From Pastor to Psych Ward

Recovery from a Suicide Attempt is Possible
By Steve Austin

From Pastor to Psych Ward: Recovery from a Suicide Attempt is Possible by Steve Austin is a testimonial about one man's life struggles, dealing with abuse and recovery from a suicide attempt. This is a touching book that deals with a topic most people don't...

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Facing Cancer as a Friend

How to Support Someone Who Has Cancer Volume 1
By Heather M Erickson

Facing Cancer as a Friend: How to Support Someone Who Has Cancer is Volume I of Heather Erickson's "Facing Cancer ..." series. Facing Cancer as a Friend is a simple and direct look at the many aspects and possibilities of everyone - from closest friends,...

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Fourteen

A Daughter's Memoir of Adventure, Sailing, and Survival
By Leslie Johansen Nack

Fourteen: A Daughter's Memoir of Adventure, Sailing, and Survival by Leslie Johansen Nack is a deeply emotional and moving story about the coming of age of our narrator and author who had to deal with the divorce of her parents, the abuse by her father,...

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Five Hours

How My Son's Brief Life Changed Everything
By Lucinda Weatherby

Five Hours, penned by Lucinda Weatherby, is an in-depth and revealing account of how the birth of Theo, the writer’s son, changed her perception of life and death. It is a well written memoir which describes the lives of Lucinda and her husband who have...

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From a Cold Dark Place

Stories and Essays from the Life of Michael Tavon
By Michael Tavon

From a Cold Dark Place: Stories and Essays from the Life of Michael Tavon by author Michael Tavon is a book containing a total of ten stories, essays and poems (hereafter referred as stories). Through these stories, Michael sincerely share his thoughts on his sex...

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Finding Faith in the Field

By Benjamin Hylden

In an inspiring, hopeful and truly wonderful new book steeped in the author's strongly held Christian beliefs, Finding Faith in the Field by author Benjamin Hylden, readers will find a story absolutely worthy of their time. The author recounts his experience as a young star...

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Five Weeks: A Lifetime

The True Journey of Clinton Jacob
By Hannah Sullivan

Five Weeks: A Lifetime, The True Journey of Clinton Jacob is a mother’s journal of her pregnancy, giving birth in a hospital 12 hours from home, surgeries and tubes, and mourning his passing. How do you juggle work and time with her two other young...

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Friend Grief in the Workplace

More Than an Empty Cubicle
By Victoria Noe

I chose to read Friend Grief in the Workplace: More Than an Empty Cubicle by Victoria Noe because of all the violence happening at workplaces nowadays. When I see people crying for their lost co-workers, my heart goes out to them. Before this book it...

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Five Feet Short

By Keisha Biddle

Five Feet Short by Keisha Biddle is her autobiography, reminiscing about her life, growing up mentally and emotionally in a world where people like her with virtues of diligence and honesty do not exist. Five Feet Short is the account of Biddle’s life growing up...

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Frozen Tears

Stories of Bliindness Before and Hope After Abortion
By Margaret Irving

Frozen Tears by Margaret Irving gives an insider’s view, or rather the heart's-eye-view of abortion, the author having had hundreds of counseling sessions with women who have experienced it. She begins with the story of Julie, who, on seeing a fully pregnant woman used to...

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