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Welcome to Parenthood

release date: Jul 01, 2018
Welcome to Parenthood
Becoming a parent? You can wing it, hope for the best and wait for your kid to get older before you try to fix any problems (at which point, it could be too late). Or you can prepare and know that you''ve done everything in your power to support your child''s mental, physical and emotional wellbeing, while also honouring your own individuality, plans, aspirations, goals and needs. Being a parent is not for the faint-hearted. Being a parent requires courage, knowledge and practice. We''re talking about a contract for life. Are you ready? Welcome to Parenthood examines parenting as a social, emotional and even revolutionary activity. This book defines the twenty-first-century family living space and seeks to see every child and parent in this world empowered, valued, accepted and acknowledged. Discover how to create a harmonious home environment where all members of the family thrive.

The Family Board Meeting: You Have 18 Summers to Create Lasting Connection with Your Children

release date: Jun 17, 2018
The Family Board Meeting: You Have 18 Summers to Create Lasting Connection with Your Children
Discover three simple steps to create a lasting connection with your children. If you could do one thing that you knew would dramatically strengthen your family in just a few hours, would you do it? That''s the question we pose in the Family Board Meeting, the simple guide to reconnecting with your children that has spread around the globe. Discover the elegant and powerful strategy that promises to: *Connect you more deeply with your children *Reduce "screen sucking" and device dependence *Make each child in your family feel important and unique *Help you feel more open and authentic with your children *Increase your happiness at home *Building an enduring family legacy of connection and memories The Family Board Meeting is a carefully designed, easy-to-follow guide to creating quality time with your children. It takes only minutes to plan your first Board Meeting... and it''s guaranteed to be a ton of fun for both you and your child! Welcome to the most important meeting of your life.

Visionary Parenting: Capture a God-Sized Vision for Your Family

release date: Sep 01, 2009
Visionary Parenting: Capture a God-Sized Vision for Your Family
The author gives encouragement and insight into life-changing action that will impact generations to come. Parents will be inspired to build faith and character in the heart of their kids. Topics covered include: the God-filled normal life, impacting a thousand generations, creating a home of unity, the noble calling of fatherhood and motherhood, the blessing of family worship, and discipline that disciples.

Crazy Cool Family

release date: May 12, 2018
Crazy Cool Family
What if you could read one book that would change the course of your family forever? A book that would show you a clear pathway to an awesome, Jesus-focused family where everyone in the family loves Jesus and loves each other deeply? A book that would help you be confident your kids will leave your nest connected to you and walking with Jesus?Crazy Cool Family is that book! Authors Don and Suzanne Manning, parents of seven godly children and ministers to hundreds of Crazy Cool Families over the last decade, deliver a uniquely gifted message that will cause you to Rethink the Way You Do Family!They asked Jesus in Matthew 22:37-40 what was most important in life. He said life was about relationships, first with our Heavenly Father and then with others around us. The same is true for family. Family is our most important network of relationships and the strength of our family will be determined by the strength of all of the family relationships.This book will show you how to navigate all of the relationships in your home so that everyone in the home loves and likes each other as well as show you how to create a culture in your home so that everyone wants to be there! Filled with stories, humor, and love, this is a book you will refer to again and again as a treasure map to unlock the unique, amazing family God has for you!

The Holy Family Model Not Exception

release date: Mar 19, 2018
The Holy Family Model Not Exception
Description of Book The communion of love between the Father, Son and Holy Spirit is the source from which love in the human family springs, according to contemporary Catholic Theology. The Holy Family, from the Middle Ages in Europe, was considered the earthly Trinity but because there was no conjugal intercourse it was considered the exception. In her book, Shivanandan argues that Christ is the model for all human love in His conforming to the father''s will. The Holy Family, with Christ at the center is, therefore, the model for all baptized human families. Shivanandan traces how the family as a communion of persons came about and is lived in Western culture along with distortions which affect it today. Until the role of Joseph as husband and father and a philosophy of the person and communion of persons, both of which matured in the 19th and 20th centuries, were developed, a full understanding of the Holy Family and by corollary the human family as a communion of persons imaging divine Trinitarian communion could not come about. Central to the author''s theme is the understanding of the human person as gift and his/her fulfillment as self-gift to God and/or another human being, especially according to the teaching of St. John Paul II. The Holy Family witnesses both to celibacy for the kingdom and human spousal love. In the central portion of the book, the author spells out what it means to be a communion of persons both in the Holy Family and human families. The person, both as man or woman, is in a unique relationship with God. Sexual difference, while intrinsic to the person made in God''s image, never obscures the equality of his/her being a person whose freedom is fundamental. The spousal relation, while giving different roles to man and woman, must always respect, especially, the personhood of the woman. Similarly motherhood and fatherhood have distinct gifts and tasks. The bodily nursing of the infant by the mother in imitation of Mary, is particularly emphasized. The importance of the child is stressed since our destiny is to be adopted children of the Father. A pivotal chapter spells out the importance of Presence/presence; of Christ''s presence in the family and of bodily presence of family members to each other. A chapter is devoted to how the Church''s teaching in the encyclical, Humanae vitae helps to bring about the communion of persons. Far from being a barrier to spousal love, it enhances it, although not without effort and a certain suffering. The two final chapters consider Lumen Gentium''s universal call to holiness and sin and conversion. While sin is the usual path of man and woman after the Fall, Christ''s redeeming power in the sacraments enables weak human beings to surmount their weaknesses and live the full measure of the communion of persons in the family; in other words to be holy families like the Holy Family. The book has particular relevance in our culture today, confused as it is over the identity of man and woman and marriage. Women seek to become like men in order participate in society, regarding their feminine gift of fertility and nurturing as detrimental. Some men, on the other hand, seek to become women. This book, following John Paul II, shows a better way that both affirms women''s legitimate desires to be honored as human persons first and, at the same time, calls for a true appreciation of masculine gifts. Without mutual submission to the Creator of the Universe, who is a Communion of Love, men and women cannot find the communion of love they seek and which is essential for their own flourishing and that of children and families. The Holy Family is, indeed, the model not the exception.

Parent-child Relations

release date: Feb 16, 2018
Parent-child Relations
A user-friendly resource that examines the intricacies of parent-child relationships in contemporary society For decades, Parent-Child Relations: An Introduction to Parenting has prepared countless teachers and practitioners by using family systems and systemic family development theory as frameworks to explore the evolution of the family, the stages of family system development, and the challenges faced by all types of families. Readers will discover a broad range of issues encountered across the lifespan to help them prepare for their roles as professionals working with families or as parents themselves. Filled with relevant new topics, two new chapters, and new cultural snapshots, the 10th Edition has been extensively updated while retaining the essential developmental approach and comprehensive coverage. Improve mastery and retention with the Enhanced Pearson eText The Enhanced Pearson eText provides a rich, interactive learning environment designed to improve student mastery of content with embedded videos and a hyperlinked glossary. Note: You are purchasing a standalone product; the Enhanced Pearson eText does not come packaged with this content. Students, if interested in purchasing this title with the Enhanced Pearson eText, ask your instructor to confirm the correct package ISBN and Course ID. Instructors, contact your Pearson representative for more information. If you would like to purchase both the physical text and the Enhanced Pearson eText, search for: 0134800354 / 9780134800356 Parent-Child Relations: An Introduction to Parenting, with Enhanced Pearson eText -- Access Card Package Package consists of: 0134802233 / 9780134802237 Parent-Child Relations: An Introduction to Parenting 0134802284 / 9780134802282 Parent-Child Relations: An Introduction to Parenting, Pearson eText -- Access Card

Loving Your Children More Than You Hate Each Other

release date: May 01, 2018
Loving Your Children More Than You Hate Each Other
As divorce rates rise, parents need resources to help them navigate high-conflict situations and put their children first. Loving Your Children More Than You Hate Each Other offers practical tips and strategies to help parents manage intense emotions, deal with shame and blame, and create a peaceful, loving environment for their children using dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) and values-based parenting.

Raising Cooperative Kids

release date: Jan 01, 2017
Raising Cooperative Kids
Not since Dr. Spock''s The Common Sense Book of Baby and Child Care published in 1946 has there been such a comprehensive book on parenting. Raising Cooperative Kids focuses on children from toddlerhood to early teens, picking up where Spock''s book leaves off. Patterson, who was one of the leaders of the behavioral movement in psychology, gets straight to the heart of the power struggle that begins when children learn to speak and interact with others. This fight for power is at the core of every tantrum and argument that will ever occur between parents and children. Together, Patterson and Forgatch give parents the formula to overcome this struggle and make children want to cooperate. Their parenting techniques tap deep-rooted human instincts, making them universal and easy to use no matter where you live or how your family is structured. Developed over 40 years of practice and tested in clinical studies, these techniques enable parents to teach their children new behaviors, change unwanted behaviors, and reduce family conflicts. Unlike most parenting books, the focus is first on changing the behaviors of parents and giving them proven tools to bring out the best in their children. Specific guidance is included for issues ranging from how to share the bathroom during the morning rush to what to do when a child misbehaves. The authors also remind us of the importance of play#8212enjoying each other and sharing time and activities together is the cornerstone of a happy family. Raising Cooperative Kids is the only parenting book you will ever need.

350 Questions Parents Should Ask During Family Night

release date: Jan 01, 2018
350 Questions Parents Should Ask During Family Night
Protect your children from physical and spiritual danger by asking the right questions. Organized by topic, this book includes age-appropriate questions for younger and older children that will spark family discussions about important topics like emergency preparedness, the word of wisdom, and integrity. So go ahead and ask your children what they know--you might be surprised by their answers!

Practicing What the Doctor Preached

release date: Dec 01, 2016
Practicing What the Doctor Preached
James Dobson, founder of the conservative Christian foundation Focus on the Family, is well-known to the secular world as a crusader for the Christian right. But within Christian circles he is known primarily as a childrearing expert. Millions of American children have been raised on his message, disseminated through books, videos, radio programs, magazines, and other media. While evangelical Christians have always placed great importance on familial responsibilities, Dobson placed the family at the center of Christian life. Only by sticking to proper family roles can we achieve salvation. Women, for instance, only come to know God fully by submitting to their husbands and nurturing their children. Such uniting of family life and religion has drawn people to the organization, just as it has forced them to wrestle with what it meant to be a Christian wife, husband, mother, father, son, or daughter. Adapting theories from developmental psychology that melded parental modeling with a conservative Christian theology of sinfulness, salvation, and a living relationship with Jesus, Dobson created a new model for the Christian family. But what does that model look like in real life? Drawing on interviews with mothers, fathers, sons, and daughters, Practicing What the Doctor Preached explores how actual families put Dobson''s principles into practice. To what extent does Focus shape the practices of its audience to its own ends, and to what extent does Focus'' understanding of its members'' practices and needs shape the organization? Susan B. Ridgely shows that, while Dobson is known for being rigid and dogmatic, his followers show surprising flexibility in the way they actually use his materials. She examines Focus''s listeners and their changing needs over the organization''s first thirty years, a span that saw the organization expand from centering itself on childrearing to entrenching itself in public debates over sexuality, education, and national politics.

One Beautiful Dream

release date: May 01, 2018
One Beautiful Dream
Popular radio host Jennifer Fulwiler is the last person you''d expect to be the mother of six children. Intimately relatable, One Beautiful Dream is the story of one woman''s wild experiment of chasing her dreams with multiple kids in tow and discovering that the life we need is not the one we would have chosen for ourselves.

Raising Healthy Parents

release date: Sep 19, 2017
Raising Healthy Parents
This refreshingly humorous yet effective guide on the oh-so-serious business of parenting reminds us that being a successful parent means first being a successful human. Part philosophy, part implementation, this resource is a must-have for anyone who is or will be a parent.

Raising the Transgender Child

release date: Nov 22, 2016
Raising the Transgender Child
"Raising the Transgender Child is the complete guide for parents, teachers, practitioners, and caregivers of transgender children. Written by top experts in the field, this complete and compassionate guide includes first-hand stories from families, the most up-to-date science, and all the advice parents need to raise happy, confident, transgender children. Written by Dr. Michele Angello, a leading therapist and go-to expert in the field of transgender parenting and Ali Bowman, bestselling writer and the mother of a transgender boy, Raising the Transgender Child is written specifically for parents, families, educators, and mentors who support transgender youth. Readers will discover a wealth of science-backed information, written in a warm, journalistic style, and a friendly and practical structure full of lists and tips that are sure to comfort, guide, and inspire the family and friends of transgender children that their children can lead normal, happy lives. Offering warm, specific, actionable advice, Raising the Transgender Child addresses all aspects of transgender childhood, including coming-out letters, identity challenges, school communications, and more. Readers will return to this book over and over again as their children grow into happy, well-adjusted, fulfilled adults"--

Happy You, Happy Family

release date: Jun 01, 2017
Happy You, Happy Family
You want to be a loving parent who guides your kids towards a life of happiness and success. But the chaos of parenting life leaves you feeling overwhelmed, stressed, or just vaguely annoyed all the time. (Or maybe it''s not so vague.) With this practical guide for busy parents and a bonus printable workbook, you''ll know how to: * Stop feeling overwhelmed. Get a handle on the swirling chaos of to-do items and appointments and "should"s in your head. * Set yourself up for a happy day, every day. Find out the ingredients you need in your day in order to become your happiest self. * Catch yourself before you lose your cool. Learn what to do when you lose your patience with a temper-taming toolkit of proven tools to get you back on track. * Heal after the storm. For the days when you do lose your cool, you''ll get the exact steps to flush the bad mojo from your body and repair the relationship with your child (or your partner). This book gives you the best science-backed tools that you need as a busy parent to become your happiest self.

Raising Fathers

release date: Apr 19, 2017
Raising Fathers
A young teenage girl learns she is going to be a mother. Somewhere out there, a young teenage boy learns he is going to be a father. In American society, we naturally assume that it will be the mother who bears most of the responsibility of raising and caring for the children. Thus, we have many programs, both public and private, to benefit young, unwed mothers...as we should. But, comparatively, there aren''t that many programs focused on helping the young men find their way along the parenting journey. Both families are often of little help. His parents are often disengaged because they have neither the skills nor the resources to accept responsibility for raising another child. Her family is angry at the young expectant father, because they feel he picked the family flower before it had fully bloomed. Consequently, the father-to-be gets lost in the shuffle, and either runs from his parenting responsibilities, or gets pushed out of the way. Combined with an ever-increasing absence of fathers from the nuclear family due to crime, drugs, unexpected death, or other life choices, we have generations of American children being raised in fatherless homes. Fifty years ago, the number of children being raised in fatherless homes was one in five. Today, that number is one in four...and, it''s even worse in African-American families where the ratio is one in two. It''s a national epidemic! In "Raising Fathers" Bill Johnson uses his own life experiences as a son to an alcoholic father, and a father himself, to begin a national conversation about the issue. At times invoking humor, at other times unbelievable tragedy, he speaks of the innate desire of every child to have a good relationship with their earthly father. He speaks of the divine nature of our Heavenly Father in assigning surrogate fathers to help the fatherless. And, he talks in depth of the societal impacts facing America due to generations of fatherless children. Jack Partridge, former President, Columbia Gas in Ohio, summed up Johnson''s work. He said, " I found Congressman Bill Johnson''s "Raising Fathers" to be a startling, eye-opening, and compelling read." Mark Weaver, Former Deputy Attorney General of Ohio, went on to say, "Bill Johnson is a national leader with a father''s heart and an American soul. This book will make you cry, laugh, and -- most importantly -- think. We should all join Bill''s clarion call to raise our nation by raising fathers." After reading "Raising Fathers", Gary Terashita, Editor-in-Chief, Regnery Faith Publishing, said "In Raising Fathers, Congressman Bill Johnson writes on one of society''s deepest tragedies and greatest needs, the loss of and reclamation of fatherhood...I recommend this book to everyone in the cause of restoring America to greatness." Finally, Jim Roberts, Founder and President, The American Veterans Center, said "I found reading ''Raising Fathers'' to be an emotionally powerful experience. I feel certain that other readers, especially fathers and fathers-to-be, will feel the same." It will take decades to reverse the erosive and corrosive effects that the absence of fathers in the traditional American family has had and continues to have on America''s culture and society. "Raising Fathers" begins the conversation...now each of us must join the conversation if we ever expect to see a reversal of the trend of fatherless homes, and see a return to the safety and security of the traditional American family for future generations.

Pride and Joy

release date: Feb 23, 2017
Pride and Joy
Pride and Joy is a practical, positive guide for lesbian, gay, bi and trans parents. It draws on experiences and advice for a huge range of LGBT parents and their children.

Large Family Mothering

release date: Mar 01, 2017
Large Family Mothering
Your home is like a puzzle. All the many different pieces come together to form the perfect picture. Running a home effectively is the same concept as building a puzzle. It takes time, persistence, and it takes having a plan. After having ten babies, I have had my chance to either fail as a homemaker or make my home a peaceful haven that we enjoyed being part of. It never "just happened," I had to work at it. This book is for those looking for an easier, plain approach to homemaking. It will give you a practical step by step plan for every area and system in running your home. This works whether you are a new bride just starting out or you are about to have your 15th child! Take the easy, simple approach to homemaking and build it piece by piece.

The Tabernacle in Us

release date: Jan 10, 2017
The Tabernacle in Us
Seven full family ministry services for your church families designed to be taught in once a month family gathering setting. Tabernacle in Us takes families on a 7 month journey through the tabernacle of old to rediscover worship to be more than a church service, but the very roadway they must follow to commune and be a habitation place of the presence of the Father. They will find their place as both the New Testament Priest and Tabernacle. Using the blueprints laid out for us in God''s word, the families of God in your church will unveil hidden mysteries in the Tabernacle of Moses that becomes a foreshadowing of the Tabernacle of flesh they are called to be. This curriculum will beckon each family to make worship not a place they go, but a lifestyle they live. Step by step, with each furniture piece of the Tabernacle, they will be given a blueprint filled with creative ideas and revelation to use as tools to worship in spirit and in truth, and become the temple and priest once again. The Old Testament Tabernacle will come alive like never before. It is our prayer that as you facilitate family gatherings using our Tabernacle in Us curriculum, and our pattern of family ministry, you will teach, model, and equip the families to be fully what God has called them to be in 1 Peter 2:4-5. It is our heart that that this curriculum will transform their whole family to make worship a lifestyle that builds up a spiritual house for God to dwell in.

Real Families, Real Needs

release date: Jan 01, 2017
Real Families, Real Needs
When a family is affected by disability, everyone''s life changes. Whether you''re a father, mother, sibling, grandparent, or other relative, you have specific questions based on your role in the family as well as unique needs for support. Real Families, Real Needs by Joni and Friends not only answers those questions, but also provides godly advice and spiritual hope for the challenges you face. Divided into five sections written specifically for every member of the family, this book also offers encouragement, Scriptures to lean on, practical ideas, and more. Learn from the stories of families like yours, and be inspired as they share how God has helped them live victoriously through the challenges of life with disability. Find comfort and peace in a community of people who understand what you face on a daily basis. You are not alone!

The Awakened Family

release date: Jan 01, 2016
The Awakened Family
""New from the New York Times bestselling author of The Conscious Parent comes a radically transformative plan that shows parents how to raise children to be their best, truest selves,"--Amazon.com."

Parenting to a Degree

Parenting to a Degree
Helicopter parents—the kind that continue to hover even in college—are one of the most ridiculed figures of twenty-first-century parenting, criticized for creating entitled young adults who boomerang back home. But do involved parents really damage their children and burden universities? In this book, sociologist Laura T. Hamilton illuminates the lives of young women and their families to ask just what role parents play during the crucial college years. Hamilton vividly captures the parenting approaches of mothers and fathers from all walks of life—from a CFO for a Fortune 500 company to a waitress at a roadside diner. As she shows, parents are guided by different visions of the ideal college experience, built around classed notions of women’s work/family plans and the ideal age to “grow up.” Some are intensively involved and hold adulthood at bay to cultivate specific traits: professional helicopters, for instance, help develop the skills and credentials that will advance their daughters’ careers, while pink helicopters emphasize appearance, charm, and social ties in the hopes that women will secure a wealthy mate. In sharp contrast, bystander parents—whose influence is often limited by economic concerns—are relegated to the sidelines of their daughter’s lives. Finally, paramedic parents—who can come from a wide range of class backgrounds—sit in the middle, intervening in emergencies but otherwise valuing self-sufficiency above all. Analyzing the effects of each of these approaches with clarity and depth, Hamilton ultimately argues that successfully navigating many colleges and universities without involved parents is nearly impossible, and that schools themselves are increasingly dependent on active parents for a wide array of tasks, with intended and unintended consequences. Altogether, Parenting to a Degree offers an incisive look into the new—and sometimes problematic—relationship between students, parents, and universities.

Discovering God Together

release date: Aug 03, 2015
Discovering God Together
Research shows again and again that when families openly live and share their faith together, their marriages are stronger, children and parents get along better, and children are less likely to succumb to drugs, alcohol, promiscuity, or negative peer pressure. In this book, experienced psychotherapists Greg and Lisa Popcak show how you can transform your family into a joyful place where each member experiences life as a gift from God. From tapping into the rich beauty of Catholic traditions to mustering the motivation needed to deepen your spiritual life, you discover the practical, positive, and tangible difference our faith can make in your family life. You’ll also learn . . . The five marks of a Catholic family. Are you missing the most important? How to keep rituals fresh and alive rather than boring and routine. The four characteristics of teaching your children to have the heart of a disciple. The one thing children need to catch their faith on fire. How to shepherd your kids through the seven stages of faith. Six steps to helping kids develop individual prayer time How to discern your family’s charism – and what to do with it. How to foster your children’s sense of mission.

Modern Families

release date: Mar 12, 2015
Modern Families
Provides an expert view of research on parenting and child development in new family forms.

Religion and Families

release date: Oct 10, 2016
Religion and Families
This is the first multidisciplinary text to address the growing scholarly connection between religion and family life. The latest literature from family studies, psychology, sociology, and religion is reviewed along with narratives drawn from interviews with 200 racially, religiously, and regionally diverse families which bring the concepts to life. Written in a thought-provoking, accessible, and sometimes humorous style by two of the leading researchers in the field, the book reflects the authors firsthand experience in teaching today s students about religion s impact on families. Prior to writing the book, the authors read the sacred texts of many faiths, interviewed religious leaders, and attended religious services for a wide array of faiths. The result is an accurate and engaging account of why and how families are impacted by their religion. The pedagogical features of the text include boldfaced key terms defined in the glossary, text boxes, chapter conclusions, summary points, and review questions. Religion and Families: Examines several denominations within Christianity, Judaism, and Islam. Reviews findings from racially and ethnically diverse families, from traditional and diverse family forms, and examines gender and life-course issues. Addresses the impact of one s religious involvement on longevity, divorce rates, and parenting styles. Considers demographic, family-, couple-, and individual-level data that relate to prayer and other sacred practices. Presents a balanced treatment of the latest research and a new model for studying family and religion. Explores the "whys," "hows," and processes at work in the religion-family connection. The book opens with a discussion of why religion and family connections matter. Chapter 2 defines religion and presents a new conceptualization of religion. Empirical research connections between religion and marriage, divorce, family, and parent-child relationships are explored in chapters 3 through 6. The interface between religion and the family in Christianity, Judaism, and Islam are reviewed in chapters 7, 8, and 9. Chapter 10 explores the unique challenges that religion presents for diverse family forms. Prayer as a coping mechanism for life s challenges such as death and disability are explored in chapter 11. Chapter 12 examines forgiveness in the context of marriages and families. The book concludes with a review of the book s most important themes and findings. Intended as a text for undergraduate courses in family and religion, the psychology or sociology of the family, the psychology or sociology of religion, pastoral/biblical counseling, or family and youth ministry, taught in human development and family studies, psychology, sociology, religion, social work, pastoral counseling, and sometimes philosophy. This book also appeals to family therapists and counselors. "

The Attack on the Family and the European Response

release date: Oct 05, 2016
The Attack on the Family and the European Response
"Never has the institution of the family been put in such jeopardy as it is today. Wars, tyrannical rulers and the reducing of entire peoples into slavery, although never absent from history, have damaged or even destroyed individual families, but the institution itself had never been touched." Until now, when the cultural Marxists have made the demolition of the Family a key part of their long war against Christian civilisation and European identity. This important new work exposes the origins and methods of this ruthless assault on traditional values and on the rights of parents and children. Written from a patriotic, traditionalist and Christian perspective, it highlights the anti-human agenda of the enemies of normality. Thoroughly researched and referenced, it provides a wealth of facts which demolish the specious arguments employed by the propagandists of sexual ''liberation'', ''gender theory'' and heterophobia. It provides valuable insights into the deeply negative impact of the left''s assault on the Family on the physical and mental welfare both on children and on members of the very ''minorities'' the left claim to champion. Finally, it examines the positive steps now underway in various nations as the traditionalist counter-revolution grows in strength and confidence.

Untangled

release date: Aug 24, 2016
Untangled
This is the story of the big invisible elephant in the room, the sad reality of the high prevalence of man-made trauma, and its heavy psychosocial impact, especially on children. It tells of the trans-generational transmission of dysfunction, when traumatized parents and caregivers repeat the vicious cycle through abusing or neglecting their children.

The Miracle Morning for Parents

release date: Aug 04, 2016
The Miracle Morning for Parents
Ready to take the lead in your family and achieve your vision of ideal family life? Hal Elrod''s ''The Miracle Morning'' has helped redefine the mornings and the lives of millions of readers since 2012. Since then, careers have been launched, goals have been met, and dreams have been realized, all through the power of the Miracle Morning Life S.A.V.E.R.S. These six daily practices will fuel your efforts to create positive change in your life. And now, Miracle Morning for Parents & Families brings you these Life S.A.V.E.R.S. in a whole new light, along with the not-so-obvious principles and the exceptional skills you need to create a loving and successful home environment. Mike and Lindsay McCarthy-two successful professionals who also lead an adventurous homeschool family-bring their wisdom and insight to you through Hal Elrod''s powerful Miracle Morning framework. DEVELOP A DEEP AND SATISFYING RELATIONSHIP WITH YOUR CHILDREN, AND BECOME THE AMAZING PARENT YOU WERE ALWAYS MEANT TO BE! The Life S.A.V.E.R.S., the principles, and the skills you''ll find in this book will help you to be present in every moment, and to care for yourself and your family in a remarkable new way. -Learn why mornings matter more than you think -Learn how to master your own self-leadership and personal growth -Learn how to manage your energy-physical, mental, and emotional -And learn the exceptional skills of being a parent-Purposefulness, Playfulness, and Perspective You''re already a good parent. Now learn to be an exceptional parent-the parent your kids deserve, and who you were always meant to be. The Miracle Morning for Parents & Families is your key to building a deep and satisfying relationship with your children-one that will shape their lives and yours in amazing ways. TAKE THE NEXT STEP: CLICK ''BUY NOW'' AT THE TOP OF THIS PAGE! And start giving your family your very best, right now.

The Brainy Bunch

release date: May 06, 2014
The Brainy Bunch
"Two parents share the extraordinary and inspirational story of how they sent six of their ten children to college by the age of twelve--and how any parent can achieve the same amazing success"--

Family Transitions

release date: May 13, 2016
Family Transitions
This volume, the result of the second annual Summer Institute sponsored by the Family Research Consortium, focuses on family transitions--both normative and non-normative. The subject of family transitions has been a central concern of the consortium largely because studies of families in motion help to highlight mechanisms leading to adaptation and dysfunction. This text represents a collective effort to understand the techniques individuals and families employ to adapt to the pressing issues they encounter along their life course.

Family Whispering

release date: Feb 18, 2014
Family Whispering
The creators of the best-selling Baby Whisperer series offer advice to parents on how to build a strong and loving family, drawing on true examples while providing strategic exercises to explain how small household bonds can be expanded into a larger family dynamic.

Family Meeting Handbook

release date: Apr 22, 2016
Family Meeting Handbook
The Family Meeting Handbook; is a step-by-step guide for parents on how to hold Family Meetings that: prevent problems keep parents up to date give children a say build the family unit improve communication plan fun activities When Family Meetings are recommended to parents, there is often little guidance. Parents have questions. The Family Meetings Handbook''s easy question-and-answer format helps parents conduct meetings that build relationships and communication at the same time. For an easy reference book with stories, examples, tips and much more, use the Family Meetings Handbook."

Mindful Parenting

release date: Jan 07, 2014
Mindful Parenting
An expert in child, family and school psychology and the founder of Mindful Life presents a revolutionary approach to parenting that, rooted in the science of the brain and integrating cognitive neuroscience and child development, helps children feel happier, healthier, less anxious and less stressed. Original.

21 Days to a Happier Family

release date: Feb 01, 2016
21 Days to a Happier Family
21 DAYS TO A HAPPIER FAMILY gives parents scientifically proven suggestions for making their family happier than ever, starting today! ''Parenthood can be a jungle, but Justin''s advice and simple strategies will help you find that path back to sanity, stability and smiling kids.'' - Lisa Wilkinson Everyone wants their family to be happy, but so much gets in the way - work stress, commitments and our children''s challenging behaviour are some of the usual suspects. Less obvious obstacles are our own habits and expectations, a reactive parenting style, and even a lack of clarity about what makes a family truly happy. As a result, families often seem fragmented, stressed and out of control. Kidspot parenting expert Justin Coulson knows how to make families happier. In this book, he combines cutting-edge insights from positive psychology with classic psychological research to help parents identify and develop habits that will strengthen their family. In his trademark warm and empathic style Justin covers topics like developing your parenting style, getting relationships right and how that leads to effective discipline, using mindfulness in parenting, being emotionally available to your children - and so much more. ''Justin Coulson''s compassionate and helpful advice helps me unravel my many parenting dilemmas'' - Jessica Rowe

Raising Healthy Families in Unhealthy Times

release date: Jan 01, 2014
Raising Healthy Families in Unhealthy Times
This practical and easy-to-follow guide to raising a healthy family offers advice and support from a mum of three and includes information on wellness and nutrition for growing children.

Parenting Your Adopted Teenager

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release date: Jan 01, 2020

Parenting Your Adopted Preschooler

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release date: Jan 01, 2020

Kind, firm, calm

release date: Jan 01, 2020

Engaged

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release date: Jul 01, 2019
Engaged
Wherever you are in your family engagement journey, the values, research, testimonials, and perspectives collected here can provide invaluable guidance and inspiration as you continue to dig deep into engaging every family. You''ll find examples of successes and challenges from families and educators, as well as reflection questions to support your own journey in evaluating and developing new strategies. This Parents as Teachers publication provides a framework for staff and administration in home-visiting, early care and education, and schools to examine and build family engagement initiatives based on 10 foundational values that drive authentic partnership.

Examining Mechanisms Underlying the Effect of Family Disruption in Childhood on Parenting Provided to Offspring in Adulthood

release date: Jan 01, 2019
Examining Mechanisms Underlying the Effect of Family Disruption in Childhood on Parenting Provided to Offspring in Adulthood
Family disruption, or the separation of children from caregivers, has been well-established in prior literature as a risk factor for child maladjustment; however, little is known about how family disruption impacts youth into adulthood, particularly how it influences children''s later parenting of their own offspring. The present study examined whether cumulative family disruption (i.e., parental hospitalization, death, incarceration, divorce) in childhood exerts effects on children''s parenting of their own offspring in adulthood, beyond other demographic characteristics and risk factors. Further, several potential mechanisms were hypothesized to underlie the association between family disruption in the first and second generation (G1-G2) family and later parenting provided from second-generation (G2) adults to third-generation (G3) children. Mediators included conflict and disorganization in the G1-G2 family and dysregulation in the G2 child. Participants (N = 236 in models that included multiple G2 siblings; N = 110 in models without siblings) were drawn from a larger sample of at-risk (i.e., alcoholic) and comparison families followed longitudinally for over 30 years and across three generations. Four mediation models were estimated to examine effects of two separate G1-G2 family disruption components (deviance-related and health-related disruption) on parenting of G3, mediated by family conflict, family disorganization, and G2 dysregulation. Results indicated that health-related disruption impairs consistency of parenting provided to G3 offspring through conflict in the G1-G2 family. A direct effect of health-related disruption was also seen on parental monitoring. There were no direct or mediated effects of deviance-related disruption on parenting. Implications and future directions will be discussed.
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