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A Manual for Heartache

Author: Cathy Rentzenbrink

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

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Category: Family & Relationships

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'I devoured A Manual for Heartache in one sitting . . . a kind, honest and wise book about how to make a friend of sadness.' Rachel Joyce, author of The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry. When Cathy Rentzenbrink was still a teenager, her happy family was torn apart by an unthinkable tragedy. In A Manual for Heartache she describes how she learnt to live with grief and loss and find joy in the world again. She explores how to cope with life at its most difficult and overwhelming and how we can emerge from suffering forever changed, but filled with hope. This is a moving, warm and uplifting book that offers solidarity and comfort to anyone going through a painful time, whatever it might be. It's a book that will help to soothe an aching heart and assure its readers that they're not alone.

HeartBreak Therapy

Repair Manual for a Broken Heart

Author: Andrew Gentile

Publisher: Hillcrest Publishing Group

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Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 186

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HeartBreak Therapy presents a groundbreaking approach to healing the painful emotions of heartbreak following the end of a relationship. While the book teaches the mind about the nature of heartache, the companion audio tracks gently guide the heart and emotions back to health. Andrew condenses the wisdom gained from years of individualized hypnotherapy sessions into a series of healing techniques, allowing the reader to embark upon a literal choose your own healing adventure. In HeartBreak Therapy, Andrew provides an explanation of the conscious and subconscious mind and how hypnotherapy is used to free us from cyclical negative thinking and get our emotions back to within a healthy range. Through a hypnotherapeutic perspective on love, relationships, and the nature of heartache, Andrew introduces the reader to new models of healing that facilitate insight and encourage emotional well-being.

The Last Act of Love

The Story of My Brother and His Sister

Author: Cathy Rentzenbrink

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

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Category: Biography & Autobiography

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A Richard and Judy Book club selection. In the summer of 1990, Cathy's brother Matty was knocked down by a car on the way home from a night out. It was two weeks before his GCSE results, which turned out to be the best in his school. Sitting by his unconscious body in hospital, holding his hand and watching his heartbeat on the monitors, Cathy and her parents willed him to survive. They did not know then that there are many and various fates worse than death. This is the story of what happened to Cathy and her brother, and the unimaginable decision that she and her parents had to make eight years after the night that changed everything. It's a story for anyone who has ever watched someone suffer or lost someone they loved or lived through a painful time that left them forever changed. Told with boundless warmth and affection, The Last Act of Love by Cathy Rentzenbrink is a heartbreaking yet uplifting testament to a family's survival and the price we pay for love.

Hometown Tales: Yorkshire

Author: Cathy Rentzenbrink

Publisher: Hachette UK

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Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 160

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Original tales by remarkable writers Hometown Tales is a series of books pairing exciting new voices with some of the most talented and important writers at work today. Some of the tales are fiction and some are narrative non-fiction - they are all powerful, fascinating and moving, and aim to celebrate regional diversity and explore the meaning of home In these pages on Yorkshire, you'll find two unique memoirs. 'The Yorkshire Years' is Cathy Rentzenbrink's deeply moving account of returning to Snaith, where her brother Matty was knocked down by a car over twenty years before. 'The Island upon the Moor' traces a powerful journey - from a carefree childhood in the village of Holme-upon-Spalding Moor - to surviving dark periods of depression, by Victoria Hennison.

A manual for pioneers

Author: Rúḥíyyih Rabbānī

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Category: Religion

Page: 227

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A Manual of Elocution for Class and Private Instruction

Author: Mrs. D. M. Warren

Publisher:

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Category: Elocution

Page: 122

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The Manual: The Rules for Men

Author: Toyin Agbetu

Publisher: Lulu.com

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Category: Man-woman relationships

Page: 158

View: 600

Workplace Mental Health Manual for Nurse Managers

Author: Lisa Y. Adams

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

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Category: Medical

Page: 394

View: 483

Targeting the complex set of stressors found in health care work environments, this unique, practical resource describes the impact of bullying, harassment, addictions, violence and other triggers and the resulting adverse physiological and behavioral responses in these facilities.

A Manual for History Museums

Author: Arthur Caswell Parker

Publisher:

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Category: Historical museums

Page: 204

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Author: United States. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development. Office of Policy Development and Research

Publisher:

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Category: Sanitary engineering

Page: 416

View: 554

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