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Making the Best of It: Building on the Bonds Between Parents and Adult Children

Parents and their children are important to each other throughout a lifetime but that does not mean to say that the relationships are always smooth. While their bonds may be close or distant, loving or troubled they are [...]

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Blackbird Summer (Blackbird Series Book 1)

When the world fears you, being Gifted is a curse.In the cornerstone of the rural south, Brooklyn, Mississippi, no one dares make eye contact with the strange Caibre family. Until the rewards are worth the cost. The town [...]

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How to Divorce Your Siblings: practical tools for winning at family dynamics

This book is dedicated to every person out there who has ever had a sibling drive you completely crazy...Inside "How to Divorce Your Siblings" are practical coping tools - new perspectives and even a couple of [...]

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Same Shit, Different Day

If you’ve ever woke up and wondered how in the heck your life got to where it is and if you’re doomed to be stuck there, Same Shit Different Day is your answer.The information Heather Elliott shares in this t [...]

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Keeping Your Mind While They're Losing Theirs: A sometimes humorous, poignant look at dealing with a parent who has alzheimer's or dementia

Fifty years ago, handling Alzheimer’s and Dementia would not have even been a topic of conversation, let alone a book. Your grandparents got old so your parents took care of them. Then when your parents got old, yo [...]

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Pride Aside: A Father's Journey Through His Son's Addiction

Addiction is a disease. So is Cancer. Decades ago we whispered when speaking of a Cancer diagnosis. Today, through awareness, it is appalling to think there was ever a stigma attached to Cancer. Instead we are now vo [...]

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Alzheimer's with a Green Thumb: Gardening as Therapy for People with Dementia & Their Families

Gardening and plant related activities can help enrich the quality of life for those with Alzheimer's, their family and professional caregivers. This is a non-technical book that introduces the field of horticultural the [...]

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Drug Addicts- Prescription Pill Drug Abuse: How to Deal With an Addict Adult, Friend, Family Member, Teen or Teenager Who is Addicted to Medications (Prescription Pill Drug Abuse Help)

How to Deal With A Person Addicted to Pills – Prescription Drug AbusePrescription pill addiction is a growing problem in the US and also in other places around the world. This addiction can take a hold of many diff [...]

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Growing Up In A Narcissistic Home: The Pain Of The Scapegoat Child

Imagine waking up knowing that every single minute of every single day you are under close scrutiny. That nothing you could ever do or say was right. You will be lied about, gossiped about and your character assassinated [...]

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Renegade's Guide to Stopping Bullies: A practical guide for parents who need quick solutions to bullying

You’ve seen it happen, you’ve had it happen to you and you know it’s going to happen tomorrow. Bullying happens everywhere all the time. But it doesn’t have to keep happening to you or people you [...]

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Taking Control: Cracking the Code to Happiness

About the Author 35 years, and hundreds of deals ago, David Blake Chatfield began his career as an attorney and manager, representing global companies, music artists and producers, and motion pic [...]

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From Mayhem to Maturity (Almost): A Survival Guide for Parents of Middle School Girls

About the Author Dr. Kathleen Benyo has experienced both sides of students' lives: as a teacher and school administrator and as a mom of five. This is her first, but not last, book about middle s [...]

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Caught Up in a Story: Fostering a Storyformed Life of Great Books & Imagination with Your Children

About the Author Sarah Clarkson is a writer and speaker fascinated by the power of story. She studied children's literature at Oxford, and is the author of Read for the Heart (a parent's guide to [...]

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Plot to Plate: Grow, Cook, Create!: A Seasonal Activity-Cookbook for the Whole Family

Plot to Plate: Grow, Cook, Create! provides a practical, seasonal journey through food life for young children (PK-grade 2), their families, and teachers. Developed by early childhood educators, this nonfiction children' [...]

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One Hundred & Twenty Five Bell Families Contribute To History

About the Author This book, written with the help of his wife Fran, is his fourth tome on the Bell family. (See copyright page). Their primary book ?Bell Roots?, has been called by some the ?Bibl [...]

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Money Matters for Parents and Their Kids

Money Matters for Parents and Their Kids Read more [...]

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Kid-ganize!: Teaching Kids To Be Organized (The Get Organized Book Series) (Volume 2)

About the Author Kristi is a mom and an organizer at heart working in multimedia and television production who loves writing and illustrating. She currently lives in Washington D.C. with her orga [...]

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101 Ways to Play with a 2-year-old: Educational Fun for Toddlers and Parents (Learning Games) (Volume 3)

A must-have for parents and day-care centers who want to keep their youngsters occupied and smiling every day. Choose an activity from 3 levels of difficulty and 11 different categories of games carefully selected and su [...]

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Autism & The Rest of Us: How to Sustain a Healthy, Functional, and Satisfying Relationship with a Person on the Autism Spectrum

Help for those who want to make a meaningful connection with a person with autism, enrich the quality of life or learn practical information useful to anyone who needs to relate to someone on the Autism Spectrum. Helpfu [...]

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