Gives insight into modern masculinity - whatever that might mean. This book strives to unlock the secrets of contemporary relationships in all their frequent glory, occasional frustration and on-going complexity. It also includes the author's sixteen-year-long account of what it is to be a beta male married to an alpha female.
She must become their voice: weave their story around the black and white of the law and tell it to the courtroom. She tells compelling stories - of domestic fall out, everyday burglary, sexual indiscretion, and children caught up in the law - that are sometimes shocking and often heart-stopping.
`I have a small line of red dots on the back of my left hand, where the needle goes in. The fractured, intensely personal narrative of Paper Cuts follows a single day in his life as he navigates a course through the effects of mania, medication and memories.
Life changes in an instant. On a family summer holiday in Cornwall in 1978, Nicholas and his brother Richard are jumping in the waves. Nicholas is out of his depth. He isn't and then he is. He drowns. Richard and his other brothers don't attend the funeral, and incredibly the family return immediately to the same cottage - to complete the holiday.
Growing up in a family that had been stuck in the ghetto for generations, it seemed impossible Patricia would ever escape. With a combination of grit, stubbornness, anger and love - and the kindness of others - she fought to break the cycle of poverty for the next generation.
Steve Hayner was serving as president of Columbia Seminary and was healthy and fit when he found out he had terminal pancreatic cancer. These pages, including reflections from some of those closest to Steve and his wife Sharol, offer us a hope-filled glimpse into what it means to walk with God in honesty, with joy, even through great pain.