Its All About Us (All About Us, #1) by Shelley AdinaTall, blonde Lissa Mansfield is used to being one of the in crowd--but being accepted by the popular girls at posh Spencer Academy boarding school in San Francisco is turning out to be harder than she thought. And then theres her New-York-loudmouth roommate, Gillian Chang, whos not just happy to be a Christian herself--shes determined to out Lissa, too! If Lissa can just keep her faith under wraps long enough to hook Callum McCloud, the hottest guy in school, shell be golden.
But when Callum pressures her to go all the way with him, Lissa has to decide for herself how far is too far. How can she see that line when hes so gorgeous and popular and shes so dazzled? And besides, shes too busy shopping for a Valentino and booking the hottest celeb for the Benefactors Ball. Who knew finding a place at Spencer Academy would be so complicated?
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Do you believe in love at first sight? And does the universe pull certain people together for a reason? The book follows Arthur, a boy from Georgia who's visiting New York City for the summer, and Ben, a boy reeling from a recent breakup. When the two bump into each other at the post office as Ben tries to mail out his ex-boyfriend's belongings, it seems like the perfect meet-cute When they're later reunited, the question is: Was their post office meeting a happy accident, or was it fate?
The patients she examines in these pages often have dramatic symptoms — blindness, paralysis, seizures, intense pain and chronic fatigue — but they are symptoms related to no identified disease or physical cause. She is often there to tell them the last words that they generally want to hear: that the very real agony that they may feel in head or gut or back or limb is all in their mind. Psychosomatic illness, the experience of physical symptoms brought about by emotional states, is not a new phenomenon, though arguably it has reached pandemic proportions with the self-diagnostic possibilities offered by the internet. As a result of such observations Hippocrates believed that a physician must treat disturbances in the mind as well as the body. Two millennia before Freud he was analysing the dreams of his patients for signs of mental distress that might be causing physical illness.