Coming Apart

Coming Apart


  • Release: 2013
  • Publisher: Random House Digital, Inc.
  • Price: FREE
  • File: PDF, 417 page
  • ISBN: 9780307453433
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A critique of the white American class structure argues that the paths of social mobility that once advanced the nation are now serving to further isolate an elite upper class while enforcing a growing and resentful white underclass.

Coming Apart

Coming Apart


  • Release: 2013
  • Publisher: Random House Digital, Inc.
  • Price: FREE
  • File: PDF, 417 page
  • ISBN: 9780307453433
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A critique of the white American class structure argues that the paths of social mobility that once advanced the nation are now serving to further isolate an elite upper class while enforcing a growing and resentful white underclass.

Coming Apart

Coming Apart


  • Release: 2020-11-24
  • Publisher: Mango Media Inc.
  • Price: FREE
  • File: PDF, 165 page
  • ISBN: 9781642502992
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For those suffering from divorce, a breakup, or heartache, “Kingma deals with love so directly . . . [she] brings immediate comfort to anyone in pain” (LA Weekly). Originally published in 1987 and continuously in print since then, Coming Apart has been an important resource for hundreds of thousands of readers going through the devastation of unraveling relationships. Love is great; a broken heart, not so much. Usually accompanied by insomnia, loss of appetite, and depression, the end of a relationship is a hard time for anyone. Getting over a breakup requires grit and understanding. This breakup first aid kit helps you get through heartbreak without falling apart—and with your self-esteem intact. While only time can heal wounds, understanding what transpired in each of our relationships is what allows us to finally let go and move on. With a refreshing perspective on relationships, Coming Apart helps us understand that all relationships come with lessons to be learned. So, rather than obsess over your ex, explore the critical facets of relationship breakdowns: · Why we choose who we choose · What relationships are really about · The life span of love · How to get through the end · A personal workbook to process and move forward “A profoundly intelligent, compassionate, and kindhearted healing process that is highly transformative and which will literally weave you back to wholeness in all those places where you've felt betrayed, battered, broken, and bruised.” —from the foreword by Katherine Woodward Thomas, author of the New York Times bestseller Conscious Uncoupling

Coming Apart

Coming Apart


  • Release: 2000-02-01
  • Publisher: Conari Press
  • Price: FREE
  • File: PDF, 176 page
  • ISBN: 1573241776
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Do you fight too much? Are your differences irreconiclable? Are you bored? Are you emotionally distant. Some relationships shouldn't be saved. Sometimes breaking up is the right path to take. COMING APART eases the pain and takes the guilt out of breaking up. Learn how easy it is to take the next step in your personal development with this wise, reassuring guide. In this "bible for break-ups," Daphne Rose Kingma has helped thousands of people deal with the often shocking and always heartbreaking end of a relationship. The new edition of this book, which launched both the author and Conari Press, contains invaluable insights from 25 years of counseling. Gently and wisely, Kingma encourages people to understand why the relationship ended in order to apply these lessons to the next real and lasting love. Coming Apart offers an in-depth look at why we choose people who are wrong for us and how to avoid repeating bad choices.

Coming Apart

Coming Apart


  • Release: 1971
  • Publisher: Three Rivers Press (CA)
  • Price: FREE
  • File: PDF, 442 page
  • ISBN: 0812962230
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An analysis of the 1960's that brings to light new aspects of that turbulent decade.

Coming Apart  Coming Together

Coming Apart Coming Together


  • Release: 2000
  • Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
  • Price: FREE
  • File: PDF, 493 page
  • ISBN: 0802844561
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Marked by two world wars, the Holocaust, and a host of violent conflicts, the twentieth century has been the most explosive and destructive in human history. At the beginning of the twenty-first century, it is vital that we understand what went wrong in the preceding hundred years. Historian Edward Kantowicz provides an engaging narrative of the events, people, and ideas driving the world's social and political course in the twentieth century in his two-volume work, The World in the Twentieth Century. In Coming Apart, Coming Together, volume 2 of his narrative history of the twentieth century, Edward Kantowicz explores the landmark events that shaped the planet after World War II. Noting that this period was dominated by two global events-the superpower Cold War between the United States and the Soviet Union and the revolt against imperialism in Africa, Asia, and Latin America-Kantowicz shows how the trajectories of each have driven nations apart while, at the same time, also created political and regional alliances for bringing the world closer together. Providing compelling, often disconcerting reading, this volume helps make sense of what is happening in the world today by considering important lessons from our recent past.

Coming Together Coming Apart

Coming Together Coming Apart


  • Release: 2014-01-02
  • Publisher: Routledge
  • Price: FREE
  • File: PDF, 194 page
  • ISBN: 9781136661068
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The idea of "community" is increasingly vital to our individual and social well-being. Yet at the same time, our ordinary communal relations are being eroded by increased social and geographical mobility, lost traditions, and the growing pluralism of society. Examining this renewed desire for community, Coming Together/Coming Apart locates the current problems of society in the conditions of modern capitalism. Arising out of a common matrix of a world in crisis, contemporary religious, social and feminist discussions of community compose an ideological struggle over the reformation of society.

Things Fall Apart

Things Fall Apart


  • Release: 2013-04-25
  • Publisher: Penguin UK
  • Price: FREE
  • File: PDF, 176 page
  • ISBN: 9780141393964
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One of the BBC's '100 Novels That Shaped Our World' A worldwide bestseller and the first part of Achebe's African Trilogy, Things Fall Apart is the compelling story of one man's battle to protect his community against the forces of change Okonkwo is the greatest wrestler and warrior alive, and his fame spreads throughout West Africa like a bush-fire in the harmattan. But when he accidentally kills a clansman, things begin to fall apart. Then Okonkwo returns from exile to find missionaries and colonial governors have arrived in the village. With his world thrown radically off-balance he can only hurtle towards tragedy. First published in 1958, Chinua Achebe's stark, coolly ironic novel reshaped both African and world literature, and has sold over ten million copies in forty-five languages. This arresting parable of a proud but powerless man witnessing the ruin of his people begins Achebe's landmark trilogy of works chronicling the fate of one African community, continued in Arrow of God and No Longer at Ease. 'His courage and generosity are made manifest in the work' Toni Morrison 'The writer in whose company the prison walls fell down' Nelson Mandela 'A great book, that bespeaks a great, brave, kind, human spirit' John Updike With an Introduction by Biyi Bandele

Coming Together  Coming Apart

Coming Together Coming Apart


  • Release: 2006-06-26
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Price: FREE
  • File: PDF, 272 page
  • ISBN: 0471789615
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Praise for Coming Together, Coming Apart "Interesting conversation is Israel's most ingratiating commodity, and this is an especially interesting one. To read Coming Together, Coming Apart is to be engaged in an ongoing dialogue with one of Israel's most thoughtful observers--an American who made Israel his home, despite its imperfections and dangers. Gordis's conversational narrative is irresistible." --Alan dershowitz, author of The Case for Israel "Whether describing a walk through Jerusalem in snow, a hike in the desert, or a farewell family drive to the Gaza settlements, Gordis manages to capture the essential details that tell us the larger meaning of our Israeli lives. There is much irony in this book, and also anger, especially against those who unfairly judge Israel in its most desperate and noble times. Most of all, though, this book is the chronicle of a love story--of an immigrant family in Jerusalem falling in love with Israel and, through that love, discovering the strength to cope with life on the front lines of a jihadist war. As a fellow Jerusalemite, I feel a profound debt to Gordis for explaining what it means to raise a family in the middle of a terror zone, and the courage that average Israelis instinctively display in maintaining the pretense of normal life. Those of us who share his passion are fortunate to be so well represented by this book." --Yossi Klein Halevi, Foreign Correspondent, The New Republic