Learning to say "no" to cigarettes, drugs, and other dangers is one of the most important tools a child can have. In this new book by Slim Goodbody, children are taught to understand when and why they need to say "no", and how to refuse and still keep their friends.
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Written from a child's point of view, advises young readers on ways to handle a variety of problematic situations, provides an easy-to-use system to help children rehearse and remember appropriate responses to keep them safe, and includes coverage of where to go for help and how to deal with shame and guilt.
Is it hard to find time for yourself?Do you often ignore what you want, and focusinstead on what others want?Do you find it difficult to speak up for yourself?Yes! I Said No! gives you specific tools to set healthy boundaries and re-take control of your life. You will learn how to do what YOU want to do. Without Drama. Without Anger. Without Fear.A series of simple-to-follow examples and clearly stated tools will help you invest in yourself, will help you say YES when you want to and say NO when you need to.You will learn how to: * say no without blowing up, wimping out or running away* stop being a people pleaser* care for people without carrying them* restore healthy relationshipsBarbra Russell's expertise in helping others takecharge of their lives stems from a long successfulcareer as a Licensed Professional Counselor. Herfresh and engaging style of communication andunique step-by-step process has helped thousands of people step up, move forward and be who they're meant to be. Whether from negative family patterns or a mistaken belief that pleasing others is a spiritual gift, this easy-to-read guide will free you of Approval Addiction. You will re-claim your life and enjoy the freedom that comes with declaring Yes! I said No
Lisa, on the eve of high school graduation and on her way to Stanford University-is met with terror and intrigue, and her life's plans begin to change. Will she go on to marry handsome fiancé Mark? Who is the mysterious man with the black heart? What role will he play in Lisa's life?
In And I Said No Lord, photographer and writer Joel Katz presents a pictorial chronicle of his travels through the shifting islands of fear and loss, freedom and deliverance that was segregated Mississippi during the Freedom Summer of 1964. In June 1964, college student Joel Katz boarded a Greyhound bus in Hartford, Connecticut, for Jackson, Mississippi. He carried few possessions—a small bag of clothes, a written invitation to call on Frank Barber, who was special assistant to Governor Paul Johnson, and a Honeywell Pentax H1-A camera with three lenses. A few days after his arrival in Jackson, the city’s Daily News ran on its front page an FBI alert seeking Andrew Goodman, James Chaney, and Michael Schwerner, three field workers from the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) who’d gone missing while investigating a church burning in Neshoba County. In the uneasy silence of their disappearance, Katz began a seven-week journey across the state. Along the way, he met the people of Mississippi, black and white, of all ages and classes, from the humble to the grand. These Mississippians encouraged or obstructed change in their traditional culture or simply observed the edifice of that culture tremble and fall. During 1964’s Freedom Summer, Katz met ministers making history and journalists writing it. He photographed Martin Luther King Jr. and James Abernathy, taught at a freedom school, interviewed a leader of the White Citizens Councils, was harassed by Jackson police, and escaped death in Vicksburg. Six weeks after Katz arrived in Mississippi, the FBI found the bodies of Goodman, Chaney, and Schwerner in an earthen dam. Inspired by the social documentary photographs of Walker Evans and Robert Frank, Katz snapped hauntingly quotidian photos on his Pentax camera. Amid acts of brutal savagery and transcendent courage that transfixed the nation, Katz discovered resilient individuals living quiet lives worthy of witness. And I Said No Lord is a moving and luminous reco
In the prettiest parts of the Forest of Hearts, a cute little unicorn was born. Its mane was puffy, its fur SUPER fluffy... But as adorable as it looked, it didn't behave like the other unicorns in its herd. 'NO' was its favourite word! No matter how many sweet lucky clovers or soft squishy cuddles that the other unicorns offered, the answer was always 'NO'. And so this unicorn became known as the uNOcorn. It's no surprise that one day our contrary unicorn decides to break free of its cotton-candy world and have an adventure of its own. Along the way, the uNOcorn meets a raccoon who never listens ('Huh?'), a dog who doesn't care ('So what?') and a rude princess (whose favourite word is 'YES!'). What a wonderful team they make, because being stubborn is much more fun together!
Who could have imagined that the RCMP, those clean-cut men in red, steal dynamite and destroy private property, break and enter, wiretap at will and generally behave as if the law of the land applied to everyone but themselves? Jeff Sallot, who covered the McDonald Commission of Inquiry Concerning Certain Activities of the RCMP for a year, has written a gripping account of the force's illegal activities. Burning down a barn in Quebec to prevent separatist meetings, breaking into offices and stealing Parti Quebecois membership files, intimidating people suspected of FLQ affiliations into informing on their friends and repeatedly opening private mail in flagrant violation of Canada's laws on personal privacy - Nobody Said No tells it all. It is the story of a police force that took the law into its own hands and of a government that looked the other way. Nobody Said No documents in absorbing and dramatic detail the testimony of hundreds of witnesses. It shows how the Mounties planned and executed their illegal dirty tricks and tells of the intricate political manoeuverings undertaken to cover up these activities for so many years.Based on official documents and testimony, Nobody Said No reads just like a spy thriller - except that every fact, every detail, every dirty trick is true.
In a timely account at this moment in the #MeToo movement, author Natalie Galli, of Sicilian-American heritage, travels on a personal odyssey to find the girl who broke a thousand-year-old Sicilian tradition that allowed kidnap and rape in pursuit of marriage. In the process, Galli uncovers a family secret, encounters the long arm of the Mafia, and discovers new strengths in herself as she successfully completes her quest.
The Day Tomorrow Said No is a leadership book with a bold call to action: To change the conversation about and the leadership of the future of work.
Averse to marriage, brazen flame-haired beauty Catherine Hardwick finds herself changing her mind when she nearly runs the Earl of Granby down with her stallion, a chance encounter that leads to undeniable passion. Original.
Bob Odenkirk and David Cross, creators of HBO's classic sketch comedy show Mr. Show, present to you this collection of never-before-seen scripts and ideas that Hollywood couldn't find the gumption to green-light. Simply put... Hollywood Said No! Since Mr. Show closed up shop, Bob and David have kept busy with many projects--acting in fun, successful, movies and TV shows, directing things, and complaining about stuff that didn't turn out well to anyone who would listen, and even alone, in silence, inside their own heads. Hollywood Said No! reveals the full-length, never-before-seen scripts for Bob and David Make a Movie (fleshed out with brand-new storyboards by acclaimed artist Mike Mitchell) and Hooray For America!: a satirical power-house indictment of all that you hold dear. This tome also includes a bonus section of orphaned sketch ideas from the Mr. Show days and beyond, suitable for performance by church groups that aren't all koo-koo about religion. What you are looking at online, and are about to buy, is chock-full of comic twists, turns, and maybe a few hard truths. We said "maybe," but what we mean was "probably not." Now, for the first time, take a peek at the scripts that didn't get the go-ahead and ponder a world we can only dream about...and beyond!
- Author : Scotland. High Court of Justiciary
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 1855
- Genre : Law reports, digests, etc
- Pages : 231
- ISBN : UOM:35112105152716
Do you believe in the existence of a literal Hell? In this compelling, yet disturbing account of a near death experience, author Sue Jones takes us on a journey through the abyss. She stood at the gates of Hell, in the demon infested darkness known only as the outer region, and was driven by guilt and condemnation to enter those dark portals- "When Mercy Said No"! She called on the name of Jesus, and then there was Light. Her expert weaving of words creates a picture that cannot be driven from the mind and leaves us with no doubt that Sue was merely a vessel in the hands of the Holy Spirit.
Fiction, Reading Recovery Level 19, F&P Level K, DRA2 Level 20, Theme Character Analysis, Stage Transitional-Early Fluent, Character N/A
A true story of incredible courage about how a young student and her friends stood up to fascism in Nazi Germany – part of the True Adventures series Nazi Germany, 1942. As World War Two rages, Sophie Scholl reunites with her beloved brother Hans in Munich. Soon she meets his young student friends. Like her they can take no more of the war. Then leaflets calling for a revolt against Hitler start appearing, put out by a mysterious group called the White Rose. Who are these people? No one knows. But the Gestapo is determined to hunt them down – and suddenly Sophie finds herself in the most terrible danger.
- Author : New Zealand. Parliament. House of Representatives
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 1875
- Genre : New Zealand
- Pages : 231
- ISBN : UCAL:C2686163