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By Mohammed Muflahi
“Women are thinkers and takers. Men are scorers and breakers. Reality sucks. The truth hurts. Lies appease. The genetic code of each species cannot be changed. The animal in every man is caged. He is happy locked away, behind bars, in his prison of silence. Entice the beast and he’ll murder the prey. Women are the keys to control the fury. If the curiosity of the howling sounds lures them towards the mating call that every wolf seeks to taste, they will ravage the meal. They must keep the doors to that pleasure locked and the beast remains shackled. Women are magnetic fields, emitting a mighty force through the language her body speaks. She walks like the moon and the motion of her sways linger, leaving behind marks on man’s territory. She is beautiful, flawless, hypnotic and perfect. A species with such attributes must be the jewel in the museum, to be admired for her miraculous existence. Displaying the priceless ornament will tempt the insatiable thief to steal and blemish the purity of a unique stone. We are different. To tame the wild nature of man, her distance from the wolf is imperative. Crawling towards him, with her spineless motives and empty words, pretending to be victual, his hunger will exacerbate and his greed, impossible to control. Women must be modest. That, which is not on show, cannot tempt and that, which cannot tempt will be safe and that, which is safe is protected and secured and out of harm’s way.”
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By Mohammed Muflahi
“Women are thinkers and takers. Men are scorers and breakers. Reality sucks. The truth hurts. Lies appease. The genetic code of each species cannot be changed. The animal in every man is caged. He is happy locked away, behind bars, in his prison of silence. Entice the beast and he’ll murder the prey. Women are the keys to control the fury. If the curiosity of the howling sounds lures them towards the mating call that every wolf seeks to taste, they will ravage the meal. They must keep the doors to that pleasure locked and the beast remains shackled. Women are magnetic fields, emitting a mighty force through the language her body speaks. She walks like the moon and the motion of her sways linger, leaving behind marks on man’s territory. She is beautiful, flawless, hypnotic and perfect. A species with such attributes must be the jewel in the museum, to be admired for her miraculous existence. Displaying the priceless ornament will tempt the insatiable thief to steal and blemish the purity of a unique stone. We are different. To tame the wild nature of man, her distance from the wolf is imperative. Crawling towards him, with her spineless motives and empty words, pretending to be victual, his hunger will exacerbate and his greed, impossible to control. Women must be modest. That, which is not on show, cannot tempt and that, which cannot tempt will be safe and that, which is safe is protected and secured and out of harm’s way.”
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By John Gurley
My wife, Yvette, and eleven other sufferers of dementia are in a memory support unit in a care center that is affiliated with a luxurious retirement home called Vi at Palo Alto, California. Gigi, a baby girl, was very often brought into the MS unit to visit her grandmother. Gigi brought joy not only to her but to others in the unit. I imagined that heaven sent an angel down to this unit and that she transformed herself into Gigi to bring some cheerfulness to this unfortunate group. The story is about Gigi’s efforts to do that.
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By John Gurley
My wife, Yvette, and eleven other sufferers of dementia are in a memory support unit in a care center that is affiliated with a luxurious retirement home called Vi at Palo Alto, California. Gigi, a baby girl, was very often brought into the MS unit to visit her grandmother. Gigi brought joy not only to her but to others in the unit. I imagined that heaven sent an angel down to this unit and that she transformed herself into Gigi to bring some cheerfulness to this unfortunate group. The story is about Gigi’s efforts to do that.
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By Lady G Red

Tanya has everything a woman could ever want, but she soon finds herself caught in a triangle of lust, lies, and deception. Should she risk everything she has for someone she thinks she loves or walk away.


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By Lady G Red

Tanya has everything a woman could ever want, but she soon finds herself caught in a triangle of lust, lies, and deception. Should she risk everything she has for someone she thinks she loves or walk away.


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By John Gurley

Authorhouse, in the past year, published three of my books about my wife, Yvette, who was in a memory support unit at a care center that is affiliated with a large, luxury retirement home named Vi at Palo Alto. Yvette was there, with dementia, for almost three years, until her death in December 2014. My previous three books about Yvette recorded how Carmen (her superb caregiver), I, and others gave her a new life that was interesting, challenging, full of beauty, and fashioned to keep her as healthy (mentally and physically) as our abilities and efforts allowed. This book continues our story by looking at the final six months of Yvette's life. It was during this period of terrible stress and duress that my wife displayed more courage, cheerfulness, and beauty than any of us believed possible. She even died in serenity and with beauty.


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By Nicholas E. Cleveland
Bewildered, she exclaimed, “Did she have psychological problems?” I was stunned. I had just told my real estate agent I was selling my house because my wife left me nine months ago. A few years ago, we bought a house in the Akron area. My wife rode around town with this real estate agent looking for a home. When I told the agent she had left me, the she said, “She talked you up so well, I honestly believed she thought you were a god!” I replied, “I used to be, but now I’m a demon from Hades.” Neither me or my wife had spoken to this agent before or since she sold us our house. That’s just a small sample of the paradox I had lived the previous twelve years. My first wife died, suddenly, leaving me alone with our seven year old boy. A year later, I married my second wife. Now, my second period of grieving was to begin. Through the course of the following pages you will cruise along the path of a man who laments the loss of his first wife and tries to make sense of life in general. Suddenly however, in the midst of the book, his present wife leaves him. This devastation twists the book into a peculiar direction as he expresses his grief in the loss of his second wife, then in Part III, tells his story of the agonies involved in living with a Borderline wife. In Part IV, the book produces evidence that convinces him she has Borderline Personality Disorder, then elaborates further on how it affected him and his son. Finally, in Part V, as an afterthought, he discusses the fact that he may be narcissistic after all and this narcissism may have drawn him to his BPD wife and helps explain how they stayed together for so long.
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By John Gurley

Authorhouse, in the past year, published three of my books about my wife, Yvette, who was in a memory support unit at a care center that is affiliated with a large, luxury retirement home named Vi at Palo Alto. Yvette was there, with dementia, for almost three years, until her death in December 2014. My previous three books about Yvette recorded how Carmen (her superb caregiver), I, and others gave her a new life that was interesting, challenging, full of beauty, and fashioned to keep her as healthy (mentally and physically) as our abilities and efforts allowed. This book continues our story by looking at the final six months of Yvette's life. It was during this period of terrible stress and duress that my wife displayed more courage, cheerfulness, and beauty than any of us believed possible. She even died in serenity and with beauty.


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By Nicholas E. Cleveland
Bewildered, she exclaimed, “Did she have psychological problems?” I was stunned. I had just told my real estate agent I was selling my house because my wife left me nine months ago. A few years ago, we bought a house in the Akron area. My wife rode around town with this real estate agent looking for a home. When I told the agent she had left me, the she said, “She talked you up so well, I honestly believed she thought you were a god!” I replied, “I used to be, but now I’m a demon from Hades.” Neither me or my wife had spoken to this agent before or since she sold us our house. That’s just a small sample of the paradox I had lived the previous twelve years. My first wife died, suddenly, leaving me alone with our seven year old boy. A year later, I married my second wife. Now, my second period of grieving was to begin. Through the course of the following pages you will cruise along the path of a man who laments the loss of his first wife and tries to make sense of life in general. Suddenly however, in the midst of the book, his present wife leaves him. This devastation twists the book into a peculiar direction as he expresses his grief in the loss of his second wife, then in Part III, tells his story of the agonies involved in living with a Borderline wife. In Part IV, the book produces evidence that convinces him she has Borderline Personality Disorder, then elaborates further on how it affected him and his son. Finally, in Part V, as an afterthought, he discusses the fact that he may be narcissistic after all and this narcissism may have drawn him to his BPD wife and helps explain how they stayed together for so long.
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By Fe Michelle
If Mama’s Walls Could Talk is an inspiring memoir by the author as she endures and ultimately overcomes periods of misery and misfortune. Fe Michelle reflects on her life—including her battle with two debilitating diseases and three husbands—and recalls conversations that took place in her mother’s bedroom. Travel with her through riveting accounts of intensity, infidelity, abandonment, and addiction. Hear these secrets unfold the way Mama’s walls would tell them—if Mama’s walls could talk.
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By John G.Gurley

This is a true story of how John felt and reacted to the decline of his wife, Yvette, into the quicksands of dementia. The story relates how he, Carmen (the companion to Yvette), and others struggled, sometimes against “wise counsel,” to prevent Yvette from sliding downhill mentally and physically. Their love for Yvette gave them the incentive and the energy to fight against the odds and to achieve some positive results. Really though, this is a love story of a husband for his wife together for sixty-nine years.


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By Jean Tshibangu
By this book, the author answers to common questions that arouse in regard with marriage. By lack of knowledge, people are living bitterer marriage so they conclude they are not made to live together. The author sends a single message: let no man separate what God has joined. Marriage is a divine institution which reflects God’s love. The devil in its macabre fury injects germs and venoms of destruction which make bitter the couple’s life. The author draws their attention to the principles that sustain the everlasting relationship. Marriage is full of delight, but the devil in its unmarried state undermines it showing only side of hardship, strife, in order to discourage those who are called to be in this state. By reading this book, many will be blessed and empowered to live a godly life in their marriage.
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By Fe Michelle
If Mama’s Walls Could Talk is an inspiring memoir by the author as she endures and ultimately overcomes periods of misery and misfortune. Fe Michelle reflects on her life—including her battle with two debilitating diseases and three husbands—and recalls conversations that took place in her mother’s bedroom. Travel with her through riveting accounts of intensity, infidelity, abandonment, and addiction. Hear these secrets unfold the way Mama’s walls would tell them—if Mama’s walls could talk.
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By John G.Gurley

This is a true story of how John felt and reacted to the decline of his wife, Yvette, into the quicksands of dementia. The story relates how he, Carmen (the companion to Yvette), and others struggled, sometimes against “wise counsel,” to prevent Yvette from sliding downhill mentally and physically. Their love for Yvette gave them the incentive and the energy to fight against the odds and to achieve some positive results. Really though, this is a love story of a husband for his wife together for sixty-nine years.


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