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Lies and Lust in the Tudor Court: The Fifth Wife of Henry VI
by Margaret Doner

Married at eighteen, beheaded at twenty, Katheryn Howard, the fifth wife of Henry VIII, paid a high price for her passionate nature. Although she lived five hun..  
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AfricaSoul - photography by Albert Russo and Elena Peters
by Albert Russo

Photo book on Africa (Sénégal and Kenya) - Photos by Albert Russo and Elena Peters, with texts in English and French by Albert Russo, Eric Tessier and Jérémy Fraise..  
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No Time to Grieve A Survivor's Guide to Loss and Healing
by Judy A. Strong   

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Self-Help

Publisher:  Beaver's Pond Press ISBN-10:  1592980473 Type: 
Pages: 

70

Copyright:  April, 2004; May 2007 ISBN-13:  9781592980475
Non-Fiction

No Time to Grieve offers readers pertinent information for solving the problems of the bereaved. It takes the reader through both the practical and the emotional steps needed to move from mourning to new life.

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This book is a primer that covers topics such as services, finances, probate, health issues, memorials, and returning to work. It then proceeds to give support and insight regarding the personal and emotional problems that must be managed. It is an excellent resource guide for the grieving and those who help them. Simply and clearly written, it is a hands-on reference book that gives answers to tough questions, and comfort when you need it most.


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The early stages of grief have no parallel. Numbness, pain, and disbelief come in recurring waves, making it difficult to cope with the loss and to begin rebuilding our lives. The insight needed to begin the rebuilding process is determined by how we handle our emotions, the kind of support we receive, and our willingness to go on as a changed person.




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Designing for Situation Awareness: An Approach to User-Cente
by Betty Bolte

Provides a means for creating the truly user-centered system designs that are needed in today's complex world. Based on theoretical and empirical knowledge on SA, the boo..  
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Quirks / Eclats - photography & texts by Albert Russo
by Albert Russo

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