Raised by My Child

Reflections on Raising a Child with Special Needs

Author: Sally D. Yantis-Grube

Publisher: Outskirts Press



Page: 88

View: 342

Ever wonder what it's like to parent a child with special needs? This book is a compilation of reflections I have had over the years, as I grew as a mom of a child with special needs. The main purpose of this book is two-fold; firstly, it is to give a glimpse into the lives of families who raise children with special needs - particularly for educators, medical professionals, case workers, law makers, and care providers. Secondly, it is to reach out to other families who have had similar experiences as I have, in order to give them hope, and validate their feelings as they travel on a similar journey.

My Baby Was Raised by a Human

Miracles Never Cease

Author: Marcine Mushock

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation


Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 24

View: 218

A mother squirrel's baby is cat abducted and assumed dead; she is thrilled to discover that her baby lives. How will she get her back?

Permission to Parent

How to Raise Your Child with Love and Limits

Author: MD Berman, Robin

Publisher: HarperWave


Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 272

View: 122

Children used to be seen and not heard. Now they are the center of their parents' universe. We need to find a graceful middle way. Parents today seem skittish about asserting their parental authority. They indulge children's demands, tantrums, and endless negotiations for fear of hurting their children's feelings. Sadly, this is creating a generation of psychologically fragile kids, and parents are undermining the very self-esteem they are trying so earnestly to build. "Tiger mom," "helicopter parent," "the cool dad"—between these extremes lies a better way to raise thriving, well-adjusted children.

Help I'm Raising My Children Alone

A Guide for Single Parents and Those Who Sometimes Feel They Are Single

Author: T.D. Jakes

Publisher: Charisma Media


Category: Religion

Page: 224

View: 267

The loss of a spouse through death, divorce, or even abandonment can leave a mom or dad feeling uncertain about how to pull the family together and raise spiritually healthy children. In this best-selling book, Bishop T. D. Jakes, the father of five children, offers hope, encouragement, and biblical advice for single parents--and for those who feel as if they are single. Using discussion questions, interactive parent/child activities, and prayers at the end of each chapter, Jakes helps you learn how to embrace your family’s future and let go of your painful past as you reflect on topics including: Learn how to accept unexpected changes. Know that past failure does not prevent future success. Learn how to love imperfect people. Turn pain into power. Know that it is OK to ask for help.

Mentoring Your Child to Win

The 7 Breakthrough Keys How a Single Former Welfare

Author: Arlene Karian

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform


Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 152

View: 861

Author Arlene Karian opens the door to success for millions of parents now – and in the future. In "Mentoring Your Child To Win: The 7 Breakthrough Keys How A Single Former Welfare Mom Raised A Multi-Millionaire Kid", Arlene – “The Parenting Mentor” – provides you with a proven plan she created for herself and is now available to all who shape a child's consciousness.Easy and enjoyable to follow, parents will find the tools to create a bond with their children in an exciting new way. Recently validated by science, Arlene's system will open a whole new world of possibilities, empowering you to raise extraordinary children and also uplift you and your entire life in the process.The simple secret: Arlene became a mentor to her son by following a simple original system. Now you can use Arlene's "Road Map to 21st Century Parenting" system to help your children avoid negative outside influences and achieve great things, so they become what they were meant to become.In "Mentoring Your Child To Win: The 7 Breakthrough Keys How A Single Former Welfare Mom Raised A Multi-Millionaire Kid," you'll discover:• The 7 Keys to 21st Century Parenting• The 3 Scientific Research Secrets about Parenting• How To Mentor Your Child to Excel• How to Raise an Extraordinary Child• How To Get Your Kid To Say 'No' to Outside InfluencesPlus a lot more detailed, step-by-step guidance, inspiration, and help for parents and guardians to modernize parenting with a new breakthrough approach to interface with these troubled times.In addition, the book reveals:• Detoxing Your Mind: An Innovative Way to De-stress• How To Effortlessly Organize Your Day • Keeping The Love Alive In Spite Of Dishes, Laundry and Texting“Mentoring is the new way,” Arlene says. “I raised my son to excel while on welfare. It's because I blended parenting with mentoring that my son became so extraordinary, successful, and a living role model of my work. Helping all parents bring out the best in their children, whatever that might be, is now my passion.”Arlene believes that true wealth comes from the wisdom of the one who is shaping a child's life. Her book will guide you on an incredible new journey toward that end.Mentoring Your Child To Win: The 7 Breakthrough Keys – How A Single, Former Welfare Mom Raised A Multi-Millionaire Kid brings solutions for parenting in the 21st Century.

Daughter Raised by Grandmom

Evolved from Emotional Trauma

Author: Delia L. Adams

Publisher: Balboa Press


Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 122

View: 691

I was a daughter who never bonded with my biological mother because of her decision to give me to my paternal grandmother to be raised from birth. Seeds of rejection and abandonment took root and affected me in every area of my life and developed a defense mechanism that prevented me from trusting others.

How to Raise Children of Destiny

Imparting Purpose from Generation to Generation

Author: Patricia Morgan

Publisher: Destiny Image Pub


Category: Religion

Page: 210

View: 485

Dr. Patricia Morgan boldly calls godly parents to raise their children to become future leaders. This important book points the way for determined parents who want to successfully raise children of promise for the 21st century.

Independently Raised

Neglected, Forgotten & Underestimated

Author: Dr. Erika Jones BA MPA Ph.D.

Publisher: AuthorHouse


Category: Self-Help

Page: 192

View: 548

Growing up in an economically disadvantaged environment, with divorced parents created a challenge as a child. From moving constantly, to losing her virginity in middle school, to becoming a teen mom, life just wasn’t easy. Being raised by a single struggling mom and becoming a single struggling mom at age 15, created many painful moments. Experiencing life without a father in the home and having a working mom, left a void that resulted in raising her own self. Without proper guidance, bad decisions were made especially in regard to men. From failure in every relationship from friendships, marriage, and even complications with family members, it was easy to feel neglected and forgotten. Nothing is better when all that negativity is turned into positivity. The only way to do so is to work on your inner self, face the truth, weather the storm, and learn to love yourself. The best outcome in life is becoming successful when you are underestimated. However, to get there, you must deal with some unwanted, unrevealed truths even if it hurts.

Not Like My Mother

Becoming a Sane Parent After Growing up in a Crazy Family

Author: Irene Tomkinson, MSW

Publisher: AuthorHouse


Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 180

View: 419

Not Like My Mother This book is a gift for anyone who has ever said, I am NOT going to raise my kids the way I was raised!! If you are trying to be the parent you always wanted and didnt get, Irene will teach you why it is more effective that you be the parent your children need not the one you needed. How to separate what belongs to your history and what belongs in your present life is some of the rich, practical advice you will take away from Not Like My Mother. In the early distribution of Not Like My Mother readers reported they couldnt put the book down. It reads like a compelling novel with a human and spiritual insight that makes you feel a part of the conversation. YOU WILL WANT THIS BOOK FOR ALL YOURFAMILY AND FRIENDS!!!!!

Organically Raised

Conscious Cooking for Babies and Toddlers: A Cookbook

Author: Anni Daulter

Publisher: Rodale Books


Category: Cooking

Page: 224

View: 681

A cookbook with a conscience, Organically Raised shows parents how to replace bland processed shelf staples with flavorful, pesticide-free meals that babies will love, laying the groundwork for a lifetime of good nutrition and enthusiastic eating. Organically Raised shows families how easy it is to make safe, wholesome food at home and create lasting family mealtime rituals. The simple, seasonal purées for new babies and inventive recipes from around the world for toddlers and young children provide parents with all of the tools they need to raise adventurous eaters. The cookbook also includes important information about nutrition for children, common food allergies, a handy feeding journal, and inspiring "Mama Mantras" to help parents prepare meals that nurture their children's bodies, minds, and spirits. With photographs featuring delicious, healthy baby food and recipes that focus on a few basic fresh ingredients, Organically Raised makes cooking for babies and young toddlers easy and appealing to even the most inexperienced cook.

A Mom And Her 3 Kids

Partnership Parenting: How I Raised My Kids And My Kids Raised Me!

Author: M. Ramona Bryson-Dorsey




Page: 109

View: 668

After 23 years of parenting and being inspired by people in her and her children's communities over the years asking her how did she raise three amazing children, Ramona is now sharing her best strategies. Her approach begins with partnership.Whether you're a new parent, or a seasoned parent with one child or multiple kids, it's a good bet you did not receive a manual on raising your child(ren) when you left the hospital.This book is filled with Ramona's secrets, along with accounts and feedback from her children. Ramona opens each chapter by sharing personal stories regarding her experience as a mother and her different approaches to parenting. As a follow-up, her children share their experience and how partnership parenting impacted them."Partnership Parenting" provides personal insights into how to create your own unique partnership with your child(ren) that can make all the difference. If you want to learn some new strategies while receiving some great insights into the world of parenting from fun-loving stories, this is the book for you.We hope you will be touched, moved and inspired, and gain some freedom with new alternatives in the area of parenting. Enjoy!

My Children, My Home

Author: Wonder Guchu

Publisher: Michigan State University Press


Category: Fiction

Page: 54

View: 781

The African countryside teems with killers, seers, dreamers and fighters. In a feat of angry jealous, a man manufacturers a storm to snatch away roofs from school buildings. Reason: "Why is it they don't want to name the school after me?" A village pleads with a very sick old man to die but he refuses. And then they learn chillingly, that he has the powers to keep death away. Then there is the wonder boy, Sorotiya. The life of Sorotiya is the life of a little being who has not only settled on being little, but has since won the power that little people have over big people.

Essex Wills

The Archdeaconry Courts, 1577-1584

Author: Essex Record Office



Category: Decedents' estates

Page: 272

View: 351

If You've Raised Kids, You Can Manage Anything

Leadership Begins at Home

Author: Ann Crittenden

Publisher: Gotham


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 274

View: 948

Explains why the lessons learned by parents from raising a child are applicable in a business situation, exploring such key parenting skills as multitasking, sharpening negotiation skills, and enhancing a sense of fair play.

But how Will You Raise the Children?

A Guide to Interfaith Marriage

Author: Steven Carr Reuben



Category: Social Science

Page: 252

View: 282

Examines the problems encountered by couples of different faiths when they decide to get married, and offers advice in dealing with resistance from parents, relatives, and friends

Why is My Baby Crying?

The 7-minute Program for Soothing the Fussy Baby

Author: Bruce Taubman

Publisher: Touchstone


Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 165

View: 948

Tells how to interpret a baby's cry, identify the needs it represents, and follow a calming procedure, and discusses the parent-child relationship

How to Raise Good Kids

Author: Barbara Cook

Publisher: Bethany House Pub


Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 187

View: 557