The Love Life

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Author: Davison Kanokanga

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1477222170

Category: Religion

Page: 172

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This book is an excellent tool for those wanting a healthy relationship with themselves and with others. It will teach you how to overcome different types of sexual temptation, how to deal with stress and grief, how to avoid fatal attractions, how to manage your finances as well as how to have healthy relationships. It is a must have.

Harding His Presidency and Love Life Reappraised

Love. Child's. Play”. Warren Harding's relationship with Nan Britton was a second childhood, dream-like, unreal, and dangerously adulterous for a President. But, considered for what it meant to Harding, it was heaven-sent, an emotional ...

Author: S. Joseph Krause

Publisher: Author House

ISBN: 9781491819050

Category: Political Science

Page: 420

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The general opinion of Warren Harding is that he has been justly ranked as the Worst of our Presidents, based largely on the corruption that was brought to light after his death. The truth is, however, that he had no personal involvement in any of the scandals perpetrated by members of his Administration, some of whom, like Jess Smith, an unofficial aid to the Attorney General, engaged in notorious grafting that often netted six figure rewards. Harding, by contrast, died a debtor. Neither a lawyer or general, Harding, head of a rural Ohio newspaper, was not considered an appropriate candidate for high office, no less the Presidency. But an awareness of shortcomings, lead to his making a studious effort to overcome them-- successfully, as recorded by leading reporters like William Allen White. As spelled out in this book, there is much to be said on the positive side of Hardings Presidency. Due recognition is given to his accomplishments. In his first year in office, for example he convened a Disarmament Conference and got Congress to ratify the Four Nation Treaty to reduce naval armament. He also created the Bureau of the Budget. Early on, a New York Times story was headlined Harding Assumes Real Leadership as Congress lags. In contrast to his performance as President, handsome Warren was beset by a sex addiction that lead to numerous infidelities, the principal ones being with Carrie Phillips, wife of a friend, and Nan Britton, a hometown admiring young lady, 31 years his junior. Nans memoir of an affair which blossomed into love covered the last six years of Hardings life. Though generally mentioned, and equally suppressed, its intimate content, is, herewith for the first time set forth in detail that reveals a crucial aspect of Hardings oft mentioned love life.

Love Life

The Samaritan woman gives us an example of someone who has experienced the love of Christ—a love that is not conditional on any circumstances of her or our lives—and then ...

Author: teresa henning

Publisher: teresa m henning




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It is possible now

Astrology and Love Life

restrained in their love - life due to social and family obligations . They are serious - minded and in order to ward off the strong impact of Saturn on their personal and love - life , they should not bother about the social status of ...

Author: Mahan Vir Tulli

Publisher: Sterling Publishers Pvt. Ltd

ISBN: 8120719212


Page: 156

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This book deciphers the intricacies of the compatibility of zodiac signs, the attraction between people of diverse temperaments and what leads to romantic alliances and conjugal ties.

Woman Her Sex and Love Life

For essentially woman is made for love. Not exclusively, but essentially, and a woman who has had no love in her life has been a failure. The few exceptions that may be mentioned only emphasize the rule. But not only psychically is a ...

Author: William J. Robinson

Publisher: 谷月社


Category: Body, Mind & Spirit


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Chapter One THE PARAMOUNT NEED OF SEX KNOWLEDGE FOR GIRLS AND WOMEN Chapter Two THE FEMALE SEX ORGANS: THEIR ANATOMY SUBCHAPTER A THE INTERNAL SEX ORGANS SUBCHAPTER B THE EXTERNAL GENITALS SUBCHAPTER C THE PELVIS FOOTNOTES: Chapter Three THE PHYSIOLOGY OF THE FEMALE SEX ORGANS SUBCHAPTER A FUNCTION OF THE OVARIES SUBCHAPTER B FUNCTION OF THE OTHER GENITAL ORGANS SUBCHAPTER C THE ORGASM SUBCHAPTER D THE SECONDARY SEX CHARACTERS FOOTNOTES: Chapter Four THE SEX INSTINCT Chapter Five PUBERTY Chapter Six MENSTRUATION Chapter Seven ABNORMALITIES OF MENSTRUATION Chapter Eight THE HYGIENE OF MENSTRUATION Chapter Nine FECUNDATION OR FERTILIZATION FOOTNOTES: Chapter Ten PREGNANCY FOOTNOTES: Chapter Eleven THE DISORDERS OF PREGNANCY Chapter Twelve WHEN TO ENGAGE A PHYSICIAN Chapter Thirteen THE SIZE OF THE FETUS Chapter Fourteen THE AFTERBIRTH (PLACENTA) AND CORD Chapter Fifteen LACTATION OR NURSING Chapter Sixteen ABORTION AND MISCARRIAGE Chapter Seventeen PRENATAL CARE Chapter Eighteen THE MENOPAUSE OR CHANGE OF LIFE Change of Life in Men Chapter Nineteen THE HABIT OF MASTURBATION Chapter Twenty LEUCORRHEA—THE WHITES Chapter Twenty-one THE VENEREAL DISEASES FOOTNOTES: Chapter Twenty-two THE EXTENT OF VENEREAL DISEASE Chapter Twenty-three GONORRHEA Chapter Twenty-four VULVOVAGINITIS IN LITTLE GIRLS Chapter Twenty-five SYPHILIS Chancroids Chapter Twenty-six THE CURABILITY OF VENEREAL DISEASE Chapter Twenty-seven VENEREAL PROPHYLAXIS Chapter Twenty-eight ALCOHOL, SEX AND VENEREAL DISEASE Chapter Twenty-nine MARRIAGE AND GONORRHEA Chapter Thirty MARRIAGE AND SYPHILIS Chapter Thirty-one WHO MAY AND WHO MAY NOT MARRY Tuberculosis Heart Disease Cancer Exophthalmic Goiter (Basedow's Disease) Obesity Arteriosclerosis Gout Mumps Hemophilia, or Bleeders' Disease Anemia Epilepsy Hysteria Alcoholism Feeblemindedness Insanity Neuroses—Neurasthenia—Psychasthenia—Neuropathy—Psychopathy Drug Addiction or Narcotism Consanguineous Marriages Homosexuality Sadism Masochism Sexual Impotence Frigidity Excessive Libido in Men Excessive Libido in Women Harelip Myopia Astigmatism Baldness Criminality Pauperism Chapter Thirty-two BIRTH CONTROL OR THE LIMITATION OF OFFSPRING Contraceptive Measures A Few Everyday Cases FOOTNOTES: Chapter Thirty-three ADVICE TO GIRLS APPROACHING THE THRESHOLD OF WOMANHOOD Chapter Thirty-four ADVICE TO PARENTS OF UNFORTUNATE GIRLS Chapter Thirty-five SEXUAL RELATIONS DURING MENSTRUATION Chapter Thirty-six SEXUAL INTERCOURSE DURING PREGNANCY Chapter Thirty-seven SEXUAL INTERCOURSE FOR PROPAGATION ONLY Chapter Thirty-eight VAGINISMUS ADHERENT CLITORIS OR PHIMOSIS Chapter Thirty-nine STERILITY Chapter Forty THE HYMEN Chapter Forty-one IS THE ORGASM NECESSARY FOR IMPREGNATION? Chapter Forty-two FRIGIDITY IN WOMEN Chapter Forty-three ADVICE TO FRIGID WOMEN, PARTICULARLY WIVES Chapter Forty-four RAPE Chapter Forty-five THE SINGLE STANDARD OF SEXUAL MORALITY Disastrous Effects of Wrong Teachings Chapter Forty-six DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MAN'S AND WOMAN'S SEX AND LOVE LIFE Choice Between Physical and Spiritual Love Love in Man Occupies Subordinate Place Polygamous Tendencies in Man Chapter Forty-seven MATERNAL IMPRESSIONS Chapter Forty-eight ADVICE TO THE MARRIED AND THOSE ABOUT TO BE Chapter Forty-nine A RATIONAL DIVORCE SYSTEM Outsiders in Domestic Tangles Chapter Fifty WHAT IS LOVE? FOOTNOTES: Chapter Fifty-one JEALOUSY AND HOW TO COMBAT IT Causes of Jealousy Chapter Fifty-two REMEDIES FOR JEALOUSY Chapter Fifty-three CONCLUDING WORDS

Love Life

tiredly in front of the computer, and Shira who lives not far from here, right here in this alley, in fact I was already standing opposite her building, and I was tempted to see if she was at home. I felt as if I had a lot to tell her, ...

Author: Zeruya Shalev

Publisher: Grove/Atlantic, Inc.

ISBN: 9780802199294

Category: Fiction

Page: 308

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Israel’s provocative #1 bestseller from the author of Pain. In “a hybrid–Last Tango in Paris meets Story of O . . . Shalev deconstructs sexual longing” (Darcey Steinke, author of Flash Count Diary). Hailed by The New York Times Book Review as a novel that “broke all the barriers . . . sexually explicit yet dense with biblical allusions and psychological insight,” Love Life unbuttoned Hebrew literature and spent four months as Israel’s number one bestseller. What begins as a story of a young married woman’s turbulent affair with an older man rapidly devolves into a feverish, lyrical crash course in the anatomy of obsession. When Yaara meets Aryeh, her father’s boyhood friend, she is instantly drawn to his impassive and archly assured presence. It is not long before she forsakes her devoted and well-meaning husband for the powerful, mysterious older man who seems to embody all that she lacks: will, strength, and the key to her parents’ inaccessible pasts. They embark on a heated affair that soon spirals toward the destructive as Yaara finds that the things in Aryeh that attract her also repel her with equal intensity. With shocking immediacy, Shalev lays bare Yaara’s struggle to navigate extreme terrain ranging from the sublime to the grotesque, the sacred to the profane, the liberating to the all-consuming. Love Life is cerebral, seductive, provocative, and profound. “Shalev . . . outdoes Erica Jong with outrageously sensuous, often humiliating situations described by a narrator who acts as if she has lost her sanity while commenting wryly, even perceptively, on her own misdeeds.”—Publishers Weekly “Love Life is a lucid feverish dream . . . disturbingly brilliant.”—Tubantia (Holland)


t seventieth seems a little strange that I, Abner Stone, now verging year, upon my should bring pen, ink, and paper before me, with the avowed purpose of setting down the love story of my life, which I had thought locked fast in my ...






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Edwin Carlile Litsey (1874-1970) was an American author and poet. He grew up and lived near Lebanon, in Marion County, where he worked in the National Bank, first as runner and later as bank officer. He wrote romantic novels and poems such as To John Keats. His works include: The Man From Jericho (1911), A Maid of the Kentucky Hills (1913), Spindrift: Verses and Poems (1915) and The Filled Cup: A Book of Poems for Sarah (1935).

The Love Story in Shakespearean Comedy

In fact, Leontes never quite recovers from his mourning or from the passive stance Paulina instructs him to maintain as the statue of Hermione comes to life. When Hermione steps down from her pedestal and offers her hand to Leontes, ...

Author: Anthony J. Lewis

Publisher: University Press of Kentucky

ISBN: 9780813156439

Category: Drama

Page: 248

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In this fascinating study, Anthony J. Lewis argues that it is the hero himself, rejecting a woman he apprehends as a threat, who is love's own worst enemy. Drawing upon classical and Renaissance drama, iconography, and a wide range of traditional and feminist criticism, Lewis demonstrates that in Shakespeare the actions and reactions of hero and heroine are contingent upon social setting -- father-son relations, patriarchal restrictions on women, and cultural assumptions about gender-appropriate behavior. This compelling analysis shows how Shakespeare deepened the familiar love stores he inherited from New Comedy and Greek romance. Beginning with a penetrating analysis of the hero's contradictory response to sexual attraction, Lewis's discussion traces the heroine's reaction to abandonment and slander, and the lover's subsequent parallel descents into versions of bastardy and death. In arguing that comedy's happy ending is the product of the gender role reversals brought on by their evolving relationship itself, Lewis shows in meticulous detail how sexual stereotypes influence attitudes and restrict behavior. This perceptive discussion of male response to family and of female response to rejection will appeal to Shakespeare scholars and students, as well as to the theater community. Lewis's persuasive argument, that Shakespeare's heroes and heroines are, from the first, three-dimensional figures far removed from the stock types of Plautus, Terence, and his continental sources, will prove a valuable contribution to the ongoing feminist reappraisal of Shakespeare.

A Love Story for Susan

The sacrifice in question is symbolic of the sacrifice of a child of soul, whose life is willingly given to Man. ... When I write of a child being sacrificed to death or given to death, I am writing about a transfer of love. Life is an ...

Author: Gordon E Kyle

Publisher: Gordon E Kyle

ISBN: 9780987700490

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit


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A Love Story for Susan is a story of hope in our world. This book describes the journey taken by the author into his mind. There, he faced the darkness of his personal hell, earning the right to stand in the brilliance of God's light at journey's end. The journey into self is a journey any person can choose to take. This book appeals to those people who are struggling with the meaning of their existence. It is a struggle many are choosing to face at this time because the desire to discover one's truth is a desire that lives in all of us. A Love Story for Susan convincingly demonstrates the importance of love in the healing of a human mind. The author's story is an inspirational example of how to transmute pain into strength and gain a new life by doing so. His goal was simply to find his true self. Little did he know that God waits patiently for those who make the journey to truth, the journey to self. A Love Story for Susan is the story of the author's journey home.

Families Love Life Their Issues

Maybe they don't have a great life, or parents or great friends and loved ones who care and look out for them like we have, but we should not have to be scared or Page 12 of 63 afraid to get out and enjoy our lives because they ...

Author: Isaac Kelly


ISBN: 9781329879294

Category: Religion

Page: 66

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These stories are based on true events that are focused on families. They teach us that there are levels and dimensions to being believers. Although we are continuously evolving, growing and learning, life will test us even in the battlegrounds of our own minds. Through re-lationships with others, we must learn to mature, master and pass our greatest test with total wisdom, faith and obedience in God.