Rid Your Relationship of Jealousy, Anxious Attachment, & Unnecessary Conflicts & Build a Love that Lasts with Couple Skills to Overcome Anxiety in Relationships!
Are you constantly getting into fights with your partner because of jealousy and insecurity?
Do you wish there was a way that you can better express your emotions without making your partner feel like they're being under attacked?
Do you want to transform your romantic relationship from volatile and insecure, to happy and thriving?
You're in the right place!
It's a known fact that the more we care about a person, the more susceptible we are to feeling intense negative emotions whenever we feel like the relationship is under threat. While all these feelings are valid, managing and expressing them in a respectful, loving way can be a bit of a challenge.
When conflicts arise, we are often caught between feeling guilty for being mad at our partner and holding them accountable for their actions. The reverse is also true: when we do our partners wrong, it can be hard to take full responsibility for how we acted while still honoring our feelings.
Truth be told, there is no such thing as a "perfect" relationship. It takes a ton of consistent work every day to keep the love, respect, and excitement alive. The good news is that there is a lot we can do to cultivate a happier, stronger, and more secure bond with our loved ones. So, let's get started today!
In "Couple Skills to Overcome Anxiety in Relationships" by relationship expert Edward Miles, you will learn the 21 keys to eliminate jealousy and anxious attachment, overcome couple conflicts, and build a deep connection with your partner. With the help of this book, you and your partner will learn all the tools you need to make love last!
Over the course of this life-changing guide, you and your partner will:
Improve your listening skills and understand each others' feelings and sentiments to avoid jealousy and insecurity
Quickly learn the ...
Genre: Politics & Social Sciences Length: 128 Pages (1,371 KB) Lending: Enabled Added: Aug 7th, 2020
"Don't let insecure thoughts ruin something amazing."
If you want to remove any negative feelings from your relationship and build an inner serenity for you and your partner, this guide could be what you are looking for.
Feeling insecure in a relationship is very hard to handle emotion, but, be in this situation is more common than we can think. In the beginning, we don't understand how much this can affects our life, but then, the voice in our mind starts asking many questions about ourselves, our partner, and our relationship:
- What is wrong with me?
- Is my partner still in love with me?
- I can't live without him/her
- Does he/she understand my feelings?
- Is it normal to have this pressure and anxiety?
Do you ever felt like that? If so, you've probably noticed how this has consequences in your life.
Sometimes it could start with conflicts and communication problems, leading to a sentiment of jealousy and fear of abandonment, creating anxiety or lack of personal space. All these feelings don't allow us to live a healthy love and can cause painful break-ups.
But there is something that you can do to go over the attachment wounds, overcoming your codependency and save your relationship before it is too late.
The fact is that insecurity is part of love and you only need to handle it to take all the benefits that your relationship has to give to your life.
In "Insecure in Love" relationship expert Edward Miles will provide you a step-by-step journey to reach your inner calm and couple happiness with a specific path to follow where you will discover:
The real meaning of Love and Connection in a couple and why sometimes it brings to be insecure in love. What does connect you and your partner? Where anxious and attachment came from? Why you relate the way you do? Understand yourself and the situation around you: this is the point to start.
The secrets to reach the status of "Secure and Happy" in a relationship: simple steps that once learn ...
Genre: Politics & Social Sciences Length: 112 Pages (839 KB) Lending: Enabled Added: Aug 7th, 2020
One of the responsibilities we have to each other is to share stories that provide comfort, encouragement, and hope. To do that we often have to humble ourselves and to even reveal things about ourselves that might be embarrassing. I especially think that young people need to know that their elders were not perfect, were not saints, made numerous mistakes, and often found themselves stranded, abandoned, out-of-control, and destitute. In the course of a lifetime we can choose to either acknowledge God's presence and role in our lives or we can claim that we are "self-made." I reject the whole "self-made" assessment of our own accomplishments and choose to acknowledge God's presence throughout my life.I am, in no way, a biblical scholar. But I am an observer of life. In my very short book, "Never Despair, God Is Always There," I share stories of my own, and stories of others who responded to a blog post I made, that I believe illustrate God's presence, God's mercy, God's love, God's guidance, and God's plan for all of us.
Genre: Politics & Social Sciences Length: 108 Pages (1,458 KB) Lending: Enabled Added: Aug 7th, 2020
Chilling is one of the best words to describe the cases presented in this book, the 7th from the series Solving Cold Cases. These gruesome crimes seemed to hit a dead end... That is until the cases were reopened for investigation and then solved thanks to modern technologies and new investigation techniques.
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For law enforcement, cold cases are the toughest to crack. They are those frustrating cases that just never seem to have any answers, and the longer the cases stay cold, the more difficult they become. The killer could even be right under their noses, yet there's just not enough evidence to make the connection. The case of Angela Kleinsorge, for example, remained unsolved for decades before it was finally proven that she was killed by the guy that lived right across the street!
Sometimes, cold case murders are not even viewed as such. The cold case of Mike Williams fits this bill. Mike was murdered by his best friend during a hunting trip, yet for several years it was believed that he simply fell out of the fishing boat! Cold cases are often complete enigmas until a sudden break in the case presents itself. This book is full of a wide variety of these intriguing mysteries.
Some of the cold cases included inside:
?Helene Pruszynski and Her Killer's Late Remorse
?Pamela Crisler - A Mysterious Midnight Murder
?The Real Killer of Wendy Jo Halison
?Kathy Sanderlin's Killer Caught by his Own Words
?Who Shot Patricia Ann Green?
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Genre: Politics & Social Sciences Length: 66 Pages (3,017 KB) Lending: Enabled Added: Aug 6th, 2020
In the light of better and more detailed administrative databases, this open access book provides statistical tools for evaluating the effects of public policies advocated by governments and public institutions. Experts from academia, national statistics offices and various research centers present modern econometric methods for an efficient data-driven policy evaluation and monitoring, assess the causal effects of policy measures and report on best practices of successful data management and usage. Topics include data confidentiality, data linkage, and national practices in policy areas such as public health, education and employment. It offers scholars as well as practitioners from public administrations, consultancy firms and nongovernmental organizations insights into counterfactual impact evaluation methods and the potential of data-based policy and program evaluation.
Genre: Politics & Social Sciences Length: 496 Pages (11,776 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Aug 6th, 2020
This book explores the development, trends and research of library and information sciences (LIS) in the digital age. Inside, readers will find research and case studies written by LIS experts, educators and theorists, most of whom have visited China, delivered presentations there and drafted their articles based on feedback they received. As a result, readers will discover the LIS issues and concerns that China and the international community have in common.
The book first introduces the opportunities and challenges faced by the library and information literacy profession and discusses the key role of librarians in the future of information literacy education. Next, it covers trends in LIS education by examining the vision of the iSchool movement and detailing its practice in Syracuse University.
The book then covers issues in information seeking and retrieval by showing how visual data mining technology can be used to detect the relationship and pattern between terms on the Q&A of a social media site. It also includes a case study regarding tracing information seeking behavior and usage on a multimedia website.
Next, the book stresses the importance of building an academic accreditation framework for scientific datasets, explores the relationship between bibliometrics and university rankings, and details the birth and development of East Asian Libraries in North America.
Overall, the book offers readers insight into the changing nature of LIS, including the electronic dissemination of information, the impact of the Internet on libraries, the changing responsibilities of library professionals, the new paradigm for evaluating information, and characteristics and functions of today's library personnel.
Genre: Politics & Social Sciences Length: 253 Pages (5,753 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Aug 6th, 2020
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Genre: Politics & Social Sciences Length: 61 Pages (605 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Aug 6th, 2020
??This is a cookbook. This is an adventure novel. This is a love story. This is a tale of survival. This is a spiritual journey. This is a catalog of the oppressions and destructions perpetrated by the machine of mankind. This is a handbook on standing up to the tyranny enacted by a corrupt government through the mechanism of fear. This is a recruitment manual for a global movement of resistance. We are winning. It is time to stand up. Enough is enough. Do what feels right.
??Last winter I was called to Standing Rock to protect the water and my entire world was flipped upside down. I lived in the most amazing, love based, frozen tipi utopia, where I connected with the greatest human beings imaginable, and connected to myself and the universe through the ceremonies of the Lakota people, and through science. I was simultaneously exposed to not only the long list of evils unleashed on our species and planet in the name of money, but witnessed this first hand through a cloud of tear gas and militarized police. It was the greatest experience ever. I mean, I was grilling steaks in a forty below lightening blizzard. You should come over for dinner sometime.
Genre: Politics & Social Sciences Length: 755 Pages (1,128 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Aug 6th, 2020
In this FREE companion ebook to the public television special, Rick Steves' Hunger and Hope, travel expert Rick Steves ventures beyond Europe to learn about the key realities of extreme poverty.
Inside this companion e-book, you'll uncover Rick's firsthand insights on:
How ending world hunger in our lifetime is an attainable goal
The importance of water access, education, women's empowerment, and financial literacy in creating long-term independence
How communities are using smart development to rise out of poverty
Join Rick Steves in Ethiopia and Guatemala and discover how you can make a difference.
Genre: Politics & Social Sciences Length: 112 Pages (6,978 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Aug 6th, 2020
This open access book offers comprehensive information on Wang Yang-ming's life, helping readers identify and grasp the foundations on which his philosophy was established. Though a great man, Wang had an extremely difficult life, full of many hardships. Based on various official histories, Wang's own writings, and his disciples' records, the book explores the legendary life of this ancient philosopher, who not only diligently pursued his objective of living as a sage, but also persistently sought the ideal state of a sage in ideology. The author also shares his own interpretations of the main aspects of Wang's philosophy using simple and straightforward language.
This book will help readers understand and appreciate Wang Yang-ming's extraordinary life, his generous mind, deep thoughts and bright personality, inspiring them to pursue enriching lives. It offers a unique and insightful work for undergraduate students and all others interested in Wang's philosophy and life story.
Genre: Politics & Social Sciences Length: 209 Pages (624 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Aug 5th, 2020
Thinking Through the Cold War represents the first scholarly history of the RAND Corporation from its inception in the waning years of World War II through the organization's strategic diversification from military into social welfare policy analysis in the 1960s and 1970s. The book is based on extensive research in RAND's internal archives, oral history interviews, as well as numerous other primary document collections.
More than an institutional history of RAND, Thinking Through the Cold War uses the RAND Corporation as a window on the complex interaction among national security and social welfare research and policy-making in Cold War America. It argues that the Cold War had deep effects not only on the locus of research and development but also on the process of knowledge production in the United States. The emergence and proliferation of entirely new classes of research institutions during the Cold War altered the structural landscape of American science as well as American democracy. For better or worse, public policy research organizations, of which RAND is the archetype, are now embedded in American public policy-making, and the tools forged at RAND for policy analysis and decision-making are now pervasive. In their rationality, mathematical complexity, and professed objectivity, these tools embody the values and achievements of modern American social science. Yet, by reinforcing centralized, elitist policy-making, their widespread adoption in the federal government may have contributed to the alienation many Americans feel concerning the national government. Historians across the United States are just beginning to untangle the complex implications of the Cold War for American society. Thinking Through the Cold War is a significant step forward in this effort.
Genre: Politics & Social Sciences Length: 646 Pages (1,665 KB) Lending: Enabled Added: Aug 5th, 2020
This book examines the mobilization, role, and trajectory of women rescuers and perpetrators during the 1994 genocide in Rwanda.
While much has been written about the victimization of women during the 1994 genocide in Rwanda, very little has been said about women who rescued targeted victims or perpetrated crimes against humanity. This book explores and analyzes the role played by women who exercised agency as rescuers and as perpetrators during the genocide in Rwanda. As women, they took actions and decisions within the context of a deeply entrenched patriarchal system that limited their choices.
This work examines two diverging paths of women's agency during this period: to rescue from genocide or to perpetrate genocide. It seeks to answer three questions: First, how were certain Rwandan women mobilized to participate in genocide, and by whom? Second, what were the specific actions of women during this period of violence and upheaval? Finally, what were the trajectories of women rescuers and perpetrators after the genocide? Comparing and contrasting how women rescuers and perpetrators were mobilized, the actions they undertook, and their post-genocide trajectories, and concluding with a broader discussion of the long-term impact of ignoring these women, this book develops a more nuanced and holistic view of women's agency and the genocide in Rwanda.
This book will be of much interest to students of gender studies, genocide studies, African politics and critical security studies.
Genre: Politics & Social Sciences Length: 185 Pages (934 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Aug 5th, 2020
"Proofs of a Conspiracy against all the Religions and Governments of Europe, carried on in the Secret Meetings of Free-Masons, Illuminati and Reading Societies, etc., collected from good authorities" is a book by John Robison alleging clandestine intrigue by the Illuminati and Freemasons. The secret agent monk, Alexander Horn provided much of the material for Robison's allegations. Robison goes through great detail about Adam Weisshaupt, founder of the Order of the Illuminati, and his infiltration of the Free Masons with a grand plan to overturn the social and political order of Europe and his successes.
Genre: Politics & Social Sciences Length: 276 Pages (2,437 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Aug 4th, 2020
This open access book utilizes new data to thoroughly analyze the main factors currently shaping the African housing market. Some of these factors include the supply and demand for housing finance, land tenure security issues, construction cost conundrum, infrastructure provision, and low-cost housing alternatives. Through detailed analysis, the authors investigate the political economy surrounding the continent's housing market and the constraints that behind-the-scenes policy makers need to address in their attempts to provide affordable housing for the majority in need. With Africa's urban population growing rapidly, this study highlights how broad demographic shifts and rapid urbanization are placing enormous pressure on the limited infrastructure in many cities and stretching the economic and social fabric of municipalities to their breaking point. But beyond providing a snapshot of the present conditions of the African housing market, the book offers recommendations and actionable measures for policy makers and other stakeholders on how best to provide affordable housing and alleviate Africa's housing deficit. This work will be of particular interest to practitioners, non-governmental organizations, private sector actors, students and researchers of economic policy, international development, and urban development.
Genre: Politics & Social Sciences Length: 278 Pages (3,171 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Aug 4th, 2020
This volume is the first ever collection devoted to the field of proof-theoretic semantics. Contributions address topics including the systematics of introduction and elimination rules and proofs of normalization, the categorial characterization of deductions, the relation between Heyting's and Gentzen's approaches to meaning, knowability paradoxes, proof-theoretic foundations of set theory, Dummett's justification of logical laws, Kreisel's theory of constructions, paradoxical reasoning, and the defence of model theory.
The field of proof-theoretic semantics has existed for almost 50 years, but the term itself was proposed by Schroeder-Heister in the 1980s. Proof-theoretic semantics explains the meaning of linguistic expressions in general and of logical constants in particular in terms of the notion of proof. This volume emerges from presentations at the Second International Conference on Proof-Theoretic Semantics in Tübingen in 2013, where contributing authors were asked to provide a self-contained description and analysis of a significant research question in this area. The contributions are representative of the field and should be of interest to logicians, philosophers, and mathematicians alike.
Genre: Politics & Social Sciences Length: 289 Pages (4,650 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Aug 4th, 2020
This open access book focuses on trends in educational inequality using twenty years of grade 8 student data collected from 13 education systems by the IEA's Trends in Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS) between 1995 and 2015. While the overall positive association between family socioeconomic status (SES) and student achievement is well documented in the literature, the magnitude of this relationship is contingent on social contexts and is expected to vary by education system. Research on how such associations differ across societies and how the strength of these relationships has changed over time is limited. This study, therefore, addresses an important research and policy question by examining changes in the inequality of educational outcomes due to SES over this 20-year period, and also examines the extent to which the performance of students from disadvantaged backgrounds has improved over time in each education system.
Education systems generally aim to narrow the achievement gap between low- and high-SES students and to improve the performance of disadvantaged students. However, the lack of quantifiable and comprehensible measures makes it difficult to assess and monitor the effect of such efforts. In this study, a novel measure of SES that is consistent across all TIMSS cycles allows students to be categorized into different socioeconomic groups. This measure of SES may also contribute to future research using TIMSS trend data.
Readers will gain new insight into how educational inequality has changed in the education systems studied and how such change may relate to the more complex picture of macroeconomic changes in those societies.
Genre: Politics & Social Sciences Length: 91 Pages (2,073 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Aug 3rd, 2020
This Open Access book analyses the interplay between governing, evaluation and knowledge with an empirical focus on Swedish higher education. It investigates the origins, logics, and mechanisms of evaluation and quality assurance reforms and their dynamic interactions with institutional, national and European policy contexts. The chapters report findings from extensive empirical studies that offer detailed insight into the work of governing in higher education, by giving voice to actors at various levels and positions including the ministry, national agency and University employees. Central themes include the influence of European policy, changing system designs, media relations and quality assurance enactments in University institutions. The book also explores the ways in which an emerging professional cadre, labelled qualocrats, enacts and mediates evaluation and quality assurance policy and practice. Taken together, the expanding evaluation machinery in Swedish higher education highlights the pivotal role of knowledge as a governing resource, and points to special features of evaluation as a particular form of practice that makes knowledge work for governing.
Genre: Politics & Social Sciences Length: 225 Pages (3,078 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Aug 3rd, 2020
This open access book uses a critical sociological perspective to explore contemporary ways of reformulating the governance of crime through genetics. Through the lens of scientific knowledge and genetic technology, Machado and Granja offer a unique perspective on current trends in crime governance. They explore the place and role of genetics in criminal justice systems, and show how classical and contemporary social theory can help address challenges posed by social processes and interactions generated by the uses, meanings, and expectations attributed to genetics in the governance of crime. Cutting-edge methods and research techniques are also integrated to address crucial aspects of this social reality. Finally, the authors examine new challenges emerging from recent paradigm shifts within forensic genetics, moving away from the construction of evidence as presented in court to the production of intelligence guiding criminal investigations.
Genre: Politics & Social Sciences Length: 123 Pages (696 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Aug 2nd, 2020
Analyzing features of Wittgenstein's philosophical work and including in-depth textual analyses, this study investigates the impact of Ludwig Wittgenstein's work on contemporary German and French novelists.
Drawing upon aesthetics, architectural history, philosophy of science, and photography, the book seeks to explain why references both to Wittgenstein as a person, as well as to his work are more pervasive than other equally renowned twentieth century philosophers and asks why some authors such as Händler and Roubaud, are less well-known and only partially translated into English.
Genre: Politics & Social Sciences Length: 305 Pages (3,348 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Aug 2nd, 2020
Open Access in Theory and Practice investigates the theory-practice relationship in the domain of open access publication and dissemination of research outputs.
Drawing on detailed analysis of the literature and current practice in OA, as well as data collected in detailed interviews with practitioners, policymakers, and researchers, the book discusses what constitutes 'theory', and how the role of theory is perceived by both theorists and practitioners. Exploring the ways theory and practice have interacted in the development of OA, the authors discuss what this reveals about the nature of the OA phenomenon itself and the theory-practice relationship.
Open Access in Theory and Practice contributes to a better understanding of OA and, as such, should be of great interest to academics, researchers, and students working in the fields of information science, publishing studies, science communication, higher education policy, business, and economics. The book also makes an important contribution to the debate of the relationship between theory and practice in information science, and more widely across different fields of the social sciences and humanities
Genre: Politics & Social Sciences Length: 332 Pages (3,783 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Aug 2nd, 2020
This work challenges recent neo-pragmatist interpretations of Dewey as a historicist, radically anti-essential thinker. By tracing Dewey's views on the issues of change and permanence, Boisvert demonstrates the way Dewey was able to learn from important scientific discoveries.
Genre: Politics & Social Sciences Length: 227 Pages (934 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Aug 2nd, 2020
This open access book brings together discourse on children and peace from the 15th International Symposium on the Contributions of Psychology to Peace, covering issues pertinent to children and peace and approaches to making their world safer, fairer and more sustainable. The book is divided into nine sections that examine traditional themes (social construction and deconstruction of diversity, intergenerational transitions and memories of war, and multiculturalism), as well as contemporary issues such as Europe's "migration crisis", radicalization and violent extremism, and violence in families, schools and communities. Chapters contextualize each issue within specific social ecological frameworks in order to reflect on the multiplicity of influences that affect different outcomes and to discuss how the findings can be applied in different contexts. The volume also provides solutions and hope through its focus on youth empowerment and peacebuilding programs for children and families. This forward-thinking volume offers a multitude of views, approaches, and strategies for research and activism drawn from peace psychology scholars and United Nations researchers and practitioners.This book's multi-layered emphasis on context, structural determinants of peace and conflict, and use of research for action towards social cohesion for children and youth has not been brought together in other peace psychology literature to the same extent. Children and Peace: From Research to Action will be a useful resource for peace psychology academics and students, as well as social and developmental psychology academics and students, peace and development practitioners and activists, policy makers who need to make decisions about the matters covered in the book, child rights advocates and members of multilateral organizations such as the UN.
Genre: Politics & Social Sciences Length: 419 Pages (5,547 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Aug 2nd, 2020
This open access book provides an exploration of the consequences of the ontological differences between natural and social objects (sometimes described as objects of nature and objects of thought) in the workings of causal and agency relationships. One of its important and possibly original conclusions is that causal and agency relationships do not encompass all of the dependent relationships encountered in social life. The idea that social reality is contingent has been known (and largely undisputed) at least since Wittgenstein's "On Certainty", but social science, and most notably economics has continued to operate on the basis of causal and agency theories borrowed or adapted from the natural sciences. This volume contains essays that retain and justify the partial or qualified use of this approach and essays that totally reject any use of causal and agency theory built on determined facts (closed systems).The rejection is based on the possibly original claim that, whereas causation in the objects of the natural sciences reside in their properties, human action is a matter of intentionality. It engages with critical realist theory and re-examines the role of free will in theories of human action in general and economic theory in particular.
Genre: Politics & Social Sciences Length: 186 Pages (544 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Aug 1st, 2020
"The 2004 CIA World Factbook" by United States. Central Intelligence Agency. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten?or yet undiscovered gems?of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.
Genre: Politics & Social Sciences Length: 7,553 Pages (5,058 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Jul 31st, 2020