Dream Therapy

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Anness Publishing, 2000 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 64 pages
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When it happened Miguel was sent to Juvi. The judge only gave him a year in a group home -- said he had to write in a journal so some counselor could try to figure out how he thinks. The judge had no idea that he'd actually done Miguel a favor. Ever since it happened Miguel's mom can't even look him in the eye. Any home besides his would be a better place to live.But Miguel didn't bet on meeting Rondell or Mong or on any of what happened after they broke out. He only thought about Mexico and getting across the border to where he could start over. Forget his mom. Forget his brother. Forget himself.Life usually doesn't work out how you think it will, though. And most of the time, running away is the quickest path right back to what you're running from.From the streets of Stockton to the beaches of Venice, all the way down to the Mexican border, We Were Here follows a journey of self-discovery by a boy who is trying to forgive himself in an unforgiving world.

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The Psychology of Dreams
Preparing for Sleep
Controlling Your Dreams

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Rosalind Powell lives in London and has been a journalist for many years. She has written on a wide range of health-related and human interest issues for national publications including The Guardian, The Observer, Marie Claire, New Woman and Cosmopolitan. She has long been fascinated by the world of dreams and their potential to reveal aspects of your unconscious.

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