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Based on Tibetan Buddhism and written for a Western audience, this is a practical guide to transforming one's life by understanding the nature of love and managing one's anger.

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Marc Silver's wife Marsha was diagnosed with breast cancer 3 years before this book was published in 2004. He wrote this book to provide practical advice and direction to partners and carers of other women who have cancer. It includes chapters on dealing with diagnosis, talking to children, attending appointments, coping during treatment, facing death

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This books shows how feminine wildness is both a positive and a necessary quality for women to carry and cultivate. It argues that woman's genuine nature has been repressed for centuries by a value system that trivializes emotional truth, intuitive wisdom and instinctual self-confidence. It draws on a huge range of myths and stories to

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A collection of poetry which reflects the Australian author's time spent in Ireland. Themes include: love and death, attachment to place and a growing sense of identity.

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This book is for anyone who needs to talk to a young person about an adult with cancer, providing a starting point and some ideas to ease the way. It covers the entire cancer journey, from breaking the news about a cancer diagnosis to coping with life after treatment. It includes many family stories, ideas

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