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Life After Perfect

Author: Nancy Naigle
Publisher: Montlake Romance
ISBN: 9781477829493
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Katherine Barclift had it all: the perfect job, the perfect car, and what she thought was the perfect marriage. But when her entire world collapses in one stomach-churning instant, she hits the road and keeps driving until that so-called perfect life is just a dot in her rearview mirror. A chance encounter leads her to make a pit stop in Boot Creek, a drowsy little North Carolina town where she can call herself Katy, soak up the peace and quiet and drink in the bluer-than-blue eyes of Derek Hansen, a local doctor still wrestling with his own painful past. Both Katy and Derek are wary about giving romance another shot, but they can t deny the intense attraction between them. And if being in Boot Creek has taught them anything, it s to take life as it comes and never pass up a chance at true love no matter how wounded your heart may be."

Life After Wifey

Author: Kiki Swinson
Publisher: Kensington Books
ISBN: 9780758229038
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Nikki searches for Kira's killer while dating Syncere, a drug dealer about whom she knows information that could either put him and his friends and jail - or get her killed. Reprint.

Changing Course

Author: William Alan Sadler
ISBN: 9780979351051
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The primary message in Changing Course is the compelling need for people to rethink retirement. Based on twenty years research, the book presents unique stories of how pioneers over fifty are showing the way to positive aging. The book is a full frontal assault on retirement-as-leisure, an obsolete, life-threatening concept that should have been retired twenty years ago. Changing Course underscores risks inherent in stereotypical views of aging and offers both grounded theory and practical lessons for fresh perspectives on aging. It contrasts conventional approaches to aging with creative ideas for aging successfully. Changing Course gives pointed advice on five major risks facing people approaching retirement, and suggests specific steps for managing those risks. It also includes seventeen sensible lessons from third age pioneers as a summary of how to change course. The book therefore serves as a navigational chart of sorts to help middle aged individuals explore the myriad possibilities for growth and success in their fifties, sixties, and beyond. Changing Course also presents the innovative concept of Third Age Careers as part of a mix of activities, called a Third Age Portfolio, needed to age successfully. Further, it discusses how organizations will need to employ people over fifty to avoid a capability gap as Boomers retire in droves in the next decade. If you want life after fifty to be an exhilarating new start, rather than a depressing dull finish, this book is for you.

The Perfect Life

Author: Monte J. Perepelkin
Publisher: BookBaby
ISBN: 1543902510
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After miscalculating a treacherous triple jump at the Lethbridge Arenacross in Alberta, top-three Canadian professional cross-country dirt bike competitor Monte Perepelkin regained consciousness after three days in the hospital to find himself paralyzed from the neck down. His condition was irreversible. Perepelkin, who had turned thirty just thirty-four days earlier, faced living the rest of his life confined to a wheelchair. “The Perfect Life” is the soul-piercing true life account of a pro off-road motorcycle racer who thought he lost everything when he lost the use of his limbs. But after clawing through a dark forest of adversity, he discovered something far more valuable than any able-bodied life had to offer. In “The Perfect Life,” Perepelkin’s raw honesty will take you on a roller-coaster ride of emotions. While the narrative narrowly focuses on the events that led to his introduction to motocross, arenacross, cross-country, hare scrambles racing, and his development into a nationally competitive racer, the story delves deeply into the mental and physical struggles he faced after his accident, including sexual intimacy as a quadriplegic, and the long and circuitous route he traveled to acceptance. A more contemplative side of the book focuses on faith, purpose, and existence and adds surprising depth to the story. The impact of Perepelkin’s genuine loss will tug at your emotions and lead you deep into thought. “The Perfect Life” is an educational journey as well as a spiritual one. It’s a life story that gnaws away and, by means of a follow-up book, reveals the answers to life’s most important questions.

Life After Death

Author: William Landon
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 059562622X
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THERE ARE FEW SUBJECTS IN HUMAN THOUGHT THAT RAISE SUCH STRONG EMOTIONS AS THE AFTERLIFE. What if anything, awaits us after we leave this physical world? Are we reincarnated to try to "get it right" through another life? Do we simply vanish? Do we enter some state of bliss or torment based on our good deeds or lack of them? It seems that there is no end of conjecture offered by human religion and philosophy on this subject. Yet, most of this seems to be nothing more than baseless speculation. As we have no evidence (indeed, we cannot have any physical evidence) of what becomes of us after our physical death, it appears that we have no choice but to pick the idea that is most appealing to us and go with it. It is true enough that we will ultimately pick the idea of the afterlife that we choose to believe to be correct, yet this is a matter of sufficiently great importance to warrant our choosing wisely. The source of information we choose to accept as the correct depiction of the afterlife is one of the most critical decisions we will ever make. While this will ultimately be a matter of belief, we owe it to ourselves to make our choice based on what these sources actually say and not on what we think they say or what others tell us they say. This book is presented as a look at the Bible's teaching on the subject of the afterlife and the choices available to us for an existence after this present life is over. The findings presented in this book are at considerable variance with the teachings of traditional institutional Christian church doctrine and dogma. It is the author's hope that the points presented here will give the reader a different perspective of the biblical view of life, death and afterlife.

Finding Life After Losing One

Author: Nikki King
Publisher: Cedar Fort
ISBN: 1462125948
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You are not alone. The pain of losing a child to death is real. Friends, family, and parents of children of all ages who have passed on will find an empathetic voice in this book full of real-life advice from parents who’ve been there. Filled with practical help and relatable stories, this book addresses every thought and emotion experienced while mourning to help you remember and honor the ones you’ve lost, while moving forward. Parents will learn what to do.Friends can learn what to say (and what to avoid saying).All will discover new ways to preserve precious memories, experience comfort, receive peace, and have their feelings of hope renewed. Wherever you are on your journey, Finding Life after Losing One will help you reclaim your sense of purpose and feel the love of those who understand what you're going through.

It S Not About Perfect

Author: Shannon Miller
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 1466850841
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"When the odds were against me, I was always at my best." When she retired at age 19, Shannon Miller did so as one of the most recognizable gymnasts in the country. The winner of seven Olympic medals and the most decorated gymnast, male or female, in U.S. history, Shannon tells a story of surviving and thriving. A shy, rambunctious girl raised in Oklahoma, Shannon fell in love with gymnastics at a young age and fought her way to the top. In 1992 she won five Olympic medals after breaking her elbow in a training accident just months prior to the Games. Then, in 1996, a doctor advised her to retire immediately or face dire consequences if she chose to compete on her injured wrist. Undeterred, Shannon endured the pain and led her team, the "Magnificent Seven," to the first Olympic team gold medal for the United States in gymnastics. She followed up as the first American to win gold on the balance beam. Equally intense, heroic and gratifying is the story of her brutal but successful battle with ovarian cancer, a disease from which fewer than fifty percent survive. Relying on her faith and hard-learned perseverance, Shannon battled through surgery and major chemotherapy to emerge on the other side with a miracle baby girl. Her story of trial, triumph and life after cancer reminds us all that its life's bumps and bruises that reveal our character. From early on in her career, Shannon knew that life wasn't about perfection. In this incredible and inspirational tale, Shannon speaks out so as to be seen and heard by thousands as a beacon of hope.

Your Perfect Life

Author: Liz Fenton
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 147673058X
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Two childhood best friends wake up the morning after their twentieth high school reunion to discover that they’ve switched bodies in this hilarious and heartwarming debut by two childhood best friends. With “a delicious, page-turning premise, and sweet and surprising insights” (New York Times bestselling author Jen Lancaster), Your Perfect Life perfectly illustrates that old adage: Sometimes, you have to walk a mile in someone else’s shoes to see what’s in her heart. Best friends since childhood, Casey and Rachel couldn’t lead more different lives. While workaholic Casey rubs elbows with celebrities daily as the host of Gossip TV and comes home nightly to an empty apartment, stay-at-home mom Rachel juggles an “oops” baby, two fiery teenagers, and a husband who barely seems the man she fell in love with two decades before. After an argument at their twentieth high school reunion, Casey and Rachel throw back shots to get the night back on track. Instead, they get a life-changing hangover. Waking up in each other’s bodies the next morning, they must figure out how to navigate their altered realities. Rachel is forced to face the broadcasting dreams she gave up when she got pregnant in college, and Casey finally steps out of the spotlight to face the real reason why she’s alone. And they soon discover that they don’t know themselves—or their best friend—nearly as well as they thought they did. Liz Fenton and Lisa Steinke bring their “witty, winning style” (Sarah Pekkanen, author of The Best of Us) to every page of this novel that is sure to please fans of In Her Shoes and The Opposite of Me. Your Perfect Life is a story of humor and heart about two best friends, what they didn’t know about each other, and how, by switching lives, each learns to appreciate her own.

Overcoming My Perfect Storm

Author: Douglas M. Clark
ISBN: 9781524674281
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When author Douglas M. Clark's perfect storm came and washed away his position, possessions, and popularity, his value--at least as he saw it--plummeted. With a failed marriage, a deep depression, and a soul-splitting loss of purpose, he was left feeling lost, alone, stranded, listless, claustrophobic, and disconnected. As Clark has worked to reestablish a life worth living, he's uncovered practical tools, life insights, and powerful hard truths regarding a wide range of subjects: imperfection, hope, purpose, the mind, words, friends, forgiveness, gratitude, and attitude. While he doesn't have it all figured out, he's learned a lot, and he hopes that through this guide, he can help himself and others navigate their perfect storms. Here Clark shares his story and describes the wisdom that helped him weather the storm and come out the other side. This self-help guide and personal narrative presents an exploration of advice and life lessons learned by a man as he endured a perfect storm of crises in his life.