Lean on Me

Ten Powerful Steps to Moving Beyond Your Diagnosis and Taking Back Your Life

Author: Nancy Sue Davis

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9780743276405

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 271

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Outlines a ten-step program for taking charge of one's life after a life-altering or life-threatening health diagnosis, describing the author's experiences with helping sick and injured family members while revealing her own struggles with multiple sclerosis. 50,000 first printing.

Lean on Me

The Power of Positive Dependency in Intimate Relationships

Author: Marion Solomon

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781575660196

Category: Dependency (Psychology)

Page: 269

View: 2097

Argues that codependency is a healthy, normal, and necessary phenomenon and that meaningful relationships with others strengthen and nurture us and support our self-esteem, contrary to popular myths that make codependency a totally negative concept. Reprint.

Lean on Me

Author: Cherise Sinclair

Publisher: Vanscoy Publishing Group

ISBN: 9780991322220

Category: Bondage (Sexual behavior)

Page: 280

View: 9471

"Andrea wants to submit, but not to just any so-called Dom. He has to be tougher than the slum-bred bullies she grew up with. She'd given up finding a true Dom when her friend finagles her a place as a trainee in an exclusive BDSM club with the powerful Shadowlands Masters. Andrea's thrilled...and terrified. Forced to accept an unknown submissive into his carefully run trainee program, Master Cullen is furious. Not only is the young woman new to BDSM, but she's unsuited to her role--armored in leather like a Domme, she's more liable to punch a Dom than kneel. He decides to push her right back out the door. But as he ruthlessly intimidates her, punishes her, then cuddles her, he glimpses the woman inside the emotional barriers. Her utter surrender captures his heart. Although Master Cullen is famous for his unfettered lifestyle, Andrea hopes he might be interested in her, until she discovers he's not just a bartender--he's a cop. Maybe he'd overlook her past brush with the law, but when another trainee accuses her of stealing money, Andrea knows she's lost the Master she wanted with all her heart"--Page 4 of cover.

Lean on Me

Author: Deborah Chiel

Publisher: Pocket

ISBN: 9780671678722

Category: High school principals

Page: 192

View: 8745

The true story of Joe Clark, a principal at a high school in Paterson, New Jersey, where drugs and crime run rampant until he takes a tough, controversial stand to restore order

Lean on Me Satb Piano

Author: Bill Withers,Christopher Hussey

Publisher: Omnibus Press

ISBN: 9781849388443

Category: Choruses, Secular (Mixed voices, 4 parts) with piano

Page: 13

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Lean on Me

Author: Serge Joncour

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781910477564

Category: Fiction

Page: 384

View: 3951

A prize-winning bestseller in France, this is the unlikely love story of two lonely people in present-day Paris.

Lean on Me

Author: Angela Verdenius

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781291531626

Category: Fiction

Page: 248

View: 9949

Sweet, shy, rubenesque Lori Mackay, she's lived all her life in the small country town. No one knows her secret desires. Still waters run deep, and local paramedic Matt Winters suspects the sexy, curvaceous beauty has hidden depths he just aches to explore. In a town where gossip is rife and secrets abound, can Matt convince Lori that they're meant to be together?

Lean on Me

Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781631220838


Page: N.A

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Lean on Pete

Author: Willy Vlautin

Publisher: Faber & Faber

ISBN: 0571258557

Category: Fiction

Page: 288

View: 2657

Fifteen-year-old Charley Thompson wants a home; food on the table; a high school he can attend for more than part of a year; and some structure to his life. But as the son of a single father working at warehouses across the Pacific Northwest, he's been pretty much on his own for some time. Lean on Pete opens as he and his father arrive in Portland, Oregon and Charley takes a stables job, illegally, at the local race track. Once part of a vibrant racing network, Portland Meadows is now seemingly the last haven for washed up jockeys and knackered horses, but it's there that Charley meets Pete, an old horse who becomes his companion as he's forced to try to make his own way in the world. A portrait of a journey - populated by a vivid cast of characters against a harsh landscape - Lean on Pete is also the unforgettable story of a friendship and of hope in dark times.

Lean on Me

Author: HelenKay Dimon

Publisher: Harlequin

ISBN: 1426894511

Category: Fiction

Page: N.A

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Book two of The Holloway Series Cassidy Clarke once climbed the world's highest mountains, but after an unexpected illness ends her career she's back in her hometown, broke and hoping for a little luck. But the townsfolk aren't exactly putting out a welcome mat for the woman who once snubbed them in the media, despite her apologies now. Mitch Anders knows someone has set up camp on the grounds of his plant nursery, and he's surprised to find his sexy high school crush ducking questions about where she's staying. Though he's sworn to stop cleaning up other people's messes, Mitch offers Cassidy a job and a place to stay—his place. Bed-sharing optional, but definitely welcome. Out of options and too attracted to Mitch to keep things platonic, Cassidy says yes to his offer. She wants to get back on her feet financially and start a new career. She never expects to suffer a different kind of fall, one that has her believing Mitch just might bring her something bigger and better than luck. For more stories of Holloway, check out It's Not Christmas Without You, available now! 39,000 words

Lean on Me

Author: Jack Weyland

Publisher: Shadow Mountain

ISBN: 9781573452144

Category: Conduct of life

Page: 279

View: 491

Five Mormon teenagers form an a cappella singing group in their senior year of high school and help each other deal with family problems, moral dilemmas, and changing personal relationships.

Life After Lean on Me - the Dr. Pinky Miller Story

Author: Pinky Miller

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781497482272

Category: Education

Page: 172

View: 4412

Dr. Pinky Miller is a former student of the real bullhorn- and baseball-bat-toting icon from the 1989 film Lean on Me, Dr. Joe Louis Clark. Born into a crowded, single-parent household in the inner city of Paterson, New Jersey, young Pinky navigated a hopeless childhood craving for closeness to her overworked mother, escape from years of molestations by those she trusted, and to meet her unknown father whose absence from her life painfully reminded her that she was a mistake.One day Pinky stepped into high school, and a principal with a bullhorn changed her life.“You were born,” Dr. Clark bellowed, “with two strikes against you: being poor, and being black! Don't strike out! Get your education! Your education is your homerun out of the ghetto!”Encouraged by caring teachers, and inspired and empowered by Dr. Clark's sharp admonitions, personal attention, and fatherly love, Pinky graduated Eastside High School and went on to earn a BA in communication, an MA in counseling and school guidance, and a PhD in educational policy studies—higher education.After finding fulfillment in Dr. Clark's invitation to “lean on him,” Pinky Miller also found her purpose, and discovered that no person is a mistake.This is her story.

Lean On Me

Finding Intentional, Vulnerable, and Consistent Community

Author: Anne Miller

Publisher: Thomas Nelson

ISBN: 0718022378

Category: Religion

Page: 198

View: 9403

"Reading this gut-honest book will be like cold water to your parched soul." —Lysa TerKeurst, New York Times best-selling author of The Best Yes "Anne's story is a disturbingly searching, deeply convicting, and delightfully arousing call to community, the kind that only Jesus makes possible. Read it and you'll want to relate as perhaps you've never related before, with both vulnerability and commitment. Leave safe relating behind, and connect with healing power." —Dr. Larry Crabb, best-selling author of Connecting Life has a way of throwing unexpected obstacles in our path, tripping us up, and bringing us to our knees. When these crises hit, who do you call? Who do you lean on? Anne Marie Miller found herself in one of those valleys on the floor of a hotel bathroom while on a business trip. Months of stress accumulated and took its toll. In a moment of desperation, she picked up the phone and called a friend for guidance. That simple phone call was the first step in a transforming journey of evaluating what community truly meant and looked like in her life. We live in a world and a generation where the word “community” is often discussed. But how genuine and authentic are your relationships really? Anne Marie noticed an important tension all of us must recognize in order to have life-giving friendships: “We desperately want to belong yet at the same time, we yearn for independence.” In Lean On Me, Anne Marie Miller takes us along as she sets out to dig below the superficial and explore what choices are necessary to find intentional, vulnerable, and consistent community. Jesus was passionate about truth-speaking relationships. And with Anne Marie’s narrative and practical insights interwoven together, you will feel more equipped in your quest for these types of relationships as you seek people to lean on and as you pour love into those around you.

Lean on Me

Intermediate Piano Piano Solo

Author: Michelle Ayler,Bill Withers

Publisher: MEA Music


Category: Music

Page: N.A

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About this Piano Solo Only available at Sheet Music Plus. Lean on Me is a fun intermediate level piano solo composed by Michelle Ayler. Audio Preview To listen to an mp3 recording of this sheet music, please use the following link: http://goo.gl/GmMTFp Questions? Comments? Suggestions? Problems? Please contact MEA Music.

Lean on Me

Author: Tori Scott

Publisher: Tori Scott


Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 166

View: 3507

From the softer side of Tori Scott, a story of two single parents brought together by a shared accident, a teenager with an attitude, and a little girl who steals everyone's hearts. Sandy Morrow's four year old daughter is hit by an SUV as she's riding her tricycle down the sidewalk near her home. Her new next door neighbors, Hunter Thurman and his son Jason, had been arguing just before Jason jumped in the vehicle and took off without looking behind him. Now her daughter has a concussion and a broken leg, and Sandy has a sexy neighbor who will stop at nothing to make it up to her. Whether she wants him to or not. Hunter Thurman has a mission: to fix the mess his son has made and to fix the mess he's made of his son's life. He is determined to take care of his next door neighbor and her daughter after the accident, but Sandy is independent and determined to take care of herself, insisting she doesn't need Hunter's help. Praise for Lean on Me: Tori Scott tackles heartbreaking subject matter in Lean On Me. Lean On Me is a heartbreaker and a heart-mender. These two families are coming from two different places but they need each other to survive what lies ahead. This story grips the reader from the first page as we glimpse a horrific accident. I literally felt like I couldn't breathe while reading those pages. I cannot imagine how painful it would be to see your beautiful child in that situation the thought terrifies me actually. Sandy and Hunter are two very strong independent people and they definitely butt heads at the beginning. However, you can feel the heat between them as they are fighting. I just love that Hunter refuses to give up on helping Sandy through the aftermath of the accident. I also love the bond that builds between Jason and Melanie it is such a sweet relationship! Lean On Me is a great story that will make you laugh, cry and believe in love. —Miranda of Joyfully Reviewed "I couldn't stop reading it!! Completed it in a day and a half and had tears in my eyes through half of it. I just love Tori Scott's writing!!!"--Dawn Munday "Tori Scott did a great job of making these characters feel real to me. Hunter is such an authentic man, making all the usual mistakes our real men do. And the black moment when it looked like this wouldn't work out for Sandy and Hunter just broke my heart. Their conflicts were very real, especially for anyone who is a parent. Well done!"--Norah Wilson "Tori has a gift for developing the characters and braiding together their storylines in a manner which holds the reader in place until the end. Good good book."--P.A. Lane

Lean on Me, Lee

Author: Joseph G. Valdez

Publisher: FriesenPress

ISBN: 1770676708

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 24

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Lean on me, Lee is a story of an unusual little duck and little chick. The little duck was brown with some unusual white stripes throughout his body. The duck also had a leg and foot that was much larger than the other. The unusual thing about the little chick was that he was reddish brown with white spots throughout his body. Another unusual thing about the little chick was that he had only one leg.

Lean on Me

Author: Carolyn Seabaugh

Publisher: Harlequin Books

ISBN: 9780373095803

Category: Fiction

Page: 253

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Don't Skip Out on Me

A Novel

Author: Willy Vlautin

Publisher: HarperCollins

ISBN: 0062684485

Category: Fiction

Page: 304

View: 6461

From award-winning author Willy Vlautin, comes this moving novel about a young ranch hand who goes on a quest to become a champion boxer to prove his worth. Horace Hopper is a half-Paiute, half-Irish ranch hand who wants to be somebody. He’s spent most of his life on the ranch of his kindly guardians, Mr. and Mrs. Reese, herding sheep alone in the mountains. But while the Reeses treat him like a son, Horace can’t shake the shame he feels from being abandoned by his parents. He decides to leave the only loving home he’s known to prove his worth by training to become a boxer. Mr. Reese is holding on to a way of life that is no longer sustainable. He’s a seventy-two-year-old rancher with a bad back. He’s not sure how he’ll keep things going without Horace but he knows the boy must find his own way. Coming down from the mountains of Nevada to the unforgiving desert heat of Tucson, Horace finds a trainer and begins to get fights. His journey to become a champion brings him to boxing rings of Mexico and finally, to the seedy streets of Las Vegas, where Horace learns he can’t change who he is or outrun his destiny. Willy Vlautin writes from America’s soul, chronicling the lives of those who are downtrodden and forgotten with profound tenderness. Don’t Skip Out on Me is a beautiful, wrenching story about one man’s search for identity and belonging that will make you consider those around you differently.

Michael's Family

Author: Kathryn Shay

Publisher: Harlequin

ISBN: 1459270460

Category: Fiction

Page: N.A

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1996 Janet Dailey Award finalist "…a magnificent romance and an emotional reading experience." —Old Book Barn Gazette The last thing widower Luke Rayburn expects—or welcomes—is his adopted son Michael's request to find his birth mother. Sixteen years ago, the adoption was arranged by Luke's mother and her closest friend, whose teenage daughter was pregnant. The two women agreed to cut all ties. Now the boy's request has brought beautiful, haunted Meredith Hunter into their lives. And with Meredith comes a secret that could destroy them all. Praise for Kathryn Shay's previous novels "THE FATHER FACTOR…fulfills all the expectations of the romance genre." —[Rochester]Democrat & Chronicle "…one of the bolder, new Superromances…a heartwarming romance…a stirring story." —RomEx Reviews …a keeper among keepers." —Affaire de Coeur