by Patty Wipfler and Tosha Schore of Hand In Hand Parenting
Patty Wipfler has spent decades honing the five simple and powerful tools explained in the book. If you’re struggling to talk to your kids about sex and relationships, you might need to lay the groundwork by shoring up your connection with your child. This is a fantastic guide to forming closer relationships with your children.
by Naomi Aldort
Naomi’s techniques for getting past our own triggers and helping our children through theirs is different and refreshing. This book is a how-to manual, and different from any other parenting book I’m familiar with. It’s a must read.
Mary Sheedy Kurcinka brings readers into her world-famous workshops, where she offers parents and educators insights, emotional support and proven strategies for dealing with spirited children. The key word that distinguishes spirited children from other children is “more” — more intense, more persistent, more sensitive and more uncomfortable with change.
by Mary Sheedy Kurcinka
End Those Power Struggles and Begin Connecting with Your Child
Noted family educator Mary Sheedy Kurcinka struck a national chord with her bestselling Raising Your Spirited Child. Now she hits upon another crucial parenting topic: coping with the everyday challenges of disciplining your child, while understanding the issues behind his or her behavior. In Kids, Parents, and Power Struggles, she offers unique approaches to solving the daily, and often draining, power struggles between you and your child. Kurcinka views these conflicts as rich opportunities to teach your child essential life skills, like how to deal with strong emotions and problem solve. With her successful strategies, you’ll be able to identify the trigger situations that set off these struggles and get to the root of the emotions and needs of you and your child.
by Gary D. Chapman
- Discover your child’s love language
- Assist your child in successful learning
- Use the love languages to correct and discipline more effectively
- Build a foundation of unconditional love for your child
Plus: Find dozens of tips for practical ways to speak your child’s love language.
Discover your child’s primary language—then speak it—and you will be well on your way to a stronger relationship with your flourishing child.
by Intelligent Change
- THE SIMPLEST WAY TO START YOUR DAY HAPPY – Using the science of positive psychology to improve happiness, The Five Minute Journal focuses your attention on the good in your life. Improve your mental well-being and feel better every day.
- COMPLAIN LESS, APPRECIATE MORE – The Five Minute Journal helps you cultivate gratitude. It changes how you feel, alters the actions you take, and therefore the results you will create…negativity be gone!
- FINALLY KEEP A JOURNAL – With a simple structured format that takes just 5 minutes, The Five Minute Journal is simple, quick, and effective. Whatever your excuse for not keeping a journal is, this journal will eliminate them.
by Lisa Damour
Dr. Damour draws on decades of experience and the latest research to reveal the seven distinct—and absolutely normal—developmental transitions that turn girls into grown-ups, including Parting with Childhood, Contending with Adult Authority, Entering the Romantic World, and Caring for Herself. Providing realistic scenarios and welcome advice on how to engage daughters in smart, constructive ways, Untangled gives parents a broad framework for understanding their daughters while addressing their most common questions
Coping Skills for Kids Workbook: Over 75 Coping Strategies to Help Kids Deal with Stress, Anxiety and Anger
by Janine Halloran
The Coping Skills for Kids Workbook is designed to help kids learn and practice coping skills to deal with anxiety, stress and anger. The workbook includes:
Over 75 Coping Skills for Kids to try with more than 20 Printables/Worksheets to help
Links to Coping Skills for Kids YouTube Videos
A Resource Collection of other helpful books and websites for families
Kids can read this book on their own, or they can work through it with a family member or another trusted adult.