A Cry for Help

Author: Desiree

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1499072635

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 130

View: 5434


My name is Desiree. Yes, I was married and divorced three times. And each divorce, I asked for my maiden name back. I am a mother of two daughters and have eight adult grandchildren and three great-granddaughters. I’m taking this time out in my life to write my story because there are so many children and adults crying out for help. They cannot afford Dr. Phil or Oprah or trust anyone enough to talk to them. At one point of time, I tried to reach out to both of them and hit a dead end each time. I always wondered how people get in touch with them. Twenty-five or more years ago, I started writing Oprah a letter when she had Ms. Erica Kane and all of the All My Children husbands on her show with her. The letter turned into a book! So I never tried to send it. I called it Will the Real Erica Kane Please Stand Up. (All the Men I Loved.) Not who loved me because I really can’t tell who loved me. My journey took me to hell and back. Through all of my trials and tribulations, I had to come back to Jesus. When he said, “I will never leave nor forsake you,” he meant just that. It gets hard sometimes to believe it, but when you keep hitting a brick wall and facing death in the face so many times, you start wondering, why am I still here? It’s not as though we can stand in a line and pick our race or our mother and father. Wow! Would life be any different? Believe me—it’s only by the grace of God that any of us are still here. We all have a purpose for being on this earth. My belief is my purpose is to encourage others to believe in yourself and trust that God really does have your back no matter what the devil throw your way. As the song says, “He paid it all.” Meaning, Jesus paid for all of our sins, and I thank him for allowing me to be alive long enough to acknowledge that. So here’s my story.

A Cry For Help: Who Will Speak For Me

Author: Megan Boyd

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1462871658

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 82

View: 8245


This is a true story about what my twin boys went through with their biological father in the court system. My boys did not have any rights or anyone to speak for them. As a mother you cannot speak for your children in court. The judges and lawyers assume every case is the same. There are a lot of parents out there who just want to keep the other parent away from the children just because they don’t want them in their lives anymore. Well because of that my boys suffered a lot. When you enter into the court system with your children they become just a number. Then it becomes a money game with the lawyers, no one really cares about the best interest of the children. Throughout my story you will see how everyone turned their head the other way, no one wanted to help my boys. All the signs were there that there was something terribly wrong, but no one wanted to get involved. Everyone was afraid to speak up for the boys. I know that there are a lot of parents out there that are going through custody battles, the courts are backed up with them. There is a message in this book that I need to get out.

A Cry For Help!

Author: Majid Al Suleimany

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 142698118X

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 556

View: 2418


Addressing the increased extremism, fundamentalism, and lack of tolerance and forbearance in the Arab workforce, author Majid Al Suleimany presents A Cry for Help!: Arabian Management Services—Context and Perspectives. In three parts, A Cry for Help! concentrates on the management styles and aspects of companies located in the Arabian Gulf Cooperation Council that encompasses Oman, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain and Saudi Arabia. It discusses the: • Growing radicalization of local staff • Misbehaving expatriates • Unhappy, dissatisfied staff • Poor treatment of staff, especially by European Western staff • Increasing extremism and fundamentalism in offices • Sensitive, related issues In A Cry for Help!, Suleimany, a management expert, focuses on what is particular about the type of Arab management, its context and perspectives, and what is peculiar, special, or particular to that work in the context and comparison to management styles of other nations. Using personal experiences, examples, and illustrations, Suleimany exposes the new reality and truth and moves away from the trend and approach of hiding issues and problems.

A Cry for Help No One Heard

Author: P.J. McDonald

Publisher: Author House

ISBN: 1467071064

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 148

View: 1312


Amy was a ten year old who was kidnapped from a park . Taken across the county line . She was sexually assaulted and beaten. Everyone in the town was looking for her . Until the tragic moment came when they found her in the school yard. This book is meant to help let parents know what could happen to your child in the least of a moment.

Cries For Help

Author: Joanna Kozubska

Publisher: Waterside Press

ISBN: 1909976059

Category: Social Science

Page: 208

View: 9737


Cries for Help opens a window on the closed world of Holloway, other women’s prisons and the lives of those held there in the 1970s. This was an era when personal style and charismatic leadership was the order of the day for governors and prison officers, before ideas of ‘new management’, when problems were solved using personal initiatives. It catalogues the daily lives of women prisoners, their anxieties, fears and preoccupations. The book looks at a lost segment of the population, hundreds of women who were hidden from view, lacking a voice, part of a system for men that hardly knew what to do with them. It contains stories about murderers and other serious offenders and looks at their personal correspondence, including that of moors murderer Myra Hindley. ‘I hope that [the prison] authorities in particular will read and reflect on her brutally honest, human and very relevant book’: Lord David Ramsbotham

No Cry for Help

Author: Ronald H. Mayer

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781477270998

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 138

View: 3944


In 1942, Ronald started his climb up the Cowboy Chain of Command as a very young man on his grandfather's ranch in West Texas as a "Gate Opener", because all the "big cowboys" had been sent off to war. Since that time, Ronald has cowboyed his way on ranches all throughout West Texas, New Mexico and Colorado, taking time out for schooling and a term in the United States Marine Corp. during the Korean War. Since 1963, Ronald has been active in selling and appraising ranches throughout the southwest ranching community. At this time, Ronald and his family, own and operate a 15,000 acre ranch in Lincoln County, New Mexico. For more information on the writer of "No Cry For Help" go to his web page www.ranchfinder.com. No Cry For Help is this cowboy's first attempt at writing a short story about owning a West Texas cattle ranch.

I Cry for Help!

Author: Phil Dorman

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 059585320X

Category: Psychology

Page: 158

View: 7205


My name is Phil Dorman and I would like to share some knowledge with you. I have Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Dissociative Disorders (DD). These disorders caused through sadistic child abuse, childhood trauma, normal stress, trauma due to combat actions, and overworking for thirty years, have plagued me for over nine years. I'm not a doctor or in the medical professional, you might say I'm writing from on the inside. Without a formal degree in pain, trauma, stress, and suffering, unless the count of forty years of actual personal experience is considered, I too am searching for answers. Many have learned through actual experiences and having spent six years of my life almost totally locked up in my mind, may just qualify as unsurpassed wisdom. With my vow to increase the knowledge base for the common person about PTSD and its causes, patiently I waited for my reprieve from this dungeon. Thinking that this information would help to bring order and logic for loved ones to see, understand, and begin to cope with some of the problems that can devastate a family from these disorders. Coping, the most powerful process, the whole family can learn about any disease or a disorder brings a sense of calm during a mighty storm. These disorders have torn both my immediate and extended family apart. This knowledge can produce a more favorable outcome for your family. You need knowledge in order to take action.

A Cry for Help

Author: B. Ann

Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing

ISBN: 1598584979

Category: Fiction

Page: 172

View: 2016


Teresa's first husband was a womanizer and a sex abuser and her second husband a drug addict and a bigamist. Teresa was afraid for her life on a daily basis and couldn't find refuge even within herself. Teresa hid everything and after being battered by hard love she became fed up. She cried for help and when no one would listen Teresa took the law into her own hands. At the age of forty-eight Teresa thought she would be on top of the world, but found her-self crying out for help. Help from anyone that would that would listen. Teresa found a problem with even identifying with her own self. She had lost her looks, self-esteem, self-respect, health, money, memorable valuables, friends, family and the will to live. B. Ann is a native of Montgomery, Alabama, however raised in Gary, Indiana since the age of five. "A CRY FOR HELP" is her life. "A CRY FOR HELP" is her first collaborative efforts and it exemplifies her life as a person that has struggled with abuses all her adult life. She is currently working on the sequel to this novel, "KEVIN'S DIARY." Visit her at www.batteredbyhardlove.com. B. Ann recently won the victory of getting her second marriage annulled and resumed her status as a widow. She is currently working on a B.A. at Vincennes University and working in the Medical Field. She is the proud parent of three adult daughters who are also partner authors. She enjoys reading and writing urban books.

A Silent Cry for Help

Author: Odessa Murphy

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1984524984

Category: Fiction

Page: 192

View: 2219


Keisha’s sister, Leah, was raped and killed by the next-door neighbor that lured her to his house, promising her a color television if she shoveled his snow. One year later, her aunt was killed by her ex-boyfriend. After such tragedy, her house size grew by two as her aunt’s children moved in. Rodney, her oldest, was in a very dark place and lived seeing his mother die. He later began to take from Keisha what was not up for negotiation, and her brother began to molest her as well, as if Rodney hooked him up. Keisha looked for love on the outside, but she was gang-raped, and she became pregnant with twins. As Keisha admired the scenery, the lights flickered on the stage, and the music was jumping. A cutie named Cheryl sat beside her, and they conversed deeply. As the room got hot, the consciousness that she had wouldn’t allow her to sleep with her knowing she had AIDS. They became good friends, but the ego in Keisha got Cheryl and her unborn child killed. Keisha left their murderer paraplegic and speechless. She killed the guys that raped her and took their money, and one of their girls she made her own. Then she was caught slipping, putting her trust in someone that wasn’t trustworthy, and almost lost her life.

A Desperate Cry for Help

Author: Maggie Hartley

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 1409188981

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 64

View: 1429


Twelve-year-old Meg arrives at Maggie's after a fire destroys the children's home she's been living in. Terrified and having lost most of her possessions, Maggie must work hard to make the vulnerable young girl feel at home. But traumatised by the fire, and angry and vulnerable, having been put into care by her mother, Meg is lashing out at everyone around her. Can Maggie reach this damaged little girl before it's too late? And before Meg's destructive behaviour puts Maggies life - and the lives of the other children in her care - at risk?