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21st Century Parenting

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ABOUT THE BOOK The social environment, marriage, divorce, gender issues, economic status, religion, education and a host of other variables continue to affect families and parenting in the 21st Century. On one hand, bad parenting gets the blame for the majority of the problems in the society today. One another, society’s support to parents with raising children continues to reduce. There is a need to establish standards for parenting. Individuals who are unable to handle the responsibilities of their own lives end up becoming incompetent parents. Raising a child is clearly beyond performing a set of functions. It is a process of interdependent relationships that seek to influence a child’s mindset and behaviour, instill moral values, build self-confidence and develop competence in the child. Parent education and training are significant steps towards dealing effectively with the ever-increasing pressures that are part of the parenting journey. 21ST CENTURY PARENTING will enable you to: • Strengthen your value system as a parent. • Develop a family plan for effective parenting. • Acquire the parenting skills relevant in today’s society. • Groom your child for greatness. Reading this book will get you well on your way to becoming the best parent you could be.
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The Visionary Parent

Author : Apurva Tare Yadwadkar
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Genre : Family & Relationships
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The Visionary Parent: A practical guide to unfold your hurtful legacies and empower your relationship with your child is the quintessential guide to fostering a healthy relationship with your child and learning how to communicate effectively with them. Inside, you’ll find tips, tools, and techniques to help you: • Eliminate negativity • Respond healthily to stressful parenting moments • Unpack and come to terms with your emotions • Become a positive influence in your home • Make meaningful decisions that won’t negatively impact your family • Understand your child’s psychology • And so much more! If you ever feel overwhelmed, unprepared, unsure of how to proceed, or like you’re spiraling out of control, this book provides a healthy, sensible, easy to implement a plan to help you gain control and create a less stressful environment that fosters healthy conversations, positive growth, and a happy home.
Category: Family & Relationships

The Skeptical Visionary

Author : Seymour Bernard Sarason
ISBN : 1566399807
Genre : Education
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Seymour Sarason, in the words of Carl Glickman, is "one of America's seminal thinkers about public education." For over four decades his has been a voice of much-needed skepticism about our plans for school reform, teacher training, and educational psychology. Now, for the first time, Sarason's essential writings on these and other issues are collected together, offering student and researcher alike with the range, depth, and originality of Sarason's contributions to American thinking on schooling. As we go from debate to debate on issues such as school choice, charter schools, inclusive education, national standards, and other problems that seem to drag on without solution, Sarason's critical stance on the folly of many of our attempts to fix schools has always had at the center a concern for the main players in our educational institutions: the students, the teachers and the parents. Any plans that cannot account for their well-being are doomed to failure. And in the face of such failure, the clarity of Sarason's vision for real educational success is a much-needed antidote to much of the rhetoric that currently passes for substantial debate. A wide-ranging and comprehensive selection of Sarason's most significant writings,The Skeptical Visionaryshould find a prized space on any student's or teacher's bookshelf. Author note:Robert Friedis Associate Professor in the School of Education at Northeastern University, and is the author ofThe Passionate Teacher: A Practical GuideandThe Passionate Learner: How Teachers and Parents Can Help Children Reclaim the Joy of Discovery.Seymour Sarasonis Professor Emeritus in the Department of Psychology at Yale University. He is the author of over forty books and is considered to be one of the most significant researchers in education and educational psychology in the country.
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Parenting The Millennial Generation

Author : David Allan Verhaagen
ISBN : 0275984745
Genre : FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS
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Presents research-backed methods for parenting children born between 1982 and 2000, a huge, upbeat generation dubbed the Millennials.
Category: FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS

The Three P S Of Parenting

Author : Jennifer L. Jones
ISBN : 9781424333134
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Children do not come with operating instructions, but if they did, The Three Ps of Parenting would probably be it. Using lessons from her popular parenting seminar series in New York City, learning specialist and consultant Jennifer Jones, Ph.D., takes parents inside the minds and lives of children to reveal the three types of behavioral signals that all children send and few parents recognize. The perfect handbook for busy parents, The Three Ps demystifies parenting with clear, simple, eye-opening explanations of what motivates children as they move from tot to teen. Misbehavior is not what you think. There is a reason your discipline does not always work, and the cause of your childs difficulties at school will probably surprise you. You will find something here for parenting at every life stage. Take a closer (and revealing) look at timeouts for your toddler. Find direction for your school-age child in Jones innovative responsibility menu, and turn your teen around with life planning. The secret to a happy relationship with your child is right in front of you. Learn to see your child in a new way with this inspirational tool that moves you to action and brings you and your child instantly closer. Jones is the founder and CEO of LearnGarden, Inc. (www.learngarden.com), providing tools and strategies that empower parents to solve problems associated with the learning and behavior of their children, while strengthening the parent-child bond.
Category: Family & Relationships

House Of The Sun

Author : Patty Bear
ISBN : 0997573538
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Parenting is a calling of the highest order. A humble job, it's also the most honorable and important work in life. Yet you are given so little training to become the kind of parent you long to be. Frazzled by the dizzying changes of today's complex world, bombarded by countless "shoulds," and torn between the experts and your heart's knowing, you watch your best intentions get overrun. What's more, you are expected to simply be a good parent, regardless of the quality of parenting you received. House of the Sun takes a fresh approach. It suggests that deep within you is a well of natural wisdom that's the key to being a superb parent for your child. Gently, you come to understand why you sometimes parent in ways you wish you didn't--and how to shift, whether your children are four or forty. Guided by a metaphor from Nature, you'll discover the best in you so that you can bring out the best in your child by:* inviting your natural wisdom to bloom* building your parenting skills no matter your history* applying timeless guidance to every age and stage* calling on a memorable framework even when life is stressfulWhether you long to reverse dysfunctional family patterns or merely refine your current parenting style, House of the Sun is a companion and guide to nurturing the well-being of each person in the family, as well as for the development of the "Unique Gift" your child has brought to bless the world.
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Parenting At Its Best

Author : Fred Hartley
ISBN : 0800758455
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Outlines an approach to parenting designed to address three specific child needs--acceptance, affection, and affirmation--in a guide that enables parents to get to the core of a given situation without wasting unnecessary effort. Original.
Category: Family & Relationships

Healing Family Relationships

Author : Rob Rienow
ISBN : 9781493424900
Genre : Religion
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Every family is hurting, and the wounds that come from our relatives can be deeper than all others. Conflict within a family can range from daily frictions and annoyances to rage and hatred and eventually estrangement. We want things to be different but have no idea where to start. After 25 years of ministering to families, Rob Rienow believes reconciliation is at the heart of the gospel--reconciliation with God and one another. You will come away with specific steps you can take in your relationships with your family members to pursue peace and healing in your homes. Each chapter includes key biblical examples as well as present-day stories of families who have experienced God's help and healing--including the author's own miraculous healing of his relationship with his father. Our families can bring out the best, as well as the worst, in all of us. May this book guide you in making your home and family a blessing in a broken world.
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The Visionary Leader

Author : Joseph M. Champlin
ISBN : 0824512359
Genre : Psychology
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The Visionary Leader shows how anyone can become a better leader by learning the 12 essential leadership traits: vision, affirmation, self-esteem, courage, priorities, empowerment, reading and reflection, scientific sensitivity, listening, correcting and evaluating, excellence, and service.
Category: Psychology

Real Drugs In A Virtual World

Author : Edward Murguía
ISBN : STANFORD:36105123210291
Genre : Self-Help
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Many assume that the Internet introduces youth and young adults to dangerous information and substances while others contend that open and free access to accurate drug use information is critical to reducing dangerous behaviors. The primary goal of this book is to take the debate about drug use and the Internet from polemic discourse to social scientific investigation. Our work highlights the variety of ways to examine drug use as a social problem, and several theoretical perspectives valuable for online research.
Category: Self-Help

Never Too Late

Author : Rob Rienow
ISBN : 9780825445170
Genre : Religion
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"I have no greater joy than to hear that my children are walking in the truth."--3 John 4 Never Too Late is full of practical and biblical wisdom to guide parents trying to reach their adult children for Christ. The four biblical principles outlined in this time-tested resource have been honed at the popular Never Too Late conferences organized by Visionary Family Ministries. Most importantly, this book has been an encouragement for parents desperately wanting their children to have deep faith and a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Writing with compassion and honesty, pastor Rob Rienow shares a powerful message of hope: it's never too late to point an adult child's heart toward God. "Parents, grandparents, and great-grandparents will find practical help in this book to build closer relationships with their children. . . . Rob reminds us we . . . must hold fast to the goal of our children placing their full faith and trust in Christ. . . . You will richly benefit from reading this book." --John White, Wheaton Bible Church "Rob Rienow has done an incredible job of capturing the burden that so many parents feel for their adult children. . . . Never Too Late brings you hope even in the midst of painful times." --Jim Burns, author of Confident Parenting.
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Parenting By Men Who Batter

Author : Jeffrey L. Edleson
ISBN : 9780195309034
Genre : Family & Relationships
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What is the best way to work with fathers who have a history of abusive behavior? This question is among the thorniest that social service and criminal justice professionals must deal with in their careers, and in this essential new work Jeffrey L. Edleson, Oliver J. Williams, and a group of international colleagues examine the host of equally difficult issues that surround it.Beginning with the voices of mothers and fathers who speak about men's contact with and parenting of their children, the authors then examine court and mental health services perspectives on how much involvement violent men should have in their children's lives. The second half of the book showcases programs such as the Boston-based Fathering After Violence initiative and the Caring Dads program in Canada, which introduce non-abusive parenting concepts and skills to batterers and have developed useful guidelines for intervention with these fathers.Visionary but also practical, Parenting by Men Who Batter distills the most relevant policy issues, research findings, and practice considerations for those who coordinate batterer programs or work with families, the courts, and the child welfare system. It guides professionals in understanding men who batter, assessing their parenting skills, making decisions about custody and visitation, and modeling treatment programs that engage fathers in their children's lives while maximizing safety.
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How To Help Your Kids Choose To Be Tobacco Free

Author : Robert Schwebel
ISBN : CORNELL:31924073881280
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Advocates teaching children at an early age the dangers of tobacco and suggests ways to present the evils of smoking in an age-appropriate manner
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Parenting Dad Or Mom

Author : Lance D. Shaw
ISBN : 9781469114828
Genre : Family & Relationships
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I asked for and gained initial physical custody when my marriage ended in late 1981. The kids (Kim-age 3 , Lance-nearly age 5) and I invented a series of creative growth games which helped us focus on our values, philosophies, and have fun all the while overcoming challenges in a complex world of tremendous change. Every day started and ended with joy and thanksgiving. I wouldnt trade it for anything! For over 20 years, I have shared the fun, laughs, possible benefits & results of our lessons and techniques with audiences. I have shared the essence of my parenting lessons, which I adapted from my professional managerial and technical experiences, as an adjunct faculty member of the University of Phoenix (Sacramento Valley Campus System) where I was twice awarded the distinction as Outstanding Faculty in Business Administration. I have conducted management training sessions for GE, where I was recognized as earning the highest instructor evaluation in a 3-year period. I recently conducted training for physician chiefs at a large hospital. I shared a game invented by daughter Kim at age 6 (the Wishing Well Game) with over 100 dads and their kids at the Second Annual Fathers Spring Festival at Las Lomitas School, Atherton, California. I have contributed in several industries (mostly high technology) from very large Fortune 500sGE (3 Divisions), FMC (2 Divisions), IBM, Motorola, Applied Materials, and Tandem Computers (which is now part of HP). I have earned degrees: BS Electrical Engineering, and Masters of Business Administration. [email protected]
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Parenting Girls On The Autism Spectrum

Author : Eileen Riley-Hall
ISBN : 9781849058933
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Riley-Hall is the mother of two teenage girls, one with Asperger's syndrome and the other with autism. She offers encouragement and guidance on issues, as well as practical advice and support.
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The Doll Lady

Author : H. Elizabeth Collins
ISBN : 0935699244
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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A young mother gives her daughter a doll and tells of the dollmaker who used her work to teach children to love others and respect their uniqueness.
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Parenting Teens

Author : Bruce Narramore
ISBN : 0842350128
Genre : House & Home
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A practical guide for helping parents and children through the dependent-independent struggles of children growing up and moving out on their own.
Category: House & Home

Financial Parenting

Author : Larry Burkett
ISBN : 0802430856
Genre : Religion
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With chapters on stewardship, giving, borrowing and lending, saving and budgeting, this resource includes lots of activities and interactive questions with each chapter. Perfect for children ages 5 and up.
Category: Religion