Family and Relationships

Maci’s Place <BR>The Loss of a Child through a Father’s Eyes <BR>By: Michael S. Miller
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Losing a child is the most devastating thing that can ever happen to anyone. Learning to live with that loss is equally devastating. Outlined in this book is the true story of one man’s loss in the hope that it provides comfort and understanding to you. This journey outlines the psychology behind the way you feel day in and day out, and displays a first-hand understanding to why things are happening the way they are.

The book is intended for men suffering from the loss of their child in any number of situations. Yet, if you are a loved one trying to understand what is happening to the man in your life, it can provide guidance as well. Through the detailed explanations, we hope that those who want to understand the way a man truly feels with such a great loss will understand just how incredibly painful it can be.
Out of the Darkness <bR>By: Larry W. Fish
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-660-1
Edition: Paperback, 66 Pages
Publication Date: July 26, 2016
Out of the Darkness, is the story of a student, Susan Longhorn and a bully, Jane Tyler. Susan comes to a new school. It is not long before she is being bullied by Jane Tyler, in particular and two of her friends. The bullying is relentless and continues for months. Eventually Jane does an unthinkable act against Susan that cannot be ignored. God enters the lives of Jane, her parents, Jane’s friends, and He convinces all that major decisions have to be made to change the lives of all concerned. The principal of the school doesn’t want to see Jane have a criminal record so he asks her to do something that has never been considered by him before. She reluctantly does what the principal asks and her life is changed in miraculous ways.
Getting To Know Marriage <BR>By: Dr. Natika M. McNeil PhD, LPC, NCC
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-650-2
Edition: Paperback, 86 Pages
Publication Date: May 25, 2016
Dr. Natika M. McNeil is the wife of 20 years to her childhood sweetheart Maurice. She is also a licensed professional counselor who has been serving couples and marriages for over 10 years. Listening to her heart and learning from her education and experiences over the years, has allowed Dr. McNeil to rekindle her own struggling marriage. In addition, she has been able to encourage others to live in the freedom of operating in the marriage they believe in without feeling guilty, controlled or ashamed. It is Dr. McNeil’s desire to see marriages successful and long lasting just as the vows say. This book will help you walk through the simplicity of finding the real you and accepting your real spouse while learning how to take two whole people and intertwine them as one! We can only be responsible for what we know, so let’s Get To Know Marriage!
Wilderness Passion <BR>By: Larry W. Fish
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-639-7
Edition: Paperback, 196 Pages
Publication Date: March 6, 2016
Wilderness Passion is the story of a man that went through a horrible experience in war. He was so emotionally devastated that when he returned home he was unable to return to civilian life. He decided to walk deep into the wilderness of Minnesota, built a cabin on a lake, and had no contact with the outside world for years. Finally after years he meets two men that change his life forever. Because of the two men he eventually meets a woman from the city that he falls madly in love with. Johnny and Pamela are torn between love and their lifestyles. Johnny was a wilderness man who loved nature and Pamela was a city woman. Neither could imagine living where the other did. Could they reach a compromise because of their love for each other or were they doomed for failure?
The Adventures of Sweet Mouth and Sugar Lips - At It Again <br>By: Shandra Love
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-622-9
Edition: Paperback, 90 Pages
Publication Date: November 24, 2015
Big Mama thought she had her hands full when she was raising her own wild and crazy children; but after suffering a second stroke, she realized her own children couldn’t hold a candle to her great grandchildren!

Kito, Armonni, Christopher, Michael, Braylon, Kei’Zjon, Dai’Zjon, and Tristen are adorable, daring and precocious! ...and Na’Lah? Well, she’s just Big Mama’s hope that the world will keep revolving.

Her great grandkids’ filters are off and their antics have begun! One thing for sure though, Big Mama loves to laugh, and boy do they make her laugh!!!!
Avanti! <br>Tales of Love and Survival <BR>By: Margaret Mayo Gibson, Ed. D.
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-533-8
Edition: Paperback, 143 Pages
Publication Date: December 20, 2013
The story begins in a world without television, internet, iPads, or supermarkets; where blackberries were only fruit and children had time for play. This is a story many immigrants could tell. They survived with the same resources: hard work, determination, a community of family and faith in God.

In PART ONE read to discover the similarities and differences in the wilderness times your ancestors and mine overcame to find the American dream.

In PART TWO read about struggles and hardships in the twenty first century. People have “wilderness times” in their lives today. Current survival stories can provide hope and strength for those of us in the twenty first century.

In PART THREE, the reader will discover the many ways in which people of Italian descent made a positive difference on society. Although several people are named, it is only a sample of Italians who made a positive impact on our world.

Everyone has a story. After seeing stories shared here, hopefully readers will be encouraged to share their stories with others.
Dialogue of a Foster/Adopted Child <BR>By: Patricia A. Corbitt, MSW, LGSW
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-466-9
Edition: Paperback, 49 Pages
Publication Date: February 18, 2013
Dialogue of a Foster/Adopted Child is a handbook for foster and adoptive parents to help them understand the trauma that the children may have experienced and how the trauma may affect the child’s development and behavior. The book basically speaks from the perspective of the foster or adopted child to the foster or adoptive parent and professionals who care for them.
"""Ask Diana"" <Br>A Man's Guide to Becoming a Better Friend and Lover <BR>By: Diane Accardi"
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-062-3
Edition: Paperback, 57 Pages
Publication Date: July 13, 2009
This book was created by a woman, to help men to understand women. You ask me the questions, Diana will give you the answers from a woman’s point of view. My book will not only help you to understand women better, but also help you know our needs; emotional and physical. Your first question, “Why do women not want sex?” You will love the answer... I promise... A short book, but filled with important insights and fun to read.
Family Treasures <Br>A Guide to Writing Your Life Stories <br>By: Margaret Mayo Gibson, Ed. D.
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-044-9
Edition: Paperback, 114 Pages
Publication Date: June 3, 2009
In Family Treasures – A Guide to Writing Your Life Stories, Dr. Gibson’s second book, you are treated to a delightful memoir of the author’s life and loves. Her personal stories will help you recall details of your own life experiences. These stories are told in themes that stimulate your memory. Questions relating to each theme will give you an opportunity to record those personal memories right in this book. Chapters on several ways to preserve your memories help you pass along your own legacy. Family Treasures motivates you to start writing now!

Review by Susan Bianco:

What could you give to your family that is priceless? Dr. Gibson has authored Family Treasures which guides you in creating such a gift.

Our memories are treasures that can be passed on to future generations. By relating memories from her own life Dr. Gibson illustrates a variety of themes: Family, Friends, Parenting, Grand Parenting, Talents, Travel, Working World.

Interesting questions guide the reader to recall his/her own memories, and the author thoughtfully provides ample space to record answers. This book is not to be missed. You will want your own copy!

Susan Bianco, Librarian
A Father's Words <BR>How Fathers Make or Break Their Children <br>By: Stephen Rossi, M.A.
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-961-3
Edition: Paperback, 157 Pages
Publication Date: November 24, 2008
Other Editions: Hardcover
A Father’s Words examines the profound impact fathers’ words have on their children. The words and actions of fathers shape their children’s lives in many crucial areas. The things fathers say can make or break their children. Christian counselor Stephen Rossi presents specific strategies, examples, and solutions for repairing, restoring, and healing broken father-child relationships created by degrading words from fathers.

Rossi’s insightful, practical, and compelling book focuses on helping fathers understand, reverse, and prevent the devastating effects of their demeaning words on their children. Rossi inspires and encourages fathers to make the necessary changes that will bless their children. He knows very well as a Christian counselor that this can only really be done with Christ. Rossi relies on and involves Christ in the explanation and healing process throughout his book. A Father’s Words is based on Rossi’s work with fathers and their children throughout his career.