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QuickPlay Sport Kickster Academy Ultra Portable Football Goal - Black, 12 x 6 Ft
QuickPlay Sport Kickster Academy Ultra Portable Football Goal - Black, 12 x 6 Ft
Offered by Net World Sports
Price: 84.99

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Money well spent, 1 Dec 2013
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We are delighted with this portable goal which has doubled as entertainment for the children in the wider family as well as being available for the younger players at the local foot ball club on Saturday mornings. It's strong portable and as the information suggests just like putting up a modern tent. Well designed and practical we think its money well spent.


Rewriting the Rules: An Integrative Guide to Love, Sex and Relationships
Rewriting the Rules: An Integrative Guide to Love, Sex and Relationships
by Meg Barker
Edition: Paperback
Price: 16.55

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Back to basics, 16 Oct 2012
This book is revolutionary in its thinking but compassionate in its delivery. Meg Barker quietly suggests we consider another way of thinking about our relationships to avoid falling into life's "crab buckets".
As someone who when younger was quite ready to espouse some of the accepted relationship rules without question (the requirement to live happily ever after) it has gone a long way towards making me question whether that is really the only way to proceed.
Throughout the book she slowly and deliberately takes each aspect of relating and through asking questions and making simple suggestions supports our personal journey by opening up possible alternative view points and laying out possible next steps. There is no insistence that she is right in what she says, not even that there is a right. The reader is left with the feeling they are being treated like a grown up who is perfectly capable of coming to their own sensible conclusions.
I would highly recommend this book to anyone who is interested in gaining a deeper and more considered understanding of how to `do' relationships, especially younger people who deserve an opportunity to find their own pathway through what is often very confusing and distressing terrain


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