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Mom’s Addiction: Helping Children Understand Addiction

Carolyn Hannan Bell is a psychotherapist in South Jersey. This is her fourth book in her Helping Children Understand series. “Mom’s Addiction” was written to help children understand their parent’s addiction and to teach them that this disease has nothing to do with how much they’re loved. Children will learn that they are not responsible for the difficult things going on in their family as well as ways to cope and grow. Amy doesn’t understand…

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Dad’s Addiction: Helping Children Understand Addiction

Carolyn Hannan Bell is a psychotherapist in South Jersey. Her book, Dad’s Addiction was written to help children understand their parent’s addiction and that this disease has nothing to do with how much they’re loved. Children will learn that they are not responsible for the difficult things going on in their family as well as ways to cope and grow. This is her third book in her Helping Children Understand series. Adam doesn’t understand why…

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Daddy’s Disease

Carolyn Hannan Bell  In an easily understood, beautifully illustrated style, “Daddy’s Disease” helps families to navigate the difficult waters of alcoholism. Tommy doesn’t know why his father doesn’t show up for dinners, or soccer games or why he acts funny sometimes. Tommy thinks it’s because his father doesn’t want to be with him, that he hasn’t been the best boy he can be, that he should try harder. But, Mommy tells Tommy that Daddy has…

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I Can Be Me: A Helping Book for Children of Alcoholic Parents

Ed D Dianne S O’Connor Excellent and much needed; it offers children hope and a sense of control.” -Kathleen Michael, M.H.S.S., Therapist & Consultant, Toronto, Ontario Has drug or alcohol abuse in your family caused your child to become withdrawn or to act out? Is addiction in a family member contributing to upset and stress in your child? Do you want to help your child understand the problem and communicate about his/her feelings? Do you…

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Mommy’s Disease: Helping Children Understand Alcoholism

 Carolyn Hannan Bell In an easily understood, beautifully illustrated style, “Mommy’s Disease” helps families navigate the difficult waters of alcoholism. Mila doesn’t know why her mom doesn’t show up for dinners, or soccer games or why she acts funny sometimes. Mila thinks it’s because her mom doesn’t want to be with her, that she hasn’t been the best girl she can be, that she should try harder. But, Daddy tells Mila that Mommy has a…

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Love Your Life to Death

Love Your Life to Death ISBN978-0-9947896-0-0 will make you laugh, it will make you cry, but most importantly, it may give you a new perspective on life and death. Through heartfelt stories of those who have been deeply impacted by loss and found happiness again, and interviews of professionals who deal with grief, death and dying, you will gain from their insightful experiences. You will be empowered by: *Exploring why we have become a death phobic…

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Increasing Resilience in Police and Emergency Personnel

Increasing Resilience in Police and Emergency Personnel illuminates the psychological, emotional, behavioral, and spiritual impact of police work on police officers, administrators, emergency communicators, and their families. Author Stephanie Conn, a clinician and researcher as well as a former police officer and dispatcher, debunks myths about weakness and offers practical strategies in plain language for police employees and their families struggling with traumatic stress and burnout. Sections of each chapter also offer guidance for frequently…

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Catching Hell by Jay Dobyns

A True Story of Abandonment and Betrayal No Angel.  My harrowing Undercover Journey to the Inner Circle of the Hells Angels Catching-Hell-Story Jay Dobyns was hired by ATF on a Monday in 1987. 4 days later he was shot point-blank in the back by a criminal suspect. The bullet travelled through his lung and exited his chest. He was 26 years old. While in the hospital, he rejected offers from attorneys who promised millions of dollars in a…

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A Crack in the Armour by Jimmy Bremner

bremnerassociates.com “A Crack in the Armour”. Jimmy Bremner’s true story of strength and courage as an officer who fought to overcome Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and won. Along with his inspiring story. Jimmy is a 25-year veteran of the Toronto Police Service, has served as a member of Toronto’s Emergency Task Force and the Gun Gang Task Force. He is currently a training constable at the Toronto Police College.

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A Hero Lives in My Family: A Story for Kids of First Responders by Dr. Susan Hunt

A Hero A Hero Lives in My Family: A Story for Kids of First Responders – First Responders are Heroes! Helping Heroes include: police officers, emergency medical service providers (e.g., paramedics, ER doctors or nurses), firefighters, and military personnel. They save, help, serve, and protect others! This story is for kids of first responders to learn about their Helping Hero’s job and the various feelings it can bring about. At the end of the day,…

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