Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Mommy, I Wish I Could Tell You What They Did To Me In School Today

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By Richard Stripp

About the Book

Mommy, I Wish I Could Tell You What They Did To Me In School Today” is a glimpse into the minds of 10 different children with varying disabilities through the eyes of one of their closest friends.  The author has worked directly with these children and because most of them can’t speak for themselves, he has given us an idea of what they might possibly say.  All of the scenarios discussed in this book are based on actual events. 

While some of it may be disturbing, the hope is that the reader will learn what can occur in an effort to make things better in the future.  This one-of-a-kind book is a must-read for anyone socially, emotionally, or professionally linked to any special needs person.

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Tuesday, May 22, 2012

The Teen Years - Don't Get Mad Get Through It -Parent's guide to surviving the teenage years without tearing your hair out

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By Sarah Newton

Parents, are you ready to finally stop the never-ending cycle of disagreements, arguing and repeating yourself endlessly?

If you ask most parents what they want for their children, most will answer, “I want them to be happy, healthy and confident.” Ask parents of teenagers and most will say, “I just wish they would do as I tell them!” The teenage years can feel like a never-ending cycle of disagreements, arguing and endless repetition.

TV star and author Sarah Newton will share with you how to survive the teen years without pulling your hair out. In Sarah’s new book you will discover:

1. The biggest parenting mistake you are making and how to stop it.
2. How to teach your teen that there is more to life than gimme, gimme, gimme?
3. How to encourage your teen to take responsibility and start doing things without you having to nag.
4. How to to discipline your teen without starting World War Three?

Get back in the driver’s seat and take the first steps to build a more peaceful and harmonious home life.
If your teenager thinks that rules and regulations don’t apply to them and you are just a glorified ATM,
then this book may change their life.

Learn how to say No confidently and deal with any repercussions.
Learn sure fire ways to get what you need done without resorting to shouting.
Stop nagging and give your teen empowering choices.

Try Sarah's methods out at home and see what a difference her practical, no-nonsense advice can make to your family life.

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Thursday, May 17, 2012

The Resilience Formula

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By Donna M. Volpitta and Joel Haber

The Resilience Formula is a plan for proactive parenting- parenting that actively considers how to teach resilience to children through everyday challenges. Many parenting books tell us what makes a good parent.

It is not easy, however, to find information about how to be that type of parent, particularly when strong emotions come into play. In this book, we provide: 1- A FRAMEWORK for handling challenges, big and small; 2- LESSONS about how to script language to make your child more independent; and 3- A PLAN to help you transform challenges into opportunities to teach resilience.

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Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Searching for... The You We Adore

By Valerie Westfall

Searching for…The You We Adore is a heartwarming story that tells how long love will wait, and how far love will travel for a child already loved from the heart. It traces the journey of love as parents dream about, search for, and welcome home the child born in their hearts.

Children will enjoy tracing this journey by following a red ribbon of love from page to page. Nurturing, happy words and playful illustrations take readers on a captivating journey which affirms love and strengthens belongingness. You will find the story’s lyrical text both fun and appropriate for young children. Endearing illustrations celebrate family and embrace the diversity of adoption.

The You We Adore has accurately been described as a love story for adopted children, and is meant to be shared as a family. While the story does not explain adoption, I hope families will embrace the opportunity to dialogue about each child’s unique adoption story and express to them, “You are loved and adored!”
Please enjoy reading a few selected pages of Searching for…The You We Adore by clicking on the “Book” tab.

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Thursday, May 3, 2012

The Bully Vaccine: How to Innoculate Yourself Against Obnoxious People

By Jennifer Hancock

This book is designed to help parents vaccinate their kids against bullies and other obnoxious petty people. By preparing for them in advance you can effectively inoculate yourself against the worst of their behavior. The goal is to not be the sort of person a bully targets. It is much easier to prevent bullying than it is to stop it once it starts. If you or your child are trying to cope with bullying that is persistent, egregious and/or ongoing, this book will teach how to stop the bullying from continuing.

It isn't easy, but it can be done if you know how. This book provides very specific and practical information on how exactly to go about ending bullying. The more you understand about the dynamic of what is happening, the better able you will be able to help your child navigate the social situations they find themselves in. And the sooner you teach them these skills, the better off they are going to be. Regardless of your child's age, this book can help you teach your child the practical skills they need to cope with the bullies they will encounter in life. It is never too young to start. No parent wants to see their kid suffer. If you want to learn how to protect your child, this book will help you teach them the specific skills they need to be successfully inoculated against bullying.

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