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An Umbrella for Alex by Rachel Rashkin-Shoot

By Rachel Rashkin-Shoot

An Umbrella for Alex narrates a tender boy's trip as he makes an attempt to appreciate and take care of his mother's abrupt temper swings. Written to be learn with a therapist, father or mother, or different depended on grownup, the tale of Alex reassures affected kids that they didn't reason and aren't accountable for the unstable habit in their dad or mum. Borderline character disease (BPD) is a psychological disorder that has effects on a few adults, and manifests itself through abrupt temper swings and episodes of anger or desperation. It affects kinfolk relationships, specifically parenting interactions, in scary and complicated methods. This booklet is appropriate for either girls and boys, and the absence of the time period "Borderline character sickness" in it makes the e-book on hand to a much wider viewers, particularly these kids whose mum or dad has been clinically determined with Narcissistic character illness, Bipolar sickness or different psychological affliction.

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For his research, focus groups and in-depth interviews with 52 individuals from different parts of Kurdistan from Turkey, Syria, Iraq, and Iran were conducted in the UK. Tas’ chapter explores how, for stateless groups like the Kurds, ‘diaspora’ can mean more than one place—including their land of origin. Tas suggests the concept of ‘double’ diasporas, where stateless people do not feel that they belong either to their country of origin or to the country in which they now live. The relationship between statelessness and nationalism is highlighted; and the impact of this on diaspora involvement in homeland politics, conflict, and peace is explored.

Sadjed The term diaspora is derived from Greek, meaning dispersal or scattering of seeds. Today, the term diaspora describes the experience of movement or displacement and the social, cultural, and political formations that result from it. The growing importance of diaspora communities around the world has led to increased recognition of the positive role they play in the domestic affairs of their respective homelands and as global and regional actors, agents of change, and knowledge brokers in their own right.

8, “Forced Displacement and Diaspora Cooperation among Cypriot Maronites and Bosnian Serbs”, Loizides, Stefanovic and Elston-­ Alphas focus on the interplay between diaspora mobilisation and return home in the aftermath of forced displacement. They investigate the conditions under which diaspora mobilisation in exile could contribute or not to returning home, especially after the passage of time. Drawing on the experiences of Bosnian (Drvar) and Cypriot (Maronite) returnees, it focuses on displacement since the 1993–1995 and 1974 wars respectively, to examine two counterintuitive and (partial) success stories.

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