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Pete Peterson will be giving a talk at the Mt. Lebanon Public Library on Thursday, May 4th from 7:00-8:30 p.m. Pete will have copies of his new book for purchase and signing at this time.
Looks like a great read. Thank you for publishing on this issue that so many struggle with. As a recovering person in long term recovery (one breath at a time,) I very much struggled (and still do) with defining what the words, healthy sexuality, intimacy are for me. I believe it will be a lifelong quest, yet, I'm so very grateful for all the courageous soul/spirits (I.e. Patrick Carnes, Ken Adams, Rob Weiss, Alex Katehakis, Deb Kaplan, Stacy Sprout, to name only a few) who have stared paving the way and asking the very difficult questions in regard to these issues. One of Dr. Carnes's favorite sayings is that there is no separation between sexuality and spirituality; this has been my experience on my path to greater physical, emotional, mental, spiritual sanity. The great journey continues!
Eric Belsterling, MA, LPC, LCAS, CSAT, SP-I, EMDR II
Heart and Soul Recovery, PLLC
56 Glendale Ave.
Asheville, NC 28803
hi Laura, thanks for the head's up. It's fixed.
Of note: Mystery Lovers is in Oakmont, not Oakland.
Great book. Finished it in two days as I could hardly put it down!
What a wonderful novel! I really think this review captures what's so powerful about this book.
Beautifully written review. You made me want to buy this book, but also I wanted to buy a book of your reviews. Bravo!
Great review, Fred. And congrats, Molly!
How did you like White Gorilla Press?
Your Honor ,
Kindly your are one among of my side of life ,now the reason to send this massage to you is to ask the possible way of finding help on agreeing when it is a time of security or safe area ,
If someone is jailed for the Immigration case and economic reason can you handle him to his country with the list of used utility and shopping bag spent .
Again, if someone has a reason to flee or ask for a refugee in the time of case can you hire someone in his area of native or birth nation to work in the industries there for him until he is released.
this is because of too much in and out for no reason that causing some in security reaction and bad future decision.
I found this poem very interesting due to the concepts concerning sound,maybe even language in the first stanza. And, silence as representational of interchange between two people. Few poems deal with sound in this manner. It is a unique vantage point. The halved buildings, their sliced in half histories also caught my attention. Great poem. Honored to read it.
Howdy Bill. Thanks for this review. I enjoyed your writing (as usual) & it makes me want to checkout this poetry. It also stirs thought in a couple directions & if I see you maybe I'll remember to bring it up. . . "pure language" makes me think of Gertrude Stein, which points me to this piece I also, coincidentally (I guess), read today: http://jewishcurrents.org/gertrude-steins-…
Twas a pleasure to see you at the other Mike's place.
Can't wait to read!
If she's a Clemente fan she's ok in my book.
A great poet. Truthful work. The poem it seems or the details within continue to become more and more inclusive.
Laura Lazarus Stern causes eating disorders in the Women at Carnegie Mellon University because she is paranoid that profiessional associates of EECS faculty member, Stern care about anything other than work. She is the epitomy of "the wives will think something is going on" thereby promoting discrimination. Also, she's fat and wears tight t shirts -- showing little self-respect.
Another great story Kelechi. Good job.
Hi, Great article!
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It was wonderful to read this write up in this paper Madhu Masi...it made me really nostalgic.Reading about your journey is wonderful and inspiring...here's wishing you many many more books!!
Lots of love,
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