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|Author||: Tara Sivec|
|Editor||: Montlake Romance|
Lawyer Lorelei Warner finds her perfect life perfectly boring, but when a routine subpoena delivery turns into a murder investigation, sparks will fly between Lorelei and pompous, but good-looking private investigator Dallas Osborne.
|Author||: Mario Jacoby|
|Editor||: Taylor & Francis|
Shame is one of our most central feelings and a universal human characteristic. Why do we experience it? For what purpose? How can we cope with excessive feelings of shame? In this elegant exposition informed by many years of helping people to understand feelings of shame, leading Jungian analyst Mario Jacoby provided a comprehensive exploration of the many aspects of shame and showed how it occupies a central place in our emotional experience. Jacoby demonstrated that a lack of self-esteem is often at the root of excessive shame, and as well as providing practical examples of how therapy can help, he drew upon a wealth of historical and cultural scholarship to show how important shame is for us in both its individual and social aspects. This Classic Edition includes a new foreword by Marco Della Chiesa.
|Author||: Karen A. McClintock|
|Editor||: Fortress Press|
"The trauma of sexual shame has widespread implications not just for individuals but also for institutions, communities, and even churches. This book provides pastors and congregational leaders with the tools to identify the assumptions, behaviors, and structures that promote, while masking, sexual shame and to begin healing sexual shame both individually and corporately. Questions for reflection are included at the end of each chapter, making this an ideal book for both private use and group discussion"-- BACK COVER.
|Author||: Silvan S. Tomkins,Irving E. Alexander|
|Editor||: Duke University Press|
Silvan Tomkins (1911-1991) was one of the most radical and imaginative psychologists of the twentieth century. The implications of his conceptually daring and phenomenologically suggestive theory are only now -- in the context of postmodernism -- beginning to be understood.
|Author||: Dr. D. Maryam Navsa|
|Editor||: Notion Press|
Do people fully understand and appreciate the pain caused by being shamed and the deepening pain followed by blame? My personal experience, 40 years in practice and general understanding of society, tells me that few people do. Oftentimes, neither the person shamed nor those living with such people are aware of the painful cycle and its impact on their lives. For the person caught up in this cycle it is just a sense of emptiness, unworthiness and just not being good enough. The observer, on the other hand, is only aware of negative behaviour, which is more often than not judged harshly. This is the story of two people who have journeyed through this experience: One with a seemingly successful life as a doctor and the other’ who struggled with drug-addiction, both caught up in the cycle of shame, blame and pain. The author also shares their continuing journey of rising above and living beyond this experience, hoping to help others recognise, understand and break free of this cycle.
|Author||: Ewan Fernie,Lecturer in English at Royal Holloway Ewan Fernie|
|Editor||: Psychology Press|
This book offers a new and exciting view of Shakespeare's tragedies through a passionate and provocative argument for reclaiming shame.
|Author||: Gregg Ten Elshof|
Shame is bad. Too often it cripples and silences victims of other people's shameful behavior, and research has demonstrated clearly the damaging effects of shame on our emotional wellbeing. In recent years a mini-industry of bestselling books, TED Talks, and popular therapies has emerged to free people from deleterious shame. And yet, a place for shame remains. Some behavior is shameful, and sometimes we ought to be ashamed by wrongs we've committed. Eastern and Western cultures alike have long seen a social benefit to shame, and it can rightly cultivate virtues both public and personal. So what are we to make of shame? In For Shame, philosopher and author Gregg Ten Elshof examines this potent emotion carefully, distinguishing between it, embarrassment, and guilt and carefully tracing the positive role shame has played historically in contributing to a well-ordered society. While casting off unhealthy shame is always a positive, Ten Elshof demonstrates the surprising, sometimes unacknowledged ways in which healthy shame is as needed as ever. On the other side of good shame, he argues, lie virtues such as decency, self-respect, and dignity--virtues we desire but may not realize shame can grant. So perhaps shame is good--or better put, a certain kind of shame can yield unexpectedly good gifts.
|Author||: Stephen L. Bishop|
|Editor||: Oxford University Press|
Shame is one of the most frequent underlying emotions expressed throughout sub-Saharan African literature, yet studies of such literature almost universally ignore the topic in favour of a focus on the struggle for independence and the postcolonial situation, encompassing a search for individual, national, and ethnic identities and questions of corruption, changing gender roles, and conflicts between so-called tradition and modernity. Shame, however, is not antithetical to these investigations and, in fact, the persistent trope of shame undergirds many of them. This book locates these expressions of shame in sub-Saharan African literature and shows how its diverse literary representations underscore shame's function as a fulcrum in the mutual constitution of subject and community on the continent. Though shame research is dominated by Western definitions and theories, this study emphasizes the centrality of African conceptions of shame in ways that notions of Western subjectivity dismiss or cannot capture.
|Author||: Jerome H. Neyrey|
|Editor||: Westminster John Knox Press|
Jerome Neyrey clarifies what praise, honor, and glory meant to Matthew and his audience. He examines the traditional literary forms for bestowing such praise and the conventional grounds for awarding honor and praise in Matthew's world.
|Author||: Donald L. Nathanson|
|Editor||: W. W. Norton & Company|
This is a revolutionary book about the nature of emotion, about the way emotions are triggered in our private moments, in our relations with others, and by our biology. Drawing on every theme of the modern life sciences, Donald Nathanson shows how nine basic affects—interest-excitement, enjoyment-joy, surprise-startle, fear-terror, distress-anguish, anger-rage, dissmell, disgust, and shame-humiliation—not only determine how we feel but shape our very sense of self. For too long those who explain emotional discomfort on the basis of lived experience and those who blame chemistry have been at loggerheads. As Dr. Nathanson shows, chemicals and illnesses can affect our mood just as surely as an uncomfortable memory or a stern rebuke. Linking for the first time the affect theory of the pioneering researcher Silvan S. Thomkins with the entire world of biology, medicine, psychology, psychotherapy, religion, and the social sciences, Dr. Nathanson presents a completely new understanding of all emotion.
|Author||: Kate Hewitt|
Shunned & Shamed: One-Night with a Corretti was all it took… Angelo Corretti has one mistress—revenge. Heartless, empty and darkly sexy, he's gone from pawn to king with one objective…destroy the Corretti dynasty: the family who cruelly rejected him for his illegitimacy. But once, long ago, there was a wide-eyed girl with an innocent heart. For one night, Lucia gave him everything when he needed it most, before he walked away at dawn. Now, on the cusp of absolute power, Angelo will look into those eyes again and learn of the consequences he left behind.
|Author||: Valarie Kent Fringero|
|Editor||: Xlibris Corporation|
This story is about a young woman who upon going though the lost of her parents. First her father, then her mother. She was thrust into a position never expected but what a lesson in life she learns. Hearing of the things people go through with family when they lose the head family member and most families try to keep these things a secret. True it can be embarrassing but this is just the trouble with hiding the fact that your family is no different from the one you said was crazy and should be ashamed. But what do you do when your family change from the loving family you've known all your life to someone who shames you what a change to shame!...
|Author||: Gregg Gulledge|
|Editor||: Xulon Press|
Learn how: ?To analyze the system that has shaped your problem. ?To see sorrow, grief and mourning correctly. ?To pass on an inheritance to your children in dealing with grief issues. ?Acquire the keys to restore completeness in an environment of safety. ?To align your borders with pleasant stones. ?Your seed can possess the gates of your enemies. ?To dissolve the "dirty birds" of grief. ?To call an exceeding great army together. ?To change your atmosphere. ?To defeat supernatural sorrow and grief in your life. ?God measures. ?To take care of your spiritual bullies. ?And who is King over all the children of pride. ?Sorrow carves on you. ?Sorrow leads you to Grief. ?Grief leads you to Mourning. ?Sorrow, grief and mourning are the backbone of the cycle of shame. ?And what promises are yours concerning sorrow, grief and mourning. ?Who is leviathan? Gregg and Karren Gulledge entered into the ministry in 1967 and after a series of situations they left the ministry with a bitterly disillusioned view about the "church." After years of wandering about they were reunited with their lost love, Jesus. Now the journey of love continues as the Lord has restored them and uses them to testify of what the Word can do for God's people. Gregg and Karren are called repairers of breaches and restorers of paths to dwell in for the days ahead through their gifted ministry that breaks barrenness and restores fruitfulness to the people of God. Gregg and Karren have been used by the Lord to turn sorrow, grief and mourning into joy and gladness by changing the atmosphere through the revelation on how to break the cycle of being dry, disappointed, confused and ashamed.
|Author||: Miranda Lee|
Second-time seduction! Alex Fairchild was back! But since that shameful night seven years ago, when Judith had allowed herself to be seduced by Alex, she'd vowed she'd never lose control again…. Judith was determined to keep Alex at bay—he could only want to settle old scores. But, hard as she tried not to, she still loved and desired him. Then he offered her a challenge: spend another night with him and then, come the morning, try and walk away!
|Author||: Marshall Chikaka|
|Editor||: Partridge Publishing Singapore|
Our journey as Christians is full of challenges and one of the greatest challenge we face is when a constant barrage of the question will I ever shake off the feeling of my disgraceful past? This lingers or keeps popping up in our subconscious mind when your conscious is constantly bombarded with nasty, painful and shameful thoughts of your past that you seek to forget, when your shameful past is constantly thrown right in your face either by the accuser of the brethren or by your fellow brother or sister, my prayer is that after reading this book you will let go and let God gently wash away every limitation of past obstacles and gradually transform you into the person you were created to become You can overcome shame.
|Author||: Valerie Fons and Nancy Regensburger|
Each woman named in Matthew's record of the genealogy of Jesus made a journey from shame to glory. Grandmothers of Jesus included a prostitute, an adulterer, a nomad, and a trickster. His mother became pregnant before marriage. Certainly, Jesus heard the stories of his ancestors and utilized their life lessons as he made his way to the cross. For in spite of the laws and mores of their culture, these women displayed qualities of vision, risk, courage, truthfulness, and openness to God's gifts-all qualities Jesus would rely on in his own journey from shame to glory. Reverend Valerie Fons and Christian Educator Nancy Regensburger share a unique, compelling, and positive presentation of the five women in the first book of Matthew while highlighting how God acts through the weak and powerless to bring forth glory. Through bible study, history lessons, introspective questions, poignant anecdotes, and opportunities for personal reflection, Fons and Regensburger provide a pathway to glory and inspiration for modern women seeking insight on their own spiritual journeys. From Shame to Glory offers an interpretation of the genealogy of the significant women in the heritage of Jesus Christ that provides bible study group guidance and inspiration for anyone passionate about embracing God's grace and wisdom.
|Author||: Jim Lusby|
On the first day of the new Millennium the body of a 97-year-old woman is found strangled and mutilated in her ramshackle house in a remote seaside village in west Cork. The local police are inclined to pin it on a pair of travellers who have set up camp in the neighbourhood, after drug money. McCadden, still new in his job on the all-Ireland murder squad, is not so sure. The viciousness of the attack seems to suggest something much deeper. What has this woman done in her 97 years to inspire such rage? The answer goes back almost to the beginning of the twentieth century.
|Author||: Timothy Bewes|
|Editor||: Princeton University Press|
In a postcolonial world, where structures of power, hierarchy, and domination operate on a global scale, writers face an ethical and aesthetic dilemma: How to write without contributing to the inscription of inequality? How to process the colonial past without reverting to a pathology of self-disgust? Can literature ever be free of the shame of the postcolonial epoch--ever be truly postcolonial? As disparities of power seem only to be increasing, such questions are more urgent than ever. In this book, Timothy Bewes argues that shame is a dominant temperament in twentieth-century literature, and the key to understanding the ethics and aesthetics of the contemporary world. Drawing on thinkers such as Jean-Paul Sartre, Frantz Fanon, Theodor Adorno, and Gilles Deleuze, Bewes argues that in literature there is an "event" of shame that brings together these ethical and aesthetic tensions. Reading works by J. M. Coetzee, Joseph Conrad, Nadine Gordimer, V. S. Naipaul, Caryl Phillips, Ngugi wa Thiong'o, and Zoë Wicomb, Bewes presents a startling theory: the practices of postcolonial literature depend upon and repeat the same structures of thought and perception that made colonialism possible in the first place. As long as those structures remain in place, literature and critical thinking will remain steeped in shame. Offering a new mode of postcolonial reading, The Event of Postcolonial Shame demands a literature and a criticism that acknowledge their own ethical deficiency without seeking absolution from it.
|Author||: Roszalia Ellen|
|Editor||: Strategic Book Publishing Rights Agency|
I was born with a musical gift, to become a child prodigy by the age of three, but that gift was not allowed proper expression for the first decades of my life. I lived as a Child of Shame, although no one outside my family was aware of the incest and abuse I endured from my father. As a child growing up in a black community, I felt uncomfortable with my peers. Being tall and skinny, cruel boys at school stared and poked fun at me, intensifying my feelings of rejection. I left the sexual abuse at home, only to be subjugated to a different type when I got to school. I hated school! I never knew what a normal adolescent life was like, because at age 13 I was introduced to a hellish lifestyle by my sick-minded father, who wanted nothing from me but my body, mind, and soul, which he corrupted totally. The next three decades of my life involved a series of bad marriages, great physical and mental abuse, and more than one attempt on my life. The only thing that allowed me to survive those awful years was the expression of my musical talent. After three husbands and four children, I was able to take control of my life and destiny, to follow a course of meditation, prayer, and detoxification. I was recently diagnosed with invasive breast cancer, and now hope that my belief in a greater power will allow me to survive this as well.