by Katherine Reilly
If one were to ask you, what are the most vivid recollections you might have of your childhood, in most cases the answer would likely concern your school years and the relationship you had with your teacher. The impact this bond can have on an individual is without a doubt the most inspiring and everlasting in your life.
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Can you think of a country flag that uses the color ‘purple’? If you can’t, there’s a reason for that. Check out the following video to find out more.
“I Can’t Love You” Διαθέσιμο για Ελλάδα και Κύπρο από την επίσημη Ιστοσελίδα της Akakia Publications.
Η Νάντια δεν είναι μια συνηθισμένη γυναίκα. Μετά από ένα μακρύ και δύσκολο δρόμο αυτοανακάλυψης, βρίσκει τον εαυτό της αντιμέτωπο με το παρελθόν της, καθώς προσπαθεί να εξισορροπήσει τις ευθύνες της ως καθηγήτρια και ως κόρη ενός άρρωστου πατέρα. Η ζωή της γίνεται ακόμη πιο περίπλοκη όταν η Σάρα, ένα προσφυγόπουλο που έχει χάσει τα πάντα, γίνεται κομμάτι της ζωής της. Μαζί θα αναζητήσουν την επίτευξη της ευτυχίας.
Οι δυο τους θα ζήσουν την απώλεια, τον εξευτελισμό αλλά και το μίσος στο πρόσωπο τους, καθώς ψάχνουν την δύναμη μέσα τους να υπερισχύσουν. Θα καταφέρουν να βρουν την γαλήνη που ζητάνε ή είναι η μοίρα τους προκαθορισμένη;
Τα περισσότερα γεγονότα του βιβλίου, έχουν εμπνευστεί από αληθινές ιστορίες και μαρτυρούν την δύναμη της ανθρώπινης ψυχής ενάντια συντριπτικών συγκυριών. Η Νάντια καθώς επίσης και η Σάρα, θα συνειδητοποιήσουν ότι κανένας δεσμός δεν μπορεί να σπάσει, ειδικά αυτό μεταξύ μητέρας και κόρης.
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Dear loved ones, friends and students,
I’m happy to announce that my new book is now available! Special thanks to everyone who has supported me on this endeavor. Merry Christmas everyone!!!
Official Publisher: https://www.akakia.net/en/i-cant-love-you
Amazon US: https://www.amazon.com/-/e/B07L8PBFY1
Amazon UK: https://www.amazon.co.uk/-/e/B07L8PBFY1
Nadia is definitely not your ordinary girl. After walking the long and difficult road to womanhood, she finds herself haunted by her past, as she tries to balance her roles as a teacher and the daughter of an ailing father. To make matters even more complicated, Sara, a young refugee girl who has lost both family and home, unexpectedly becomes a part of her life, as they embark together on a journey in the pursuit of true happiness.
In a series of unfortunate events, they will suffer loss, hate and humiliation, as they try to draw the strength from within themselves to prevail. Will they manage to find the peace they both deserve, or are their destinies preordained?
Most of the events in this book are inspired by real life stories and serve as an everlasting triumph of the human spirit in the face of overwhelming odds. Both Nadia and Sara will come to realize that no bond can ever be broken, especially that between a mother and her daughter.
by Katherine Reilly
Each year, September is literally a time which stresses teachers, parents and students alike, as it is the beginning of a new period in their lives in which all aforementioned parties must adjust to their newly assigned daily routines. Those lazy summer mornings are now a thing of the past; families try to keep up with their schedules, teachers are still trying to learn all their kids’ names and above all, everyone has to play their part for a productive school year to come to fruition.
Continue reading “Don’t Fear the New School Year, Embrace it!”
R.I.P. Claire Wineland
Cystic fibrosis activist reveals the most important lesson she learned while living her life in a hospital room. Her powerful speech urges you to transform the way you think to live the life you never thought you deserved.
Today’s guest post is written by Michael J. Hynes, E.D., Superintendent of Schools for the Patchogue-Medford School District (Long Island, NY).
As superintendents, principals and teachers plan for the upcoming school year, one thing is certain: We are serving a generation of children who are more anxious, depressed and suicidal than any generation before. A recent NPR Education Series broadcast states, “Up to one in five kids living in the U.S. shows signs or symptoms of a mental health disorder in a given year.”
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There’s no debating that childhood trauma seriously impacts how students learn. Researchers have tied stressful events such as divorces, deportations, neglect, sexual abuse and gun violence to behavioral problems, lower math and reading scores, and poor health. The latest research, from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, finds that children who endure severe stress are more likely to suffer heart attacks and mental health disorders.
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By Adeshina Emmanuel