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0966618300
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photo by Joy Crimmins,Bernadette A Moyer
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Bernadette A Moyer; 2nd edition (January 20, 2010)
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Bernadette Moyer touches women's spirits and hearts as she reflects on those moments which have shaped her as a person. Personal, honest, and nonjudgmental, Ms. Moyer writes as though she is speaking directly to the reader

Bernadette Moyer touches women's spirits and hearts as she reflects on those moments which have shaped her as a person. Moyer writes as though she is speaking directly to the reader. Women will recognize themselves over and over as they read through the stories and influences in Ms. Moyer's life which have molded and formed her through the years. com User, October 12, 2009.

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The past half-century was marked by significant success in this field. But not so long ago, our grandmothers and even mothers could only dream of paid employment outside the home. People have made good progress in the realms of race, age, gender, religion and sexual orientation equality. As we know, society is far from perfection.

A halfway house is an institution that allows people with physical, mental, and emotional disabilities, or those with criminal backgrounds, to learn (or relearn) the necessary skills to re-integrate into society and better support and care for themse.

A halfway house is an institution that allows people with physical, mental, and emotional disabilities, or those with criminal backgrounds, to learn (or relearn) the necessary skills to re-integrate into society and better support and care for themselves. As well as serving as a residence, halfway houses provide social, medical, psychiatric, educational, and other similar services

Halfway Home, The First 50 Years is a collection of random stories celebrating the authors 50th birthday. It includes more than 30 short stories, taking the reader from laughter to tears. After each story, find pages to write your own stories. Use this interactive journal to collect and celebrate your life. She who writes her own story, a collection of random stories and an interactive journal.
  • Cobandis
I have heard from many readers who use this journal style book to start writing their own stories. For that alone I am pleased to have written it. Funny how I thought I could write this book and "shelve" my pain. On the original date that it was released August 3, 2009 I received a call that my father was not well. Since he has passed, the lesson that I need to accept is that we are never in control. Writing may be therapy but we never really "shelve" our pain but rather learn our lessons and how to move forward with grace.

In this book you will find stories that make you laugh and others that may make you cry. I was widowed at the age of 23 and left to raise a 2-year old daughter. My life would be touched by sexual abuse and family that drifted away rather than believe and support the victim. I learned you can love adopted children as your own as I raised twins from infancy, now they are 18 years old, a son and a daughter.

My faith deepened as I experienced so much emotional suffering, it was by the grace of God that I always landed on my feet. The ocean is a constant in my life and where I run when it comes to "fight or flight" I find peace in the water and I pray and write on as many beaches as I have the opportunity to visit.

The other saving graces I write about are my girlfriends, the ones who embraced me when I was crying a million tears. I have included a few poems, my inspirations and stories about some of the significant men in my life.

Halfway Home The First 50 Years is a tribute to a life that hopefully has another 50 years to go! Enjoy my stories! I hope you are inspired to write your own ...
  • Zulkigis
Halfway Home evokes reflection in everyone and anyone who reads it. The best part is how with each story the reader is able to reflect on how the story relates to them. Bernadette Moyer writes from the heart and offers true inspirtaion to her readers. The strength behind her words really allows the reader to feel like they have entered the authors life. I recomend this book to anyone who wants some inspiration in their lives.
  • Skunk Black
I enjoyed "Halfway Home" on so many levels, but mostly for the "gift" that it gave me as a reader. If a collection of short stories can bring you a sense of peace and gratitude along with the perfect amount of humor sprinkled in, this book does it! You can tell right away that these are stories from the heart and for the heart. You can open up to any story, on any page, and get a slice of inspiration. Also great are the thought provoking journal questions to get you thinking about your own life stories. I love the conversational way these stories are told, kind of like you're sitting and listening to a good friend and you just don't want the story to end.
  • Doomwarden
What first caught my eye about this book was the "50" thing, a couple of years ago, one of my dear friends turned 50, and I wanted to get her a book. I ordered 2 books and they were so uninspiring that I never gave them to her, and ended up giving them to a charity. THIS BOOK is the book I should have gotten her then. It is full of short stories and after each story is a page left for you to write your personal story. The author's stories have triggered many of my own memories. I plan on using the book to write down those memories and then sharing them with my teen daughter. It is a great gift book as well!
  • Kea
Bernadette Moyer touches women's spirits and hearts as she reflects on those moments which have shaped her as a person. Personal, honest, and nonjudgmental, Ms. Moyer writes as though she is speaking directly to the reader. Women will recognize themselves over and over as they read through the stories and influences in Ms. Moyer's life which have molded and formed her through the years.

I came away a richer person for reading "Halfway Home: The First Fifty Years."
Don't miss it!!
  • Doriel
Bernadette wears her heart on the sleeves of these pages and holds nothing back. The admirable part of this book is that she doesn't make it all about herself, instead she invites readers to reflect on the topics included, thus making it an interactive reading/journaling experience.