Timmy the kitten’s bed stays dry (Smart Stories Book 3) by Alan Johnstone

Timmy is very sad. He also wants to sleep over at Corry’s house but he still wets his bed!

This story helps children to solve the problem of bed wetting by assisting the child to subconsciously accept behavioural change as he or she listens to a story.

Children learn through stories and easily associate with the characters in stories. This natural tendency provides a parent a wonderful opportunity to guide his or her child’s behaviour and feelings and teach them understandings with which to improve their EQ.

In the ebook, notes are provided which teach parents, educators and play therapists the valuable skills of story telling. The notes are interspersed in the story and explain why certain words and ideas are offered in the story.

Author: Alan Johnstone

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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How to Get My Child to Sleep: A handbook of sleep management for parents of preschool children by Clare Douglas

How to Get My Child to Sleep

A handbook of sleep management for parents of preschool children

You are often exhausted, irritable and bewildered by the irrational behaviour of your child, despite your best efforts, and at a loss to know where to turn for advice?

Written by two childcare experts, How to Get My Child to Sleep offers sensible and well-tested methods of dealing with sleeping problems, such as fear of the dark, night waking, nightmares and refusal to go to bed, and discusses fresh and constructive approaches to the successful management of night-time routine.

Soothing and experienced, the two authors demonstrate that there are always practical steps you can take to overcome a problem, and – perhaps best of all that you are not alone.

Author: Clare Douglas

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Benny the lion learns it’s not his fault (Smart Stories Book 5) by Alan Johnstone

Benny the lion is crying because he thinks he did something bad. his mommy and daddy are fighting and they don’ t play with him so much anymore.

This story helps children to understand that they are not to blame when their parents are in conflict and offers parents who have fallen into this trap a chance to rectify the problem.

Children learn through stories and easily associate with the characters in stories. This natural tendency provides a parent a wonderful opportunity to guide his or her child’s behaviour and feelings and teach them understandings with which to improve their EQ.

In the ebook, notes are provided which teach parents, educators and play therapists the valuable skills of story telling. The notes are interspersed in the story and explain why certain words and ideas are offered in the story.

Author: Alan Johnstone

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Finding Peace When a Child Chooses Another Path by Robin Zenger Baker

YOU CAN’T CHOOSE YOUR CHILD’S PATH, BUT YOU CAN CHOOSE HOW YOU RESPOND.We love our children and we love our church. But what happens when those two things diverge? Discover how to keep your family strong, even if your child veers away from your cherished beliefs.Inside you’ll learnHow commonly this situation occursWhy it’s happeningWhen and when not to take actionWhat you can do to avoid bitterness and guiltHow to maintain hope and open, loving relationshipsFilled with scriptures, modern-day revelation, and interviews from wise parents of inactive children, this book is perfect for parents, youth leaders, and any Church member whose friends or loved ones have left the fold.

Author: Robin Zenger Baker

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Parenting Teens: Stirring the Nest: A Parent’s Guide for Children Who are Growing Up and Moving On by T Whitmore

It can be a challenge to say goodbye and send your child out into the world on their own, whether it be to college or to join the workforce. This book holds tips on what to make sure they know, how to handle your own life once the nest is empty and even what you need to think about if they ever hit a stumbling block and need to return home for awhile. Things like doing their own laundry, checking freshness dates on the milk and taking up new interests are included, as well as the importance of boundaries if you and your grown child begin sharing a roof again. Read on to gain some useful knowledge on what your children might need to know before they spread their wings and leave the nest.

Author: T Whitmore

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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When Things Fall Apart: Poems On Going Through Difficult Times (Toughness Light Change Heart Work Mindfulness Breathing Anxiety Depression Changes Hard Times) by Meiso

When Things Fall Apart is a collection of poems written for those who have suffered through difficult times. I’ve encountered numerous times when I felt like I’ve wanted to give up and quit in many things in life. While traveling the road of life, we are all looking for one thing: happiness. We must not let our external circumstances dictate our happiness, but rather, learn to react to each instance differently. We, as human beings, are much better than that. We must overcome our negative thoughts, and remember that any emotion we feel is just that, an emotion. All emotions are only temporary! Just as one does not push away the feelings of happiness, we should not resist the feelings of sadness, loneliness, and anger as well. We are creatures of adaptation, and everyone can achieve happiness with minute shifts in their perspectives.

Author: Meiso

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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10 Things No One Tells You To Expect by Taylor Everitt-Netherton

Expect the unexpected. Despite the numerous resources available for pregnancy and parenthood, the peculiar topics are left undiscussed. In this collection of 10 Things No One Tells You, we learn of those certain surprises that are encountered along the way. They are complex and humorous, serious and authentic, and all things that are unexpectedly expected.

Author: Taylor Everitt-Netherton

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Kid’s Behavior: 15 Tips to Tame Tantrums & Outbursts by Stefano Marotta

Imagine a world where every child is born with their very own instruction manual. A world where your infant’s every need can easily be identified, and your toddler’s tantrums not just anticipated but warded off. While this utopian scenario might seem far-fetched; ridiculous even, to the vast majority of people. A lot of parents seem to approach parenthood with the expectation that some magic fairy is going to come along and sprinkle a load of fairy dust over the cooing infant as soon as it is delivered. They expect that they will “intuitively” know how to cope with a toddler that is lying down in the supermarket aisle and refusing to budge. That they will be able to cajole “Molly” or “Mike” into brushing their teeth, or getting dressed for Preschool. Instead of signing up for parenting classes, or reading a parenting manual, parents often decide to “wing it.”
Don’t get me wrong. There is nothing wrong with trusting your gut-instinct, and winging it will sometimes get you a long way; all the way even. Especially if you have a solid support network in place. Grandparents, aunts, uncles, friends and neighbors can seem like a Godsend when you are living off caffeine and just two hours sleep. Shared experiences and a sense of perspective can sometimes be infinitely more helpful than a conversation with a stranger. But what happens when they not? What do you do at three a.m. when your toddler is screaming blue murder? How do you cope then?
Parenthood doesn’t have to be a never-ending obstacle course. It doesn’t have to be a constant battle of wills; a deadly game of brinkmanship with you and the devil child that you spawned. Parenthood is a gift. What you do with that gift will affect not just your life but the lives of those closest to you for decades to come. Following my 15 tips to tame tantrums and outbursts will not only make the next few months and years easier to cope with. It will enable you fall in love with your child every single day that you are together.

Author: Stefano Marotta

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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