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The Gift Of Sleep

Author : Bolton Hall
Genre : Sleep
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Category: Sleep

The Gift Of Sleep

Author : Elizabeth Sloane
ISBN : 1760296783
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With almost every family struggling to get their babies to sleep through the night, there is a clear need for a book that specifically focuses on achieving just that. The Gift of Sleep is purely about getting your baby to sleep all night, every night. The background: Four years ago journalist Mia Freedman hired Elizabeth Sloane to come to her house and teach her baby to sleep. Three days later Mia had a baby that was sleeping through the night. She was so impressed by Elizabeth's plan that she asked whether she could turn it into an ebook. To date, more than 18,000 people have bought the ebook, and Elizabeth has helped countless parents establish healthy, lasting sleep patterns for their babies. With a gentle, loving and soothing nature, Elizabeth's methods are credited with breaking cycles of sleeplessness, emotional exhaustion and frustration for babies and their parents--a truly life-changing experience. Her program offers a calm, committed and consistent approach to all families in need of the Gift of Sleep.

The Gift Of Sleep

Author : Simeon Dumdum
ISBN : 9711000121
Genre : Philippines
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Babywise Schlaf Gut Mein Kleiner Schatz

Author : Gary Ezzo
ISBN : 9783961220465
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 77.7 MB
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Wie bekomme ich ein zufriedenes Baby, das nachts durchschläft? Wie schaffe ich es, als Mutter oder Vater nicht ständig erschöpft zu sein? Spätestens, wenn Eltern vollkommen übermüdet sind und das Gefühl haben, auch das Baby kommt nicht wirklich zur Ruhe, sind sie auf der Suche nach Rat. Und diesen Rat finden sie in der komplett überarbeiteten und aktualisierten Version dieses Bestsellers. Hier erhalten Eltern Anregungen, wie man einen guten Rhythmus zwischen Füttern und Schlafen etabliert. Sie bekommen Tipps zum Umgang mit Wachstumsschüben und den damit verbundenen Änderungen im Nahrungsbedürfnis des Kindes. Ferner erhalten Eltern ganz praktische Hilfen, um auf die sich ändernden Schlafbedürfnisse ihres Kindes besser eingehen zu können. Auch wird gezeigt, wie sie einen Tagesablauf strukturieren können, sodass Baby und Eltern zu einem entspannten Miteinander finden.
Category: Health & Fitness

The Gift Of A Good Night S Sleep

Author : Melissa Gay Jones
ISBN : 1364217570
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This book provides a perfect gift for expectant parents with easy-to-follow advice to help a newborn sleep through the night. A good portion of the guidance involves home preparations before a baby arrives. After a baby arrives, it assists parents give the gift of sleep with one hundred day pages to record vital information. The book also offers one hundred diary pages to keep cherished thoughts during this tender time with a new bundle of joy. A perpetual gift, of sweet memories, for parents and for baby, too.

Verdammte Schei E Schlaf Ein

Author : Adam Mansbach
ISBN : 9783832185893
Genre : Humor
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Wer Kinder hat, weiß, dass Kuscheltiere und eine Gute-Nacht-Geschichte nicht immer helfen. Allzu oft bleibt ›Schlaf, Kindchen, schlaf‹ ein frommer Wunsch. Dann hockt man auf der Bettkante und könnte – bei aller Liebe – heulen vor Wut. ›Verdammte Scheiße, schlaf ein!‹ zeigt die ungeschminkte Wahrheit und ist dabei so komisch, dass man sich die Verzweiflung von der Seele lacht. »Muss noch immer lachen und weinen – ein scheißgutes Buch.« Julia Franck
Category: Humor

The Gift Of Spirit

Author : Prentice Mulford
ISBN : 9781602061217
Genre : Philosophy
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Prentice Mulford was once described as a thinking man, not a reading man. His insights into the mysteries surrounding humanity derived from firsthand thought and experience, not from books. On such age-old topics as reincarnation, the power of thought, the mystery of sleep, the value of prayer, and the occult (all found in this collection), Mulford's attempts to understand our transcendental nature were intuitive and sympathetic, not ordered and logical. This very human quality, along with an unrelenting optimism and faith in man's goodness, lend a freshness and vitality to his work that transcend era. This is self-help for the soul, mind, and body. American author PRENTICE MULFORD (1834-1891) is one of the oddest fixtures of 19th-century literature. After moving for years in the literary and Bohemian sets of San Francisco in the 1860s as a writer of humorous short stories, he lived as a hermit in New Jersey, where he wrote the books of modern spirituality that made him a pioneer of modern self-help philosophies, including Thoughts Are Things and The God in You.
Category: Philosophy

On Becoming Babywise

Author : Robert Bucknam
ISBN : 1932740171
Genre : Infants
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Teaches parents about synchronized feedings so their baby will establish cycles for wake time and nighttime, giving both parent and child the rest they need.
Category: Infants

Warrior Rest 2nd Edition

Author : John Mabus
ISBN : 1484923731
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Over the last years of our country's war efforts, one of the struggles of our warriors and their families is getting refreshing rest and sleep. There are many factors that contribute to this reality. Wartime training, operational schedules, traumatic experiences, family life stress, sleeping environments, and even diet can impact a warrior's ability to connect with their Creator's gift of rest and sleep. While military agencies have connected with many in the medical and psychological field to address this problem, I was certain that the Scriptures could also be a resource for warriors' rest. One of the most influential warriors of the biblical tradition is King David. In the Book of Psalms, many of his reflections can be found on his combat and political experiences. As I have studied these with the theme of sleep and rest in mind, I have noticed key themes of rest that David wrestled with in the Psalms. Over the course of David's life, he faced various situations that brought on considerable levels of danger, stress, anxiety, and uncertainty. It was in these times that David learned to rest in a relationship with his God. My prayer is that the reflections found in this short book would encourage warriors and their families toward a relationship with God that follows in the footsteps of David. The book is divided into four chapters that follow a gradual development from night's distress, to perspective, onto praise and into hope for a new morning. While there are several other Psalms not written by David that address rest and sleep, I have selected the Psalms of this ancient warrior-king because of his correlating experiences with our contemporary warriors.