The Sexual Ecstasy Workbook The Path of SkyDancing Trantra

Personality

The Sexual Ecstasy Workbook: The Path of SkyDancing Trantra by Margot Anand, Philip Duane Johncock
After Long Silence: A Memoir by Helen Fremont
Eliminating Gender-Based Violence
Staying Attached: Fathers and Children in Troubled Times
Diet Rehab: 28 Days to Finally Stop Craving the Foods That Make You Fat by Mike Dow, Antonia Blyth

The Sexual Ecstasy Workbook: The Path of SkyDancing Trantra by Margot Anand, Philip Duane Johncock

English | February 3rd, 2005 | ASIN: B001ODO65W, ISBN: 1585423971 | 128 pages | EPUB | 2.12 MB

A concise, illustrated workbook to Tantric lovemaking by the bestselling author of Sexual Ecstasy and The Art of Sexual Ecstasy.
The Sexual Ecstasy Workbook is the perfect practical guide for the countless lovers who complain that sexual harmony is so easily broken and that love, rather than being pure bliss, is more like walking through a minefield-where at any moment a false move can turn off enthusiasm and snuff out all chances for orgasmic satisfaction.
Problematic situations readers will learn how to successfully maneuver include:
• She is turned on and wants to make love, but doesn’t dare express it.
• He wants her, but she seems so busy that he doesn’t dare interrupt and ask.
• The world-in the form of ringing cell phones, paging beepers, droning television, and domestic duties-prevents the focused intimacy that is the core of bliss.
• Awkwardness-not knowing how to caress-turns lovemaking into a burdensome chore.
The Sexual Ecstasy Workbook presents a user-friendly, step-by-step method for connecting more deeply with one’s ecstatic potential, erotic goals, and ability to appreciate one’s self and one’s partner.

After Long Silence: A Memoir by Helen Fremont

English | August 10th, 2011 | ASIN: B005DB6PZK, ISBN: 0385333692, 0385333706 | 368 pages | EPUB | 3.41 MB

“To this day, I don’t even know what my mother’s real name is.”

Helen Fremont was raised as a Roman Catholic. It wasn’t until she was an adult, practicing law in Boston, that she discovered her parents were Jewish–Holocaust survivors living invented lives. Not even their names were their own. In this powerful memoir, Helen Fremont delves into the secrets that held her family in a bond of silence for more than four decades, recounting with heartbreaking clarity a remarkable tale of survival, as vivid as fiction but with the resonance of truth.
Driven to uncover their roots, Fremont and her sister pieced together an astonishing story: of Siberian Gulags and Italian royalty, of concentration camps and buried lives. After Long Silence is about the devastating price of hiding the truth; about families; about the steps we take, foolish or wise, to protect ourselves and our loved ones. No one who reads this book can be unmoved, or fail to understand the seductive, damaging power of secrets.
What Fremont and her sister discover is an astonishing story: one of Siberian gulags and Italian royalty, of concentration camps and buried lives. AFTER LONG SILENCE is about the devastating price of hiding the truth; about families; about the steps we take, foolish or wise, to protect ourselves and our loved ones. No one who reads this book can be unmoved, or fail to understand the seductive, damaging power of secrets.

Eliminating Gender-Based Violence

Routledge | English | 2018 | ISBN-10: 1138924334 | 200 pages | PDF | 2.82 mb

by Ann Taket (Editor), Beth R. Crisp (Editor)
While promoting access to resources and systems of support for those affected by gender-based violence is absolutely crucial, this new book focuses attention on the important question of how communities can take action to prevent violence and abuse.
Using examples of current research and practice, the book explores the actions that can be taken in individual sectors of society, our schools, faith communities, campuses, on our streets and using new popular technologies. The contributors draw on global examples to highlight the importance of learning from the study of the interaction between socio-political contexts and effective policies and strategies to address gender-based violence. Chapters take up the challenge of exploring the construction of effective programmes that address cognitive, affective and behavioural domains. They discuss what people know, how they feel and how they behave, and include the important challenge of how to engage men in working towards the elimination of gender-based violence, offering positive messages which build on men’s values and predisposition to act in a positive manner. Importantly, such strategies place the responsibility for preventing gender-based violence on the society as a whole rather than on vulnerable individuals.
This book is essential reading for anyone interested in gender studies, women’s studies, social work, sociology, law and health studies. Its unique approach focuses on the achievement of prevention at the earliest possible stage and examines the issue through a society-wide, but community-focused lens

Staying Attached: Fathers and Children in Troubled Times

Karnac Books | English | 2018 | ISBN-10: 1782205942 | 352 pages | PDF | 1.77 mb

by Gill Gorell Barnes (Author)
This book is about the changing social contexts for fathering in the United Kingdom since the end of the Second World War and the social moves from patriarchal fatherhood to the multiple ways of doing “dad.” The book questions why fathers have been marginalized by therapists working with children and families. It proposes that theories of psychotherapy, including attachment theory, have failed to sufficiently take fathers’ love for their children and the reality of changing social fatherhoods into account, consequently affecting related practice. Different contemporary family structures and multiple variations of relationship between fathers and children are considered in this book.
Many fathers, brought up within earlier patriarchal frameworks for viewing fatherhood are still trying to exercise these structures within the contexts of rapid change in expectations of men as fathers. They may find themselves in troubled and oppositional relations with partners and often children. Examples are given for thinking about fathers in different relationship transitions, including “non-live-in” fatherhoods, re-entering children’s lives after long absences, fathering following acrimonious divorce, and a range of social fatherhoods. Depression and mental illness are addressed. Work developed with fathers to keep them connected to their children, both in and out of the family court, is described and explored.

Diet Rehab: 28 Days to Finally Stop Craving the Foods That Make You Fat by Mike Dow, Antonia Blyth

English | December 27th, 2011 | ASIN: B006N4C6YA, ISBN: 1583335048, 1583334424 | 308 pages | EPUB | 1.18 MB

Foods can create chemical reactions in the brain similar to those experienced from drugs. Recent scientific research has shown that it takes two days to detox from cocaine but TWO WEEKS to detox from junk food. It’s simply not our fault we crave certain foods; we’re addicted to how they make us feel.
But using training from the world-famous Betty Ford Center in California, Dr Mike Dow will guide you through his pain-free 28-day weight-loss programme. Watch the pounds drop off!
Dr Dow shows us how to withdraw painlessly from bad foods and looks at why we craved them in the first place. In just four weeks, you will have lost weight and be completely free from all your food cravings.
Check into Dr Dow’s Diet Rehab and rid yourself of all your food addictions.