by Ross W. Greene Ph.D.
In Raising Human Beings, the internationally renowned child psychologist and New York Times bestselling author of Lost at School and The Explosive Child explains how to cultivate a better parent-child relationship while also nurturing empathy, honesty, resilience, and independence.
Victoria and Ali narrate their very different journeys of coming to terms with the lack of control that neither mother nor daughter have over NMO, and their efforts to take their fight to a global level. Bringing their story to light with raw emotion, humor, warmth, and refreshing candor, Saving Each Other is the extraordinary journey of a mother and daughter who demonstrate how the power of love can transcend our greatest fears, while at the same time battling to find a cure for the incurable.
Raising independent, confident girls is not easy- society is obsessed with glamorous celebrities who become role models. Princess Syndrome sucks girls into a world where their intelligence is something to be hidden not celebrated. Dr. Jennifer Hartstein offers a unique, comprehensive program that teaches parents how to counteract society’s pressure without forcing girls into a bubble.
Through the journey of their own reinventions, the Mom Secret was discovered: The more satisfied you are with yourself, the better you can deal with the chaos that surrounds you, the better role model you will be, and the better off your entire family will be! This is not a luxury. This is a necessity. Jen and Barb share their steps to help you realize your full potential as a woman while still maintaining your joy as a mom and/or wife.
As a mother and a foodie, Dina began researching and interviewing parents on how they teach their children what to eat. She combines her expertise on socialization and her knowledge of nutrition to help parents make better nutritional choices for their kids.
In an emergency, every second counts: with its clear language, simple pictures, quick-to-find tabs, lay-flat spiral design, and portable size, Baby MEDBASICS® is a necessary resource for parents and caregivers.
Written by a top-rated pediatrician and based on expert medical knowledge, The Essential Guide to Baby's First Year offers first-time parents a companion through the sleeping and crawling, crying and teething' illnesses and everything else that comes with your baby's first year of life.
We have a tendency today to over-parent, micro-manage, and under-appreciate our adolescents. With Available Parent you can begin to enjoy a healthy, satisfying, exciting new kind of relationship with your teenager. A relationship not with the foundation of fear, but of radical optimism.
Rachel Simmons argues that in idealizing the "good girl" -- unerringly nice, polite, modest, and selfless -- we teach girls to embrace a version of selfhood that curtails their power and potential.
While other children were daydreaming about dances, first kisses, and college, Jodee Blanco was trying to figure out how to go from homeroom to study hall without being taunted or spit upon as she walked through the halls.
Like most parents, you probably notice --and often worry about -- every little change in your growing baby. Why is one of his pupils bigger than the other? What’s that bald spot on her head? Why is he walking on tippy toes? Drawn from the latest research and reviewed by a panel of pediatricians and other medical experts, Baby Body Signs will answer these and other troubling questions.
If you're frustrated by having all the responsibilities of motherhood, with none of the recognition or reward, or worried that stepfamily issues are driving a wedge between you and your husband, then you're not alone -- and you can do something about it.