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Are you frustrated with the pace at which you live and despite the rapid pace, you don't seem to be getting any closer to your dreams?<br><br>Do you exhibit any of these classic symptoms that indicate a life out of balance: anxiety, depression, irritability, insomnia, hopelessness, and even chronic physical ailments.<br><br>Are you wishing to establish a healthy lifestyle that will last a lifetime?<br><br>Then you are ready to hear the messages of the giant oak tree.<br><br>The giant oak has witnessed great strength, limitations, fears, courageous moments, love, hate, and disappointments.<br><br>The giant oak offers wisdom and solace. It buffers and shades from the storms of life. It has experienced the beginning phases of life and has endured, has flourished, and has triumphed over adversity.<br><br>This healthy oak tree is a loving presence that will lead you on an adventure, tapping the rich realms of your heart, mind, body and soul and guiding you toward balance, health, harmony, and love into your life.<br><br>Bring with you, nothing more than a pair of ears for listening, a mind willing to learn and an open heart. You will be given ongoing inspiration and the practical tools you need for the adventure.<br><br>Be prepared for stunning surprises and wondrous awakenings.
This is the story of a child born into a conservative fundamentalist preacher's family in Indiana.<br><br>Her journey through thirty tumultuous years was:<br>*within the strict regulations of the church community<br>*within the confines of a love-starved home<br>*within an unbelievable marriage<br><br>During the journey, she:<br>*moved quickly through school, graduating and becoming a teacher at age 19<br>*became a leader in the educational community<br>*found the true love she had sought and been denied for so long
This book will help you find the secrets of your innermost self.<br><br>Following a set of practical exercises you'll discover the actual traits that make you unique. <br><br>Then you will evaluate those traits to decide if your profile represents your ideal self–the self you seek to be.<br><br>Knowing Yourself…or Not explains;<br><br>What makes you special.<br><br>What makes you not so special.<br><br>Why you act the way you do.<br><br>How you like to be treated.<br><br>What settings make you most comfortable.<br><br>Personal traits that may be limiting your success.
When Mary Turner entered the world, she was already her parents' least-favorite child. Filled with ambition but always seeming to be lacking some crucial skill, Mary left home immediately after graduating high school and set her sights on the endless horizon before her. Mary had had a difficult childhood; when she was young, her grandparents had died in a tragic accident that left the entire family–especially her father, Kenneth–shrouded in a heavy grief. Once on her own, Mary kept her eyes fixed on the future, and soon that future came to include a man named Adam.<br><br>Though Adam and Mary had a difficult relationship, they eloped in Las Vegas and returned home a (mostly) happily married couple; it wasn't much later that they became first-time parents. After Scotty was born, however, Mary began exhibiting concerning symptoms. She struggled to bond with her child and experienced increasingly volatile emotional swings. Soon after, Mary was diagnosed with bipolar disorder.<br><br>Mary struggled to cope with her mental illness, and as the years passed, she began turning to drugs and alcohol to soothe her aching mind. She began neglecting, and eventually abusing, Scotty, and the family quickly started to deteriorate. Eventually deciding that Adam and Scotty would be better off without her, Mary packed up her car and ran away to Las Vegas, where she made the bulk of her money by moving illegal drugs. Her time there was a thrilling and dangerous whirlwind, but Mary knew it had to come to an end eventually. Next, she landed in Sedona, Arizona, where she led a quiet, peaceful life, nothing like the one she'd left behind in Vegas. <br><br>Still, Mary knew she would need to return home and reconnect with the family she'd abandoned. Instead of finding Adam, Mary found Luke, an old friend and fellow addict. Once reunited with Luke, Mary quickly fell in love with him and agreed to help him smuggle drugs out of the country. She was caught at the Dublin airport, however, and sent to prison, where she learned she was pregnant with Luke's child. Her child was taken from her to live with her father.<br><br>Petals also offers a deeply poignant and introspective look into the many facets of mental illness, substance abuse and recovery, death, heartbreak, joy, and forgiveness. It is through its diverse cast of characters that the reader is allowed a look into the minds and senses of all those touched by Mary's journey. Best suited for readers who enjoy fast-paced action combined with a deeply emotional and introspective narrative, Petals is a multi-generational story of everyday humans who must learn to cut their own paths amid the wild, yet heartbreakingly beautiful, garden that is life.