Food on the tray, food on the floor, more food on the face than in the mouth, food refusals and a temper tantrum or two thrown in. Wouldn't it be great to have some practical advice on how to handle the messiest eater in the world, the toddler? Well, that's just what Parenting Guide for Toddler Eating offers. This focused ebook provides an understanding of toddler behavior and how best to manage feeding your tolddler without having a nervous breakdown!
"No tips it sucks I want my money back"
The best sex you ever had? After 40? It's a claim that Calvin A. Colarusso, M.D, master clinician, backs up in his latest book, while explaining the biology and psychology of the middle years. Believe the myth that sexual function always decreases after you hit the big four-zero? Not true! This text guides you through the joys of intimacy you couldn't begin to understand in your teens, the benefits of sex within a long-term committed relationship, and healthy adaptations as our bodies change and the years pass.
"Quality Over Quantity and Enjoying More Than Ever!"
Is there really such a thing as a midlife crisis - a true crisis in a person's life that happens in midlife? Yes, there is. But fortunately for most of us, it is a fairly rare event. Unlike the midlife crisis, a midlife transition is a quasi-universal reaction to the major changes that take place in midlife, mentally, physically and in relationships. This book describes the powerful, dynamic forces that underlie both the midlife crisis and midlife transition and provides, through clinical case material, a detailed description of each.
Child psychiatrist, Calvin Colarusso M.D., has been evaluating and treating children for 50 years. He writes in a simple direct style that makes it possible for parents to take the first step toward getting an evaluation of their child with less apprehension and greater understanding of the procedures involved. What Parents Need to Know About Choosing a Therapist for Their Child is a roadmap directing parents toward a solution for existing problems and a path to healthy development for your child.