A simple and fun guide covering all the basics. This guide tells you what to talk about and when, and it also has sample question and answer scripts to get you over some of the major hurdles.
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Patty Wipfler has spent decades honing the five simple and powerful tools explained in the book. If you’re struggling to talk to your kids about sex and relationships, you might need to lay the groundwork by shoring up your connection with your child. This is a fantastic guide to forming closer relationships with your children.
Naomi’s techniques for getting past our own triggers and helping our children through theirs is different and refreshing. This book is a how-to manual, and different from any other parenting book I’m familiar with. It’s a must read.
Learn what this generation of girls faces in high-school and college as they try to navigate their sexual relationships. This is an eye-opening book and a must-read! Simply warning girls what not to do is not enough! Read about their challenges so you can better understand how to teach your child to swim in these waters.
I was honored to interview Janell for The Talking To Kids About Sex Interview Series, and her book is a must-read. These are simple and thoughtful guidelines for extending your every-day parenting practice into the online realm.
I recommend this book to parents and those who serve parents all the time! i-Minds explains the science behind technology addiction. This book has informed my thinking on what kids need in terms of social-emotional skill building as well as the kind of structure they need around sexting and pornography.
An excellent book addressing the young child’s understanding of the world and how we can tailor our explanations to their development.
Mary Sheedy Kurcinka brings readers into her world-famous workshops, where she offers parents and educators insights, emotional support and proven strategies for dealing with spirited children. The key word that distinguishes spirited children from other children is "more" -- more intense, more persistent, more sensitive and more uncomfortable with change.
- Discover your child’s love language
- Assist your child in successful learning
- Use the love languages to correct and discipline more effectively
- Build a foundation of unconditional love for your child
Plus: Find dozens of tips for practical ways to speak your child’s love language.
Discover your child's primary language—then speak it—and you will be well on your way to a stronger relationship with your flourishing child.
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