The Only Way Out Is Through

A Ten-Step Journey from Grief to Wholeness

Author: Gail Gross

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers

ISBN: 9781538132975

Category: Psychology

Page: 208

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Part memoir of grief, part guidebook, The Only Way Out is Through: A Journey to Wholeness offers a comprehensive structure for the bereaved to return back to the world of the living, not just to exist, but to live.

The Only Way Out is Through

100 Quotes to Comfort, Encourage and Inspire

Author: Lisa Westdale

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1681881802

Category: Art

Page: 128

View: 8254


A collection of inspiring quotes from a rainbow variety of the world's most insightful and creative thinkers, this little volume offers the right words just when you need them, beautifully presented in gorgeous and evocative hand-lettering-a perfect gift to lift the spirits or inspire action!

Only Way Out Is Through

Courage in Times of Trouble

Author: Marte Tilton

Publisher: Charisma House

ISBN: 9780884197270

Category: Religion

Page: 204

View: 9646


Offering her powerful true story, Tilton shows that the only way out of a devastating circumstance is "through" it, where on the other side there is new life, new joy, new blessings.

Little Girl Lost in the Woods the Only Way Out Is Through the Carrot and Cabbage Patch Field

Author: Susie Ellington

Publisher: Xlibris Us

ISBN: 9781796010046


Page: 30

View: 4189


This is a fictional childrens book, for the wonder of the minds of children It could bring laughter and excitements for the children at play, Playing out side out without supervisionas the character Jocelyn as she accidentally wonders off. into the woods as she was flying her kite, when her Grandmother told her to be careful and don't wonder off into the wooded area. Now she so far away from her Grandmother's house and lost. There's no way back. She can not remember the way back, As she stood under the oak tree she's lost hoping that someone will hear her crying out for help then there was an overwhelming response from Animals of the woods. Mr. Bird goes Tweet, Tweet Mr. Owl goes who Whoooo, Mr. Rabbit alwats squencing his nose and goes who gose hippy hop and the Owl has Big eyess and can see every thing and acourse Mr. Fox who was smart and clever and can out smart anyone. For they seem to want to help Jocelyn to get back to Grandmother's house. So the big adventures begin now she's off and on her way. The only way out of the woods is through the Carrot and cabbage patch field but theres on thing helding Joceyln, back once they get to the Carrots and Cabbage Patch Field. She was afraid of the Scare Crow. She want to get past him. He is so scary to look at. He has a big nose and eyes that is watching her and looks like he's shaking off the pole he's hanging on and it seems like he may come after her but Mr. Owl and Mr. bird, Mr. Rabbit and Mr. fox said he could out smart that old Scare Crow. That's exactly what they did and finally Jocelyn was guided out of the woods with the help of very special friends. She got back to Grandmother's house and they had fun on the way.

3D: Daily Dose of Discernment: 2007

Author: Kevin Everett FitzMaurice

Publisher: FitzMaurice Publishers

ISBN: 1878693301

Category: Psychology

Page: 304

View: 4334


This book is a collection of sayings for each day of the year, originally created in 2007, but the quotations remain appropriate and relevant for any year. The sayings cover various topics important to your emotional health, including psychotherapy, philosophy, psychological skills, General Semantics, Eastern psychology, Eastern philosophy, meditation, flow, identity, authenticity, responsibility, the nature of self, and social commentary. You will discover sayings useful to understanding Eastern thought and General Semantics. The agreement between General Semantics and Eastern philosophy is profound and illuminating, and understanding that agreement will deepen your understanding of both. You will find the sayings herein amusing, helpful, interesting, and thought-provoking. Many of the sayings are like Zen koans: If you sit with them, they reveal the “other side”, free of words. Many of the sayings are open to multiple interpretations and meanings. New meanings will occur to you on your different journeys through this book.

Without You

A Memoir of Love, Loss, and the Musical Rent

Author: Anthony Rapp

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9780743288675

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 320

View: 6849


Anthony Rapp captures the passion and grit unique to the theatre world as he recounts his life-changing experience in the original cast of the Pulitzer Prize-winning musical Rent. Anthony had a special feeling about Jonathan Larson's rock musical from his first audition, so he was thrilled when he landed a starring role as the filmmaker Mark Cohen. With his mom's cancer in remission and a reason to quit his newly acquired job at Starbucks, his life was looking up. When Rent opened to thunderous acclaim off Broadway, Rapp and his fellow cast members knew that something truly extraordinary had taken shape. But even as friends and family were celebrating the show's success, they were also mourning Jonathan Larson's sudden death from an aortic aneurysm. By the time Rent made its triumphant jump to Broadway, Larson had posthumously won the 1996 Pulitzer Prize. When Anthony's mom began to lose her battle with cancer, he struggled to balance the demands of life in the theatre with his responsibility to his family. Here, Anthony recounts the show's magnificent success and his overwhelming loss. He also shares his first experiences discovering his sexuality, the tension it created with his mother, and his struggle into adulthood to gain her acceptance. Variously marked by fledgling love and devastating loss, piercing frustration and powerful enlightenment, Without You charts the course of Rapp's exhilarating journey with the cast and crew of Rent as well as the intimacies of his personal life behind the curtain.

Thrive in the Journey

The Only Way Out Is Through

Author: Jen Deveraux

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781791394042


Page: 165

View: 7049


#1 Amazon Bestseller in FIVE categories: Fertility, Adoption, Divorce, Spirituality>Faith, & Physical Impairments. Her book also hit fourteen #1 Hot New Release Lists on Amazon in the United States and Canada. From the disappointment of infertility to the accident that almost claimed her life to the adoption of two beautiful little girls, inspirational speaker and writer, Jen Deveraux, has learned a very important life lesson - The only way out is through. There are no other options! Thriving in the Journey allows you to walk with Jen through darkness, but also to triumph with her in the brightness of a new day as she learned that a person's scars, whether physical or emotional, are nothing to be ashamed of. They are evidence that you are stronger than whatever tried to hurt you. Life is hard and is full of lessons, some of them are self-inflicted while others are beyond your control. Through examples in her own life, Jen has a unique way of conveying to her audience that no matter the origin of the trial, there are always valuable lessons to be learned and opportunities for personal growth. Her powerful journey will convince you that every experience, trial and challenge will put you one step closer to greatness.