Who's in charge? You or your children? Do you find yourself in a constant battle with them? Are you a new parent? Whether you are new to parenting or have been struggling with how to effectively discipline your child, this book is for you. RAISING WELL-BEHAVED KIDS, A SIMPLE GUIDE is a short, simply written book. For parents who don't have the time or the desire to read a lengthy book on the subject, this book is a quick read (40 pages) filled with straightforward advice. RAISING WELL-BEHAVED KIDS will give you valuable tools to help you raise your child to be a caring, respectful and responsible adult. This book gives examples of situations you may find yourself in and guides you with ways to respond. Learn why children not only need rules and limits, but why deep down they really want them. As you teach your child what is acceptable behavior and what isn't, you become your child's most important teacher.
Raising a child is probably the most fulfilling thing you will ever do...and also the most frustrating, nerve-wracking, and gut-wrenching. With all the plans and dreams you have for your children, there are bound to be dashed hopes, unrealized goals, and unmet expectations along the way. Negative emotions, including anger, disappointment, and frustration may arise within you, and you may find yourself feeling less and less emotionally connected with your children. Introducing The Connection Cycle, the revolutionary new parenting program that will help you deal with your feelings and respond to your children in a way that will allow you to create and maintain your emotional connection, from toddlers to teens, and into adulthood. After all, maintaining your emotional connection with your children is top priority in my book!"
Bad eating habits is linked to everything from juvenile diabetes to ADHD. Raising a productive child means raising a healthy child...but keeping your kids healthy is hard work! Most parents simply do not have time to spend hours in the kitchen. If you want your kids to be happy and healthy, then you need this book! Nearly all of the 100+ recipes can be prepared in only minutes! (Cooking time varies) What parent doesn't have minutes to spend to make sure their child doesn't have health problems later in life? From sack lunches to healthy snacks, there's something for everyone here.
Oliver Medhurst sustained a traumatic head-injury in 1982, leaving him without speech or functional movement, but mentally unimpaired. This anthology of documents generated by his father over a thirty-year period illustrates the challenges the family have tried to confront in their son's care, treatment and education. All royalties from this book will be donated to the Oliver Medhurst Wheelchair Fund.
In 1954 two year old Jackie Nash her parents and baby sister Nikki moved from St. Louis, Mo. to Cloverleaf a small subdivision, just over the bridge from Madison Illinois. When Jackie and Nikki started school they met Freddie in the alley behind their house Nikki was so excited Freddie was in Nikki's class. Becky lived next door to us and was in my class. Connie lived across the road and Tammy lived next door to Becky this was the beginning of the Cloverleaf Kids. Our lives were centered on Lil Rascals, Huckleberry Finn, Cowboys and Indians. The Cloverleaf Kids were a legend in our own right. These tales and adventures would be with us for the rest of our lives. The Cloverleaf Kids could be seen on summer mornings riding bicycles down the road I could be seen pulling the wagon behind my bicycle Freddie and I were the leaders of the pack scouting out the soda bottles and the kids riding behind us yelling Jackie and Freddie where are we going? I can still remember the sound of the soda bottles rattling in the wagon and the wheels on the bicycles turning in the gravel. My grandkids and daughter loved these stories when they were growing up. If you grew up in the 50's and 60's you might just read this adventurous book to reminisce about days gone by.