Araina’s isolated teenage life is forever altered when she witnesses a man emerge through a rippling wall into the dark labyrinth she calls home. As a result of the stranger’s arrival, Araina’s Creators have unleashed a series of magical attacks using the labyrinth against its inhabitants. Now Araina must decide if she will trust potentially deceitful allies in order to reach safety on the other side of the labyrinth wall.
The Labyrinth Wall is the story of a young woman who discovers that although labyrinth walls confine her and her enemies try to repress her, the power of hope can set her free.
Will the walls that confine her be the walls that set her free?
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Meet the Author:
Though she was born in Germany and raised in Turkey until the age of five, Emilyann Girdner spent the majority of her grade school years in Tallahassee, Florida. She discovered early she had a love for stories. Reading books, watching movies and then acting them out with friends or toys gave living an extra flavor. This is likely why she spent the first part of her college career studying Creative Writing, before switching to Graphic Design and then graduating with a BFA in Digital Art from Missouri State University in 2011. Her writing has appeared on websites and blogs including Center for Work Life, Easter Seals Florida, MU Museum of Art & Archaeology’s Musings and Examiner.com. She is best known for her Amazon Best-Selling novel, The Labyrinth Wall. Emilyann is now living and working in Florida.
Given her three focus transitions as an undergraduate, it isn’t a shock that she is a multi-medium lover, exploring writing, digital art, photography and design. She finds that her creativity is most fluent when given the opportunity to bounce between artistic outlets.
To truly understand this Author, there are two things to know about her. Emilyann hopes to share a love for others and God in all she does. She believes that imagination sparks beauty in the soul.
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Millions of Americans have bladder control issues, also known as urinary incontinence. The condition can affect anyone – not just older people. Bladder control issues can also affect young people, particularly woman who have given birth or men who have been treated for prostate cancer.
Check out these videos of real people who have bladder control problems, for various reasons.
I know for a few weeks after I gave birth (both times), I had to wear a maxi pad every day until I got full bladder control back. Now that I’m getting older and have a chronic cough, there are times when I cough so hard that I leak ( a little or a lot depending on how full I am). Following are some tips I have learned for managing bladder control problems:
- Practice Kegels – Kegel exercises are especially helpful for women with mild symptoms, according to WebMD. Kegels are done by tightening and releasing the pelvic floor muscles (the muscles that help you start and stop your urine stream).
- Keep a pee schedule – You may not always feel like you have to pee, but if you pee at the same times every day, whether you need it or not, it will help keep your bladder empty.
- Once you’re done peeing, wait a minute, then see if you need to pee some more. Another trick I learned when I was pregnant (which also works if you’re carrying a little excess weight) is to lift up your belly and see if that helps your bladder release some more urine.
- Don’t drink any caffeine after 5 p.m. and try to cut back on the caffeine you already consume.
- Drink plenty of water (at least 64 ounces) but don’t overdo it.
- Talk to your doctor to see if there is any medical or medicine-related reason that could be causing your incontinence.
- Use a product made specifically for bladder control problems.
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Do you have any tips for managing bladder control problems? Please share them in the comment section.