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60 postcards the inspirational story of a young woman's journey to celebrate her mother, one postcard at a time / Chadwick, Rachel
Sixty postcards
The heartfelt and uplifting story of how a project to scatter 60 Postcards in memory of her mother helped a young girl come to terms with her loss.

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Becoming an ally to the gender-expansive child : a guide for parents and carers / Bianchi, Anna

When Anna Bianchi's grandchild asked, "Nanny, you do know I'm a girl, don't you?", Anna recognised this as a pivotal, and daunting, moment in their relationship. She knew that to answer her grandchild, who had been assigned male at birth, her own attitudes, assumptions and beliefs about gender would need to be examined. With reassuring honesty and openness, Anna draws deeply on four areas: her own experience, current research, interviews with children and their families, and a discussion of power, both in society and between children and adults. She shows how the inner journey of the adult inevitably impacts on the outer journey of the child and, given the significance of this, offers a step-by-step guide to becoming an ally to the gender-expansive child.

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Cringeworthy : a theory of awkwardness / Dahl, Melissa.
Theory of awkwardness
Interpersonal relations
Self-consciousness (Sensitivity)

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Healing from a narcissistic relationship : a caretaker's guide to recovery, empowerment, and transformation / Fjelstad, Margalis

Enabling (Psychology)
Narcissists -- Friends and associates.

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How to fix a broken heart / Winch, Guy

Loss (Psychology)

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I thought there would be cake / Society For Promoting Christian Knowledge (Great Britain)

"Growing up, Katharine Welby-Roberts imagined that being an adult was one big party. But depression, anxiety and crippling self-doubt led her to alienate herself from others. To replay events and encounters as nightmares. Occasionally, to be unable to leave the house. Aware of the cacophony of voices in her head, Katharine invites us to join her as she journeys to the depths of her soul. Here, with instinctive honesty and humour, she confronts the parts of her story that hinder her most. As she charts a course that offers ways of coping with everyday issues, we are encouraged to embrace our own self-worth. To recognize the value of our existence. To let ourselves be loved. Exactly as we are."--Page [4] of cover.

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Spartan strong : what it takes to overcome every obstacle / Marshall, Bethany

Mental discipline
Motivation (Psychology)
Obstacle racing
Self-actualization (Psychology)
Self-help publications.
Success -- Psychological aspects