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Permission To Parent

Author : Robin Berman, MD
ISBN : 9780062277312
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 33.56 MB
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After being bombarded by parenting fad after parenting fad, moms and dads finally have a friendly, commonsense guide to raising thriving children. Today, many parents have rejected the dictatorships they resented from their own childhoods. But they overcorrected by turning into child-pleasers. Showering praise and letting kids rule the roost has actually eroded the very self-esteem parents are trying to create. Using her clinical experience, psychiatrist Robin Berman shows parents how they can take charge while building a loving family with deep connections. How children learn love and respect at home becomes the template for how they show love and respect in life. It’s a huge task, but Dr. Berman is your ally every step of the way. Every parent’s struggles are reflected (many of them comically), but so are heartwarming triumphs. Parents, teachers and children themselves recount turning points at which they figured out what great parenting looked like and the magic it unlocked. This engaging book—a perfect mix of medical research and inspirational anecdotes—just might be the key to being the parent you want to be and the parent your children need.
Category: Family & Relationships

Permission To Parent

Author : Timeka Richardson
ISBN : 1086913280
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You've certainly heard the old adage, "Kids don't come with an instruction manual, right? Well, Timeka Richardson disagrees. In fact, there is an instruction manual that will guide you through every stage of parenting. It's called The Bible. Timeka explains in her book, Permission to Parent, raising respectful, productive, caring, and Godly adults is not only possible, it is our responsibility as parents. Using stories and experiences from her own journey raising her 3 children, Timeka shares the knowledge she's gained as a mother to help you step into your rightful place as the authority in your children's life. She reminds us that we have been given Permission to Parent from God the Father, and it is both our duty and honor to have been entrusted with molding the lives of future generations.

Parent To Parent

Author : Ann Boushey
ISBN : 9781843107743
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 30.65 MB
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After her son Jon was diagnosed with autism, Ann Boushey soon learned that, for her, knowledge was the key to peace. Written from her own experience, this inspiring book provides the information that will empower parents who find themselves in her situation, and inspire them in their quest for the right diagnosis and the right help for their child.
Category: Family & Relationships

Youth Worker S Guide To Parent Ministry

Author : Marv Penner
ISBN : 0310242169
Genre : Religion
File Size : 27.61 MB
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The Kids in Your Youth Group Are Not Isolated Beings... Ministry to Youth Means Ministry to the Families! Churches are hiring Youth and Family Pastors, finally, in an overdue ministry focus. A critical component of a family-based or family-friendly youth ministry is a conscious strategy for ministry to the parents of adolescents. Expectations and opportunities in the area of parent and family ministry have increased dramatically. Youth Worker's Guide to Parent Ministry develops a model of parent ministry based on the belief that for a youth worker to be truly effective, it is important to lay careful relational groundwork to ensure that the right to be heard has been earned. Dr. Marv Penner, respected adolescent researcher, youth pastor, and family counselor, presents nine evolving levels of parent ministry-each one strengthening the credibility of the youth worker and opening doors to deeper and more meaningful parent support. Each of the nine levels is supported with a number of practical ideas and strategies for implementation. Youth Worker's Guide to Parent Ministry provides both a theoretical framework and the tools for implementation in local-church or para-church settings. Marv constructs his effective plan in a "Paradigm Pyramid"--rationale and practical hands-on programming ideas at each of the nine evolving levels of parent ministry: Acknowledgement Affirmation Information Encouragement Connecting Equipping Involvement Educating Co-nurturing Bible-based, time-tested, innovative, experiential, adoptable! Youth Worker's Guide to Parent Ministry is a foundational text in this vital area of youth ministry! Featured are sessions, sidebars, Web links, application points, contests and games, sample newsletter ideas, funky cartoons, and many worksheets (all downloadable and adaptable)!
Category: Religion

Parent To Parent

Author : B. Janine Fulla
ISBN : 9781525511189
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 66.75 MB
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Planned Parenthood isn’t just about planning the right time in your life to have a child. It’s also about making choices regarding how you want to raise your child by understanding yourself, discovering your own coaching abilities, and developing a conscious map that allows for a few side excursions along the way. It’s about opening the drapes and letting the light in, taking deep breaths, and embracing all the sweet, inconvenient, laughable, stressful, playful ups and downs of this great adventure. At its heart, this book is a personal journey of raising children to be empowered, authentic and confident in themselves. It is about helping the parent engage in effective communication, teaching skills such as, leading your children to be responsible for their choices and actions and teaching them to trust their own intuitive signals along with, insights on breaking old parenting patterns. Parenting has changed dramatically since you were raised, and by the time you raise your children, it will dramatically change again. This is known as the Highway of Life and as such, there are times you will find the process... slow. Other times you will find the ride is going way too fast, and just want to put your foot on the brakes. Every child is different, every child has challenges they will test you with, and every experience can be the most profound moments of your life. This book is for parents of children of all ages, including grandparents, caregivers, teachers, coaches, babysitters – anyone who interacts with growing children, in any setting. They say it takes a village to raise a child. This book is for the village.
Category: Family & Relationships

The Parent To Parent Handbook

Author : Betsy Santelli
ISBN : CORNELL:31924085799306
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 27.50 MB
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In this comprehensive book, you'll learn how to develop and maintain a strong local Parent to Parent program that individually matches "veteran" supporting parents with those who are new to the challenges of caring for a child with a disability.
Category: Family & Relationships

The Whole Pregnancy Handbook

Author : Joel Evans
ISBN : 1440623422
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 20.71 MB
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At last, everything you need to know about the latest in alternative and conventional healthcare before, during, and after pregnancy—in one comprehensive, jargon-free guide.Whether you embrace the philosophy that mind, body, and spirit work together to promote good health or you’re just looking for a way to have the healthiest, most comfortable pregnancy possible, The Whole Pregnancy Handbook has the information you need to make educated decisions and take charge of your prenatal care. The Whole Pregnancy Handbook features Complementary treatments and techniques to improve your pre-conception health and fertility, such as nutritional medicine, mind-body medicine, acupuncture and herbal medicine Comprehensive and compassionate information about genetic and prenatal testing Techniques such as massage, accupressure, herbal medicine, and mind-body exercises to help you relax and feel more comfortable as your pregnancy progresses A fully illustrated chapter on prenatal yoga with pose variations for all three trimesters. How your pregnancy unfolds month by month and how you can connect with your baby while you’re expecting The best practices of doulas and midwives The pros and cons of giving birth in a hospital, birthing center, or at home Effective pain management for your labor—from epidurals to hypnotherapy Everything you need to know about inductions, assisted deliveries, and C-sections What happens postpartum—physically and emotionally Candid recollections and insights from other moms and patient stories from Dr. Evans’s practice, The Center for Women’s Health The Whole Pregnancy Handbook is an informative and reassuring guide that will empower you to combine the best of conventional and alternative medicine with confidence at every stage of pregnancy. On the web:
Category: Health & Fitness

Laying Down The Law

Author : Ruth Peters
ISBN : 9781623362881
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 90.49 MB
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Laying Down the Law presents 25 no-nonsense rules that teach your kids values and discipline from the inside out NBC Today show expert Dr. Ruth Peters shares her best and newest advice for helping families restore order and keep the peace with proven, painless methods that once and for all get your children to: Understand and follow your family's values Do their work when and how YOU want it done-- without whining Follow your rules, even when their friends don't Develop compassion and empathy Now, you'll know: When snooping in their rooms is okay-- and how to do it When making peace is the WORST thing you can do The 5 questions you must ask your teenager every time he leaves the house Why your kids should earn their privileges-- and how to get them to
Category: Family & Relationships

Supervision In Education

Author : Bernadette Marczely
ISBN : 9781461654346
Genre : Education
File Size : 50.15 MB
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Now there is a text that provides students with a comprehensive blueprint for supervisory practice in the field of education. In Supervision in Education Bernadette Marczely draws on her expertise in both law and education to fully explain different methods of supervision and to carefully identify the legal issues that drive each approach. The book presents the information future educational administrators need to know, plus it offers helpful pointers on what they need to do. Students will learn: _ How to understand the distinction between evaluation and supervision. _ How to personalize supervision to address unique professional needs. _ Why legally effective evaluation requires evidence of preliminary supervision. _ Why teachers, administrators, certified, and noncertified staff all merit thoughtful supervision. _ What legal and management implications to anticipate from different methods of supervision. _ Job descriptions, tables for differentiated supervision, case citations, and supervisory forms and procedures reinforce the text and help students apply the material in their future practice. Receive a free Instructor's Manual (0-8342-1910-7) when you order 10 or more books.
Category: Education