Still Stuck

At bath time, a boy who believes he is ready to dress and undress himself gets stuck in his clothes, then imagines what life will be like if he remains that way forever.

Author: Shinsuke Yoshitake

Publisher: Harry N. Abrams

ISBN: 1419726994

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

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At bath time, a boy who believes he is ready to dress and undress himself gets stuck in his clothes, then imagines what life will be like if he remains that way forever.


Author: Teddy Grizzly

Publisher: Teddy Grizzly

ISBN: 9781537859279

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 26

View: 174


This is my OCD story. It is not a survival guide for others. Just the details of my struggles and battles. This book (originally a journal) was written during the darkest, gloomiest period of my life. It is being published so as to enable others to understand what is happening with their loved ones who suffer from OCD (not for the personal amusement of trolls and religious nuts). As I was working on my OCD survival book, “Breaking Free!” I remembered that I must share what happened, in my life, in the past, before I say, “You can beat it!” • Christians might find this book offensive. So please don’t buy it unless you are a broadminded, sensible Christian who doesn’t blame everything on the demons.


Kids ages eight to thirteen can tote these pocket-size guides anywhere and learn to slash stress, give cliques and rude people the boot, get organized, behave becomingly, and in general hugely boost their coping skills.

Author: James J. Crist

Publisher: Free Spirit Publishing

ISBN: 9781575427645

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 128

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Brothers and sisters: they can make great friends, and it’s nice to have someone who’ll love you no matter what. But kids know siblings can be a real drag, too. Full-color illustrations and humorous, kidfriendly text teach kids how to cope with problems of fairness, jealousy, conflict, tattling, privacy, and other things that can make having siblings so difficult. Kids learn how to cope with a new baby in the home and how to handle special situations such as siblings with special needs, step-siblings, and adopted siblings. Unlike most other books on the topic, Siblings doesn’t dwell on sibling rivalry; it focuses on building positive relationships. After all, siblings can grow up to be the best of friends.


Many are stuck, struggling to become adults but unable to gain acceptance as one.The potential outcomes of this situation are alarming.

Author: Marc Sommers

Publisher: University of Georgia Press

ISBN: 9780820338927

Category: Political Science

Page: 288

View: 173


Young people are transforming the global landscape. As the human popu­lation today is younger and more urban than ever before, prospects for achieving adulthood dwindle while urban migration soars. Devastated by genocide, hailed as a spectacular success, and critiqued for its human rights record, the Central African nation of Rwanda provides a compelling setting for grasping new challenges to the world’s youth. Spotlighting failed masculinity, urban desperation, and forceful governance, Marc Sommers tells the dramatic story of young Rwandans who are “stuck,” striving against near-impossible odds to become adults. In Rwandan culture, female youth must wait, often in vain, for male youth to build a house before they can marry. Only then can male and female youth gain acceptance as adults. However, Rwanda’s severe housing crisis means that most male youth are on a treadmill toward failure, unable to build their house yet having no choice but to try. What follows is too often tragic. Rural youth face a future as failed adults, while many who migrate to the capital fail to secure a stable life and turn fatalistic about contracting HIV/AIDS. Featuring insightful interviews with youth, adults, and government officials, Stuck tells the story of an ambitious, controlling government trying to gov­ern an exceptionally young and poor population in a densely populated and rapidly urbanizing country. This pioneering book sheds new light on the struggle to come of age and suggests new pathways toward the attainment of security, development, and coexistence in Africa and beyond. Published in association with the United States Institute of Peace


It's almostasif he's writing his own script called:Stuck! Amust read for any writer, producer, or director.” —Lee W. Gluckman Jr., Chairman, ...

Author: Josh Miller

Publisher: Brush Education

ISBN: 9781550597837

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 288

View: 138


Maybe you have a great idea for a movie, and you're thinking to yourself, "Man, if I only knew how to write a screenplay." Maybe you've started your screenplay already, but you get to a certain point where you JUST DON'T KNOW WHAT TO DO NEXT! Or maybe you've already finished your screenplay, printed it out, read it over again, hated it, and burned it in your trash can (but you saved a backup). Don't give up on your dreams just yet--not until you've read this book. Over the course of his successful career as a writer and producer, Josh Miller has learned plenty about the art of screenwriting. There are no fancy tricks or shortcuts to making a great screenplay, just time-honored techniques, fundamental story elements, and one secret ingredient: you. Josh will show you how to craft a compelling story and deploy advanced techniques used by professional screenwriters, but most importantly, he'll teach you how to harness your unique voice, experience and perspective to give your screenplay real substance. Get this book, and get yourself unstuck.


The art for Stuck was created by compositing various scribbles and blotches of paint, made on small pieces of paper, all together inside my computer.

Author: Oliver Jeffers

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9781101650653

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

View: 794


From the illustrator of the #1 smash The Day the Crayons Quit comes another bestseller--a giggle-inducing tale of everything tossed, thrown, and hurled in order to free a kite! When Floyd's kite gets stuck in a tree, he's determined to get it out. But how? Well, by knocking it down with his shoe, of course. But strangely enough, it too gets stuck. And the only logical course of action . . . is to throw his other shoe. Only now it's stuck! Surely there must be something he can use to get his kite unstuck. An orangutan? A boat? His front door? Yes, yes, and yes. And that's only the beginning. Stuck is Oliver Jeffers' most absurdly funny story since The Incredible Book-Eating Boy. Childlike in concept and vibrantly illustrated as only Oliver Jeffers could, here is a picture book worth rescuing from any tree.

Stuck at the Airport

Ifyou just need a space to spread out your laptop and papers, you'll find a set ofwork desks in Terminal C, postsecurity. 254 | Stuck at the Airport.

Author: Harriet Baskas

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9780743216647

Category: Transportation

Page: 288

View: 357


Airports used to be places we just passed through on our way to somewhere else. But with an increase in layovers and ever-mounting delays, "dwell-time" in airports has become an inevitable, tedious, and often infuriating part of travel today. This essential guidebook won't get you where you want to go faster, but it does provide great suggestions for eating well, taking care of business, and having fun while you wait. In clear, cleverly written profiles of each airport, Harriet Baskas,'s airport expert, spells out: the best places to eat and what local specialties to try; diversions for kids (playgrounds, observation decks, and museums); quick trips to make by cab (including times to the nearest city); locations of business centers and data ports; shops with interesting, reasonably priced items; well-stocked bookstores; art and history exhibits; clean places to shower and quiet corners for taking a nap. In some airports, she reveals, you can even get a dentist to look at that troublesome tooth, a shoemaker to fix a wobbly heel, and a masseuse to case travel-induced kinks -- and crankiness. Organized alphabetically for easy reference. Stuck at the Airport is the indispensable travel companion for business and leisure travelers alike.


STUCK ' STUCK.' ( They stretched and strained and shoved with might. came a yelp from the muck. 'No such luck,' 'I'm terribly, horribly, monstrously 'Our ...

Author: Diane Harding

Publisher: Little Steps Publishing

ISBN: 9781922358660

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

View: 214


Elephant, Hippo, Bear, Zebra, Snake and Duck go for a walk. Oops! Elephant falls in a hole. What can they do to get Elephant out? Then ... Disaster! They all fall in. Who can get them out now?


... Hilary Frost Illustrated by Chris Masters RED LEVEL introducing an initial 19 - word sight vocabulary and the main characters sound start Core Stuck !

Author: John Jackman

Publisher: Nelson Thornes

ISBN: 0748751343


Page: 12

View: 386


For pre-reading age19 initial key sight wordsSupported by Booster readers and Big Core readersPractise phonic patternsAppealing multicultural characters


Why Asian Americans Don't Reach the Top of the Corporate Ladder Margaret M. Chin. Stuck Stuck Why Asian Americans Don't Reach the Top of the Front Cover.

Author: Margaret M. Chin

Publisher: NYU Press

ISBN: 9781479845682

Category: Social Science


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A behind-the-scenes examination of Asian Americans in the workplace In the classroom, Asian Americans, often singled out as so-called “model minorities,” are expected to be top of the class. Often they are, getting straight As and gaining admission to elite colleges and universities. But the corporate world is a different story. As Margaret M. Chin reveals in this important new book, many Asian Americans get stuck on the corporate ladder, never reaching the top. In Stuck, Chin shows that there is a “bamboo ceiling” in the workplace, describing a corporate world where racial and ethnic inequalities prevent upward mobility. Drawing on interviews with second-generation Asian Americans, she examines why they fail to advance as fast or as high as their colleagues, showing how they lose out on leadership positions, executive roles, and entry to the coveted boardroom suite over the course of their careers. An unfair lack of trust from their coworkers, absence of role models, sponsors and mentors, and for women, sexual harassment and prejudice especially born at the intersection of race and gender are only a few of the factors that hold Asian American professionals back. Ultimately, Chin sheds light on the experiences of Asian Americans in the workplace, providing insight into and a framework of who is and isn’t granted access into the upper echelons of American society, and why.

I Am Stuck in the Mud and Need Help to Get Out

I get stuck along the way—not just visiting people, sightseeing, or pausing to learn, but stopping at a stage and getting bogged down in unhealthy ways.

Author: Jewel Harper MPA M.DIV

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781664172098

Category: Religion

Page: 60

View: 388


“I am stuck in the mud and need help to get out.” Represent God as holding us up through life problems and moving us along on our journey through life. The Lord while I was in the mud was with me and he carried my burdens, pain, past hurts, and disappointments upon Himself. Meaning the weight, I felt internally is from the devastating blows of life experiences. The whole point of being on a journey and getting struck in the mud is learning to love yourself with your imperfections because God does Love us.

Somebody Help I m Stuck

Too many people feel out of control and just plain old stuck in life. Like many ofyou reading this book, I have lived a life offeeling stuck.

Author: Rodney D. Smith

Publisher: Balboa Press

ISBN: 9781452564746

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 132

View: 387


SOMEBODY HELP I'M STUCK; Everyday people wake up feeling stuck in life, work, relationships, marriage, and have no clue how to change their situation! Now there is a solution, to feeling Stuck in life. This book will change your life in way's you never thought possible. "Rev. Smith has provided us with probing insights and practical realism. He takes an honest look in to the mind and spirit to lay out strategically ways to find success and achieve anything in life. This book is a self-help manual to guide us in facing challenges with the proper application and successfully achieve our desired goals. I commend this book to you--be prepared for the change and success God will bring to your life." —Reverend Dr. Lee. P. Washington Pastor, Reid Temple AME Church Glenn Dale, MD Rooted in faith and written with love, Rodney D. Smith has created the blueprint for helping others pull themselves out of a rut and into a more fulfilling life. Somebody, Help! I'm Stuck is a step-by-step guide to success for anyone looking to go a little bit further, see a little more clearly, or reach a little bit higher. There is power within the lessons of this book. All you have to do is grab it! A must read! —Shalisa Powell, MEdCollege President, Chicago, IL

Stuck with Tourism

Being stuck with tourism, then, also established a comparison with the way things were in the It evoked acceptance of the lasting and potentially pervasive ...

Author: Matilde Córdoba Azcárate

Publisher: University of California Press

ISBN: 9780520344495

Category: Social Science

Page: 316

View: 274


Tourism has become one of the most powerful forces organizing the predatory geographies of late capitalism. It creates entangled futures of exploitation and dependence, extracting resources and labor, and eclipsing other ways of doing, living, and imagining life. And yet, tourism also creates jobs, encourages infrastructure development, and in many places inspires the only possibility of hope and well-being. Stuck with Tourism explores the ambivalent nature of tourism by drawing on ethnographic evidence from the Mexican Yucatán Peninsula, a region voraciously transformed by tourism development over the past forty years. Contrasting labor and lived experiences at the beach resorts of Cancún, protected natural enclaves along the Gulf coast, historical buildings of the colonial past, and maquilas for souvenir production in the Maya heartland, this book explores the moral, political, ecological, and everyday dilemmas that emerge when, as Yucatán’s inhabitants put it, people get stuck in tourism’s grip.

Forever Stuck

'We might as well be stuck to each other,' he finished. A sneaky look appeared in his eyes. His eyes shone right through me. 'We might as well,' I said.

Author: Bethany Anne Miller

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1456831682

Category: Fiction

Page: 207

View: 961


‘. . . I was where I wanted to be, with my friends in our new life – forever. So why was it that life didn’t feel full, it didn’t feel like it was done with throwing me about yet? I could feel something bad was going to happen . . . I pressed my dark issues to the back of my mind and smiled a slightly untruthful happiness . . .’ Daniela and her friends have always had the life that many wish for, the perfect lifestyle. Only, something changes and throws their perfect world around. Death, fear, love, and commitment get all mixed together, and Daniela seems to be the only one with the answers. But can they battle the danger they never knew existed and live a life of secrecy? Will they fit in being Forever Stuck?

Stuck Study Guide

Stuck. Is. Not. We all are products of messed-up environments. Even with the best parents, spouses, and friends, we still have wounds from relationships.

Author: Jennie Allen

Publisher: Thomas Nelson Inc

ISBN: 9781418548742

Category: Religion

Page: 144

View: 326



Sober But Stuck

I think that just about everyone gets stuck at some point during recovery. At its best, grappling with an unyielding personal problem can be frustrating; ...

Author: Dan F.

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781592859214

Category: Self-Help

Page: 228

View: 682


Sober But Stuck addresses common issues, such as fear of failure, unhealthy relationships, and resentments, that can act as barriers to serenity and ultimately threaten sobriety. People in recovery soon find out that maintaining abstinence from alcohol and other drugs is only half the battle. Sober But Stuck addresses the issues that can act as barriers to serenity and ultimately threaten sobriety. Sober But Stuck topics include fear of failure, unhealthy or dependent relationships, resentments, and more. Provides needed encouragement for maintaining recovery from alcohol and other drugs.

On Being Stuck

Getting Stuck Is Also Part of Writing The creative process has natural ebbs and flows. When you find your writing in an ebb tide, do what writers do: ...

Author: Laraine Herring

Publisher: Shambhala Publications

ISBN: 9780834840157

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 192

View: 576


Writer’s block. If you are a writer, you know it can be a haunting, terrifying force—a wolf at the door, a vast conspiracy, something that keeps you up at night, spinning your wheels, going nowhere. But what if we’ve been thinking about writer’s block all wrong? What if, by paying attention to its qualities and inquiring into its hidden gifts, we can release that power? On Being Stuck is an empowering guide to working with your blocks and finding the friend within the beast. Using deep inquiry, writing prompts, body and breath exercises, and a range of interdisciplinary approaches, On Being Stuck will help you uncover the gifts hidden within your creative blocks, while also deepening your relationship to your work and reawakening your creative process.

Stuck It s About to Get Very Weird

“You mean I traveled through space?” I blurt out. “And time,” Tom sighs. “We're stuck in this other dimension, this other copy of our world.

Author: Tim Brewster

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc

ISBN: 9781483457451

Category: Fiction


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I don’t recognize anybody. Not one single kid. Not one single teacher. Not even the front-desk lady. It’s like every person I know in school has been scooped up and replaced by imposters. Eleven-year-old Sierra Malkens walks into school one day to find that her entire life is just a little bit different. Her friends, her teacher—everyone is different, but only sort of. Then a strange boy named Tom reveals to her that they’re stuck—in another dimension. Sierra has somehow switched places with her twin from a different universe, and it’s about to get very weird. Soon Sierra is thrown into a wild adventure across other worlds, full of strange and dangerous people, like the Weed Eaters, the Meat Eaters, and the Bug Crunchers. She will have to figure it all out and get home to her family, before she gets stuck in the wrong dimension ... forever. In this novel for middle readers, a girl trapped in another dimension must work with a boy who is also stuck so that they can find their way home.

Feeling stuck How To Unlock Your Unconscious Mind

People Often decide to see a therapist because they feel 'stuck' in a vicious cycle. When this happens the intelligent 'logical' part of our mind may very ...

Author: Shane Cuthbert

Publisher: Shane Cuthbert


Category: Self-Help


View: 135


Feeling "Stuck" Caught in a vicious cycle and don't know how to break free? Lean how to become 'unstuck' and make your future brighter than your past. One of the most common reasons that people come in to therapy is because of what they describe as a feeling like being stuck. What that means is, being stuck is when essentially we know one thing up here, we know consciously the logical level, we realize reality, but there's something on the inside that just feels very, very different. We know what we should be eating, we know what we should be avoiding, we know what habits are bad for us, we know what habits are good for us, but despite knowing it up here something on the inside just keeps magnetically pulling us towards a different direction. Whereas the things that we know are good for us it's like something on the inside is kind of resisting, or repelling us away from those things. The thing I'd like you to take onboard here is to understand that it's a perfectly normal and natural part of the human condition to experience what we'd call inner conflict. In other words, where our head and our heart are sort of out of whack, and not playing on the same team. Whilst this is normal and very, very common it can also sometimes be very unhelpful. Especially when that inner conflict is either pulling us away from things that would really be in our best interest to be able to do, and especially when they're pulling us towards things that can be potentially self destructive. The thing I'd like you to take onboard here is to understand that it's a perfectly normal and natural part of the human condition to experience what we'd call inner conflict. In other words, where our head and our heart are sort of out of whack, and not playing on the same team. Whilst this is normal and very, very common it can also sometimes be very unhelpful. Especially when that inner conflict is either pulling us away from things that would really be in our best interest to be able to do, and especially when they're pulling us towards things that can be potentially self destructive.

Stuck in Halftime

Stuck” is not a onetime event that you can “fix,” then, having surmounted it, press forward without further difficulty. Stuck happens over and over again.

Author: Bob P. Buford

Publisher: Zondervan

ISBN: 9780310877448

Category: Religion

Page: 172

View: 555


Since the release of Halftime in 1994, more than 150,000 people have purchased that book and begun a journey from success to significance. In a way that no one could have predicted, Halftime started a widespread movement viewing midlife as an opportunity rather than a crisis. It helped men and women between the ages of 35 and 50 realize they may have another thirty years of active, vibrant living ahead of them. And, according to author Buford, retirement is not the optimal option.But now, many of the people who began the journey from success to significance have found themselves sidetracked, stuck in the middle of their transition.Stuck in Halftime coaches readers how to get past the barriers that stand in their way to maturity and fulfillment. It outlines eight "myths of halftime" and explains the new set of rules for this second half of life’s journey. Combining practical guidance with personal stories of people who have become "unstuck," Stuck in Halftime renews the vision and determination of those who heard the "still, small voice of God" calling them to a life of significance.