Tag: parenting

Best practices in Toddler Discipline from 1 to 5 without tantrums: Effective Strategies for Developing and Helping your Child

Best practices in Toddler Discipline from 1 to 5 without tantrums: Effective Strategies for Developing and Helping your Child

| July 10, 2019

Best practices in Toddler Discipline from 1 to 5 Do you know your unique toddlers? This is about them: screams, stomping feet, tears, protests, unwillingness to listen and cooperate… or you just don’t feel your kids? If you want to raise a happiest and respectful child, and do no harm –  this is the best […]

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Two Dads and Three Girls

Two Dads and Three Girls

| May 31, 2019

One hundred percent made in China, Nick (Yu) grew up in an environment where being gay was not an option. The expectation from his parents and pressure from the society molded him into the “best student” and “best employee.” He made his family proud. But deep inside, he knew that something was missing, and he […]

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Understanding Bobby’s Autism Diagnosis

Understanding Bobby’s Autism Diagnosis

| April 2, 2019

A brief, easy to understand, straightforward summary of the key features of an Autism diagosis      Suitable for younger readers as well as adults who are looking to further their understanding of ASD           An Autism diagnosis  may be challenging to understand, both for professionals as well as caregivers.         […]

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Raised Smart: From a Father’s point of view

Raised Smart: From a Father’s point of view

| March 3, 2019

Learn:Dalton Smith’s style and methods he used to raise a smart daughter. Raised Smart is for fathers or anyone who wants to raise a smart daughter.Read it now and start to implement the methods today! Fatherhood is older than humanity itself,somehow it still manages to be complicated.It can be even more daunting when you’re a […]

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5 Powerful Ways to Show Love

5 Powerful Ways to Show Love

| August 3, 2018

Need more power in your life? Add more power to your life by learning to love your neighbor. Wouldn’t life be better if we all focused on loving God and people? (Matthew 22:37-40) Looking around at the way humans are treating each other, it seems that we need a refresher course on how to do […]

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Love and Other Hazards

Love and Other Hazards

| April 12, 2018

Love and Other Hazards is a novel about urban singles stumbling toward fulfillment in an odyssey of sex, love, and parenting. Glenda Fieldston is at the Metropolitan Museum of Art with her seven-year-old daughter, Astrid, when Eugene Lerman comes walking by with his eight-year-old daughter, Meredith, a schoolmate of Astrid’s. The families spot each other, […]

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Adulting 101: How to Get Your Sh*t Straight so You Can Succeed

Adulting 101: How to Get Your Sh*t Straight so You Can Succeed

| April 8, 2018

A self-help book for those who wouldn’t read a self-help book. This book goes down the back alleys of self-help that most writers tend to avoid and makes you confront the scary monsters that live there. With in-your-face writing that verbally slaps you around a bit, Adulting 101 pulls no punches, makes no apologies and […]

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Remote Access

Remote Access

| November 12, 2017

A riveting, raw and poignant story that unravels the mystery of life in all its glory, wonder and connection. Lush, evocative and deeply humane is the true story of a mothers’ undying love and prayers to save her son. Jim was on a missionary trip but the campsite was situated at a remote location. What should’ve […]

Oh God! What Have We Done? Misadventures, Bras and Mostly Bad Ideas

Oh God! What Have We Done? Misadventures, Bras and Mostly Bad Ideas

| September 18, 2017

Because Parks and Routh are the authors and I don’t think authors should do their own blurbs, I, Claire—whom this book is practically about—will be doing this blurb-y thing. So, ASKEW! I thought it meant something else when my mom said it, like a skewer, with marshmallows and stuff. Or a sneeze blessing…I’m getting off-topic. […]

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The Busy Parent’s Guide to Food

The Busy Parent’s Guide to Food

| April 29, 2017

We all want to eat healthy. We want to cook at home. We want to eat together as a family at the dinner table. But let’s be honest, parents are busy and these are challenging goals to accomplish. This book is meant to move the needle from, “bad diet” to “better diet”, but don’t let […]

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