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Screaming in Silence by Mary Connor Guyton

Title Screaming in Silence
Author Mary Connor Guyton
Publisher Lulu.com
Release 2007-05-01
Category Poetry
Total Pages 84
ISBN 1430322292
Language English, Spanish, and French
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screaming in silence is a collection of poetry from the teenage heart. Have you ever been in love? Have you ever thought that life was perfect? Has your heart ever been smashed into millions of pieces? Have you ever been scared to death? Come with me as I take you away. You will have an inside look at the heart of a young girl, struggling through her high school years. You will meet her friends, the outcasts, who refuse to conform. You will grow to love boys who she thought she would stay with forever; you will hate these same boys as they break her heart. Come with me and experience (or re-experience) what it's like to be a teenager. From the love, the confusion, the laughter, and the friendship to the loss, the rejection, the despair, and the tears.

The Screaming Silence by Lanser Howard

Title The Screaming Silence
Author Lanser Howard
Publisher
Release 2020-04-21
Category
Total Pages 124
ISBN 9781948461573
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Silence can be as sweet as the most beautiful symphony. Or it can be a scream--so terrifying it will keep you up all night trying to get it out of your head. Loss has followed Lanser Howard his whole life, clinging to him like a wet coat. And during such times, it is the silence that always seems to speak the loudest. It screams truth, and anyone who has gone through deep, dark pain knows this. Too often, this screaming silence feels inescapable--like you can never turn it off--and can make you feel like you're losing your mind. You will do anything to block out the noise of The Screaming Silence. In his first full-length poetry collection, Lanser Howard examines loss, the most bare-bones of human emotion. He takes readers on a merciless journey through the depths of agony and grief--through The Screaming Silence--and then into the light of hope. Hope to have the courage to fight on.

Screaming in the Silence by Lydia Kelly

Title Screaming in the Silence
Author Lydia Kelly
Publisher Worldmaker Media
Release 2010-10
Category Fiction
Total Pages 320
ISBN 9780982827321
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Running away from a complicated life, Raleigh finds herself plunged into a nightmare. While hitchhiking across the country, she and her companion are struck by a car. Her friend is killed but Raleigh survives and her life is thrown into the hands of the three men involved in the accident. Bruised and in shock, Raleigh is locked in the basement of their remote country house, unsure of her fate. Kaden, one of her captors, is handsome and at times protective, and he convinces his friends to spare Raleigh's life to ransom her. But the safety he provides is only from his friends, and Raleigh must face his sinister intentions. Agreeing to become his lover in return for continued protection, she begins to see a tender and caring side of Kaden despite their short but violent history. As the ransom payment begins to unravel and Raleigh's life hangs in the balance, she wonders how much she can trust Kaden. Are the feelings she has developed for him genuine or a result of her situation? Does he truly care for her, as he claims, or does he just see her as a ransom payment? Screaming in the Silence is the harrowing, provocative story of a woman testing love in the most hostile of environments. It is a story you will never forget. Now, with a new, never-before read Epilogue, Screaming in the Silence is the official published version of the Internet hit that has been read hundreds of thousands of times.

Screaming in Silence by K. A. Russell

Title Screaming in Silence
Author K. A. Russell
Publisher AuthorHouse
Release 2016-07-22
Category Fiction
Total Pages 100
ISBN 1524619787
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book is based on a true story as told to K. A. Russell. The peoples names and locations have been changed to protect the innocent victims of the crime of domestic abuse. It is hoped that this story will stir anyone in an abusive relationship to report it and run and leave the relationship as soon as possible. Also, if anyone is aware of a friend or someone they know being in an abusive relationship, please use this truth-based but fictional story to help that individual.

Screaming in Silence by Katy Sara Culling

Title Screaming in Silence
Author Katy Sara Culling
Publisher Chipmunkapublishing ltd
Release 2011-06-01
Category
Total Pages 151
ISBN 1849913501
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Description A serious pro-survival, pro-recovery book, written because I have been the survivor of many suicide attempts, not to forget also the person left behind after actual suicides, and the victim of serious self-harm in myself and those I love. I haven't attempted suicide or self-harmed for 8 years and I don't plan to do so again, but I always have my plan to hand. Starting at the age of 11, I have attempted suicide 443 times (sometimes barely surviving, twice dying, only to be revived) and for fifteen years I was a person who self-harmed - cutting and bloodletting, sometimes as self-harm, sometimes as a suicide attempt. The two are definitely linked but not all self-harm is suicidal, not all suicide attempts are meant to kill, and sadly about one million people kill themselves every year, not all of them meaning to. As I have also been the victim left behind when someone I loved took their own life, I really can see the issue from all perspectives. Allow me to fill you in on my personal experience first of all, so you know you are 'talking' to someone who really has been there before herself. Pull up a chair, or sit back in bed, and we will talk. About the Author Katy Sara Culling was born in Liverpool, North England, in January 1975, sharing her birth date rather aptly with Virginia Woolf. Daughter of Sue and Paul Culling, her family moved back to its roots in Derbyshire, where she grew up along with her younger sister Beth, in the village of Castle Donington, on the Derbyshire-Leicestershire border. However, even as young as 5 she exhibited symptoms of bipolar disorder (manic depression) - leading her to be loud and talkative, often in trouble. She also worried a great deal about death to an extent that is very unusual in one as young as she was. Not just her own death either. She attended a private school for girls, Loughborough High School, where she was an extremely high achieving student. Unfortunately, due to bullying and also to numb her rampant mania and depression, she developed anorexia nervosa and began to self-harm. She found that the anorexia and self-harming took over her life and made coping with mood swings easier because she did not feel their full effect anymore. Katy Sara then went to The University of Nottingham, where she studied Biochemistry and Nutrition. She did her (1st class) thesis on alcohol and metabolism, interested in the psychology of alcoholism. All this was done despite considerable illness including over 60 suicide attempts and purging-type anorexia - and yet more bullying. She was bullied for being anorexic by her fellow floor-mates. However her good academic work at Nottingham lead to an offer of a place at The University of Oxford, where she studied for a PhD (DPhil) in Clinical Medicine. Here she was a full time member of Linacre College Oxford and was never bullied. Linacre is a graduate only college. She took part in many cycling events for charity. In her final year she became so ill with anorexia and bipolar depression that she agreed to take time off her PhD (the worst decision of her life) and go into hospital (first as a day patient, then an inpatient on the general ward, and eventually a sectioned inpatient on the general ward). During those two years she attempted suicide over 300 times, dying twice, only to be revived. She also made several trips to the Emergency Room to be treated for either suicide attempts or self-harm. She finally, at the age of 28 got a diagnosis of bipolar I disorder and the correct medication, and had been mostly fine ever since. Her eating disorder spontaneously recovered when her bipolar disorder became more controlled. She later wrote up her PhD thesis and published her results. Katy Sara now works for the Bipolar Foundation - Equilibrium, an independent, international, non-governmental organisation dedicated to improving treatment and understanding of the causes and effects of bipolar disorder ('manic-depression'). Katy Sara

Screaming in Silence by Kristen H. Reisig

Title Screaming in Silence
Author Kristen H. Reisig
Publisher
Release 2004
Category Autobiography
Total Pages 112
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Screaming in Silence by Shane Rochon

Title Screaming in Silence
Author Shane Rochon
Publisher
Release 2017-06-18
Category Fiction
Total Pages 54
ISBN 9781387047246
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Four siblings need to reconcile among themselves as they prepare for their deceased father's memorial service. A story on the gift of second chances.

Screaming in Silence by Yosef Lopez

Title Screaming in Silence
Author Yosef Lopez
Publisher
Release 2018-10-13
Category
Total Pages 46
ISBN 9781728671406
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Have you ever had something you desperately wanted to say, but out of fear of criticism and rejection remained silent? In this series, we address a plethora of different concepts to remind you that you're not alone. Someone else is asking the exact same questions. If you've ever felt the unending need to question societal norms, religious practices, or even past trauma then this series will speak volumes where fear cannot reach. This contemporary book of poetry for both teens and adults is for people from all walks of life. Though relatively dark in nature, the reader can draw an inspirational amount of insight and relief both mentally and spiritually.

In the Screaming Silence by Philip Wickham

Title In the Screaming Silence
Author Philip Wickham
Publisher
Release 2010
Category
Total Pages 281
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Dear S I S by Shamay Edmonds

Title Dear S I S
Author Shamay Edmonds
Publisher
Release 2019-05-04
Category
Total Pages 76
ISBN 9780578492896
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Have you ever looked at a person and asked yourself, "Why in the world are they always frowned up? Why do they always have something to say? Why is it they are so negative?" Or how about, "Why do they take being talked to or treated like that. Oh nah, that wouldn't be me." Well what if I told you these were all symptoms of screaming for help, screaming for escape and, or screaming for healing? It doesn't matter if you see yourself in one of those characters, or see yourself as the one on the sideline, reguardless you have been around it! What if I told you it was a reason that you wouldn't ever imagine? What if I told you that people like that have been affected more than you know and you can help set them free? What if you were the person and I can assure you that the time is now where you can truly heal? Well if any of this sounds familiar to you, trust me Dear S.I.S is for you!Dear S.I.S gives you a new perception on life, people, choices, battles, and so much more! This book will totally transform your mind and give you new light to everyone but especially yourself!

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