adultery, and vengeance, she decides to take matters into her own hands. Will she continue to be the victim of the price of love, or will she become the only person able to heal a broken family from the pain of the past?

The Price Of Love

Author: Colin Murray Parkes
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 131764526X
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The Price Of Love from the Author: Colin Murray Parkes. In the course of a long career Colin Murray Parkes, one of the most important and influential psychiatrists working in the field of bereavement and loss, has produced a body of work which can be considered truly ground-breaking. His early studies involved working alongside John Bowlby in the development of attachment theory and led to his pioneering work on the Harvard Bereavement Project in the USA and at the new St Christopher's Hospice in Britain. Parkes focussed on two psychological processes, grief, which is the painful search for a lost person or object of attachment, and transition, which is the process of changing the assumptive world in ways that ensure that nothing worthwhile need be completely lost. Out of the struggle to resolve the conflict between holding on and letting go of the old assumptions there gradually emerges a new and more mature model of the world. These ideas throw light on a wide range of life change events and have proved useful to people faced with bereavement, physical disabilities, dying, disasters and even terrorist attacks. In recent years he has supported humanitarian efforts in countries including Rwanda, India and Japan. Parkes’ career has spanned several decades and touched countless lives. In The Price of Love, Parkes presents papers which span the full extent of his career, covering and linking together our understanding of the five major areas of his work: - Love and grief; - Crisis, trauma and transition; - Death and dying; - Disasters; - War and terrorism: breaking the cycle. The papers included here have been carefully selected and annotated to show how Parkes’ thinking has developed during a career as researcher, practitioner and educator. In each section of the book psychological and social causes are paired with consequences and interventions (both preventive and therapeutic) and explored from Western and cross-cultural perspectives, all with Parkes’ customary clarity and compassion. This unique collection of papers will prove invaluable to psychologists, psychiatrists, palliative care staff, counsellors and students, as well as those studying international conflict and working with the bereaved.

The Price Of Love

Author: Robin Fitzgerald
Publisher: Xulon Press
ISBN: 1607911973
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The Price Of Love from the Author: Robin Fitzgerald. The Price of Love is a tried practical approach for enhancing marriages. Focusing on six key areas using biblical principles, the author guides you into developing the necessary skills to strengthen any marriage. It's a seven- week journey towards - Protection, Relationship health, exploring Intimacy, improving Communication, enhancing Empathy, and delving into the biblical meaning of love. Written from the perspective of counselor and wife, each easy to read chapter is packed with helpful resources, ideas, tools, and homework lessons to solidify the learning experience. In The Price of Love, you'll discover important tools that can make your marriage the gift that God intended. Using the acronym "PRICE of Love," you'll discover: Protection: Our marriages are our most important investment. We must protect them from eternal forces. Learn specific marriages threats, and how to avoid them. Relationship: A marriage that is not nurtured, will not survive. Learn tools for "working on the relationship," including the importance of "quality time," and a plan for nurturing your relationship. Intimacy: God created intimacy as a gift, but good sex does not "just happen." Learn the importance of intimacy, and how to overcome barriers. Communication: Good communication is vital. Learn about male and female communication differences, and tools to communicate effectively. Empathy: Empathy means to feel what the other person is feeling. Learn to "get inside your spouse's skin" to meet his/her needs. Love: The biblical meaning of love is different from what is taught in today's society. Learn the true meaning of love, and how to express Christ's love. Robin Fann Fitzgerald is a counselor who holds a B. A. in psychology and a M.A. in counseling from Liberty University. Robin is a counselor, Bible speaker, wife, and mother. She grew up as a "PK" (Preacher's kid) and is married to a preacher.

The Price Of Love

Author: Peter Robinson
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1848944373
Size: 27.10 MB
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The Price Of Love from the Author: Peter Robinson. When DCI Alan Banks arrived in Eastvale his life was every bit as much of a mess as it is now. But he is holding an envelope that could change everything he understood about the events that sent him north twenty years ago. Walking again the narrow alleys and backstreets of his mind, he remembers the seedy Soho nights of his last case - dubious businessmen in dodgy clubs, young girls on the game. And a killer on the loose. In addition to the brand-new novella that fills in the gaps in Banks's life before Yorkshire, Peter Robinson gives us ten more brilliant and eclectic stories that have never before been published in the UK. The Eastvale Ladies' Poker Circle finds that murder may be just another game of risk. Is a suitcase of cash worth a man's head on a plate? And tragedy leads a young boy to learn the price of love . . .

The Price Of Love

Author: Colin Murray Parkes
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 131764526X
Size: 40.50 MB
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The Price Of Love from the Author: Colin Murray Parkes. In the course of a long career Colin Murray Parkes, one of the most important and influential psychiatrists working in the field of bereavement and loss, has produced a body of work which can be considered truly ground-breaking. His early studies involved working alongside John Bowlby in the development of attachment theory and led to his pioneering work on the Harvard Bereavement Project in the USA and at the new St Christopher's Hospice in Britain. Parkes focussed on two psychological processes, grief, which is the painful search for a lost person or object of attachment, and transition, which is the process of changing the assumptive world in ways that ensure that nothing worthwhile need be completely lost. Out of the struggle to resolve the conflict between holding on and letting go of the old assumptions there gradually emerges a new and more mature model of the world. These ideas throw light on a wide range of life change events and have proved useful to people faced with bereavement, physical disabilities, dying, disasters and even terrorist attacks. In recent years he has supported humanitarian efforts in countries including Rwanda, India and Japan. Parkes’ career has spanned several decades and touched countless lives. In The Price of Love, Parkes presents papers which span the full extent of his career, covering and linking together our understanding of the five major areas of his work: - Love and grief; - Crisis, trauma and transition; - Death and dying; - Disasters; - War and terrorism: breaking the cycle. The papers included here have been carefully selected and annotated to show how Parkes’ thinking has developed during a career as researcher, practitioner and educator. In each section of the book psychological and social causes are paired with consequences and interventions (both preventive and therapeutic) and explored from Western and cross-cultural perspectives, all with Parkes’ customary clarity and compassion. This unique collection of papers will prove invaluable to psychologists, psychiatrists, palliative care staff, counsellors and students, as well as those studying international conflict and working with the bereaved.

The Price Of Love

Author: T. Lewis Humphrey
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595272606
Size: 17.83 MB
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The Price Of Love from the Author: T. Lewis Humphrey. Jennifer had it all, looks, money, a powerful father, talent and the gang (her friends). What else could she ask for? One summer she threw it all away for the man she love: the maid's son. Her father found out she was entangled in this forbidden romance on a summer trip television show. He walks in and catches them making love, then takes everything that is important to her away, her friends and her soul mate. He says he wishes she were never born. Two years later after finding out the tragic things that were happening back home, she granted him his wish. She disappeared and gave everything to Monique. Through her, Jennifer would have the second chance at life and love. Will Monique make the same mistakes? Will her father learn his lesson? Will they all pay the ultimate price-The Price of Love? With this group of teenagers, the price they pay for living in the fast lane quickly turns bad. They have no limits to what they will do for fun, or love!

Oceans Of Love 2

Author: Gilbert R. Smith
Publisher: Page Publishing Inc
ISBN: 1635683343
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Oceans Of Love 2 from the Author: Gilbert R. Smith. Gilbert Ruley Smith’s Oceans of Love 2 is an intriguing memoir of the author who fell in love and married one of a pair of identical twins. What happens when a man tries to separate two young women who were together in the womb and were each other’s best friend? Gilbert fell for Ruth, the dominant twin, who was outgoing and confident. However, she was still so connected to Ann, her twin, that she always put her sister’s feelings ahead of her own. The author details many experiences, beginning with the time he and Ruth first met and how he learned to cope with things in his relationship with Ruth, Ann, and the rest of their family and how it impacted his life. Gilbert writes, “There are many facets of my life and Ruth’s life that are an uncommon departure from the usual, and this is the incentive for writing this book.” “The story opens by describing Ruth’s life and parents and my life and parents in Baltimore before meeting her. In mid-adolescence, I become aware of a strong inner feeling that tells me that the right girl is waiting for me, and all I have to do is find her. I eventually find her and discover that she is a twin. I begin to date her and court her. Thus begins my education on the unusual world of twins and the difficulty of getting along with them. My relationship with Ruth rapidly develops into true love. “Our love is tested when I am drafted into the Korean War. After the war, it takes a few years for our lives to settle down. We get married in 1957 and live with her twin sister and mother, so our married life cannot be described as normal. Ruth'’s twin sister gets married and also lives with us. Then, Ruth and I have two children. Our household is crowded! The story describes the many changes and adjustments necessary over the years to survive our unusual life, with emphasis on the enduring true love between Ruth and me. It is our enduring true love that enabled us to not only survive, but to lead a life of happiness that was far above and beyond normal.”

The Price Of Love

Author: Jack Travers
Publisher: PageFree Publishing, Inc.
ISBN: 9781930252592
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The Price Of Love from the Author: Jack Travers.

The Price Of Love

Author: Rosemary Gill
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ISBN: 9781853891830
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The Price Of Love from the Author: Rosemary Gill. When Barbara Milner accepts a job at the Harlington Steel Foundry, she finds herself being pursued by Freddie Harlington, the rich, handsome son of the owner