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Health, Diet & Parenting
by Michele PackardNighttime ritual for young children for sweet dreams incorporating alphabet, songs, and prayer.
Mama, Mama, Only Mama: An Irreverent Guide for the Newly Single Parent--From Divorce and Dating to Cooking and Crafting, All Whiby Lara LillibridgeSince birth, Lara Lillibridge’s children wanted, “Mama, Mama, only Mama!” whether they were tired or just woke up from a nap—whether they were starving or had just finished a bowl of goldfish crackers. Over ten years later, not much has changed. Between hilarious episodes and candid stories, Lillibridge offers the bits of advice and enlightenment she’s gained along the way and never fails to commiserate on the many challenges that come with raising children in a non-nuclear family. This creative... more
by Pamela L. JohnsonUsing this System, your child can go from D's and F's to A's and B's within 4-6 weeks and stay there! Your child will also remember to do routines and chores without having to be reminded.
by Akpobome AgadaighoThis book gives everyone and family the basic knowledge for prevention of HYPERTENSION , HEART ATTACK and STROKE. This book also gives all health students and researchers interested in cardiovascular health the best information foundation to carry out their research more easily and successfully. This book also assist health worker to function optimally to their clients in various cardiovascular health conditions. It very comprehensive to understand and in most cases it has made many to become ca... more
by Maddison White
Let's be frank, no two people look the same. But there are definitely some similarities between all of us. One of them is the body shape. The majority of the individuals are grouped into one of the following categories: Ectomorphs, Mesomorphs or Endomorphs. Each type has its own benefits and disadvantages. Whatever your body type is, you can always achieve that ideal body you desire by following the right nutrition and workout plans. Let's learn how.
Characteristics of an Endomor... more
by Dr Roy Starr, PhDThis is the first book in a series of books telling of the secrets of immortality. Immortally or living forever in the body you were born with has been one of the best kept secrets for hundreds of years. This first book of a series deals with how living forever is physically possible. It explains the how and why the body functions and what it needs to renew itself indefinitely. It explains “The Immortal Diet” requirements to get healthy, stay healthy, and live forever. A diet that is easy to... more
by Zarqnon the EmbarrassedFollow the thoughts of an autistic child full of wonder as he grows and struggles into an adult who has embraced his unique brain and how it has affected his every day life, to turn around and have his own child to teach about the world. From the Author: This will be like no book on autism you have ever read. I wanted to not only show how my specific autistic brain thinks, but I also wanted to create it in my own personal framework on how I like to do things, where I allowed my brain to design... more
by Adelia MooreParents sometimes forget that they are in charge and that their job is not to please or be friends with their children but to take care of them and keep them safe. The most difficult part of being a parent is not mastering parenting techniques but adhering to them when their children push back. Being the Grownup, a groundbreaking exploration of the parent-child relationship, demonstrates how and when to be in charge, and how to strike the balance between parental responsibility and a child’s gro... more
by Gary RobinsonHave you ever started a personal journal only to give up because you didn’t know what to write about? Have you ever wanted to keep a journal but didn’t know how to start? Well, The Daily Brew Journal might be just the thing for you! The authors have painstakingly created a 365-day template for writing about your thoughts and feelings as well as a nice mix of active, hands-on exercises to keep it interesting and to help you avoid “journal fatigue.” So, find a comfy chair, grab your favorite hot b... more
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The News Geeks is a platform that is accessible differing kinds of news, articles story, history, diversion news, Bollywood and Hollywood news it means that the entire world of stories squares measures on the news market, here our news and facts belong to the good of characters together with absolute data, if you need to browse any classical, historical or the other sorts news go one in all the news treasure The News geeks website. It has each class news categories like Entertainment, Science... more
by Neena RoumellAttachment Fathering is an encouraging parental guide which underscores the far reaching positive impact and the benefits of nurturant fathering from birth through early infancy and beyond. Attachment Fathering is daddy-motivating and well researched, providing a window into the opportunity for strong attachment and sensitive caregiving. Author images of multicultural involved fathers and their infants following birth, during comforting and play highlight how the emotional connections made in th... more
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by Eugene Charles, D.C.Applied Kinesiology (AK) is the science of healing the total person and supporting your true health through the study of movement and muscle function. I have included case histories of patients' experiences with AK. Their stories will inspire you about the power of AK to help you reach your full health potential and begin your journey to healing.
by Gabriele Golissa
An inspiring journey of discovery
China today is often only seen as the country of unfair trading practices, product piracy, environmental pollution, and violation of human rights. While it is certainly facing multifaceted challenges, China is also a country with an ancient history and a rich culture. Gabriele Golissa uses Qigong, the ancient Chinese method to health, to discover and explore a world often unfamiliar and foreign but nonetheless fascinating. Fully bilingu... more
by Emily BollerTen years ago, I hit rock bottom. I was morbidly obese with dangerously high blood pressure, heart disease, and pre-diabetes. I took my passion for art and created an online art exhibit using my body as a canvas and food as the paint. I lost 100 pounds in less than a year by focusing on eating instead of dieting. Now, I help others stop dieting, lose weight, and get healthy too. This book is the key that unlocks sufferers from the prison of food addiction!
by Logan Lezell and Carol Lezell"Mommy Why Are They Wearing That", presents charming illustrations along with the encouraging message that teaches children to not stare at different religious outfits. The book teaches without judgment and with respect so kids don't get the impression that some religions are "better" or "weirder" than others. Your kids are undoubtedly going to have questions about all of the fascinating things they're learning and seeing. Especially at an age when children are interacting more with others an... more