My Orange Duffel Bag MOBI ☆ My Orange ePUB Ò

My Orange Duffel Bag MOBI ☆ My Orange ePUB Ò

My Orange Duffel Bag [Ebook] ➨ My Orange Duffel Bag Author Sam Bracken – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Sam Bracken grew up in poverty in a horrifically abusive, drug filled home surrounded by mobsters and motorcycle gang members in Las Vegas MY ORANGE DUFFEL BAG A Journey to Radical Change is a short, Sam Bracken grew up in poverty in a horrifically abusive, drug filled home surrounded by mobsters and motorcycle My Orange ePUB Ò gang members in Las Vegas My Orange Duffel Bag A Journey to Radical Change is a short, inspirational book that outlines his journey from abandonment as a young teen to triumph on the football field and in life His forthcoming mini memoir with a purpose also contains prescriptive advice Sam sRules for the Road on how to forge a path to the life you want no matter your circumstances.


10 thoughts on “My Orange Duffel Bag

  1. Brooklyn Bartlett Brooklyn Bartlett says:

    On the outside Sam is just an ordinary boy At home its different Sam is a victim of horrible abuse By his mom, his stepfather, and friends He never knew how he made it out alive In this book he gives you the seven rules for the road to be able to live the life you deserve One major thing that I really liked about this book was the strength behind the authors writing He really puts a lot of feeling into it and adds personal expieriences and tips which really help put meaning behind the bo On the outside Sam is just an ordinary boy At home its different Sam is a victim of horrible abuse By his mom, his stepfather, and friends He never knew how he made it out alive In this book he gives you the seven rules for the road to be able to live the life you deserve One major thing that I really liked about this book was the strength behind the authors writing He really puts a lot of feeling into it and adds personal expieriences and tips which really help put meaning behind the book The one and only thing I disliked about this book was all the sadness and sorrow I could never imagine anybody hurting another person and it was really sad because this book is nonfictional I would never want my life to be like that wondering if I will make it for another day or not My favorite part of the whole entire book was how Sam overcame all the hardships he went through and earned a full on football scholarship It is just amazing how you can leave an abusive home, with only a duffel bag full of stuff, and make your dreams come true I would reccomend this book to anybody and everybody because it is a very inspirational and life changing book It will really get you thinking about others and maybe not everybody is who you think they are


  2. Corey Vandenberg Corey Vandenberg says:

    Sam s story is incredible, emotional and raw What I love about this book, is that it isn t asking for pity or a pat on the back for what he has accomplished It s about serving those that can t serve themselves I m astounded that so many kids age out of our foster care system and are invisible The story about Sam at college for the first time really hit me hard I had never thought about the fact that if a foster child beats the odds and manages to get into college, they will still be homeles Sam s story is incredible, emotional and raw What I love about this book, is that it isn t asking for pity or a pat on the back for what he has accomplished It s about serving those that can t serve themselves I m astounded that so many kids age out of our foster care system and are invisible The story about Sam at college for the first time really hit me hard I had never thought about the fact that if a foster child beats the odds and manages to get into college, they will still be homeless whenever there is a holiday or a break between semesters.I was very moved by this story and I hope that others will take the opportunity to hear this incredible story


  3. Irene Irene says:

    I really like this one I have to tell my son about it since I think he would really enjoy reading this book too.


  4. Mel Mel says:

    From experience I ve learned that people undergoing therapy for childhood abuse respond very differently to a variety of techniques what resonates with one person may blow right over another It s a matter of matching the resources with the circumstances and the person Therefore, I ll resist giving a subjective review here and offer this book presentation is like a tool that I could see, in some cases, being valuable in a therapeutic arsenal, both professionally or personally for those do From experience I ve learned that people undergoing therapy for childhood abuse respond very differently to a variety of techniques what resonates with one person may blow right over another It s a matter of matching the resources with the circumstances and the person Therefore, I ll resist giving a subjective review here and offer this book presentation is like a tool that I could see, in some cases, being valuable in a therapeutic arsenal, both professionally or personally for those do it yourselfers Duffle bag is arranged as a scrapbook journal duffle bag the journal and scrapbook portions list the abusive events in the author s childhood, and chronicle his growth and recovery through a series of memorabilia with notes the duffle bag serves as a bag of tools and also as a metaphor for putting away the past, taking control, and moving on with new skills into a healthy empowered life Simplistic enough to relate to an older child assisted by professional therapist or an adult traumatized as a child A very concrete, elementary approach to laying out the problem and breaking it down About the equivalent of a personal journal in other therapy models What may seem like a trite and gimmicky presentation has some qualities I ve seen work with specific clients I also know adults that have gained a sense of strength from sharing this kind of retrospect presentation from the adult author I will say the author does rely on his religious faith and beliefs for those interested in that aspect and obviously, tackling real demons is not as easily done as coloring a picture and stuffing it into a bag But, Bracken isn t making any claims to the contrary He is just sharing his story and process I can t find fault with the sincere revelation of a person s experience and recovery It s always brave to tell your story and reach out to others whether or not they grasp this offered hand or the next, the intentions are well placed Simple, sweet unique and light handed in its approach


  5. Nick Nick says:

    For Sam Braken things at home weren t always a pleasure When Sam got home from school he would be brutally beaten by his family and forced into drugs and alcohol At age 15 Sam decided to stand up to his family and he told them he would not do drugs Sam was kicked out of his house at age 15 All he had now was football and track At age 17 he went all state in track and football He was given a scholarship to BYU where he always wanted to play football After playing in the all state bowl in L For Sam Braken things at home weren t always a pleasure When Sam got home from school he would be brutally beaten by his family and forced into drugs and alcohol At age 15 Sam decided to stand up to his family and he told them he would not do drugs Sam was kicked out of his house at age 15 All he had now was football and track At age 17 he went all state in track and football He was given a scholarship to BYU where he always wanted to play football After playing in the all state bowl in Las Vegas he learned he blew out his knee and BYU gave away his scholarship Read this book to find out how Sam fairs with this injury and his road to his comeback I would recommend this book if you like a biography or an informational book This book expresses how to be a good athlete and what you need so if you are an athlete you would like this book


  6. Corey Vandenberg Corey Vandenberg says:

    Sam s story is incredible, emotional and raw What I love about this book, is that it isn t asking for pity or a pat on the back for what he has accomplished It s about serving those that can t serve themselves I m astounded that so many kids age out of our foster care system and are invisible The story about Sam at college for the first time really hit me hard I had never thought about the fact that if a foster child beats the odds and manages to get into college, they will still be homeles Sam s story is incredible, emotional and raw What I love about this book, is that it isn t asking for pity or a pat on the back for what he has accomplished It s about serving those that can t serve themselves I m astounded that so many kids age out of our foster care system and are invisible The story about Sam at college for the first time really hit me hard I had never thought about the fact that if a foster child beats the odds and manages to get into college, they will still be homeless whenever there is a holiday or a break between semesters.I was very moved by this story and I hope that others will take the opportunity to hear this incredible story


  7. Jill Kemerer Jill Kemerer says:

    Amazing.This is a non traditional format, and it really worked for me From the beginning where we learn about Sam Bracken s abusive childhood to his subsequent move to college football and faith in the Lord, I was mesmerized But this isn t a memoir or autobiography This is a book detailing how we can live better lives Every page shares a picture, an inspiring quote, a bit of the past, a sign for the future and it s full of solid, practical advice for making a radical change to get your best Amazing.This is a non traditional format, and it really worked for me From the beginning where we learn about Sam Bracken s abusive childhood to his subsequent move to college football and faith in the Lord, I was mesmerized But this isn t a memoir or autobiography This is a book detailing how we can live better lives Every page shares a picture, an inspiring quote, a bit of the past, a sign for the future and it s full of solid, practical advice for making a radical change to get your best life.I loved this book I plan on studying each section in depth.Looking for motivation Buy My Orange Duffel Bag


  8. Jesse Jesse says:

    I found the first portion of this book incredibly interesting to read, while the second half turned intoof a self help type book that I do not appreciate very much My students who read it seem to love it because the story is told through pictures and snippets of words, much like a scrap book or journal It is a very compelling story of overcoming odds, and except for the self help feel of the latter half, it is a wonderful book.


  9. Kay Huck Kay Huck says:

    Sam Bracken gives hope through his story of perseverance in the face of adversity in life His was an abusive childhood and foster care He had endured and is now helping others through his foundation Noble Work.


  10. Shelley Shelley says:

    A great manual for how to turn out to be a successful person in life despite the hand that life deals you Would be great for young adults and I might even use in my Health classes It is a young adult novel, though, so if you aren t into that don t read this.


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