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14 books of B. A. (Beverly) Smith

Hello, my name is Rose Mary Grace. I live in a lovely little town in the Tennessee mountains, where things are not as they appear.
I am so glad that you answered my call, I was beginning to lose hope, and it looks like I need all the help I can get .­I am taking on a lifelong challenge. A problem that has plagued me for it seems all of my years, demands to be settled, it won't let me rest.

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After a suicidal act I hear the same heartbreaking questions, as family wrestle with the pain, grief and guilt. My wish is that you, or your family, are never one of them.
This book is written for everyone, professional or laborer, rich or poor. The information provided here is intended to give you the knowledge and tools needed to change the outcome and stop these tragic losses.
Beverly Smith RN

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My name is Kallie.
I know so little about so many things, and almost nothing about the things that Must really matter. I could really use some help in my search. An impartial viewer with a calm head and a willing ear might really help. Is there anyone out there, anyone that can hear me? I am Lost and need a guide; some warmth in a cold world has become hard to find.

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Hello, my name is Beverly and I am a Psychiatric Nurse. I am so glad that you are here. The disorder of depression, whether clinical or depressive symptoms, is far to common in our great Nation. This short book is intended to provide some information, gained from my years of experience, about being depressed.
“Am I Depressed?­” I know that may sound like a strange question to ask.

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In Blue Moonburn, the sequel to Bleu Snafu, we rejoin Kallie; stranded in a place she was warned away from, Mistik forest. So many questions awaiting answers; does she get her blue moon wish; will the stag return and what of the other forest dwellers. Can Kallie survive her night on the mountain, will she be rescued or is it already too late? As promised, she has more to tell.

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I hear too often “There is nothing I can do to help”; when friends and family are talking about the depressed or suicidal person. I always feel the need to interject, to let them know that this is simply untrue. Here is a collection of 68 supportive statements that might help you get started.

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Confusion about depression is very common. Commercials touting the latest “cure” compliments of the drug companies. But which one do we ask for, the one that makes you float with balloons or the one with the pretty girl. Or should we ask at all, don’t the doctors know? This book attempts to clear up some of the confusion; why it looks different on different people, causes and interventions.

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In Quick and Easy Techniques to Safely Jump-­start Your Weight Loss we looked at internal and external factors that can impact your success, and some areas for change. Now on to the more tedious adult stuff: food, food groups, drinks, exercise, calories and carbs, and More Tips and techniques to jumpstart and fuel your weight-­loss plan. Eat to Live and Live Healthy. Beverly

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Confusion about depression is very common. I see it in the faces and I hear it in the voices of friends, family members, and the people suffering from depression as they struggle to understand. Some common questions I am asked are about what depression is exactly and what makes it different from just feeling down. This book attempts to answer them, on a general level.

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Was her wish granted, will she get off the mountaintop, and what of the stag? We first made the acquaintance of young miss Chelsia Bleu, our Kallie, in Bleu Moon (Kallie Bleu). Bleu Snafu picks up where we left her last, in a serious predicament. Was her wish granted? As promised she has more to tell. Author's Note: All characters are the age of adulthood (18 years for humans) or older

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Books of B. A. (Beverly) Smith