Dissociative Identity Disorder and Single Parenting
Single parenting has it’s own challenges. Couple being a single parent with the parent being an abuse survivor and very special challenges come to light. Some of these challenges include the self questioning an abuse survivor does about parenting abilities. more >>
7 Standards For Effective Parenting
Every child has fundamental needs that must be met for an emotionally and physically healthy life. Every child must be able to feel: safe and secure; able to trust; loved and valued; and free to be a child. more >>
Breastfeeding and the Sexual Abuse Survivor
One out of five American women has been sexually abused as a child.l-2 Past sexual abuse can affect many aspects of a woman’s current level of functioning, including breastfeeding and parenting.3 Only one recent study has specifically considered breastfeeding among sexual abuse survivors.4 The authors found a higher intention to breastfeed among survivors than their non-abused counterparts. more >>
As parents, you have only a few years to prepare your children for a world that requires responsibility and maturity for survival. That thought alone can send shivers down your parental spine!
So what do you do? Hover over your kids so they never make mistakes? Drill them so they’ll remember the important principles when you’re on their own? Tear your hair out, wondering if teaching them responsibility is anything but a battle of wills?
Audio Cassette Description:
Parenting consultants Jim Fay and Foster Cline, M.D., narrate this brief audio program which explores struggles for control and power between parents and their children. Describing the “Love and Logic” technique they developed, Fay and Cline relate how it can be implemented. We hear them discuss various parenting scenarios, exchanging information with confidence and humor. In a casual style they share accounts of life with children. Their conversation is cordial, drawing us in as confidants. They teach us how to give away control and gain even more. Ardently convincing, there is something in this for every parent
Kid Cooperation: How to Stop Yelling, Nagging and Pleading and Get Kids to Cooperate
Would you like to know how to get your children to willingly cooperate? Would you like to eliminate many of your daily battles and end the yelling, nagging, and pleading? Would you like to handle discipline issues with knowledge and authority? During this process, would you like to learn how to boost your children’s self-esteem, feel better about yourself as a person, and even improve your marriage?
This book is filled with real ideas for real families – practical, purposeful things you can do.
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