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by Avigail AbarbanelWhy are relationships difficult? It's not because we are bad or stupid. It's because we are not well made... What can we do about it? We need to develop our brain beyond what nature has given us and what our childhood has wired into us. In particular, we need to work to integrate our executive functions and our limbic functions. The key to better integration is through our emotions. Only when we are better integrated, we are mature enough to be in relationships that are based on compassion, unco... more
by Avigail AbarbanelThis booklet describes an approach to the process of grief and adjustment to change that is grounded in neuroscience. It’s no-nonsense, and goes right to the bare bones of what the process of grief or adjustment really is. Grief and adjustment to change are hard enough as it is. There is no need to make it worse by also worrying that we are going crazy, or that there is something wrong with us. When people understand how grief and adjustment to a big life change affect their brain, they worry le... more
by Avigail AbarbanelPsychological trauma is far more common than people realise, but it is also grossly under-diagnosed. Many symptoms that people bring to their GP are a result of hidden and unrecognised trauma. Psychological trauma can devastate lives and interfere with healthy development. Its ripples can affect everything about us, physical health, how we feel, think, and behave, how we relate to others, and our ability to fulfil our potential. It is also passed on through the generations, even with the best of... more
by Mirla G. Raz
Does your child say wabbit for rabbit? Are you concerned that other people have a hard time understanding your child? Is he frustrated that other children make fun of his speech? How to Teach a Child to Say the R Sound in 15 Easy Lessons will help you teach her learn to say the r sound.
How to Teach a Child to Say the R Sound is part of the highly popular and innovative Help Me Talk Right series that parents and professionals have been using since 1992. Mirla G. Raz has made it pos... more
by Mirla G. Raz
Evidenced-based speech therapy techniques are presented in non-technical, enjoyable and user-friendly ways. Whether you are a parent or a professional, How to Teach a Child to Say the "L" Sound in 15 Easy Lessons takes you step-by-step through each lesson, empowering you to help the child while having fun. You ll see how speech therapy can be fun and easy, yet done as a professional speech therapist would.
Everything you need to know about teaching a child to say and use... more
by Dalton SmithA Fathers non fiction tale of how he used unorthodox methods to raise a smart and happy daughter. He shares his method to the world how they can do the same.
by Lauren Gehringer, with Dr. Natalie GehringerA lighthearted journey through the digestive process; "From Chewing to Pooing" reassures anxious little ones and helps all kids better understand this important way their bodies function. Simple rhymes are pared with illustrations by award-winning artist Maile McCarthy to keep young readers engaged. A back section for parents feature Dr. approved Tips For Healthy Digestion, to help care takers keep things on track.
by Jacqueline PirtleReading and practicing the bestseller 365 Days of Happiness will help you to BE and live happy anywhere at anytime––no matter your circumstances. You get daily practice in "feeling good," creating health, celebrating joy You gain deep understanding of your inner self You master how to live a wonderful and mindfully happy life Available as paperback, e-book, mobile app––apple, android, and can be supplemented with its Self-Study-Program at freakyhealer.com Do you have fun with your own lif... more
the Ostomy Raft: Practical tips for living with an ileostomy or colostomy, from others in the same boatby Joan ScottTHE OSTOMY RAFT is an easy-to-read, well-illustrated self-help book for people with colostomies or ileostomies. It's jam-packed with helpful, realistic advice drawn from the personal experiences of the author and countless other ostomates who’ve made this same journey before you.
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by Jennifer Elizabeth MastersDo you know those scientific journals filled with research data from sterile laboratories? This isn't one of those. Written from personal experience, Jennifer's data was collected between the sheets. Her candid, honest style draws you into her bedroom sharing over 40 years of passion, experimentation, and insight. Healing sexual dysfunction is Jennifer's passion. "Sexy, passionately written, and inspiring." If Orgasm for Life doesn't turn you on, while igniting the passion in your relationship, ... more
by Robert C. Ciampi, LCSWI have written a book entitled When to Call a Therapist. It has been my observation from my private practice that the majority of people seeking mental health treatment get into therapy too late. What I mean by that is people who enter therapy suffer unnecessarily for long periods of time before getting help, especially for couples counseling. My book is for anyone who is considering getting into mental health treatment or who knows someone who would benefit from seeing a therapist
by Aisha AdeleChildren are always playful, with short attention spans in one place. They still prefer what is happening at a particular time than what is going to happen. Teachers are the only people who have the power to motivate and encourage kids to attend their tutoringclasses because they understand their behavioral patterns.
Teachers can influence students in a way they will understand, obey, and enjoy their tuition classes. They... more
by Robert C. Ciampi, LCSWI have written a book entitled When to Call a Therapist. It has been my observation from my private practice that the majority of people seeking mental health treatment get into therapy too late. What I mean by that is people who enter therapy suffer unnecessarily for long periods of time before getting help, especially for couples counseling. My book is for anyone who is considering getting into mental health treatment or who knows someone who would benefit from seeing a therapist.
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by Nadine Pierre-LouisTIME FOR “THE TALK” WITH YOUR SON? IT DOESN’T HAVE TO BE AWKWARD! \tUse this entertaining and engaging story to get all the important points across. Allow Preeb, age 9, and Pube, age 12, to make it much easier for you. Follow along with their experiences while they ask the difficult questions. The questions boys don’t want to ask but want answered. Young men will relate to the contemporary jargon and realistic questions and answers in this book. Having the “talk” about puberty can be quite awk... more