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Land a New job opportunity
, April 6, 2013
Victoria Fleishman’s The Weight Loss Game: How to Lose and Win!
If you need to change your perspective on how weight loss works for permanent change in your own life, this book is for you! The real secret to losing weight is by losing “fat.” I am in college and learning so much from reading another book called The Omnivore’s Dilemma: A Natural History of Four Meals by Michael Pollan and Fleishman’s book is much easier to understand and follow for losing weight. The author will discuss the ways you should live with healthy eating to lose the weight. It will be a struggle at first, but in the end if you are a serious person whom wants to take the weight off, then I believe what she writes will help you.
© 2013 Jackie Paulson
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Title: Estate and Financial Planning for People Living with COPD
Author: Martin M. Shenkman, MBA, JD
Publisher: DemosHealth, Demos Medical Publishing, LLC
Publisher Address: 11 West 42nd St, 15th floor New York, N.Y. 10036
Price: $21.95 US DOLLARS
Publication Date: 2013
Reviewed by Jackie Paulson © 2012
Headline: What is Estate and financial planning for COPD?
This book covers the question, “why a book on planning for people living with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)?” COPD is one of the most common lung disease and it has a profound impact on those living with it, their families, loves ones, and caregivers. It covers; estate, financial, planning, health finances and it tells you how. Each chapter is extensively covered and gives a summary at the end of each section of chapter.
Did you know that COPD is misunderstood and that more woman than men is being diagnosed at the ages of 45-64? Most persons with COPD lose their jobs, careers, businesses and hurt financially which affects their retirement. This all needs to be considered when planning for the future of those affected by COPD.
This is a must read book when COPD is occurring. Mr. Shenkman does an excellent job of providing the tools and techniques for people and their financial advisors with this dreaded disease. It is very easy to read and a helpful resource to keep on your shelves or give to someone whom may be dealing with COPD.
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The passion to live an ungodly livestyle
, September 18, 2012
Crimes of a Christian by Kent Dickinson was based on his true story of crime based on his love of worldly possessions. Kent has two lifestyles, one which ran the theaters with mob ties and his country life style with his wife in Illinois.
“If you treat people right, they’ll treat you right.” One quote I do believe in. When Kent was born he he was born with a severe cleft-lip, cleft-palate, and had speech impediment. If anyone knew he was different it was Kent!
Kent grew up with his father grooming him to take over his father’s empires, “neighborhood movie theaters.” His father had a drinking problem which helped Kent’s belief that he was a tyrant who defined his masculinity by bullying and terrorizing those whom he was supposed to love. You will learn that this later was stemmed from his “cross-dressing” obsession and guilt. I have to say that this really hit me hard. I cannot imagine such bullying from my own father and to learn on the father’s death bed of his obsession to cross dress! It seems to me that Kent grew up the only way he was taught and believed was right until he finally got caught vandalizing theaters with his cohorts.
Kent grew up in a Catholic environment and with all the problems that went along with being a good kid. Yes, he followed the rules and did as his dad told him to. Obeying authority and especially family, so that he won’t let them down.
By now you all have probably read the papers or this book about how he was convicted and sent to prison. The book is a wonderful reading! If you love true stories and how a christian was convicted and turned back to God then this book will be something to read! I loved the details and all that was involved with the Gurnee Illinois Marcus Theater vandalism as I live near there. I also have a history of living near Chicago, IL so this book took me back to an era that as a Christian I learned more now than if I never read Kent Dickinson’s book. Great Read!
© 2012 Jackie Paulson
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Cancer Clinical Trials by Tomasz M. Beer, MD and Larry W. Axmaker, Ed.D. © 2012
First of all I would like to let you know that Clinical trials are research studies in which people help doctors find ways to improve health and cancer care. Each study tries to answer scientific questions and to find better ways to prevent, diagnose, or treat cancer.
Before reading this resourceful book I did not know what all was involved in clinical trials. The author will help you decided if you would like to be in a clinical trial as one of your options to healing your cancer. The book highlights questions to ask before and during a clinical trial to aid you in your process of decision making.
The book opens with a discussion of what cancer is and the many ways in which it is treated. If you have had cancer than this is a nice review. Although for someone such as myself whom knew nothing about cancer or clinical trials; I learned that this book is a complete resource guide and helpful to have on my bookshelves.
© 2012 written by Jackie Paulson