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Health, Diet & Parenting
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
by the news geeks
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
by neena roumell
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
by William Pillow
Therefore this book is radically different from any other book you have ever seen, read, or heard about. It dares to challenge everyone’s beliefs about the so-called “reality.” Although the book reads like science fiction, everything you read here is as factual as is humanly possible. For example, you cannot personally perceive the electromagnetic waves that invisibly surround us to carry Internet information and communications! So this book will introduce you to another kind of humanly imper... more
by Kathy BanksThe Home School Handbooks are 3 booklets less than 50 pages each all about helping parents make home school not just more affordable, but enjoyable. There are the author's own lesson plans, schedules, high school credits, forms, resources of the best helps she used. Learn how this mom spent less than $500 in eleven years of home school. Learn how to let each child teach themselves. The author helps parents understand the alternative to traditional school is not to produce a cookie-cutter child, ... more
by malvika adhikari
by Tracy BrightThis is a book about domestic violence. Called the Domestic Violence Trap because it entails the subtleties, innuendoes, and ins and outs of generational and intergenerational domestic violence. This book explores, the social, cultural, political and gender triggers and issues around the cycles of violence, how it is perpetuated, learned, and acted out. Domestic violence has many sides to it that can be ignited through anger, repression, and ignorance. Like a tiger in the jungle it awaits to be ... more
by Tracy BrightThe Domestic Violence Trap Workbook is supplemental practice and application for readers of the textbook The Domestic Violence Trap. It is designed to follow the book to completion of the study of domestic violence as it occurs within individuals, families, and communities.
by neena roumell
Attachment 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 paternal caregiving. Author images of multicultural involved fathers and their infants following birth, during comforting and play high... more
by Ashley Peterson
Making Sense of Psychiatric Diagnosis aims to cut through the misinformation, stigma, and assumptions that surround mental illness and give a clear picture of what mental illness really is.
The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders 5th edition (DSM-5) has been criticized for overly subjective diagnostic criteria and pathologizing normal human experience. This book will discuss the right and the wrong way to use the DSM, and the problems inherent in trying to diagno... more