A fiction debut that will leave you wanting seconds, from an award-winning cookbook author. Claire “Neely” O’Neil is a pastry chef of extraordinary talent. Every great chef can taste shimmering, elusive flavors that most of us miss, but Neely can “taste” feelings—cinnamon makes you remember; plum is pleased with itself; orange is a wake-up call. When flavor and feeling give Neely a glimpse of someone’s inner self, she can customize her creations to help that person celebrate love, overcome fear, even mourn a devastating loss. Maybe that’s why she feels the need to go home to Millcreek Valley at a time when her life seems about to fall apart. The bakery she opens in her hometown is perfect, intimate, just what she’s always dreamed of—and yet, as she meets her new customers, Neely has a sense of secrets, some dark, some perhaps with tempting possibilities. A recurring flavor of alarming intensity signals to her perfect palate a long-ago story that must be told. Neely has always been able to help everyone else. Getting to the end of this story may be just what she needs to help herself.
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The author of The Cake Therapist returns with another sweet and emotional tale featuring Neely, the baker with a knack for finding exactly the right flavor for any occasion... A crisp tang of citrus that is at once poignant and familiar, sharpening the senses and opening the mind to possibilities once known and long forgotten... Claire “Neely” Davis is no ordinary pastry chef. Her flavor combinations aren’t just a product of a well-honed palate: she can “taste” people’s emotions, sensing the ingredients that will touch her customers’ souls. Her gift has never failed her—until she meets a free-spirited bride-to-be and her overbearing society mother. The two are unable to agree on a single wedding detail, and their bickering leaves Neely’s intuition frustratingly silent—right when she needs it most. Between trying to navigate a divorce, explore a new relationship, and handle the reappearance of her long-absent father, Neely is struggling to make sense of her own conflicting emotions, much less those of her hard-to-please bride. But as she embarks on a flavorful quest to craft the perfect wedding celebration, she’ll uncover a family history that sheds light on both the missing ingredients and her own problems—and illustrates how the sweet and sour in life often combine to make the most delicious memories...
Fay Merryweather loves her home on Honeysuckle Lane, but running her tea rooms, looking after her mother and trying to be a good girlfriend and sister doesn't leave her with much spare time. When she does get a moment, she finds herself at the bottom of her garden, full of lovely blossoms and gorgeous blooms, sitting alongside the peaceful canal that runs through her hometown. It is her favourite place. Then Danny Wilde walks into her life. He makes Fay feel things she's never felt before and try as she might to resist, she is inexplicably drawn to him. But when a sudden tragedy strikes, her entire world is thrown off balance and she doesn't know which way to turn.
- Author : Cressida McLaughlin
- Publisher : HarperCollins UK
- Release Date : 2019-07-25
- Genre : Fiction
- Pages : 100
- ISBN : 9780008332174
Part Four of the charming new series from the author of The Canal Boat Cafe. Perfect for cake lovers and old-fashioned romantics!
- Author : Margaret Lowenfeld
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 1964
- Genre : Child psychiatry
- Pages : 43
- ISBN : CORNELL:31924014097855
Self-help tools that work with--or without--the aid of a therapist How to Be Your Own Therapist provides tools for those who want to replace unhealthy behaviors with actions that bring satisfaction and success. Drawing from her 20 years as a licensed therapist, Dr. Patricia Farrell has developed an approach that enables individuals to manage their own lives by reclaiming the personal power to take action. With intelligence and insight, Dr. Farrell shares the innovative techniques and exercises that promote successful results in her own patients--patients whom Farrell quickly enables to move into independent problem-solving action. Also included here are dozens of proven self-assessment tests, compelling case studies, and helpful symptom-identification sidebars. Her "power tools" include how to: Fire one's parents Quit whining Make lots of mistakes Stick up for oneself
Its use of actual therapist-client dialogue and treatment of current issues such as "brief" therapy provide readers with a snapshot of the real world of child counseling. This practical case studies book gathers the varied case work of 16 extraordinary counselors and therapists to bring readers face-to-face with actual counselors and troubled children.
- Author : Robert Langs
- Publisher : New Concept Press
- Release Date : 1985
- Genre : Communication
- Pages : 304
- ISBN : 0931231027
- Author : Guus van der Veer
- Publisher : Wiley
- Release Date : 1998-08-21
- Genre : Psychology
- Pages : 206
- ISBN : 0471982261
The first edition of this book was acclaimed as a practical, insightful and humane guide for professionals in mental health, social work and voluntary and government agencies who are concerned with the care of refugees and other victims of political and military violence. These professionals can develop feelings of irritation, disappointment and hopelessness when their work seems not to have the expected result. Successful counselling and therapy require empathy with such victims of traumatic events. But empathy must be based on, and combined with, expertise and knowledge that is both scientific and research-based, and focused on the special needs of these victims. This book is written from the first-hand experience of a world expert in this field, and provides A practical guide to clinical work with adult, child and adolescent victims A conceptual framework which places treatment in the context of the main therapeutic approaches A review of the research evidence that supports these methods of assessment and treatment Many clinical examples and a full consideration of the special problems of communication across cultures and language barriers Recognition of the special problems for professionals and volunteers dealing with these clients This new edition reflects the latest scientific and clinical work and knowledge, and will be essential for mental health professionals as well as for a wider readership of social, legal and administrative professionals who are concerned with the wellbeing of these victims. "A supremely accessible, comprehensive text on the effects of detention, torture, rape, exile, and culture shock, and how to understand and effectively help victims. It is also a vivid insight into traumatization and transgenerational suffering, and into transcultural and transtheoretical therapy. Harrowing yet timely, essential reading for frontline therapists and counsellors." —Colin Feltham, PhD, Sheffield Hallam University
Drama. Asian & Asian American Studies. African & African American Studies. Latino/Latina Studies. Women's Studies. Gay, Lesbian and Transgender Studies. This collection of 20 plays creatively explores the HIV/AIDS crisis, especially as women of color in the United States experience it. POSITIVE/NEGATIVE looks at both individual and community issues, ranging from deeply personal reckonings with grief and anger to the broader institutional problems of homophobia, racism, sexism, poverty, and access to health care.