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Plan 103f: Is Mental Health Really the Be All and End All of Our Dreams? or Are We Just Deluded? - Jamie Kershaw
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AMACOM. Paperback. New. Paperback. 256 pages. Dimensions: 8.8in. x 5.9in. x 0.7in.The numbers were achieved. The workshops attended. Most people in your organization have gotten their isms under control. But here you are again, recycling yet another round of costly diversity programs -- and still unable to overcome the problems and reap the benefits of your diverse workforce. Thats because most organizations, despite good intentions and hard work, are stuck in their diversity efforts, says R. Roosevelt Thomas, Jr. , a leading diversity expert who has continually raised the bar on how we think and act on a complex array of diversity issues. In our communities as well as in our workplaces, a feeling of frustration has emerged as the promise of the Civil Rights Movement and affirmative action has become overly politicized and polarizing. But managing diversity is not a new issue. In fact, it is both a hallmark and core challenge that organizations and society have confronted since the founding of America, an experiment in diversity. Building on the Promise of Diversity is Thomass impassioned wake-up call to bring diversity management to a wholly new level -- beyond finger-pointing and well-meaning initiatives and toward the shared goal of building robust organizations and thriving communities. This original, thoughtful, yet action-oriented book will help leaders in any setting -- business, religious, educational, governmental, community groups, and more -- break out of the status quo and reinvigorate the can-do spirit of making things better. The book includes a deeply felt analysis of the sometimes tangled intersections between diversity management and the Civil Rights Movement and affirmative action agendas . . . a personal narrative that charts Thomass own evolution in diversity thinking . . . and a roadmap for mastering the powerful craft of Strategic Diversity Management, a structured process that helps you: Realize why multiple activities and good intentions are not enough for achieving sustainable progress. Recast the meaning of diversity as more than just race and gender, but as any set of differences, similarities, and tensions -- such as workplace functions, product lines, acquisitions and mergers, customers and markets, blended families, community diversity, and more. Accept that a realistic goal is not to eliminate diversity tension but to use it as a catalyst to address key issues. Recognize diversity mixtures, analyze them accurately, and make quality decisions in the midst of differences, similarities, and tensions. Build an essential set of diversity skills and develop your diversity maturity -- the wisdom, judgment, and experience to use those skills effectively. Reflect on the ways you might be diversity challenged yourself. Diversity is the reality of America today. Whether you let diversity be a drain on your organization or a dynamic contributor to your mission, vision, and strategy is both a choice and a challenge. Building on the Promise of Diversity gives you the insights and skills you need to navigate through simmering tensions -- and find creative solutions for achieving cohesiveness, connectedness, and common goals. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., AMACOM, McGraw-Hill Companies. Paperback. New. Paperback. 272 pages. Dimensions: 8.5in. x 5.5in. x 0.9in.The newest addition to the Contemporary Sports Classics series, Miracle on 33rd Street is an account of the Knicks first and only NBA title from the pre-season through the playoffs. It has gained a following because Berger covers not just the baseline jumpers and backdoor passes - he took readers out of bounds and captured the whole story: legendary coach Red Holzman shouting at the team in practice; beer-swilling Knick fans shouting at the participants and spitting on the court; life on the road in and out of hotels, where players are left to their own devices between games. This particular Knick team featured some of basketballs all-time greats such as Dave DeBusschere, Willis Reed, Walt Frazier, and Bill Bradley. More than anything else, this team is remembered for stumbling toward the championship despite key injuries, internal dissension, and a number of outside pressures - and they did it without a true superstar player. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., McGraw-Hill Companies, University Press of Kansas, Lawrence: . Hardcover with dustjacket. Brand new book. It doesn't matter how you remember him--rockabilly rebel, all-American boy, B-movie idol, patriotic G.I., or Las Vegas superstar. Elvis Presley is the most enduring image in American popular culture. This book explains why. Other authors have explored Elvis's life and music, but Erika Doss now examines his multifaceted image as the key to understanding the adulation that has survived his death. She has talked with fans and joined their clubs, studied their creations and made pilgrimages to Graceland, all to explore what these images mean to those who gaze upon them, make them, and collect them. In researching Elvis Culture, Doss discovered that the visual image of Elvis endures because it was so carefully constructed from the start. Sifting through the visual glut of Elvisiana, she looks at how fans collect, arrange, and display Elvis paraphernalia, make Elvis artwork, and participate in the annual August rituals of Elvis Week. By engaging in these acts, she explains, they continually reinvent Elvis to mesh with their own personal and social preferences and to keep his memory alive. Doss examines Elvis in specific contexts: as a religious icon honored in household shrines, as a focus of sexual fantasy for women and men (both straight and gay), as an inspiration for countless impersonators, and as an emblem of whiteness held in disdain by many blacks--despite his having crossed racial lines with his music. She also looks at how Elvis has become a sanitized, legally protected image controlled by Elvis Presley Enterprises, Inc., which bans the sale of black velvet paintings and licenses his likeness around the world. As engrossing as it is informative, Elvis Culture strikingly demonstrates the power of the visual image in our culture and reveals much about American attitudes toward religion, sex, race, and celebrity-as well as about the construction of American identity in the late twentieth century., University Press of Kansas, Lawrence:, Norman 1984 University of Oklahoma Press., first US edition, hard bound in dust jacket, 6 1/2 x 9 1/2, FINE/FINE CONDITION, xv, 368 pages, illus, maps, notes, bibliog., index. ............................................... By the age of thirty-five, Benjamin Henry Grierson had been a musician, bandleader, and unsuccessful businessman, bandleader, and unsuccessful businessman. Early in the Civil War he became an unpaid aide to the commanding officer of an Illinois infantry regiment. A childhood accident had left him wary of horses, and he seemed a most unlikely candidate for distinction as a cavalry officer. Yet in 1863, Colonel Grierson led a cavalry brigade of 1,700 men on a daring raid through Mississippi, one of the most successful operations of its in the entire war. He emerged a national hero and by the end of the war was a Major General commanding a cavalry division in Alabama. ......................................................................................................................................... In the army reorganization of 1866, Grierson accepted an appointment as colonel of the Tenth Cavalry, a command of white officers and black enlisted men. For the remainder of his career he served on the western frontier. Appreciative of the achievements of his black Buffalo Soldiers and sympathetic toward the plight of the Indian people, Grierson did not fit the popular image of the Indian-fighter cavalryman, though in the Victorio War of 1880 he outfought one of the ablest of all Apache chiefs. Despite solid accomplishments as explorer, builder, builder of Fort Sill and other western forts, and developer of the Trans-Pecos region, Grierson was denied promotion until 1890, three months before his retirement. Grierson was often a victim of the personal enmity of General Philip H. Sheridan, but perhaps a greater hindrance to his advancement was the racial prejudice aroused against him because of his enlightened treatment of blacks and Indians., iUniverse. Hardcover. New. Hardcover. 192 pages. Dimensions: 9.1in. x 6.0in. x 0.8in.Marys Master provides observations and interpretations of the English colonization of the area presently known as southern New England. This is a critical review of some of the English writings and quotes regarding those interactions that were contemporary to the time that natives were colonizing the area. The major event that defined this time was King Philips War from 1675 through 1676 which resulted in the crushing defeat of the natives who lived in that part of New England. The primary story in Marys Master centers upon the captivity of one of the English women during that war, Mary Rowlandson. Her narrative is considered to be the most widely read American captivity story ever written. The accounts of other English captives reveal behavior by the natives that shows humanity in great contrast with the savagery attributed to them by most contemporary writers. Mary Rowlandsons master is, Quanopin, a Narragansett sachem whom Mary admires despite all the anti-Indian rhetoric she has been exposed to by others. While their time together is brief, it is exceptional because she expresses an admiration for him not conveyed toward any other Indian, which was unusual for those times and still is today. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., iUniverse, W. W. Norton & Company. Paperback. New. Paperback. 492 pages. Dimensions: 9.2in. x 6.2in. x 1.2in.Judas is a dark journey through the murderousness of Christian Anti-Semitism, culminating in the mass slaughter of more than a and their associated European butchers. Lucid, study is close to definitive on the fictive figure of Judas. Harold Bloom Who was Judas Iscariot and why did he betray Jesus Despite the recent recovery of a Gnostic Gospel bearing his name, the centrality of Judas has gone largely ignored. Yet, because of gaps and incongruities in biblical accounts about him, artists throughout the ages have returned to the twelfth apostle, who inaugurates Jesus death and resurrection. In this comprehensive, probing book, Susan Gubar explains how Judas came to stand for the Jewish people and how he personifies a composite Judeo-Christianity that illuminates ambivalent relationships between Christians and Jews as well as changing attitudes toward the body, blood, and money; greed and hypocrisy; suicide and repentance; homosexuality and divinity. Over twenty centuries, a figure of disgrace turns into a dignitary. Gubar shows how Jesus most notorious discipleknown for a kisshas provoked profound reflections on the problem of evil that still resonate today. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., W. W. Norton & Company, 1st Book Library. Hardcover. New. Hardcover. 112 pages. Dimensions: 9.4in. x 6.5in. x 0.5in.Bridges To Cross follows key individuals through a number of tragedies and challenges, raising questions about spirit, substance, and identity. Bridges open with a situation between Bobbie and William Cross, particularly the close relationship that William shares with their daughter, Ashlee. Tragedy comes into their lives when William is killed in a car accident, and both Bobbie and Ashlee are left to deal with their grief. Bobbie is resentful toward God, mostly because her husbands death comes at a time when she is just beginning to become more spiritually aware, but Ashlees pain seems channeled into a more positive direction. Later in the story Ashlee is attacked and left in a semi-comatose state. Bobbie is terrified at the prospect of losing her daughter as well as her husband. Ashlee has a cathartic moment when she encounters the spirit of her departed father. Ashlee learns that it is not her time to die yet and she returns to her loved ones to continue on in her life, despite the hurt that has come her way. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., 1st Book Library, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts and London England: 2012. Hardcover with dustjacket. Brand new book. What does it mean to be human? Humanism has mostly considered this question from a Western perspective. Through a detailed examination of a vast literary tradition, Hamid Dabashi asks that question anew, from a non-European point of view. The answers are fresh, provocative, and deeply transformative. This groundbreaking study of Persian humanism presents the unfolding of a tradition as the creative and subversive subconscious of Islamic civilization. Exploring how 1,400 years of Persian literature have taken up the question of what it means to be human, Dabashi proposes that the literary subconscious of a civilization may also be the undoing of its repressive measures. This could account for the masculinist hostility of the early Arab conquest that accused Persian culture of effeminate delicacy and sexual misconduct, and later of scientific and philosophical inaccuracy. As the designated feminine subconscious of a decidedly masculinist civilization, Persian literary humanism speaks from a hidden and defiant vantage pointÑand this is what inclines it toward creative subversion. Arising neither despite nor because of Islam, Persian literary humanism was the artistic manifestation of a cosmopolitan urbanism that emerged in the aftermath of the seventh-century Muslim conquest. Removed from the language of scripture and scholasticism, Persian literary humanism occupies a distinct universe of moral obligations in which "a judicious lie," as the thirteenth-century poet Sheykh Mosleh al-Din Sa'di writes, "is better than a seditious truth." Hamid Dabashi is Hagop Kevorkian Professor of Iranian Studies and Comparative Literature at Columbia University. "Dabashi provides a rich and varied account of classical Persian literature. Such commanding figures as Ferdowsi, the 11th century poet of the 'Shahnameh,' or Book of Kings, one of the world's great epics, stand alongside the mystical lyrical poets Hafiz and Rumi, as well as the earthier Sa'di. It is one of Dabashi's accomplishments to demonstrate the unusual continuity of the Persian literary tradition which, despite political upheavals and stylistic revolutionsÑfree verse is the norm in contemporary Persian poetryÑremains strong even in the teeth of brutal governmental repression."ÑEric Ormsby, The Wall Street Journal "In The World of Persian Literary Humanism, Hamid Dabashi revealed, with his usual brilliance, yet more aspects of a sophisticated culture to an Anglophone readership."ÑPankaj Mishra, New Statesman "Dabashi's effortless, capacious erudition is obvious all throughout. Even his offhand comments about Ferdowsi's Shahnameh or Muhammad Iqbal's Asrar-e Khodi (and dozens of other canonical Persian works) are uniformly brilliant."ÑSteve Donoghue, Open Letters Monthly "This is a study of profound erudition, deep historical and literary knowledge, and professional acumen. Dabashi marshals an impressive amount of historical material blended into a wide historical narrative."ÑArshin Adib-Moghaddam "In this fascinating study of the metaphysical concerns of Persian literature, Dabashi presents Persian adab as a movement heretical to the ideological dispositions of Islamic empires. He traces the morality that informs the adab of the Persian language, and shows how a sustained history of a millennium and a half created an amorphous literary subconscious that remained irreducible to any religious identity. A landmark work that shall nurture all future discourse on the subject."ÑMusharraf Ali Farooqi "Dabashi is one of the world's most well-versed and learned scholars of Persian history and culture, and this book could only be written by someone of his intellectual stature who shows a mastery of Persian literature over a thousand years. His creative and engaging narrative carries the reader through a literary odyssey of great geographic breadth and skillful analysis."ÑFiroozeh Kashani-Sabet, University of Pennsylvania "Elegant as well as passionate, Hamid Dabashi's scholarly writings always have a revelatory quality. Yet again he uncovers, in his new book, an astonishing new world for English readers."ÑPankaj Mishra "In this powerfully challenging book, Hamid Dabashi not only pays tribute to the achievements of such great Persian writers as Ferdowsi and Sa'di, who expressed a subversively humanistic vision in counterpoint to the transcendental Islamic scholasticism of the past, but he also shines his intellectual spotlight on influential occidental thinkers ranging from Kant to Said, whose humanism, whether philosophical or literary, fell short of true universality. In a masterful critique of the Eurocentrism he sees as being present, if masked, in the teaching of Comparative Literature, he rescues Persian literature from the 'overextended narratives of Orientalism and ethnic nationalism' and shows how its vibrant aesthetic and spiritual qualities find expression in the work of contemporary writers, filmmakers, and artists. This important work of cultural history has urgent contemporary relevance."ÑMalise Ruthven, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts and London England: 2012, University of Texas Press. Paperback. New. Paperback. 190 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 0.4in.The population of Brazil increased tenfold, from 10 to over 100 million, between 1880 and 1980, nearly half of this increase occurring since the end of World War II. The Politics of Population in Brazil examines the attitudes toward population planning of Brazilian government officials and other elitesbishops, politicians, labor leaders, and business ownersin comparison with mass public opinion. The authors findings that elites seriously underestimate the desire for family planning services, while the public views birth control as a basic issue, represent an important contribution on a timely issue. A major reason for this disparity is that the elites tend to define the issue as a matter of national power and collective growth, and the public sees it as a bread-and-butter question affecting the daily lives of families. McDonough and DeSouza document not only the real gulf between elite and mass opinion but also the propensity of the elites to exaggerate this gap through their stereotyping of public opinion as conservative and disinterested in family planning. Despite these differences, the authors demonstrate that population planning is less conflict ridden than many other controversies in Brazilian politics and probably more amenable to piecemeal bargaining than some earlier studies suggest. In part, this is because attitudes on the issue are not closely identified with opinions regarding left-versus-right disputes. In addition, for the public in general, religious sentiment affects attitudes toward family planning only indirectly. This separation, which reflects the historical lack of penetration of Brazilian society on the part of the church, further attenuates the issues potential for galvanizing deep-seated antagonisms. As the authors note, this situation stands in contrast to the fierce debates that moral issues have generated in Spain and Ireland. The study is noteworthy not only for its original approachthe incorporation of mass and elite data and the departure from the standard concerns with fertility determinants in populationbut also for its sophisticated methodology and lucid presentation. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., University of Texas Press, RareBooksClub. Paperback. New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 36 pages. Original publisher: Washington, D. C. : The Office, 2001. OCLC Number: (OCoLC)48483249 Subject: Energy industries -- United States -- Management. Excerpt: . . . international nuclear safety strategic objectives, where DOE s programs are part of a much broader, multiorganizational U. S. government effort. DOEs fiscal year 2002 performance plan continues with many of the strategies that were in place in fiscal year 2001. DOEs discussion of general goals in the fiscal year 2002 plan is a useful addition to understanding its programs. However, despite progress in outlining strategies toward its general goals, DOEs strategies for measuring progress toward more specific objectives continue to have shortcomings. For example, while the fiscal year 2002 plan mentions the creation of NNSA and notes that ongoing high-level reviews of national security have the potential to affect performance goals for fiscal year 2002 and beyond, the plan does not discuss this as a challenge, nor does it include any dedicated performance objectives or measures for establishing NNSA. This is surprising because NNSA is in the process of implementing changes to its management, planning and budgeting, organizational alignment, and human capital that have the potential to address some of the major management challenges that we and others have identified at DOE. Similarly, DOEs strategy for measuring two of its most important 12 Stockpile Stewardship objectives - conducting campaigns and ensuring the vitality of its national security enterprise - raises questions. DOE proposes measuring these goals through meeting ( 1 ) milestones in 17 campaign plans and ( 2 ) facility operating plans and construction schedules in facility operation plans. While our recent review noted that DOE has a multitude of plans and planning levels, historically DOEs planning efforts have not been integrated and have not been linked or integrated with 13 management controls such as budgets and contracts. Althoug. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN., RareBooksClub, Chipmunkapublishing. Paperback. New. Paperback. 286 pages. Dimensions: 7.9in. x 5.0in. x 0.8in.Description Set in a two year timeframe 2010-2012, aiming towards the London 2012 Olympic Games, seven principal characters in their twenties with very different interests and lifestyles come together, experiencing trials, tribulations, successes and failures, heartaches, romance, and learn to pull themselves together despite their discontent. Tim Richardson (21) is a triathlete hoping to compete and win a title at the London 2012 Olympic Games. Can he become Olympic champion He also excels at BMX biking and is coached by Ben Williams (29), an Ethics Professor with a PhD - based in Scarborough. Ben is the most mature of the seven characters. He becomes the owner of a cocker spaniel called Pp who is admired by Suzanna Jeffries (22). Suzanna is a marathon athlete and triathlete. These two start to see each other after a long and troublesome intervention by her brother Shane Jeffries (24) who is neurotically obsessed with his younger sister to the point of physicality against potential suitors. Shane is a 3rd degree taekwondo blackbelt coach, and marathon runner who participates in the London marathon. His other self holds an interest in Physics and secretly hankers for the Nobel Prize in later life. Alex Davies (32) is in effect the boss. Alex owns a restaurant called Collage (NB not college), and goes on to open a caf called The Flaming Squirrels. Suzanna Jeffries is a waitress in both places as the story progresses. These two venues are often used as locations for the seven crew members to hang out and catch up with each other. Alex is married to Melanie, and they have a five year old daughter called Fiona. The other characters always show great respect towards Alex Davies. Charlie Morris (25) is an entrepreneur who goes on to establish a local tropical fish shop having written his entire business blueprint whilst serving time in a mental hospital with an ASBO for assaulting his father who denied him the necessary encouragement to start out in business. Whilst on the ward he meets Claire Halls (23) who attempted suicide by overdose and is a struggling singer-songwriter. Was this attempt anything to do with her friend Megans husbands death She springs back to life because of Charlie and forms a folk-rock band called Seachimp. Claire is lead singer and acoustic guitarist. The band win a recording contract after they win a local battle of the bands competition and go on a UK tour. Claire and Charlie get married and have a baby called Luke. There are 18 chapters in total tracing their experiences over the two year period. Good and bad, happy and sad, for richer or for poorer, Plan 103f demonstrates how sometimes the best intended plans will change owing to unexpected occurrences. The novel is set in various places including Scarborough, London and Scotland, and the people experience very real events, but the seven characters are supposed to be fictional. The fiction-meets-fact element is intended to make it more real; to make the storyline believable. There is sex, blood, romance, love, money, enterprise, Olympism, and the story winds up with the seven crew members in Alexs establishment Collage, evaluating everything they have been through together in this period of time. The seven principal characters could be said to represent different aspects of the authors own character, dreams, and experiences. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Chipmunkapublishing

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Description Set in a two year timeframe 2010-2012, aiming towards the London 2012 Olympic Games, seven principal characters in their twenties with very different interests and lifestyles come together, experiencing trials, tribulations, successes and failures, heartaches, romance, and learn to pull themselves together despite their discontent.Tim Richardson (21) is a triathlete hoping to compete and win a title at the London 2012 Olympic Games. Can he become Olympic champion? He also excels at BMX biking and is coached by Ben Williams (29), an Ethics Professor with a PhD - based in Scarborough. Ben is the most mature of the seven characters. He becomes the owner of a cocker spaniel called Pépé who is admired by Suzanna Jeffries (22). Suzanna is a marathon athlete and triathlete. These two start to see each other after a long and troublesome intervention by her brother Shane Jeffries (24) who is neurotically obsessed with his younger sister to the point of physicality against potential suitors. Shane is a 3rd degree taekwondo blackbelt coach, and marathon runner who participates in the London marathon. His other self holds an interest in Physics and secretly hankers for the Nobel Prize in later life.Alex Davies (32) is in effect ''the boss''. Alex owns a restaurant called Collage (NB not college), and goes on to open a café called The Flaming Squirrels. Suzanna Jeffries is a waitress in both places as the story progresses. These two venues are often used as locations for the seven ''crew'' members to hang out and catch up with each other. Alex is married to Melanie, and they have a five year old daughter called Fiona. The other characters always show great respect towards Alex Davies.Charlie Morris (25) is an entrepreneur who goes on to establish a local tropical fish shop having written his entire business blueprint whilst serving time in a mental hospital with an ASBO for assaulting his father who denied him the necessary encouragement to start out in business. Whilst on the ward he meets Claire Halls (23) who attempted suicide by overdose and is a struggling singer-songwriter. Was this attempt anything to do with her friend Megan''s husbands death? She springs back to life because of Charlie and forms a folk-rock band called ''Seachimp''. Claire is lead singer and acoustic guitarist. The band win a recording contract after they win a local battle of the bands competition and go on a UK tour. Claire and Charlie get married and have a baby called Luke.There are 18 chapters in total tracing their experiences over the two year period. Good and bad, happy and sad, for richer or for poorer, Plan 103f demonstrates how sometimes the best intended plans will change owing to unexpected occurrences. The novel is set in various places including Scarborough, London and Scotland, and the people experience very real events, but the seven characters are supposed to be fictional.The fiction-meets-fact element is intended to make it more real; to make the storyline believable. There is sex, blood, romance, love, money, enterprise, Olympism, and the story winds up with the seven ''crew'' members in Alex''s establishment ''Collage'', evaluating everything they have been through together in this period of time.The seven principal characters could be said to represent different aspects of the author''s own character, dreams, and experiences. Jamie Kershaw, Books, Health and Well Being, Plan 103f: Is Mental Health Really The Be All And End All Of Our Dreams? Or Are We Just Deluded? Books>Health and Well Being, Chipmunkapublishing

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2012, ISBN: 9781849911726

[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: Chipmunkapublishing], Description Set in a two year timeframe 2010-2012, aiming towards the London 2012 Olympic Games, seven principal characters in their twenties with very different interests and lifestyles come together, experiencing trials, tribulations, successes and failures, heartaches, romance, and learn to pull themselves together despite their discontent. Tim Richardson (21) is a triathlete hoping to compete and win a title at the London 2012 Olympic Games. Can he become Olympic champion? He also excels at BMX biking and is coached by Ben Williams (29), an Ethics Professor with a PhD - based in Scarborough. Ben is the most mature of the seven characters. He becomes the owner of a cocker spaniel called Pépé who is admired by Suzanna Jeffries (22). Suzanna is a marathon athlete and triathlete. These two start to see each other after a long and troublesome intervention by her brother Shane Jeffries (24) who is neurotically obsessed with his younger sister to the point of physicality against potential suitors. Shane is a 3rd degree taekwondo blackbelt coach, and marathon runner who participates in the London marathon. His other self holds an interest in Physics and secretly hankers for the Nobel Prize in later life. Alex Davies (32) is in effect 'the boss'. Alex owns a restaurant called "Collage" (NB not college), and goes on to open a café called "The Flaming Squirrels". Suzanna Jeffries is a waitress in both places as the story progresses. These two venues are often used as locations for the seven 'crew' members to hang out and catch up with each other. Alex is married to Melanie, and they have a five year old daughter called Fiona. The other characters always show great respect towards Alex Davies. Charlie Morris (25) is an entrepreneur who goes on to establish a local tropical fish shop having written his entire business blueprint whilst serving time in a mental hospital with an ASBO for assaulting his father who denied him the necessary encouragement to start out in business. Whilst on the ward he meets Claire Halls (23) who attempted suicide by overdose and is a struggling singer-songwriter. Was this attempt anything to do with her friend Megan's husbands death? She springs back to life because of Charlie and forms a folk-rock band called 'Seachimp'. Claire is lead singer and acoustic guitarist. The band win a recording contract after they win a local battle of the bands competition and go on a UK tour. Claire and Charlie get married and have a baby called Luke. There are 18 chapters in total tracing their experiences over the two year period. Good and bad, happy and sad, for richer or for poorer, Plan 103f demonstrates how sometimes the best intended plans will change owing to unexpected occurrences. The novel is set in various places including Scarborough, London and Scotland, and the people experience very real events, but the seven characters are supposed to be fictional. The fiction-meets-fact element is intended to make it more real to make the storyline believable. There is sex, blood, romance, love, money, enterprise, Olympism, and the story winds up with the seven 'crew' members in Alex's establishment 'Collage', evaluating everything they have been through together in this period of time. The seven principal characters could be said to represent different aspects of the author's own character, dreams, and experiences.Versandfertig in 3-5 Tagen, [SC: 0.00]

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DescriptionSet in a two year timeframe 2010-2012, aiming towards the London 2012 Olympic Games, seven principal characters in their twenties with very different interests and lifestyles come together, experiencing trials, tribulations, successes and failures, heartaches, romance, and learn to pull themselves together despite their discontent. Tim Richardson (21) is a triathlete hoping to compete and win a title at the London 2012 Olympic Games. Can he become DescriptionSet in a two year timeframe 2010-2012, aiming towards the London 2012 Olympic Games, seven principal characters in their twenties with very different interests and lifestyles come together, experiencing trials, tribulations, successes and failures, heartaches, romance, and learn to pull themselves together despite their discontent. Tim Richardson (21) is a triathlete hoping to compete and win a title at the London 2012 Olympic Games. Can he become Olympic champion? He also excels at BMX biking and is coached by Ben Williams (29), an Ethics Professor with a PhD - based in Scarborough. Ben is the most mature of the seven characters. He becomes the owner of a cocker spaniel called Pépé who is admired by Suzanna Jeffries (22). Suzanna is a marathon athlete and triathlete. These two start to see each other after a long and troublesome intervention by her brother Shane Jeffries (24) who is neurotically obsessed with his younger sister to the point of physicality against potential suitors. Shane is a 3rd degree taekwondo blackbelt coach, and marathon runner who participates in the London marathon. His other self holds an interest in Physics and secretly hankers for the Nobel Prize in later life. Alex Davies (32) is in effect 'the boss'. Alex owns a restaurant called "Collage" (NB not college), and goes on to open a café called "The Flaming Squirrels". Suzanna Jeffries is a waitress in both places as the story progresses. These two venues are often used as locations for the seven 'crew' members to hang out and catch up with each other. Alex is married to Melanie, and they have a five year old daughter called Fiona. The other characters always show great respect towards Alex Davies. Charlie Morris (25) is an entrepreneur who goes on to establish a local tropical fish shop having written his entire business blueprint whilst serving time in a mental hospital with an ASBO for assaulting his father who Books, Psychology~~Psychopathology~~Schizophrenia, Plan-103f~~Jamie-Kershaw, 999999999, Plan 103f, Jamie Kershaw, 184991172X, Chipmunkapublishing, , , , , Chipmunkapublishing

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Plan 103f: Is Mental Health Really the Be All and End All of Our Dreams? or Are We Just Deluded?
Autor:

Kershaw, Jamie

Titel:

Plan 103f: Is Mental Health Really the Be All and End All of Our Dreams? or Are We Just Deluded?

ISBN-Nummer:

184991172X

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781849911726
ISBN (ISBN-10): 184991172X
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2010
Herausgeber: CHIPMUNKAPUB
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Sprache: eng/Englisch

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