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Safe and Secure: Six Steps to Creating a Good Life for People with Disabilities, Al Etmanski; Jack Collins & Vickie Cammack.
1 Al Etmanski; Jack Collins & Vickie Cammack. Safe and Secure: Six Steps to Creating a Good Life for People with Disabilities
Vancouver: PLAN Institute for Caring Citizenship 2010 0973038349 / 9780973038347 Ontario edition Paperback New 9.9 x 8.1 x 0.5 inches 
Safe and Secure is a timely, practical, and thought-provoking guide for individuals and families. It will help many people begin to come to grips with disability and, equally important, to dream and to discover hope and possibility in their own communities. Safe and Secure is a road map to a good life. It addresses issues of financial security, citizenship, and creating home. Its most significant contribution, however, will be that it clearly addresses the isolation that exists throughout much of the disability community. 
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The Mother of All Pregnancy Books: An All-Canadian Guide to Conception, Birth and Everything In Between, Ann Douglas.
2 Ann Douglas. The Mother of All Pregnancy Books: An All-Canadian Guide to Conception, Birth and Everything In Between
Mississauga: Wiley 2011 1118034686 / 9781118034682 2nd, Revised and updated Paperback New 14 x 3.7 x 21.5 cm 
If you're looking for the inside scoop on what it's really like to have a baby, you've come to the right place. This comprehensive guide features a friendly, fresh, and fun approach to the greatest adventure life has to offer. Based on the best advice from over 100 Canadian parents and panel of experts, this information is served up with a uniquely Canadian spin. The Mother of All Pregnancy Books is funny, entertaining, and packed with tons of nuts-and-bolts information and presents expectant parents with all the facts on such perennial hot topics as pain relief during labor, episiotomy, and circumcision, empowering them to make informed personal choices. Unique and innovative, this book is packed with helpful tools readers won't find anywhere else, including charts highlighting the risks of using various over-the-counter drug products during pregnancy, tables summarizing the functions of the 10 most important nutrients during pregnancy, lists of the 10 best-and worst-baby products, and much, much more. Featuring a glossary of pregnancy-related terms, a sample birth plan and a set of emergency childbirth procedures, The Mother of All Pregnancy Books isn't afraid to tackle difficult subjects, like infertility, high-risk pregnancy, and pregnancy and infant loss -- topics that most other pregnancy books shy away from. New features include: •The Pregnancy Roadmap: a week-by-week; month-by-month; and trimester-by-trimester overview of the key pregnancy milestones and highlights •Pregnancy Q & As •Baby Gear 101 •Your Post-Partum Body •And a brand new section called "The Truth About Pregnancy Brain" 
Price: 26.95 USD
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The Meaning of Wife, Anne Kingston.
3 Anne Kingston. The Meaning of Wife
Toronto: HarperCollins 2004 000200013X / 9780002000130 1st Hardbound New New 16 x 2.8 x 23.6 cm 
There is a wife crisis in North America, a brewing storm of conflicting forces swirling around what it means to be a wife at the beginning of the 21st century. The word “wife,” so fraught with ambiguity that it has become a female litmus test, elicits from women emotions ranging from longing to antipathy, anxiety to derision. The wife crisis is at the heart of journalist Anne Kingston’s often surprising and bound to be controversial new book, The Meaning of Wife. Cannily juxtaposing the Korean wife schools currently operated by the USO in Seoul with the recent marriage of feminist icon Gloria Steinem, Kingston delves into the complex, troubling, and sometimes humorous contradictions, illusions and realities of contemporary wifehood. She looks at “wife backlash,” and the new wave of neo-traditionalism that urges women to marry before their “best-before” date expires. She muses on the fact that Oprah Winfrey and Martha Stewart, two of the world’s wealthiest and most influential women and, interestingly, non-wives, are beloved by their target audience of wives. She investigates the massive bridal industry, noting the elevation of the bride to a consumer icon―a brilliant marketing twist on the historical role of the bride as an object to be consumed. Exploring the role of the sexualized wife, she talks to Lou Paget, a.k.a. the “Martha Stewart of sex tips.” And, in a fascinating discourse on the economic value of being a wife, Kingston thoughtfully weighs the value of a virgin bride and the financial repercussions of divorce. Along the way, she talks to experts and ordinary wives, famous and infamous wives, second wives and trophy wives. The result is an entertaining mix of social, sexual, historical and economic commentary, a book that will become one of the most talked about of the season. 
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You, Your Child, and
4 Barbara Coyne Cutler & Sue Pratt. You, Your Child, and "Special" Education: A Guide to Dealing with the System
Baltimore: Brookes Publishing 2010 1598571230 / 9781598571233 Revised Paper back New 0.8 x 6 x 8.8 inches 
Overwhelmed and intimidated: That's how many parents feel when they're dealing with the complex special education system. How can they transform themselves into confident, knowledgeable advocates and get their children the free appropriate public education they're entitled to? Give them the answers with this empowering survival guide, the book with the straight talk parents want and the encouragement they need as they work to get the best services for their child. A comprehensive update of a resource parents have relied on for more than 17 years, this no-nonsense guide cuts right through the myths and obstacles that block the way to better education for a child with special needs. Veteran advocacy expert Barbara Cutler directly addresses parents with empathy and candor, drawing on 30 years of professional expertise and her deep personal insight as the mother of a son with autism. Share this book with parents and they'll have the step-by-step, real-world guidance they need to proactively participate in IEP meetings to secure more and better services for their child develop productive assertiveness that gets real results arrange, prepare for, and conduct a classroom observation recognize and defeat the popular arguments against inclusion communicate and negotiate effectively with school personnel learn how to say no and fight for the child's rights if an IEP is not acceptable make the most of support from personal advocates and parent and citizen organizations fully understand their legal rights and the elements of a free appropriate public education and least restrictive environment monitor IEP implementation and intervene if the school doesn't deliver agreed-upon services Going far beyond abstract advice, Cutler makes successful advocacy come to life through sample letters and dialogues, realistic vignettes, practical materials like a detailed classroom observation checklist, and solutions to large and small problems that might arise. One of the most important books a parent will ever have, this is an essential resource for every professional to share with the families they serve. Parents will discover how to become strong, independent, and effective advocates-and their children will get an inclusive and appropriate education that helps them reach their full potential. 
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The Divorce Culture, Barbara Dafoe Whitehead.
5 Barbara Dafoe Whitehead. The Divorce Culture
New York: Knopf 1997 0679432302 / 9780679432302 1st Hard bound New New 1 x 6.5 x 9.5 inches 
The author's Atlantic Monthly article "Dan Quayle Was Right" ignited a media debate on the effects of divorce that rages still. In this book she expands her argument, making it clear Americans need to strengthen their resolve with regard to divorce prevention, new ways of thinking about marriage, and a new consciousness about the meaning of committment. 240 pp. Author tour. Radio satellite tour. 60,000 print. 
Price: 24.00 USD
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Just Me & the Kids: Children's group leader's guide, Barbara Schiller.
6 Barbara Schiller. Just Me & the Kids: Children's group leader's guide
Weston, ON: Singles Ministry Resources 1994 078145056X / 9780781450560 Paperback Very good, nearly fine (Few pages have occasional lead pencil notes/writing) 8.4 x 5.8 x 0.7 inches 
"Just Me & the Kids" offers the help that children need. During 12 weekly meetings children learn to: ● Deal with their feelings ● Know that God still loves them ● Regain their self-esteem ● Accept their family situation Each session includes an activity and theme focused on the specific needs of children in single-parent families. Children are divided by grade groups (preschool, kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th & 6th - plus suggestions for junior and senior high) with a suggested ratio goal of three children per leader. The group are led by trained adults. 
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Creating a
7 Beth Fouse. Creating a "Win-Win IEP" for Students with Autism
Arlington: Future Horizons 1996 1885477287 / 9781885477286 Paperback Like New (Couple of pages have slight dogearing marks) 8.4 x 0.5 x 10.8 inches 
This book is a must-read for every parent or educator who participates in the IEP process. Dr. Fouse takes readers through the entire range of a “child-centered" educational process, from the initial stages of identification and diagnosis to full implementation and monitoring of the individualized education program. She walks you through the process of setting goals and objectives, getting the most out of IEP meetings, determining proper placement, requesting assistive technology, and much more. She explains laws that you will need to know inside and out, such as the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, Section 504, Americans with Disabilities Act, and FERPA. Finally, she lists some common mistakes that schools and parents often make, and gives great advice on how to avoid conflicts. 
Price: 34.95 USD
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Skinnygirl Solutions: Your Straight-Up Guide to Home, Health, Family, Career, Style, and Sex, Bethenny Frankel & Eve Adamson.
8 Bethenny Frankel & Eve Adamson. Skinnygirl Solutions: Your Straight-Up Guide to Home, Health, Family, Career, Style, and Sex
New York: A Touchstone Book 2013 1451667396 / 9781451667394 Hardbound New New 6 x 1.1 x 9 inches 
BETHENNY FRANKEL, FOUR-TIME NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR, ON-THE-GO WORKING MOM, SELF-MADE BUSINESSWOMAN, AND DAYTIME’S NEWEST TALK SHOW HOST, SHARES HER SKINNYGIRL GUIDE TO LIFE: SIMPLE IDEAS, EXTRAORDINARY RESULTS. SKINNYGIRL SOLUTIONS is your guide to having it all without getting overwhelmed. Bethenny’s nononsense advice extends beyond the first adult steps and well into real relationships, established careers, and mommyhood, including: • Living Naturally Thin • Making fresh, healthy food for the table and on the go • Organizing your kitchen, your closet, and even your bathroom • Finding great fashion without breaking the bank • Beauty care essentials • Creating a home that’s a haven • Effortless entertaining • Career planning • Entrepreneur advice • And how to create work-life balance In SKINNYGIRL SOLUTIONS, Bethenny offers hard-won advice on how to maintain a wellbalanced life. In Skinnygirl Wellness, Bethenny updates her advice on how to be Naturally Thin with an all new Quick-Start Plan and tips for getting kids (and the whole family) to eat better without complaints! The Skinnygirl Solutions for Daily Life section reveals Bethenny’s keys to managing a hectic schedule, keeping a beautiful home, and finding time for love, family, and yourself. Lastly, in Skinnygirl on the Job, Bethenny addresses such issues as launching a career that fits with all the other important components of your life, knowing if you’re ready to have your own business, the pros and cons of working from home, the 101 on finance, and what to do when things go wrong. In SKINNYGIRL SOLUTIONS Bethenny gives her always honest take on how to make smart, everyday choices that will lead to a fabulous Skinnygirl life. 
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The Preschooler Problem Solver: Tackling Tough and Tricky Transitions With Your Two-To-Five-Year-Old, Carol Baicker-McKee.
9 Carol Baicker-McKee. The Preschooler Problem Solver: Tackling Tough and Tricky Transitions With Your Two-To-Five-Year-Old
Atlanta: Peachtree Publishers 2009 1561454451 / 9781561454457 1st Paper back New 2.5 x 17.8 x 22.9 cm 
Parenting a preschooler is not for the faint of heart but Carol Baicker-McKee, Ph.D., shows parents how to make the most of the magical years of three and four by helping their children successfully negotiate new expectations and situations in the wider world. The book focuses on the numerous transitions that occur as a child moves from a dependent toddler to a more social, independent preschooler. Each chapter begins with an introduction that highlights specific challenges, discusses relevant developmental issues, and offers ideas, strategies, and resources for how to handle new and often stressful situations. The book also considers the emotional challenges a preschooler can face whether it’s learning to make friends or managing separations through divorce or death. In this one-of-a-kind parenting book written specifically for parents of preschoolers, Baicker-McKee shows moms and dads that there are few preschool problems that can’t be solved with a little patience, a spark of ingenuity, and lots of humor. 
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Bedtime Stories and Book Reports: Connecting Parent Involvement and Family Literacy (Language and Literacy Series), Catherine Compton-Lilly (ed.) & Stuart Greene (ed.).
10 Catherine Compton-Lilly (ed.) & Stuart Greene (ed.). Bedtime Stories and Book Reports: Connecting Parent Involvement and Family Literacy (Language and Literacy Series)
New York: Teachers College Press 2011 0807751359 / 9780807751350 Paper back New 1.3 x 15.9 x 22.2 cm 
This book brings together the newest research on parent involvement and family literacy, two strands of research that rarely exist in conversation with one another. The discussion highlights how race, class, gender, and history serve as potent factors that shape children's school experiences. Each chapter offers portraits of real families and schools that illustrate parents' awareness of their children's school progress, their perceptions of teachers, and their involvement in teaching their children life lessons that extend beyond school achievement. Translating theory into action, this resource: extends conversations about parent involvement and family literacy across time and multiple spaces, home, school, church, and community; challenges accepted notions by listening to parents' counter-stories of how they are involved with their children both in and out of school; and highlights the significance of race, class, gender, religion, sexual preference, and history in literacy learning and schooling. 
Price: 32.95 USD
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Play in Practice: Case Studies in Young Children's Play (Topics in Early Childhood Education series), Cheryl Render Brown (ed.) &  Catherine Marchant (ed.).
11 Cheryl Render Brown (ed.) & Catherine Marchant (ed.). Play in Practice: Case Studies in Young Children's Play (Topics in Early Childhood Education series)
Minnesota: Redleaf Press 2002 1929610092 / 9781929610099 Paper back New 0.8 x 6 x 8.8 inches 
In spite of great advances in the field of early childhood education over the last ten years, questions rather than answers seem to dominate today's professional conversations about young children and classroom practices. Teaching and learning are such messy and complex business that they cannot be reduced to a set of facts, a series of solutions, or a number of guidelines. And just when a question seems to have been answered, other questions arise and beg for investigation. Teaching young children is truly a continual learning process. This book aims to support the lifelong learning of those who work with young children-including, but not limited to, early childhood teachers, child care providers, child life specialists, and early interventionists. 
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The Truth is Longer Than a Lie: Children's Experiences of Abuse and Professional Interventions, Chris Goddard.
12 Chris Goddard. The Truth is Longer Than a Lie: Children's Experiences of Abuse and Professional Interventions
Jessica Kingsley Publishers 2006 1843103176 / 9781843103172 Paper back New 15.2 x 1.1 x 23.5 cm 
All too often child victims of abuse either remain silent or are not listened to when they do decide to speak of their experiences, but The Truth is Longer Than a Lie gives abused children and young people a voice. This groundbreaking book reveals what young victims have to say about abuse and its effects on their lives; their views on the reasons for abuse; their opinions of abusers and non-offending parents; and how they felt about disclosing their experiences. Significantly, this book provides important insights into children's perceptions of the professionals who intervened - to protect them, to prosecute the abuser or to provide therapeutic counselling. The authors examine societal factors that increase children's vulnerability, and propose measures for preventing abuse. They outline the requirements of ethically sound research, including appropriate interviewing techniques, and conclude with recommendations for future research. The Truth is Longer Than a Lie is invaluable reading for social workers, child protection workers, counsellors, legal professionals and anyone working with abused children. 
Price: 39.95 USD
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The Youth Relationships Manual: A Group Approach with Adolescents for the Prevention of woman abuse and the promotion of health relationships, David A. Wolfe...[et al.].
13 David A. Wolfe...[et al.]. The Youth Relationships Manual: A Group Approach with Adolescents for the Prevention of woman abuse and the promotion of health relationships
Thousand Oak: SAGE Publications 1996 0761901949 / 9780761901945 Paperback Very good like a new (Ex-library copy with spine label and stamp) 0.8 x 8.8 x 11.2 inches 
Designed to combat physical and sexual aggression against women and children, this prevention programme manual is based on the premise that the best opportunity for promoting healthy, non-violent relationships is to intervene during adolescence, when peer relationships and interpersonal style become firmly established. The proactive, competency-enhancing programme is designed to build strengths, resilience and coping skills in young people. Carefully developed and tested in the field, the 18-session group training programme that includes three principle sections: informational, skills building, and social action learning opportunities. As a part of the program, teens learn new communication and conflict resolution skills and practice those skills by going out into the community to solve a hypothetical problem situation. 
Price: 118.00 USD
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Losing Our Minds: Gifted Children Left Behind, Deborah L. Ruf.
14 Deborah L. Ruf. Losing Our Minds: Gifted Children Left Behind
Scottsdale: Great Potential Press 2005 0910707707 / 9780910707701 1st Paper back New (Slight shelf wearing) 1.9 x 15.2 x 22.2 cm 
Highly and profoundly gifted children have typical behaviors in early childhood! Written for parents and teachers who work with gifted children, this book describes behaviors of children who are measured at the highest ranges of intelligence. The data indicate many more of these children than previously thought, and show that current tests usually underestimate their abilities. Fascinating vignettes from 50 different families and their highly intelligent children are included, and the children are classified into five Levels of intelligence. Testing, test scores, and interpretations of scores are explained in a new, eye-opening way. Parents and teachers will be able to compare a child’s behaviors and developmental milestones to those of children in the five Levels chapters, and thus estimate their child’s intellectual level and the implications for educational planning. Features include: · Information about testing and ceiling effects · Early developmental milestones · Family concerns · Choosing a school · Five Levels of gifted · Educational concerns · Instructional strategies 
Price: 24.95 USD
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What's Wrong with My Kid?: When Drugs or Alcohol Might Be a Problem and What To Do about It, George E. Leary, Jr.
15 George E. Leary, Jr. What's Wrong with My Kid?: When Drugs or Alcohol Might Be a Problem and What To Do about It
Minnesota: Hazelden 2012 1616491191 / 9781616491192 Paper back Like new Not issued 8.9 x 6 x 0.9 inches Former library copy with usual stamps/stickers.
A down-to-earth, judgment-free guide for parents on recognizing the warning signs of alcohol and drug use in their kids, and getting them the help they need to grow and flourish. Raising a teenager is tough, but when you suspect that your kid is abusing substances, and is possibly addicted, it can feel unmanageable--and it can be hard to know where to find sound advice. You are not alone. Author George E. Leary Jr., MA, was a longtime youth worker when his son became an addict. Through this heart wrenching experience, he changed his life's path and committed to working with those with substance abuse problems. In this straightforward and compassionate guide, he applies his personal experience and expertise to explain: the warning signs of alcohol or drug addiction; how to intervene and find treatment for both the teen and the family; the nature and biology of addiction, and its cause and effect on developing brains and bodies; the co-occurring mental health issues common to teenagers; the role of family in enabling behavior; the types of treatment, including the Twelve Step model; and the role of drugs and alcohol in increasing teen suicide rates. What's Wrong with My Kid? reveals that you aren't alone and that steps can be taken to put your family back together. 
Price: 14.95 USD
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The Bully and Me: Stories that Break the Cycle of Torment, Helen Carmichael Porter.
16 Helen Carmichael Porter. The Bully and Me: Stories that Break the Cycle of Torment
Kelowna: Northstone 2006 1896836798 / 9781896836799 Includes Audio CD. Paper back New 1.3 x 19 x 23.5 cm 
Helen Carmichael Porter has been touring her stories about victims and bullies for over seven years. The stories in The Bully and Me are first person accounts by both victims and bullies. The victims try to change the situation and usually, but not always, succeed. The stories are descriptive narratives of what happens to real people. They are based on Porter's observations, countless interviews, personal experience, and imagination. The book explores the idea that victims and bullies are two sides of the same coin and that the healing of both lies in dealing with this paradox. There is not a lot of real violence in these stories; there is some, and much of it is implied in threats, taunts, gossip, e-mails, gestures, and language. Most of the bullying is teasing and it is always designed to torment and ridicule. The Bully and Me also refers to biblical and folk tales in the comments showing how bullying is not a new problem. This is not a self-help book; it is about listening to and thinking about the stories of bullying that happen everyday in our homes, our schools, and our communities. 
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Learning Without Tears: Identify a Child's Unique Learning Style, Unlock a Child's True Potential, and Turn Tension into Talking, Helyn Connerr.
17 Helyn Connerr. Learning Without Tears: Identify a Child's Unique Learning Style, Unlock a Child's True Potential, and Turn Tension into Talking
London: Watkins Publishing 2008 1905857535 / 9781905857531 Paper back New Not issued 5.3 x 0.8 x 8.5 inches 
"The Mercury Model" is the first accurate and straightforward way of looking at the unique learning styles in your family. Requiring no specialist questionnaires, potentially ambiguous observations or website assessments, it provides everything you need to easily identify how children naturally learn, think and communicate. It invites parents to compare their profile with their children's and see how to best approach and interact with each child. This is a simple step that gives children permission to think in their own ways, empowering them and allowing them to connect with their innate mental strength. Understanding how you and your children think is the first step toward resolving all manner of tensions. Helyn Connerr makes specific suggestions to ensure real communication and help creatively resolve family conflict by celebrating everyone's differences. 
Price: 14.95 USD
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Motherless Mothers: How Mother Loss Shapes the Parents We Become, Hope Edelman.
18 Hope Edelman. Motherless Mothers: How Mother Loss Shapes the Parents We Become
New York: Harpercollins 2006 0060532459 / 9780060532451 1st Hard bound New New 6 x 1.4 x 9 inches Has a remainder mark at bottom.
Consumer health guide offers insight and advice into raising children without the help of a living, maternal guide. Includes motherhood and mourning, pregnancy, labor and delivery, postpartum, getting attached in the mother-child bonding, the absent grandmother, explaining death to kids, and more. Hardcover, softcover available. 
Price: 25.95 USD
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Ordinary Gifted Children: The Power and Promise of Individual Attention, Jessica Hoffmann Davis.
19 Jessica Hoffmann Davis. Ordinary Gifted Children: The Power and Promise of Individual Attention
New York: Teachers College Press 2010 0807750964 / 9780807750964 Paper back New 1.3 x 15.2 x 22.9 cm 
This is the remarkable story of the Hoffmann School for Individual Attention, where the principal believed in a diverse, challenging, and challenged group of students, with extraordinary results. With a definition of gifted that included all children, Ann Hoffmann embraced students that other schools had failed, and she helped them not just to learn, but to learn to love learning. Written with candor and humor by renowned arts educator (and Ann Hoffmann's daughter) Jessica Hoffmann Davis, this portrait will resonate with anyone who has known or been a champion of children. Ann Hoffmann's example will inspire and delight the reader, reminding us of what matters most in education and that if we love what we do, anything is possible. This fascinating narrative addresses the timeless features of teaching and learning with important implications for how we think about curriculum, instruction, and classroom life. The story of the Hoffmann School is an insider's view of a place in time that is more importantly a vision and set of beliefs that can reoccur in anyone's classroom or adult life. 
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Dads and Daughters: How to Inspire, Understand, and Support Your Daughter, Joe Kelly.
20 Joe Kelly. Dads and Daughters: How to Inspire, Understand, and Support Your Daughter
New York: Broadway Books 2002 0767908333 / 9780767908337 1st Hard bound New New 24.3 x 16.2 x 2.4 cm 
Every father can make a huge difference in his daughter’s life. As the primary male role model in a girl’s life, fathers influence their daughters in profound ways, from how they see themselves to what they come to expect from men and the world at large. But men often don’t realize the importance of their interactions or may shy away from too close involvement because of their inexperience, or conditioning. Especially as girls move into adolescence, fathers may find themselves feeling distant from their daughters or awkward with the changing dynamic. Communication becomes difficult and parenting issues more complicated. But this is also the time when daughters most need their fathers to be an even greater presence in their lives. Dads and Daughters is a tool to bridge that gap and build a rewarding and joyful father-daughter relationship. From father to father and with insights from many other dads, Joe Kelly shows men how they can strengthen their relationships with their daughters and explores the tremendous rewards this relationship can bring. Starting with a self-assessment quiz titled “How Am I Doing as My Daughter’s Father?” dads can immediately see what kind of role they play in their daughter’s life. To educate fathers and offer solutions when problems arise, Dads and Daughters then offers thoughtful coverage of the most pivotal issues today’s girls face, such as sex and dating, body image, alcohol and drugs, media culture and violence, money and responsibility, and the future. In doing so he both illuminates the culture our daughters live in and shows fathers how to guide their daughters toward rewarding, healthy lives. 
Price: 23.95 USD
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