Follow Willow on the journey where she discovers what God says about her voice when a little hummingbird visits in her garden.
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"A chalice of wisdom for our time."—Ernest L. Rossi, Ph.D., C.J. Jung Institute of Los Angeles Milton H. Erickson has been called the most influential hypnotherapist of our time. Part of his therapy was his use of teaching tales, which through shock, surprise, or confusion—with genius use of questions, puns, and playful humor—helped people to see their situations in a new way. In this book Sidney Rosen has collected over one hundred of the tales. Presented verbatim and accompanied by Dr. Rosen's commentary, they are grouped under such headings as Motivating Tales, Reframing, and Capturing the Innocent Eye.
This book reveals a silent world through the voice of an insightful, articulate young adult with autism. It gives perspectives from those who have known him from diagnosis in early childhood through to independent adult life. After each chapter, the author presents "reflections" that highlight the key issues pertinent to autism.
Growing up African American in segregated Arkansas in the 1950s, Barbara Hendricks witnessed firsthand the painful struggle for civil rights. After graduation from the Juilliard School of Music, Hendricks immediately won a number of important international prizes, and began performing in recitals and operas throughout the world. A Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations High Commission for Refugees, she is as devoted to humanitarian work as she is to her music. Always the anti-diva, Hendricks is a down-to-earth and straightforward woman, whether singing Mozart or black spirituals. She challenges stereotypes and puts the music first and presents a warm, engaging, and honest self-portrait of one of the great women of music.
This book is about emotion, and on these pages you will be taking a walk in my shoes. To feel, imagine, and contemplate a life that isnt your own. Poetry in its greatest form is brought out from secrets held close, moments you only wish to forget, those times you sit thinking "I only feel this". There are poems for everyone and some you can relate to, be it a life mistake or a loved one no longer there. Understand that the words bound to these pages have only been for my eyes, though some shown on Writers Cafe to friendly poets now passes to the world. As the reader will see sadness, joy and love, find hope in dark times. Now I open the doors to an unspoken voice, each scream that resides deep in this soul welcomes everyone.
Russell 'The Voice' Watson is a star with a real story to tell. While most stars of today find success early, Russell was still working in a Salford factory at the age of 30. He spent the evenings singing in working men's clubs for extra cash to keep the bailiffs from his family's door. The chairman of Manchester United gave him his big break in May 1999: the opportunity to sing at Old Trafford. His extraordinary performance was quickly followed by a record deal and his phenomenal debut album. Despite his outward success, Russell struggled with his health and family life. His rapid rise to fame led to a bitter divorce from his childhood sweetheart and his private life being splashed across the tabloids. Then last year he was struck down by a life-threatening brain tumour. This plunged Russell into a deep depression and it was only the thought of leaving his two children fatherless that kept him going. Just when it seemed he was fully recovered he collapsed again while recording and had to have emergency surgery on a second brain tumour that threatened his voice, his sight and his life. Now, in his own words, Russell tells us the amazing story of his life.
Blessed with one of the richest and most distinctive voices in the music business, Elkie Brooks has been entertaining people around the world since the age of fifteen - and even longer, if you count the weddings and bar mitzvahs at which she was asked to perform in her native Manchester as a young girl! It was Don Arden, father of Sharon Osbourne and the notorious 'Mr Big' of the music world, who discovered her, making her change her name from Bookbinder and sending her on a tour of Germany. It was make or break for the still raw Elkie, but as always her voice won through. She went on to become part of cult rock groups such as Dada and Vinegar Joe, before establishing herself as one of the UK's most successful female vocalists. Yet the road to stardom was never an easy one. But for the support of Elkie's great friend Humphrey Lyttelton, she says she might have been dead from drink. She has experienced hardships that would have daunted most, and dealt with them with the same spirit, grit and humour that make her singing so powerful. Along the way she has worked with many of the biggest names in the business and recorded some of the most iconic songs in rock history, including 'Lilac Wine', 'Sunshine After the Rain' and her signature tune, 'Pearl's A Singer'. In Finding My Voice, Elkie tells her remarkable story in her own unique voice, laying bare the reality of stardom and sharing her commitment to the great passion of her life - music.
Finding My Voice: One Girl’s Story of Sexual Abuse is the story of an adolescent girl’s experience of sexual abuse and her subsequent disclosure. It describes the challenges adolescents may experience as they struggle to deal with the impact of sexual abuse. This story highlights one girl’s journey of resilience and self-discovery. This book is an excellent therapeutic tool for children/adolescents, and therapists working in the field. This book can also be used for parents, teachers and educators as a tool to help youth who have experienced sexual abuse. --- Learning to Cope: One Boy’s Story of Sexual Abuse is the story of an adolescent boy’s experience of sexual and his subsequent disclosure. It describes the challenges adolescents may experience as they struggle to deal with the impact of sexual abuse. This story highlights one boy’s journey of learning how to cope and trusting others again. This book is an excellent therapeutic tool for children/adolescents, and therapists working in the field. This book can also be used for parents, teachers and educators as a tool to help youth who have experienced sexual abuse.