Unlocking the Invisible Child

A Journey from Heartbreak to Bliss
Author: Laura Mayer
Publisher: BalboaPress
ISBN: 1452541914
Category: Self-Help
Page: 272
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Searching for the meaning of life’s experiences? Your soul purpose? Unlocking the Invisible Child: A Journey from Heartbreak to Bliss reveals the key to self-healing of body and mind, through the grace and gratitude of the heart and soul, via the all-knowing, compassionate invisible child within. In Unlocking the Invisible Child: A Journey from Heartbreak to Bliss, Laura Mayer shares her remarkable journey. It began with the discovery of a crippling and supposedly fatal disease at age fourteen. She chronicles the forty-year course of the disease, along with her multistage self-healing process, and suggests that anyone can take a similar journey to heal their own life. Mayer knows that all the medicine in the world could not have healed her, had she not gone deeper and unlocked the invisible child inside her. Over the past five years, Mayer has witnessed a total transformation in body, mind, and spirit. Aware that if she could mend her heart, her body would heal, she started to trust in the universe and listen to its messages. “There are as many paths toward healing as there are individuals in need of healing. This means there is no formula, no sure-fire, cookie-cutter method that applies to everyone. Unlocking the Invisible Child is the amazing account of Laura Mayer’s remarkable journey. She reveals to us a truth—that healing is and has always been the unique journey of the soul. Mayer writes from the heart. Her courageous account will inspire and encourage anyone who wants to be more than they are at present.” — Larry Dossey, M.D. author of The Power of Premonitions, Healing Words, and Reinventing Medicine

An Invisible Child


Author: Lenore Ossen, MSW
Publisher: Page Publishing Inc
ISBN: 1634174240
Category: Self-Help
Page: 616
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Invisible is the story of Genovese, a woman who is rapidly reaching the end of her frayed rope and her attempt to find her life’s purpose before it’s too late. She has struggled her entire life to say the right things, do the right things, and be the right things, only to learn well into her journey that her instincts have betrayed her at virtually every turn. After losing her family in a series of heart-wrenching events, Genovese searches her soul for a reason to carry on, for hope has abandoned her long ago. Desperate for relief from her despair, she seeks out Dr. Jared Danrold, a therapist whom she knows only through a local TV appearance, and compels him to take her on as a patient. Together, they search her past to find her future. As her therapy evolves, Genovese finds herself (through a series of flashbacks) chronicling her life’s trials and miscues for the first time. Dr. Dan’s questions work to peel away layers of shame, doubt, anxiety, and misconceptions in an attempt to reach the heart of her discouragement. But the more he peels away, the more he finds out about himself and what has attracted him to this case. He worries about where the session is going, so much so that he reaches out to his therapist/mentor once Genovese steps away. His mentor warns him of the dangers of counseling this particular patient and his ethical responsibility to Genovese. Dr. Dan ignores this sage advice and, as if accepting a challenge, presses on. Finally, they reach a point where Genovese begins to understand how her upbringing and decision-making have informed the specific choices she has made and have defined her life’s path. Dr. Dan’s final question gets them to the core of the matter and the origin of her misery.

The Invisible Child

On Reading and Writing Books for Children
Author: Katherine Paterson
Publisher: Dutton Juvenile
ISBN: N.A
Category: Children
Page: 266
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With the same perception, wit, and generosity that characterize her fiction, a much-honored writer shares her ideas about writing for children, as well as her passion for reading, her spiritual faith, and her conviction that the imagination must be nourished.

The Invisible Child


Author: Rachel Sparks
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1257495488
Category: Fiction
Page: N.A
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A Man Bent On Revenge... Anthony Douglas blames Joshua Craig for the death of his wife and two sons; the severe injury to his remaining son. Now he wants revenge...he wants Joshua to feel his pain and to know what it is like to have a disable child. Enter Ruth Kelly, who Joshua has hired as a cook/housekeeper. Can she help Joshua to love his son as he is, and keep his faith in God Or will his need to punish Anthony destroy him, his family and a chance at a new love

Invisible Child

A Boy's Survival in Franco's Spain
Author: Carol Macfie Lange
Publisher: Fast-Print Publishing
ISBN: 178456026X
Category: Fiction
Page: 204
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ABDUCTION Isandro is thirteen years old when his parents are denounced and Franco’s Nationalists take them by force from their village home. The boy’s unusually keen sense of hearing warns him of the soldiers´ approach and his father just has time to hide him. One of the attackers returns stealthily and through a crack in the floor boards, Isandro watches him. It is a face he will never forget. ESCAPE Now alone and distrustful of the villagers, the boy escapes to a cave in the high Sierra of the wild Alpujarran mountains of Andalucia. His companions are wild boar, mountain goats, lynx, gigantic eagle owls, rabbits, hawks, deer and vipers and ultimately an abandoned hunting dog terrified of guns. SURVIVAL His lone survival, his journey into manhood and his unrelenting quest for justice, lead him to an awareness of passionate love and to the discovery of the secret of his birth...

THE INVISIBLE CHILD

A Mystery of the Spirit
Author: John Mann
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1477177124
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Page: 54
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There is only one answer And only one person Who can give it to you: The InvIsIble Child Who is neither boy nor girl, Neither man nor woman,But contains them both,Who will come into the world To show us what we have forgotten.

The Invisible Child

The Responses and Attitudes to the Learning of Modern Foreign Languages Shown by Year 9 Pupils of Average Ability
Author: Jeff Lee,David Buckland,Glenis Shaw
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9781874016960
Category: Barking and Dagenham (London, England)
Page: 72
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A report of the findings from a survey of pupils in eight schools within the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham to evaluate the impact of modern foreign language teaching on pupils who are normally overlooked.

Invisible Child


Author: Mary Hayward
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9781907294754
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Page: 390
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This inspiring and uplifting true story shows how a damaged childhood can become an asset, in fighting back and winning against all odds. This compelling story is a tribute to all those brave women who believe in "yes we can." Mary's life was always a miracle of survival. It is a tale of courage and responsibility, as she battles to keep herself and baby sister from starvation and TB, sometimes with fun and laughter, and at other times so desperate that we are drawn to tears. But when her best friend steals a rifle, we listen to her heartbreaking plea to the Samaritans as her life is crushed. It is a story of heartbreak and passion, a blinding love so certain that it comes but once in a lifetime. She finds her freedom to study at university, and doing what she does best, saving damaged children like herself.

Invisible children

child work in Asia and the Pacific
Author: Child Workers in Asia,Save the Children Fund (Great Britain)
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: N.A
Category: Social Science
Page: 103
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When Invisible Children Sing


Author: Chi Cheng Huang
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
ISBN: 9781414329659
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Page: 320
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Expecting to treat some mildly ill children from the streets of Bolivia on a quick “service trip,” an idealistic young medical student gets more than he bargained for when he takes a year off from Harvard Medical School to work at an orphanage in La Paz. As he comes to know the children and sees how they live, Chi Huang is drawn deeper and deeper into their complex and desperate lives. The doctor soon realizes that to truly help these children, he will have to follow the example of Jesus: live among them, love them in spite of their brokenness, and cling to his faith in God’s goodness, even when it appears it is nowhere to be found. A true story that will inspire and challenge readers to greater faith and action.

Invisible Children

Reimagining International Development at the Grassroots
Author: Maya Ajmera,Gregory A. Fields
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137578386
Category: Political Science
Page: 304
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Maya Ajmera and Greg Fields provide the architecture of a new perspective on the global agenda for children, based on a new global web of relationships stemming from the community level. Arguing that the existing global agenda for children has failed, this book reimagines how society can support the world’s most vulnerable children. In doing so, Invisible Children identifies and gives voice to the millions of children globally living on society’s margins, while showing a way forward as to how we can best invest in children.

Invisible children

a portrait of migrant education in the United States : a final report of the National Commission on Migrant Education
Author: N.A
Publisher: Commission
ISBN: 9780160380631
Category: Education
Page: 166
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An Invisible Child


Author: MSW Lenore Ossen
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9781634174251
Category: Self-Help
Page: 618
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Trapped in the twisted world of a paranoid schizophrenic mother, Lenore Ossen is shut away from the outside world. For her, there is no school. No classmates. No friendships with other children. Under her mother's insane rules, she can't even turn to family members for solace, and so, day after day, she lives in panic and fear. How can she survive such terrible treatment? In deep despair, Lenore learns to retreat to the safety of her own mind. There she creates a world of fantasy and yearns for someone to take her away from her deranged mother. But there is no one. Most people suffering such abuse would go out of their minds. What makes Lenore different? How does she endure? What drives her to rise above her traumatic past? In this compelling true story, Lenore Ossen describes what living in isolation with a psychotic mother feels like to an innocent child. In telling how she broke free of the nightmare enslaving her, she reaches out to give hope and comfort to other victims of abuse.

Lieutenant Hotshot

The Story of an Invisible Child
Author: Julia North
Publisher: John Hunt Publishing
ISBN: 1785351281
Category: Fiction
Page: 272
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“You are in the valley now, Modetse, but one day you’ll come out on the mountain,” is what Mama Zuma tells him, but having been brainwashed by the horror of the Lord’s Resistance Army what chance can Modetse ever have of truly finding himself again, or rescuing his little sister Thandi?

Invisible Children in the Society and Its Schools


Author: Sue Books
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135630992
Category: Education
Page: 280
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Reports on groups of children and young people who are largely unseen or unheard in the society and its schools. Provides basic information and analysis of social conditions in a form accessible and useful to educators.

Invisible Children

A Study of Policy Exclusion
Author: Mithu Alur
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9788176494373
Category: Child development
Page: 297
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The book investigates a particular Government of India policy known as the Integrated Child Development Scheme (ICDS). The ICDS operates amongst the poorer sections of the population in India, for pre-school children in the age range of 0-6 years. Although it states that it is for all children, it does not in practice address the question of disabled children. The research examined why and how such a major social policy in the country has segregated the disabled children from its agenda. The findings indicate the gap between policy stated and policy enacted and focus on the lack of cohesion in the directives for the implementation of inclusion into practice.