Author: John Hill Hewitt
Author: Debra Downey
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
View: 8815This book was written for the two most important people in my life: my two daughters! It's a book that I believe most mothers and daughters can relate to. It is my hope that reading this book is an enjoyable experience for all who read it. It is also my hope, that when reading this book it brings back many happy memories of one's own childhood..... and of their child's as well.
Author: Ankita Chakrawarty
Publisher: Partridge Publishing
Category: Juvenile Fiction
View: 6385My teenage Kobe story outshines love in India, irrespective and unbound of the age of maturity. It neglects the words of the world which says relationship suits at a certain age and the age isn't 'teenage'; It upholds the fidelity and loyalty a teenager CAN have at this age as ended all the crushes ain't temporary. Comprehending the fact that this teenager are appreciated to love, they can cross all the boundaries of affection and faith just to have her heart keep puddling with love; my story is simple true loved tale.
Author: Jewel Moore
View: 7741"How do You love ME" is not just a question; it's a journey that you take with the author... but pack light. You'll need to leave space to collect jewels. When we operate under the spirit of rejection, we take people on a trip... forcing them to prove their love for us or admit that they don't.The purpose of this book is to lead the reader to freedom; freedom from rejection and every accessory that comes along with the spirit of rejection. In order for something to grow, it has to be watered, nurtured and fed. The spirit of rejection is the same; in order for the spirit of rejection to grow, it has to be watered, nurture, fed and an environment has to be created for it to grow. Through her own life story, the author takes you on a trip, revealing ways we nurture and harbor rejection. Rejection is a seed that's planted within us and grows slowly. This book is a journey to freedom.
Author: Ariel Allison,Shelby Rawson
Publisher: New Leaf Publishing Group
View: 8723The United States is the world's leader in fatherless families. Marginalized by society into a distant and unemotional role as the family's bread winner, we are only now beginning to understand the devestating effect of emotionally distant fathers on their daughters' health and well-being-- and for some, even on their spirituality. Millions of women have suffered physical and emotional scars due to absent fathers, and have experienced the painful void not having this vital connection has created. Both authors write from personal experience overcoming emotionally distant fathers, offering practical solutions and hope for healing this emotional and spiritual rift. From how to forgive an abusive father, coping with loneliness, to nuturing healthy relationships, and much more-- this book is a tremendously empowering and enriching journey for women out of sadness and pain, breaking a legacy of loneliness and regret, to a renewed hope for their lives. Included are chapter questions, pages for journaling, and a list of counseling resources.
Author: Karen Lynn Coffee
Publisher: Abingdon Press
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
View: 4523God shows Karen that he loves her with all of the things he made for her, from the wind and flowers to friends and family, in a story that includes a proverb, psalm, or quote from the Bible on each page.
Author: Barbara M. Joosse
Publisher: Chronicle Books
Category: Juvenile Fiction
View: 7359The bestselling and much-loved Mama, Do You Love Me? and its tender companion, Papa, Do You Love Me? are paired in this bundled ebook, perfect for a new generation of families. Accompanied by beautiful watercolor illustrations and reassuring texts, these heartwarming stories share a universal message: that a parent's love is everlasting and unconditional.