Each of the four books in the series offers real advice from women who have been there, done that, and want other moms to benefit from their trials and triumphs. A perfect gift for baby showers, Mother's Day, or any day, these audio volumes are perfect to download to your audio device and take along in an overstuffed diaper bag. They're designed for the mom who can only find a few minutes of peace each day to listen.
The New Mom's Guide to Dealing with Dad helps moms understand the special pressures that new dads feel. It shows how you can help your husband find his own fathering style, how the two of you can stay connected during those chaotic days, and how you can put each other first. You can do this! The New Mom's Guides are here to help.
A collection of the best science fiction prose written in 2006 from some of the genre's greatest authors, including James Patrick Kelly, Wil McCarthy, Susan Palwick, Tom Purdom, Robert Reed, Michael Swanwick, James Van Pelt, Howard Waldrop, Alastair Reynolds, Ian McDonald, Mary Rosenblum, Stephen Leigh, and Joe Haldeman.
"Good collection, uneven narration"
The New Mom's Guide to Your Body After Baby helps you navigate the bewildering world of breastfeeding, resuming sexual activity, and finding something - anything - in your closet that will fit. It also shows you how to weather the emotional storms that inevitably follow having a baby. With the insights in this audiobook you will be on your way to celebrating the new you in no time. You can do this! The New Mom's Guides are here to help.
This book will guide the reader into this mystery of ADHD that is, and has, affected so many lives addressing everything from demographics, to gender and diet, to medicinal treatment. ADHD has caused a great deal of controversy and discussion in recent years and continues to leave many with unanswered questions as to its definition, symptoms, causes, treatment, medications and so much more.
In the age of increasing globalization, corporate diversity in America remains relevant. Studies have shown that companies with greater diversity at the executive level outperform their competitors. In this episode of Edgewise, Susan Reed, author of The Diversity Index, explains ways employers are leveraging diversity by empowering their employees to create new products and explore untapped markets as well as how to broaden their spectrum of emerging leaders.