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What Was I Thinking?
Language: en
Pages: 333
Authors: Caspar McCloud, Linda Lange
Categories: Religion
Type: BOOK - Published: 2011-07-28 - Publisher: Destiny Image Publishers

Think it through! Your thoughts mold your lifestyle and shape your mental, physical, relational, and emotional health. What shape are you in? What Was I Thinking? reveals marvelous links between the functions of the human brain, the Commandments of God, and your physical and emotional health. Presented in a reader-friendly discussion style, a strong case is made that people must choose whether to follow the path of stress (fear) or the path of faith. Understanding these links brings new insight to help you achieve healthier lifestyle results, including emotional and physical healing, freedom, and greater effectiveness for Christ. Filled with relevant Scripture passages, exciting personal testimonies, well-defined anatomical terms, and Points to Ponder, this book provides much spiritually enriched food for thought for all believers. Commit thy works unto the LORD, and thy thoughts shall be established. (Proverbs 16:3 KJV) Major themes that will intrigue and entice you include: the direct link between thoughts and physical and spiritual health; brain functions; the importance of forgiveness; exhortations to obey the Word; and a variety of wrong concepts that keep many Christians from choosing health and joy over bondage. We believe this teaching with practical application is the key to winning back what the enemy has stolen your mind so that you can be restored to health and go and do all that God has called you to do! Caspar McCloud and Linda Lange
What Was I Thinking
Language: en
Pages: 368
Authors: Paul Henry
Categories: Biography & Autobiography
Type: BOOK - Published: 2011-06-01 - Publisher: Penguin Random House New Zealand Limited

Bestselling hilarious memoir from New Zealand's most controversial media star. Paul Henry is a natural-born story teller who spins a great yarn, and who says, 'I'll apologise for hurting people's feelings but I'll never apologise for being outrageous'.Paul Henry is a natural-born story teller who spins a great yarn, and who says, 'I'll apologise for hurting people's feelings but I'll never apologise for being outrageous'. From the man whose controversial comments on TV divided the country, and almost caused an international incident, comes this very funny memoir. Packed with stories from his eventful childhood and his long and adventurous career in journalism, this is a gripping, often hilarious and always entertaining read. It gives a fascinating insight into the complex character of Paul Henry. He's surprising - he doesn't subscribe to any expected set of beliefs, he's an individual with contradictory opinions. He's bold - he set himself up as an international news correspondent working out of his Masterton lounge, watching CNN and jetting off to the latest hotspot. He's talked himself into getting interviews with people as diverse as Peter Ustinov and the Prime Minister of Malaysia; he was there for the funerals of Diana and Mother Theresa; he's been thrown into jail in Iraq. He's versatile - starting with drama school, then broadcasting at the BBC, head of Radio NZ, standing for parliament against Georgina Beyer, international correspondent - as well as protesting at Mururoa and running an antique shop and his own radio station. And, he's all-round entertaining!
What Was I Thinking?
Language: en
Pages: 224
Authors: Steve Brown
Categories: Religion
Type: BOOK - Published: 2015-12-15 - Publisher: Simon and Schuster

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What Was I Thinking?
Language: en
Pages: 232
Authors: Ph. B. D Helmreich
Categories: Self-Help
Type: BOOK - Published: 2010-03-16 - Publisher: Taylor Trade Publications

In this in-depth exploration of the dumb things we all do and why, Helmreich sheds new light on the well-known foibles of Martha Stewart, Bill Clinton, Britney Spears, Don Imus, Eliot Spitzer, Tiger Woods and Bernie Madoff, as well as common missteps like road rage, telling your boss off, cheating, shoplifting, and lying. But this is far more than an entertaining read. Based on hundreds of interviews and exhaustive research, Helmreich concludes that this behavior isn’t only a result of psychological problems. It’s also based on our very culture, history, and values. Only when we understand these causes, the author says, can we begin to address our behavior and improve our lives.
What Was I Thinking?
Language: en
Pages: 224
Authors: Barbara Davilman, Liz Dubelman
Categories: Family & Relationships
Type: BOOK - Published: 2009-02-03 - Publisher: Macmillan

The stories you are about to read are true. Often hilarious and always relatable, they all describe the moment when good sense and simple self-respect triumph over the human need to be loved—or, at least, the need to be with a particular man. The relationship may not last beyond lunch, or it may linger for weeks, months, or even years. But inside, you know: it's over. What Was I Thinking?58 Bad Boyfriend Stories includes contributions from: Francesca Lia Block Bonnie Bruckheimer Cindy Chupack Kate Coe Melinda Culea Carrie Fisher Wendy Hammers Nicole Hollander Maira Kalman Lisa Napoli Lynn Snowden Picket Mimi Pond Rachel Resnick Penny Stallings Laurie Winer Amy Wruble Whether the story is funny, sad, poignant, sweet, or just plain psychotic—we bet you can't read just one.
What Was I Thinking?
Language: en
Pages: 346
Authors: Donna Simonetta
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020-01-27 - Publisher: The Wild Rose Press Inc

A wild Vegas fling isn't the traditional Thanksgiving celebration, and Lily and Jason have been like oil and water since they met. Blaming their steamy hook-up on too many shots at the bar, they head home. Back in the real world, Jason wonders if he's ready to give up his crown as the Playboy King of Rivers Bend to be with just one woman. And Lily has enough on her plate right now without adding Jason Braden to the mix, even if their attraction is crazy-strong. But life is good at throwing curveballs, and a lot can happen between Thanksgiving and Valentine's Day. Maybe even enough to lead these two polar opposites home to each other in Rivers Bend.
What Was I Thinking?
Language: en
Pages: 264
Authors: Chris Gates
Categories: Psychology
Type: BOOK - Published: 2014-04 - Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

The 1990s were presidentially proclaimed the decade of the brain. Owing in large part to the work on the neuroscience and clinical applications from that initiative, we are now on the verge of breakthroughs in learning how the subconscious mind affects the decisions we're continually making. For instance, your unconscious mind has already made the decision whether to buy this book, but you probably don't know that yet. First you got a feeling, an intuitive nudge supplied from the unconscious mind. Next, the conscious mind defends or disagrees with that emotion. Your final decision may not be as completely straightforward as you would like to believe. I'm sure this introduction to the world of your mind, as a product of, yet distinct from, your brain, has a few surprises in store for you. Whether you think of yourself as more of a rational person or someone who tends to go more with your feelings and intuition, you'll find these two ways of thinking intertwined in a rich fabric made for your enjoyment.
What Was I Thinking?
Language: en
Pages: 36
Authors: Jo M. Russell
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2016-07-20 - Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency

What Was I thinking? Such a simple question. But with such a complicated answer. We were two teenagers playing at being grown up. Sure we had unprotected sex. Not that we couldn’t afford a condom. We just believed it couldn’t happen to us, not the first time anyway. We got away with it the first time, or so we thought, so we kept on stretching our luck until it snapped back at us. We convinced our parents to let us get married. How, I’m not sure. Neither of us worked or even wanted to work. We were teenagers and teenagers are supposed to have fun, right? We lived in five different places and were on our sixth when the baby was born. I was ten weeks pregnant when we got married. It wasn’t the failure to pay rent that got us thrown out each time. It was the noise. We argued from the time we got up until we went to bed at night. We believed in and practiced the old wives’ tale of don’t go to bed angry. At one place we lived, the police spent more time at our house than at their assigned precinct. We finally got our act together and settled into family life. But we were entitled to have some fun. After all, the year was 1970.
What Was I Thinking?
Language: en
Pages: 240
Authors: Rick Salutin
Categories: Biography & Autobiography
Type: BOOK - Published: 2015-05-01 - Publisher: ECW Press

A lifetime of engagement with religion, philosophy, and activism in a series of fascinating reflections. Brilliant, fractious, mordantly funny, playwright/novelist/essayist Rick Salutin has been Canadian journalism's agent provocateur for over three decades. Whether needling governments and politicians, holding public policy to account, or decrying the shortfalls of activist thought and action, he has been one of the most outspoken commentators of his generation. In What Was I Thinking?, Salutin reveals his curiosity about both the world of the mind and the world of the here and now. His life has been graced with contact with extraordinary people from Hannah Arendt to Holocaust theologian Emil Fackenheim to goalkeeper-politician Ken Dryden, and we discover the profound influence their thought has had on his. but he has also had encounters with Conrad Black and Peter Worthington, joined his fellow coffee-drinkers in the infamous fight to save the west-end institution Dooney's from displacement by Starbucks, and taken furious potshots at the political pandering of the nation's media outlets. This is classic Salutin and most of it hasn't been published before - including a lengthy personal and historical essay on the world of therapy. It's a wonderful roller-coaster ride of thought and opinion. Step on!
What Was I Thinking? My Life with Bipolar Disorder
Language: en
Pages: 58
Authors: Bermaliz Sanchez
Categories: Biography & Autobiography
Type: BOOK - Published: 2011-11-21 - Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

This is my story, my life; this is me before and after being diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder. This is me struggling with accepting my diagnosis and trying to understand that, now that I know I have Bipolar Disorder, how it has ruled my life in the past. I look back and I can see myself with Bipolar Disorder out of control and under control. I see my manic and depressive episodes and wonder “What was I Thinking”...
What Was I Thinking? Toxic Shock Syndrome
Language: en
Pages: 188
Authors: Dr. Patrick M Schlievert
Categories: Antiques & Collectibles
Type: BOOK - Published: 2021-01-27 - Publisher: Dorrance Publishing

What Was I Thinking? Toxic Shock Syndrome By: Dr. Patrick M Schlievert Dr. Patrick M Schlievert was in his first year as an assistant professor of Microbiology and Immunology, having spent two years trying to get the medical and scientific communities to recognize that there was a disease called toxic shock syndrome. Because he could not get even the Federal Government to recognize this disease, he started a national news media blitz that became second only to the Iran hostage crisis in 1980. Dr. Schlievert took this chance at great risk to his career because he grew up poor and had to take risks even to stay alive, and because his allegiance was to the American public and not to the biomedical science community. In this book, Dr. Patrick M Schlievert describes the events in chronological order, including science, a lot of pseudoscience and opinion, and a lot of the incredible politics behind toxic shock syndrome. He also describes the many forms of toxic shock syndrome in order of appearance, including the tampon associated disease and why it happened, non-menstrual toxic shock syndrome, and the flesh-eating streptococcal disease. The book is designed to tell Americans that many parts of their federal healthcare system are broken, including various aspects of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and National Institutes of Health. It is Dr. Schlievert’s ultimate hope that Americans will read this book because it is written for them. It will help them take partial responsibility for their own health, and hopefully, they can help reorient the United States healthcare system to do its job, namely help them. The National Institutes of Health claims that Dr. Schlievert and his colleagues’ interest in new diseases and their causes is not sufficient grounds to have funding, to which he would ask everyone: If this is not the number one goal of the National Institutes of Health, what should be? And furthermore, why should this federal bureaucracy exist if that is not the goal? Dr. Patrick M Schlievert entered the toxic shock syndrome field at its beginning, and he remains here near its end. He wishes he could say the diseases are at an end, but they are not.
One Parent's Story, Struggle ''Teenagers'' What Was I Thinking!
Language: en
Pages: 156
Authors: Leon Segers Jr.
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2012-10 - Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

Although the title of this book indicates "One parent's story, struggle" it's actually about the battle between all parents and teens; or simply adults and teens in general. I say battle, but it has actually risen to the potential for what I call generational warfare. Basically, teenagers have little respect for adults; especially parents. The protocol is simple; and yes most adults do recall progressing strategically in the same way during their own youth. Even before we're born; we make demands. Then after we've grown a few years; we make many more demands. By the age of ten to thirteen, we more than expect those demands to unquestionably be met. Finally by the last 3 to 5 years of youth while living at home with our parents; we've assessed who our biggest enemy is and how we would like to take down who we now see as both an enemy, and a "dictator". Simply put: after you've bitten the hand that feeds you for so long; that hand begins to appear useless. And once that represents uselessness; the person behind that outreaching hand, also serves no purpose to you. So the stage is set. Teenagers won't look back with any sense of appreciation; and parents, who also continued to grow; will look back and wonder: was it all worth it. Many are optimistic, while others are in denial. But most can only feel one thing "What was I thinking."