Once we understand some of the reasons that might be underlying a child's worries about being away from others, ... William William used to be such a happy baby who 'was no trouble at all', so it didn't make sense to his parents why he ...
Author: Ann Cox
Publisher: Hachette UK
Are you worried about your child's mental health? Is your child or teenager showing worrying signs or symptoms? Are you waiting for a CAMHS referral, or professional treatment for your child? Helping Your Child with Worry and Anxiety is written by a team of mental health care professionals who have decades of experience working with children and young people. If your child is showing signs of anxiety or any related mental health condition, if you're thinking about consulting a professional or even on the waiting list to see one, this book will have plenty of practical strategies to support both them and you. It covers everything from spotting symptoms to managing things at home - and how/when to seek further help if you think it might be necessary. It offers advice and insight into almost every possible anxiety-related condition your child might experience, including: * Worry * Fears and phobias * Worries about eating and eating disorders * Anxiety and self-harm * Separation and social anxiety * Obsessive/compulsive behaviours There are plenty of suggestions for how to help manage your own physical and mental health during challenging times, too. Most importantly, you can feel confident and safe as you support your child, as the advice in this book comes directly from experts with a speciality in each area, who have first-hand experience of working with children and young people in the healthcare system.
'Do not worry yourself on my account, William. I think your display of solicitude and concern for my wellbeing should be directed at your betrothed, not me.' She spoke lightly, but as if William read a hidden meaning behind her words he ...
Author: Marguerite Kaye
Do you dream of wicked rakes, gorgeous Highlanders and muscled Viking warriors? Harlequin® Historical brings you three new full-length titles in one collection! THE INCONVENIENT ELMSWOOD MARRIAGE Penniless Brides of Convenience by Marguerite Kaye (Regency) When Lord Elmswood is badly hurt, Kate must nurse the husband she barely knows back to health…and discovers how maddeningly attractive he is! MR. FAIRCLOUGH’S INHERITED BRIDE Secrets of a Victorian Household by Georgie Lee (Victorian) Silas Fairclough’s practical marriage to Lady Mary is shaken up by news from England. Now they must leave America and return to the land of scandal they’d left behind… REUNITED AT THE KING’S COURT by Helen Dickson (English Civil War) Arlette thought she’d lost the Royalist soldier she once loved. Now William has returned, but they both have convenient betrothals beckoning… Can their reignited passion conquer all? Look for Harlequin® Historical’s January 2020 Box Set 2 of 2, filled with even more timeless love stories!
When I'm WORRIED , my mind can travel all over the place I just struggle to think straight , and everything seems to annoy me don't like this feeling because I must hide my WORRIES have no idea about how my from everyone twortieduwiliam ...
Author: Liam Kelly
Publisher: Austin Macauley Publishers
Category: Juvenile Fiction
“All my life, I’ve kept my worries hidden from you! Now that I’ve started to write down everything, I feel less worried. I feel confident talking to you about my worries and I’m so thankful.” William
William D. Mounce. Old Testament Verb: (ksâ), GK 4059 (S 3680), 153x. This word is predominately used with the literal sense “to cover.” In other contexts, it can denote “conceal, hide” and even “forgive.” See cover.
Author: William D. Mounce
Publisher: Zondervan Academic
For years, Vine’s Expository Dictionary has been the standard word study tool for pastors and laypeople, selling millions of copies. But sixty-plus years of scholarship have shed extensive new light on the use of biblical Greek and Hebrew, creating the need for a new, more accurate, more thorough dictionary of Bible words. William Mounce, whose Greek grammar has been used by more than 100,000 college and seminary students, is the editor of this new dictionary, which will become the layperson’s gold standard for biblical word studies. Mounce’s is ideal for the reader with limited or no knowledge of Greek or Hebrew who wants greater insight into the meanings of biblical words to enhance Bible study. It is also the perfect reference for busy pastors needing to quickly get at the heart of a word’s meaning without wading through more technical studies. What makes Mounce’s superior to Vine’s? The most accurate, in-depth definitions based on the best of modern evangelical scholarship Both Greek and Hebrew words are found under each English entry (Vine’s separates them) Employs both Strong’s and G/K numbering systems (Vine’s only uses Strong’s) Mounce’s accuracy is endorsed by leading scholars
Shelley gave William a sharp glance, making him mouth the word “Sorry” and step behind Ralph, as if to hide. ... until he realized the little girl was still hidden beneath the blankets and couldn't see his nod. “Yeah. Real worried.
Author: Drew Hayden Taylor
Publisher: Cormorant Books
When Ralph Thomas comes across graffiti of a horse in an alleyway in the early hours of the morning, he is stopped in his tracks. He recognizes this horse. A half-asleep Indigenous homeless man sees Ralph’s reaction to the horse and calls out to him. Over the course of a morning’s worth of hot coffee on a bitterly cold day, Ralph and the homeless man talk and Ralph remembers a troubling moment from his childhood when an odd little girl, Danielle, drew the most beautiful and intriguing horse on his mother’s Everything Wall, winning the competition set up for children on the Otter Lake Reserve. Ralph has lived with many questions that arose from his eleventh winter. What did the horse mean — to him, his sister, his best friend, and, most importantly, the girl who drew it? These questions have never left him. Chasing Painted Horses has a magical, fablelike quality that will enchant readers, and haunt them, for years to come.
In one study, mothers who were anxious because their children were soon to go into hospital to have their tonsils out were tested (Parkinson & Rachman, 1981). They listened to a tape recording of music in which were hidden words, ...
Author: Andrew M. Colman
Psychology plays an increasingly important role in today's society. Its influence can be seen all around us - be it in the home, the workplace, the school or our private lives. A uniquely diverse discipline, it ranges from social psychology to biological aspects of behaviour, and from basic research to the applied professions. This Companion Encyclopedia covers all these main branches of psychological research and professional practice. The thematic arrangement is the result of the Editor's extensive research into syllabi, from which he distilled the 13 most frequently taught units. Students can consult and be referred to sections relating to their lecture programme, and can find lucid definitions of frequently used terms in the Glossary. Headings and sub-headings are clearly highlighted at the beginning of each chapter - ideal for quick reference. * Provides authoritative and in-depth reference material on all major branches of psychological research and professional practice * Contributors include many of the world's most eminent psychologists * Written in a lively style without assuming previous knowledge of the subject * Structured according to the core topics appearing most often as discrete modules in contemporary psychology courses * Detailed bibliographies, further reading sections, exhaustive index and glossary of technical terms * Containing 165 supporting illustrations
She spoke lightly, but as if William read a hidden meaning behind her words he frowned, glancing at the young woman he was to wed who was in happy conversation with Mrs Gardner. 'Do you think I have cause to worry about her?
Author: Helen Dickson
Kept apart by duty… Reunited by love? Arlette Dryden has never forgotten William Latham, the Royalist soldier who accompanied her to safety while the Battle of Worcester raged. Or how her heart broke when he left. Now it’s the exiled king’s return parade, and stunned Arlette locks eyes with her charismatic cavalier again. She’s still irresistibly drawn to him, but as both have convenient betrothals beckoning, can their long-held passion conquer all?
William worried about money most of his life , especially while raising a family , and the letters between him and ... the patient had rallied and was calling for a thesaurus to discover the exact descriptive word for his condition .
Author: Gerald Eugene Myers
Publisher: Yale University Press
Category: Biography & Autobiography
This magisterial book is the first comprehensive interpretive and critical study of one of America's foremost philosophers and psychologists. Gerald Myers traces James's life and career and then uses this fresh biographical information to illuminate his writings and ideas.
William said as he stood up to look at Hilda. ... William wasn't much for words, but Hilda could tell her father was worried. ... Hilda didn't hide the worry in her voice or the American way of addressing her English father.
Author: Erika Taylor
Set against the backdrop of the 1918 Spanish Flu Pandemic, young George Byram is more than ready to leave his distant father and harsh life at Willow Creek, his family's farm in rural Idaho. Just as World War I ends, George's life begins to unravel when his mother dies suddenly from influenza, and the rest of his family becomes ill. Unable to cope with the grief and responsibility of his young children, George's father makes a drastic decision that further alters the course of the family's life. In his darkest hour, George must now make an unimaginable choice. Keeping Willow Creek is a coming of age story that provides a modern-day road map for moving forward after a pandemic. George Byram gives a fresh voice to modern feminism and shows how resilience is possible when we face our grief and embrace the roles we were meant to play.
She started to say something, and he spoke over her words. ... “Can you tell us where Mrs. Williams—Molly —left the building? She's with a dog, right?” Alison smiled at Shadow ... I think she's as worried about Trixie as Mrs. Williams.
Author: Amy Shojai
Publisher: Furry Muse Publications
"...a creepy must-read mystery for animal lovers." -J.T. Ellison, NYT bestselling author A ruthless stalker. A lethal epidemic. Can a wounded soul prevent old family secrets from destroying her future and killing those she loves? September Day constantly struggles with PTSD. Ashamed of a secret scandal from her past, she keeps new friends at arm’s length, relying on her support cat Macy and service dog Shadow to heal her heart. When her mother encourages September to resume normal life, she reluctantly agrees to play cello for an event. But as she leaves the house, she’s horrified to discover a sadistic message—her onetime captor has tracked her down! To save Macy’s life, she’s forced to leave her fortress home, heartbroken he may have a devastating contagion affecting both people and pets. September and Shadow race the clock seeking medical help to stop the plague. But when her nemesis cat-naps Macy to punish her, and the deadly illness targets those she loves, September fears she may be too late to prevent further carnage. With innocent lives on the line, can September and Shadow stop the disease and protect new friends from the killer? Hide And Seek is the second action-packed installment in the gripping September and Shadow series. If you like roller-coaster thrills and courageous animal heroes, then you’ll love Amy Shojai’s dark suspense series. Buy Hide And Seek to pursue justice today!