We recently added titles that discuss parenting from c-section to college years. We also have added a couple of books about grandparenting. If your New Year’s resolution was to be a better parent, check out our parents corner. Or just enhance your already awesome parenting skills by checking out our Tranquility Parenting or Expecting Mindfully. Find some new parenting tips to beat the winter blues.
Alongside their personal stories, the writers–decorated novelists, poets, and essayists–address the history of the C-section as well as its risks, social inequities, impact on the body, and psychological aftermath. My Caesarean is a heartfelt meditation, offering much-needed comfort through shared experience. –Publisher.
This updated third edition offers parenting advice to families affected by ADHD. Contents: Please note — A note on gender — Introduction — Chapter 1. What is ADHD? — Chapter 2. Does my child have ADHD? Evaluation and diagnosis — Chapter 3. What should we do? Treatment options — Chapter 4. The role of medications — Chapter 5. Managing ADHD at home — Chapter 6. Parent training in behavior management: parenting techniques that work — Chapter 7. Your child at school — Chapter 8. Advocating for your child and others — Chapter 9. When is it not just ADHD: identifying coexisting conditions — Chapter 10. Complementary and alternative treatments for ADHD — Chapter 11. ADHD in adolescence — Chapter 12. A look at your child’s future — Index.
The psychological techniques developed by ancient Stoics have recently been rediscovered, and Stoicism is enjoying a renaissance among people from all walks of life who are looking for fulfuilment and tranquility. This book describes how Brittany Polat found modern Stoicism and what it can offer stressed-out parents in the twenty-first century.
Offers essential lessons for raising, educating, and managing people to their highest potential, focusing on a method called TRICK: trust, respect, independence, collaboration, and kindness.
Parents learn how to use the middle school years as a low-stakes training ground to teach kids the key skills they’ll need to thrive now and in the future, including making good friend choices, negotiating conflict, regulating their own emotions, be their own advocates, and more.
A guide for parents of college-bound students that cites the emergence of mood disorders and other mental-health challenges in mid to late adolescence. Shares counsel on typical versus atypical mental health and what behaviors necessitate intervention.