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Position:Helping A Mentally Ill Loved One in a County Jail/The Untold 60s: When Hope Was Born/Patchwork and Ornament: A Woman's Journey of Life, Love, and Art - Book review
 
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Small Press Bookwatch: February 2010

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Midwest Book Review

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Helping A Mentally Ill Loved One In A County Jail

Barry T. Schnell

Social Sciences Publishing

1832 Sonya Way, Bear, DE 19701

97800910599009, $23.95, www.helpjmi.com

Some people are not fully equipped for the horrors of prison life.

"Helping A Mentally Ill Loved One in a County Jail" is a guide for those who want to help their friends and family who have been incarcerated for whatever reason and may not be in the best mindset to help themselves out of the situation their in. These individuals face different challenges, and Barry Schnell hopes to help readers have the knowledge and tools they need to make sure their friends and family with a mental illness gets a fair shake and doesn't get a harsher punishment than they deserve. "Helping a Mentally Ill Loved One in a County Jail" is a must for anyone facing the titular situation.

The Untold 60s

Alex Gross

Cross-Cultural Research Projects

PO Box 660, Cooper Station, New York, NY 10276

9780982317808, $29.95

The ideas of hope and change reside side by side, and have been for over fifty years. "The Untold 60s: When Hope Was Born" discusses the birth of hope and its union with change, as throughout the world, it was rapidly changing. Revolution was the name of the game, and whether it was the military-driven revolution of Vietnam, the social revolution of the western world...

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