Download Ask An Expert Answers Every Parent Needs To Know ebook PDF or Read Online books in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to ASK AN EXPERT ANSWERS EVERY PARENT NEEDS TO KNOW book pdf for free now.

Ask A Parenting Expert

Author : Claire Halsey
ISBN : 9781405346641
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 33.36 MB
Format : PDF, Kindle
Download : 519
Read : 1276

Find the answers to all your questions on raising children from 0-16 with expert tips and problem-solving strategies. When it comes to understanding children's behaviour and helping them grow into happy and confident individuals well-prepared for adult life, it pays to follow the advice and wisdom of Tanya Byron, expert professionals - and parents who know what it's like to raise children. Find out how to tame a toddler tantrum, the right amount of TV time for kids and how to encourage your child's independence. Packed with hundreds of real-life questions, answered with up-to-date information and knowledge, this expert guide covers everything you need to know, from babies to teenagers. It's like having your own parenting expert on call throughout your child's life.
Category: Family & Relationships

Ask An Expert

Author : Claire Halsey
ISBN : 0756651476
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 24.88 MB
Format : PDF, Kindle
Download : 875
Read : 1174

Perfect for parents or caregivers who want to understand why children act the way they do, this guide gives parents access to professional psychological advice and covers everything from basic baby and child development to more complex problems such as Asperger's syndrome. Original.
Category: Family & Relationships

1001 Healthy Baby Answers

Author : Gary Morchower
ISBN : 9781402219740
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 28.2 MB
Format : PDF
Download : 543
Read : 965

1001 Healthy Baby Answers collects the most common questions parents have about a variety of different ailments, along with expert answers detailing everything the parent needs to know.
Category: Health & Fitness

Parents Ask Experts Answer

Author : Tina Nocera
ISBN : 9780876590225
Genre : Education
File Size : 66.70 MB
Format : PDF, Kindle
Download : 874
Read : 196

Parents often assume that other parents have it all figured out, that other parents have all the answers. But, all parents face complex problems that cannot be solved with a one-size-fits all answer. Tina Nocera, founder of Parental Wisdom and author of Parents Ask, Experts Answer, believes that a parent knows his own child best and is the expert on that child. In Parents Ask, Experts Answer, Nocera brings together a panel of thirty-five child-development experts to offer advice on some of the most challenging issues that parents face. By presenting multiple solutions to each issue, parents are empowered to choose a realistic solution that is right for their family.
Category: Education

Divorcing With Children Expert Answers To Tough Questions From Parents And Children

Author : Jessica G. Lippman
ISBN : 9780313087356
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 40.9 MB
Format : PDF, Kindle
Download : 640
Read : 1041

It's a sad reality but one we must face and understand for the children's sake. Each year, hundreds of thousands of parents separate or divorce, and their marital breakdown is most often heartbreaking, mystifying, and painful for their children. The youngsters, regardless of age, may or may not get honest, open explanations. They may or may not understand. Reasons for the breakdown aside, it is a loss for the children, something to grieve. Many parents make it more difficult by putting the children in the middle, or telling them things to alienate them against the other parent. The children learn poor lessons that can last a lifetime and affect their own future relationships. This book is for separated, divorcing, and divorced parents who want to minimize or remove the fallout for the kids. Those just contemplating separation or divorce will find this text of great help in enabling them to be proactive, set a plan to avoid possible problems, and to deal with those that will inevitably surface. Therapists Lippman and Lewis share with us the beneficial experience and positive lessons discovered in their decades working with men, women, and children to navigate divorce and still keep the security, stability, and emotional health of the children intact. Vignettes from and interviews with parents, children, and other therapists are included, and the tragic story of broken marriage is told through letters from mothers, fathers, children, and grandparents, and through the authors' answers to those letters. The responses highlight strong needs and sound approaches, to empower good times and help families face, deal with, then minimize the bad. Topics addressed include when and how to tell the children, moving out, setting schedules and visits, the need for flexibility, handling anger and frustration and assuring it does not get directed at the children, communicating, avoiding secrets, and maintaining relationships with grandparents and other relatives. At the core of this book lies one simple truth: though adult relationships may change, the love for children remains constant. Here, Lippman and Lewis educate us—in mind and heart—about how to best love and nurture our children during what can be one of the deepest losses they will face in their lifetimes.
Category: Family & Relationships

The Top 50 Questions Kids Ask 3rd Through 5th Grade

Author : Susan Bartell
ISBN : 9781402219160
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 80.76 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Docs
Download : 758
Read : 422

Presents a guide to the most common questions kids ask in third through fifth grade, their hidden psychological meanings, and the developmentally appropriate responses that will satisfy both parents and kids.
Category: Family & Relationships

Terrors And Experts

Author : Adam Phillips
ISBN : 0674874803
Genre : Medical
File Size : 69.38 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 746
Read : 810

This book is a chronicle of the all-too-human terror that drives us into the arms of experts, and of how expertise, in the form of psychoanalysis, addresses our fears - in essence, turns our terror into meaning.
Category: Medical

201 Questions To Ask Your Kids

Author : Pepper Schwartz
ISBN : 0380805251
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 23.63 MB
Format : PDF, Kindle
Download : 926
Read : 293

201 Questions to Ask Your Kids Do you have trouble talking to your kids? Does a successful conversation with your child consist of one-word responses or abrupt physical acknowledgments? Does your son or daughter get upset at the most innocent questions? Join the club. Unfortunately, communicating well with kids is something every parent desires but few achieve. We love our children, but talking to them in a meaningful manner isn't always easy. The questions in this book are designed to help. No matter what age or sex your children, no matter how many children you have, no matter how good or bad your current parent/child relationship, this simple "game" will get your family talking more. And when you're talking--really talking about emotions and fears and attitudes--you'll be learning about each other as individuals and growing closer together as a group. An Introduction For Kids Wouldn't it be fun to find out more about what your father or mother was like when he or she was a kid? Or get to tell your parents which of their friends you think looks dorkiest? Wouldn't conversation be more interesting if you and your family traded unexpected questions and answers at dinner rather than just talked about what homework did or didn't get done? There are a lot of great things to talk about that no one ever brings up because we usually think conversation is serious rather than a way of being playful. Of course, conversation should be about serious things some of the time--some of the questions in this book are about very serious topics. But other times, questions should be asked just to create new ways to think about things, look back on our lives, or imagine what life would be like if we could design in any way we wanted. In fact, I wrote this book because I think talking can be terrific fun, and even talking to your parents and brothers or sisters can be a kind of great game. Everyone can get to know each other and laugh a lot--and be amazed from time to time. No one wins or loses, but there is an element of surprise in finding out personal information about parents--and sharing some of your ideas, daydreams, and opinions with them. My idea is to think of some of the world's most interesting questions that parents and kids could talk about and give everyone the chance to pick the ones they'd like to hear about. Each person picks a question to ask and then answers a question when his or her turn comes around. All you have to do is choose from the list under 201 Questions to Ask Your Parents and ask any question you want. Your parents can take as long or as short a time they want to answer. Any you can all discuss the topic if you like. But then they go into their section of the book and ask you questions. Some of them might not be so interesting, but others--like asking you who is the meanest kid you know--might be cool to think about and share with them. They'll learn a lot about what you think are ways kids act nasty! You can wiggle out of any two questions that don't interest you or are embarrassing--but no more than that. It's good if a question makes you squirm a little; that means you either haven't thought about it before, or you have but you haven't wanted to deal with it. But why not try out and answer? Pick a set length of time to play for--and my guess is you'll want to extend it. These questions get addictive! You can play them at the dinner table, or after dinner, or on a car trip, or anytime you feel like hearing what your parents say about something. So, this is a book about how to have intesting and often funny conversations with your family. It's a way to avoid dead, boring silences and fill the time instead with questions and answers that everyone will enjoy thinking about. I know that in my family, it is too easy for us to get stuck talking about praqctical things like who has to be taken where the next day. That isn't particularly fun. It doesn't let me in on what my kides are thinking, and it doesn't help my two teenagers learn things that might help them understand me a little better. An ingenious book that speaks to both parents and their kids. 201 QUESTIONS TO ASK YOUR KIDS/201 QUESTIONS TO ASK YOUR PARENTS is two books in one. Open it from one side, and it provides parents with 201 questions for their children intended to spark discussion, help reveal who their children really are, and help children think about themselves and the world in new and useful ways. Turn it over, and there are 201 questions children can ask back to their parents. Devised as an interactive "game," this is a book that can get any family talking-really talking about facts and fears and attitudes.An ingenious book that speaks to both parents and their kids. 201 QUESTIONS TO ASK YOUR KIDS/201 QUESTIONS TO ASK YOUR PARENTS is two books in one. Open it from one side, and it provides parents with 201 questions for their children intended to spark discussion, help reveal who their children really are, and help children think about themselves and the world in new and useful ways. Turn it over, and there are 201 questions children can ask back to their parents. Devised as an interactive "game," this is a book that can get any family talking-really talking about facts and fears and attitudes.
Category: Family & Relationships

Let S Ask The Rabbi

Author : Raymond Apple
ISBN : 1467892351
Genre : History
File Size : 86.65 MB
Format : PDF
Download : 107
Read : 234

Listed from A to Z, this book looks at a broad range of issues arising out of modern and postmodern human and Jewish experience. Beginning with the first page, readers will want to read more - and ask more.
Category: History