If you are like many others living with borderline personality disorder (BPD), you know what it's like to be overwhelmed by intense and fluctuating emotions; to have difficulty with relationships; and to constantly struggle with troubling thoughts and behaviors. BPD can be especially difficult to treat, though there are ways to gain control over your symptoms and live a happier, healthier life.
"Essential for those who have BPD"
"Where has everyone gone?" That's the question 15-year-old Annabelle 'Birdy' Finch is asking. As a 100-year storm descends on Los Angeles, Birdy's not the only one looking for answers to the city's vanishing population. A wheelchair-bound Army veteran watches the world from his apartment window, and what he sees terrifies him. An LA detective has two missing patrol cops, a bloody crime scene, but no bodies. A desperate mother will stop at nothing in her search to find her missing daughter.
Interested in reflexology? Already practice? Never heard of it? This book is for anyone who wants to learn more on the benefits, the history, and the physiological and psychological effects of reflexology. There are studies for the academic and research based, and there is a brief tour of the history for those who want to learn more.
Death at Brier Hospital is routine and provides the perfect opportunity to murder and get away with it. Jacob Weizman, a physician, and his wife, Lola, a psychotherapist, are Holocaust survivors and need no proof of evil in this world. Jacob and Lola are unique protagonists. They're octogenarians who take the fear out of getting old. Their intelligence, competence, humor, and sense of history make them appealing in a world that too often disdains the aged.
"Much better than first book"
Edith Beer starts her story by remembering a fellow nurse who illegally bought an onion to feed to a dying Russian soldier. Beer explains that she, a nurse's aide, could have caused trouble for her fellow nurses because the Nazi regime frowned upon forming friendships with prisoners or with people who were not Nordic Aryans. Beer explains that many of the other nurses would have caused trouble for her because they bought into the propaganda, truly believing that they were better than the foreign prisoners.
Anything You Want: 40 Lessons for a New Kind of Entrepreneur by Derek Sivers | Summary and Analysis. While Derek Sivers' Anything You Want claims the everyman appeal that comes with using a title directed to a second-person pronoun, the book is first and foremost the story of an individual. Sivers is well aware of that fact, too, and states it right in the first few minutes. This here, Sivers forewarns, is a story of success, yes, but it's the story of a specific success.
"Interesting book with great narration"