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How to Stop Losing Your Sh t with Your Kids

Author : Carla Naumburg
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'Funny, honest and most importantly really, really useful.' - Helen McGinn, author of The Knackered Mother's Wine Club So, you're losing your sh*t with your kids. You scream, you shout, you snap at them. You're cranky and irritable more often than you'd like to admit. You know how you want to parent; you want to be a calmer, more rational and intentional parent, but no matter how hard you try, you can't help it. You keep losing your sh*t. Just remember: YOU ARE NOT A BAD PARENT. How to Stop Losing Your Sh*t With Your Kids is as honest and compassionate as it is pragmatic about helping you work through your sh*t to be a more present and positive parent. Increasingly relevant to today's parents, who are more overloaded, overwhelmed, and overworked than ever before, Carla Naumburg has the antidote to the feelings of complete despair and rage. How to Stop Losing Your Sh*t With Your Kids is a simple, accessible and humorous guide to more effective and mindful parenting.

Raising Your Kids Without Losing Your Cool

Author : Shantelle Bisson
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Harried mother of three Shantelle Bisson guides you through raising a family, all while keeping your cool! Let’s face it — raising children can take a wrecking ball to your ambitions, your finances, your relationships, even your health. But, as mother of three Shantelle Bisson will tell you, it doesn’t have to be that way. In Raising Your Kids Without Losing Your Cool, Shantelle sets out how to get ready for baby‘s arrival, helps you through the big push, lays it all out on breastfeeding, and makes sure you don‘t forget to KEEP HAVING SEX. Plus, she‘ll help you navigate the perils of helicopter parenting, children on social media, and even gender-reveal parties, and answer the burning question: Is that really cool?

The American Drug Scene

Author : James A. Inciardi
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I d Listen to My Parents If They d Just Shut Up

Author : Anthony Wolf
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A practicing clinical psychologist for children and adolescents, Anthony Wolf, author of the phenomenal bestseller Get Out Of My Life, But First Can You Drive Me and Cheryl to the Mall? (“I love this book!” —Parenting Magazine) returns with another wise, funny, and eminently practical guide to raising and understanding teenagers. I’d Listen to My Parents If They’d Just Shut Up offers frustrated moms and dads humorous, dialog-based advice and techniques for what to say and not to say when parenting teens today.

The Moosehead Anthology

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The Coevolution Quarterly

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Beyond the Couch

Author : Eileen Walkenstein
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Child and Family

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Honey We Lost the Kids

Author : Kathleen McDonnell
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"Honey, we lost the kids - the lament of many parents in the 21st century." "Frantic boomers, unable to figure out what they have done wrong, ask "Why can't the kids be like we were?" and particularly "What can we do to change things?" "Not much," responds prize-winning author Kathleen McDonnell in her funny, eye-opening report from the front lines of the revolution in modern childhood. She sympathizes with parents and experts who believe that kids today are growing up too quickly, robbed of childhood by a toxic combination of TV, films, video games and the Internet." "Yet "We can't go back to a time when growing up happened in well-defined stages," McDonnell argues. It's a different world, and the old rules simply don't apply." "Honey, We Lost the Kids is a mind-bending, straight-talking approach to understanding the challenges of parenting and child rearing today."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

The Best Plays of 1994 1995

Author : Otis L. Guernsey
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The yearbook gives listings of casts and technical personnel for on- and off-Broadway productions, a summary of the season, synopses and lengthy extracts of dialogue from the best plays, and facts and figures on the New York and regional theater.

Never Been at Home

Author : Zazah P. Khuzwayo
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The New Yorker

Author : Harold Wallace Ross
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Feed Your Kids Well

Author : Fred Pescatore, M.D.
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"I've worked side by side with Dr. Pescatore for many years. In this book--which I heartily recommend--Dr. Pescatore teaches you how to bring health and nutrition to the next generation."--Robert C. Atkins, M.D., author of the multimillion copy bestseller Dr. Atkins' New Diet Revolution. "Feed Your Kids Well offers a sensible approach to the difficult problem of childhood obesity--and many other children's health problems. Dr. Pescatore provides parents with excellent strategies for dealing with their children in a positive, sensitive way."--Carol Colman, coauthor of the New York Times bestseller The Melatonin Miracle. "Feed Your Kids Well is an excellent book that explains the importance of a well-balanced diet. It exposes the dangers associated with high-sugar foods and reveals the true cause of childhood obesity."--Joyce and Gene Daoust, authors of 40-30-30 Fat Burning Nutrition. "I helped nutritionally vet Adelle Davis's book, Let's Have Healthy Children. In my opinion, Feed Your Kids Well replaces that important work."--Fran Gare, nutrition expert, CBS-TV. Today, one-third of North American children and teenagers are overweight. And despite decades of medical and scientific breakthroughs, the percentage of children with health problems today is the highest in history. Feed Your Kids Well will be a revelation for millions of worried parents. Dr. Fred Pescatore, who was overweight and asthmatic as a child, brings an empathetic and hopeful tone to this groundbreaking guide to achieving optimum nutrition, ideal health, and self-confidence. Building on the low-carbohydrate principles of the hugely popular Dr. Atkins' New Diet Revolution--which has helped millions of adults lose weight permanently--Dr. Pescatore applies the Atkins Center's proven nutritional program to children and teenagers. Thoroughly tested over years of exhaustive research, his Next Generation Diet is the first health program to recognize that simply applying adult diet plans to children is ineffective--and often dangerous. The author argues that the real culprit behind dietary problems is not fat, but sugars and starches. Feed Your Kids Well brings something new to the table: sane and practical guidance for parents concerned not only about weight loss, but also about general wellness and the prevention of disease--from asthma to ADD, from earaches to allergies. After explaining how your child's body and metabolism work, Dr. Pescatore clearly outlines a straightforward nutritional lifestyle program that helps parents shape the important building blocks--proteins, fats, and carbohydrates--into complete, well-balanced meals. Packed with easy-to-follow sample menus for every day of the week, this book provides delicious, healthy alternatives. Kids will love the dozens of simple, step-by-step recipes for a variety of dishes, including pancakes with strawberry topping, chicken fingers, beef tacos, fudgy brownie squares, and peanut butter cookies. Some recipes are easy enough for kids to make themselves! Parents will also learn how to integrate effective nutrition with various vitamin supplements, complementary medical treatments, and a regular exercise program, which can help heal and even prevent childhood ailments. With fascinating case studies, Dr. Pescatore demonstrates how to treat these problems simply by monitoring nutrient deficiencies and sugar overload. In childhood, the all-important seeds of our adult selves are planted--from our personalities to our eating habits. Feed Your Kids Well helps parents prepare their children for healthy, happy lives.

Yes Your Teen s Crazy

Author : Michael J. Bradley
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A survival guide for parents helps beleaguered adults navigate their childrens' teen years, with advice on how to turn adolescents into strong, confident, productive adults. Original.

The Deep End

Author : Chris Crutcher
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A therapist treating abused children and families in crisis, Wilson Corder faces his most horrifying experience yet when seven-year-old Sabrina Parker is kidnapped and his own children's lives are threatened. Reprint.

Changes

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Switchback Or Lost Child in the Terror Zone

Author : Murray Mednick
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In a neutral area of the Terror Zone, two women await to cross the range of gunfire, one with a baby carriage, the other on bicycle. Both have faced death many times, and the discussion they have which makes up the content of Mednick's "jazz operetta" reveals a horrifying world in which there is little hope for a future - much like the inner-city ghettos of today. Yet these women are proud, stubborn, insistent in their intent to live more normal lives and to resume their movement up the switchback. The ending is as inevitable as tomorrow morning's headlines.

Short term Existential Intervention in Clinical Practice

Author : James E. Lantz
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Presents a refreshing approach to clinical intervention with clients experiencing a variety of emotional problems stemming from biological, pyschological, social, or meaning and purpose issues. The book focuses on the realities of short-term intervention and the effects limited contact between clients and treatment providers has on successful intervention.

Sight and Sound

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The Eugu lionne

Author : Louky Bersianik
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