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Attention Stepmoms: Learn from the success and failures of different stepmoms with over 20 years combined experience. No PhD's, just real people (Volume 1)

Attention Stepmoms: Learn from the success and failures of different stepmoms with over 20 years combined experience. No PhD's, just real people (Volume 1)

This book was written for stepmoms of all ages and all years of experience. In the book we will go over popular topics such as first meeting your step child, trying to bond with your step child, the court system and how to find a good lawyer, the dreaded ex, and much more. The book focuses on the relationship of my step son and I through years of trial and error. Some very good friends of...

Stepmother's Guide To Survive And Thrive: 55 ways to become a better stepmother, written for the stepmom for immediate help with stepchildren

Stepmother's Guide To Survive And Thrive: 55 ways to become a better stepmother, written for the stepmom for immediate help with stepchildren

This informative yet simple guide provides the stepmother with many valuable tips to becoming a terrific stepmom. The tips are simple but powerful. There will be challenges ahead, and you need to know how to handle them. Suggestions include help with the transition period of the blended family, dealing with the biological mother, your role in discipline, and much more. You really can't...

Stop The Struggle!: Solutions For Parenting Gifted Tweens And Teens

Stop The Struggle!: Solutions For Parenting Gifted Tweens And Teens

In STOP THE STRUGGLE! Margit Crane invites you in for a warm and highly informative chat about parenting gifted tweens and teens. Whether you are preparing for adolescence or seeking to repair your relationship with your teenagers, these easy-to-read and easy-to-implement strategies will restore harmony to your family. Praise for STOP THE STRUGGLE: -- "You have a way of...

My Grandpa Had a Stroke

My Grandpa Had a Stroke

What's a stroke?" "Why can't Grandpa move his arm?" "Why does he seem so different?" "Will he get better?" "Why did this have to happen to my grandpa?" "Who will take care of him?" Ryan loves spending Saturdays with his Grandpa, riding in the truck, stopping at Morrie's Diner for breakfast,and fishing on Hall Lake. But when...

Clouds and Clocks: A Story for Children Who Soil

Clouds and Clocks: A Story for Children Who Soil

Andrew's father died when he was a baby, his mother is away all day at work, and now his beloved grandfather must go to the hospital. Upset and worried, Andrew begins to soil. With a visit to the pediatrician and to a therapist, Andrew gets the treatments he needs to feel better and start using the toilet again. This book contains a Note to Parents by psychologist Virginia Shiller, PhD, on...

The Very Lonely Bathtub

The Very Lonely Bathtub

At first Claudia enjoys her new bathtub, which becomes in turn a fire engine, a floating hospital, and a spaceship, but then she grows tired of being clean and refuses to take a bath, no matter how dirty she gets.

Sammy's Mommy Has Cancer

Sammy's Mommy Has Cancer

This warm, sensitive, and straightforward story will help young children understand and accept the changes in their lives when a parent is diagnosed with a life-threatening illness. Parents will welcome this valuable aid in explaining the illness to their children. Sharing the book together, families will find encouragement in dealing with their sorrow, hopes, and small joys during a...

The end is the beginning

The end is the beginning

It was said to be one of the most dreadful cases of abuse to a child. I am Armond the 13 year old male survivor of the darkest, most disturbing violations and experiences imaginable. Take a chilling look into my early childhood that was filled with sadness, nightmares and terror. Sense my unforgettable shame, feel the excruciating pain given by one’s own parents. These repulsive crimes...

Annie: a son's quest for his biological mother (Volume 1)

Annie: a son's quest for his biological mother (Volume 1)

Marvin was adopted when he was three. In 1985, his curiosity got the best of him and he set out in search for his biological parents.

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