began showing me some things about fear. “Fear Not” Means “Don't Run!” .... Fear not; stand still (firm, confident, undismayed) and see the salvation of the Lord which He will work for you today.... Exodus 14:13 What I perceived God was ...
You Can Live Your Life Free from All Fear! Many people live their entire lives crippled and bound by fear. Whether it is the fear of dying or the fear of a bad haircut, it makes life miserable! Fear cannot be wished away . . . it must be confronted and dealt with through the Word of God. We have to show fear that it is not going to rule us! In this powerful book, bestselling author Joyce Meyer offers answers from the Scriptures and from her own experience revealing the way out of this particular bondage. You will learn how to face fear head-on with the Word of God and use the "keys of the kingdom" to keep it out of your life. Joyce also explains these life-changing truths: perfect love casts out fear, and prayer plays an important role in combating it. Don't let intimidation and fear rule your life one more day! Break the back of fear and be set free today!
Straight Talk on Stuttering
Release on 2004 | by Lloyd M. Hulit
The danger inherent in avoidance is that it causes the stutterer's fear of the target word or situation to increase, and I trust the cruel irony will not go unnoticed. He uses avoidance in the first place because he is afraid he will ...
This new and expanded second edition is written for people who stutter and for those who interact with people who stutter, including caregivers, teachers, and speech-language pathologists. The text is presented in two parts. The first part includes basic information about the disorder and addresses common questions that people have about stuttering: What is stuttering? What causes it? How does it develop? Can it be prevented? This section also includes a new chapter entitled Living with Stuttering. The second part of the book discusses effective therapy approaches used with both children and adults who stutter. This part includes another new chapter, Evaluating People Who Stutter. The text is written in a very reader-friendly and practical manner. It represents a reasonably thorough review of what is known about stuttering and offers bottom-line conclusions rather than theoretical speculations and research findings that arrived at these conclusions. While the text includes the technical language used by speech-language pathologists in reference to stuttering, great care has been taken to explain each term. In addition, the book includes a helpful glossary. This unique and exceptional book is written by a clinician who stutters and who is passionate about helping others learn about stuttering. He addresses the reader, not as a guru of truth, but as a person who has gained some understanding about stuttering through both his professional and personal experiences with the disorder.
Straight Talk on Worry
Release on 2008-12-14 | by Joyce Meyer
Joyce also shares advice on how to handle unreasonable fear and worry. You can learn to enjoy your life now and rest assured that in Christ your future is secured! LOOK FOR THE OTHER BOOKS IN THIS SERIES • Straight Talk on Depression ...
Bestselling author Joyce Meyer outlines Scripture and personal examples to help readers discover how to truly cast their cares upon the Lord.
Smarts Guts and Luck Straight Talk for Entrepreneurs
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Look at any business deal long enough and you can easily talk yourself out of it. If you are afraid to start your own business, take the first step in doing so and research the type of business you would like to start.
The criminal has enough of a conscience to make him dangerous. It governs only his attitude toward specific acts and fortifies his view that he is a good person. Fear of External Deterrents Do these people ever consider that they might ...
Is there a genetic predisposition to crime? Should mental illness be taken into account? Do family and social environments have a role? Do people become abusers because they have been abused? How can people who do terrible things consider themselves good people? What should someone involved in a relationship with a criminal know? Stanton Samenow, co-author of the widely respected three-volume study of The Criminal Personality, has collected the questions posed by audiences during his speaking engagements of the past twenty-eight years about causes, characteristics, and treatments of antisocial behavior. Now he draws on his research and clinical experience with hundreds of men, women, and children to offer no-frills answers that embody his informed perspectives on some of the toughest policy issues facing individuals, institutions, and governments today. A Jason Aronson Book
Release on 2015-03-31 | by Judith Keim
The chill of the rainy Tuesday evening in Boston crept into my body stiffened with fear. “You're Samantha Hartwell, ain'tcha?” the druggie demanded. His eyebrows angled into a fierce scowl that sent fear skittering down my spine.
Samantha Hartwell’s life changes completely when she’s attacked by a client’s boyfriend. She leaves Boston and Straight Talk, her consulting business, and escapes to California wine country to heal and to help her sister and brother-in-law with their vineyard’s growth. But she can’t escape the desire Derek Roberts, a world-wide photographer, had sparked inside her. The two challenge each other in ways they’ve never experienced and end up with more than they ever expected. This is a women's fiction novel that explores a woman becoming stronger as she learns to trust love again.
Straight Talk About Gays in the Workplace Third Edition
Release on 2014-02-04 | by Liz Winfeld
Homophobia Another important term to getstraight, asit were, ishomophobia. If translated literally, the word means “fear of sameness,” which is interesting of course since it certainly manifests as a fear of difference.
Find out how being more LGBT inclusive can increase your organization’s productivity—and revenues! Workplace diversity can provide creative strength and greater productivity regardless of the organization. Straight Talk About Gays in the Workplace: Creating an Inclusive, Productive Environment for Everyone in Your Organization, Third Edition presents a frank discussion about all the relevant aspects of sexual orientation and gender identity in the workplace. The author reveals how to incorporate diversity in your organization to foster greater loyalty, greater understanding, and greater productivity. Straight Talk About Gays in the Workplace: Creating an Inclusive, Productive Environment for Everyone in Your Organization, Third Edition is the latest edition of the National Library Award-winning guide that explains terms, provides strategies for implementation of policies and programs, and gives you practical tools to educate and inform employees about a workplace environment inclusive of diversity. While previous editions concentrated on the diversity of sexual orientation, this edition has been expanded and extensively updated to include the needs and issues of transgender people. Other updated information includes showing the advantages of creating an LGBT inclusive environment, discussing in-depth about the financial rewards of marketing an organization as being open to the LGBT community, and explaining the benefits of presenting these topics in public schools and higher education. Several appendices are included to provide additional resources divided into categories such as “workplace education,” “transgender,” “marketing,” “family and the schools,” “legal,” and “business.” The book also features a useful bibliography, an assessment tool to gauge sexual diversity in your organization, a guide for transitioning transsexuals, and another appendix that presents research and recommendations as to how school campuses can make themselves more inclusive and less discriminatory. Straight Talk About Gays in the Workplace: Creating an Inclusive, Productive Environment for Everyone in Your Organization, Third Edition discusses: updated information on domestic partner benefits educating employees about sexual orientation and gender identity the latest information on non-discrimination policies effective employee networks and alliances sensitive issues that involve transgender people opportunities and benefits of marketing to the LGBT community internal and external outreach programs crucial tax and insurance information new information focused on LGBT youth and academia inclusive of sexual orientation and gender identity and much more! Straight Talk About Gays in the Workplace: Creating an Inclusive, Productive Environment for Everyone in Your Organization, Third Edition makes essential reading for human resource professionals; executives of every type of organization; LGBT employees involved with diversity efforts; affinity groups focused on orientation and/or gender identity; educators; students; and anyone interested in studying the role of sexual orientation or gender identification diversity in the workplace.
Release on 1981 | by
What matters is that our fears are real to us and they influence the way we communicate . In our experience with thousands of couples we've isolated four basic fears that inhibit communication . Although we cannot eradicate fear ...
Defines the four basic styles of effective communication and shows how to share deep feelings and express individuality when dealing with lovers, children, friends, and co-workers
Bonnie Kaye s Straight Talk
Release on 2008-09-28 | by Bonnie Kaye
But it's ironic how we don't fear for our daughters when we are married to straight men. The thought of incest would never cross our minds, even though there is a far greater number of a father-daughter incestuous relationship than ...
"Bonnie Kaye s Straight Talk" is a collection of the best of her monthly newsletters from 2001 2008. These are the newsletters that her support network members call their lifeline when unraveling the complexities of their marriages to their gay husbands. In Kaye s own words, " This is the best survival guide for women who suspect or find out that their husbands are homosexual. These newsletters were written from my heart about my own life experiences as well as those of some of my support network members. I clearly explain how and why your husbands are gay, as well as provide good advice on how to handle those difficult situations such as rebuilding your sexual and self-esteem. After reading this book, you will understand how to make the only rational choice to survive emotionally after this happens to you. It will help you identify with the millions of other women in this situation who can identify and feel every raw emotion you are going through now, and understand the challenges you face in the years ahead of healing and starting over. " Kaye, who has counseled over 35,000 women since 1984, is considered the national expert on Straight/Gay marriages by the media. She is a consultant and guest for the major talk shows and news shows throughout the country. Kaye has written four other books to address this topic, but she believes that this collection of her newsletters is, The best of my best! About the Author Bonnie Kaye is recognized as an international expert in the field. She acts as a consultant for major news networks and television shows including Oprah, Montel Williams and Tyra Banks. Kaye s other books include: "The Gay Husband Checklist for Women Who Wonder; Doomed Grooms: Gay Husbands of Straight Wives; ManReaders: A Woman s Guide to Dysfunctional Men; Straight Wives: Shattered Lives;" and "How I Made My Husband Gay: Myths About Straight Wives."
Straight Talk on Tough Topics
Release on 1996-06-01 | by Chris Jackson
Fear, Ignorance, Unfamiliarity — This category is one of the strongest perpetrators of racism. There is always a sense of fear connected with the unfamiliar. We naturally fear the unknown. It is hard to say why people would rather ...
Tough topics. They stare young adults in the face every day. Racism. Crack cocaine. Babies having babies. Gansta rappers glorifying mindless violence and loveless sex. These are just a few of the pieces of a shattered society--pieces sharp enough to cut the young people you work with. Reverend Chris Jackson knows about the touch topics youth face. For over a decade, he's helped young African-American adults work through the temptations, decisions, heartbreaks, and obstacles posed by today's culture. In Straight Talk on Tough Topics, he gives frank answer that can make the difference in young lives. Packed with pointed information, questions to get your young people thinking and talking, and Scripture references that will help them build a solid foundation on God's Word, this is a handbook for wise, fruitful, and satisfying living. Turn to it when the topic your kids are dealing with is tough--for wisdom you can count on to steer them in the right directions.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2021-08-26 - Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
These are papers from the 10th Cambridge Tax Law History Conference, which took place in July 2020. The papers fall within the following basic themes: - UK tax administration issues - UK tax reforms in the 20th century - History of tax in the UK - The UK's first double