For too many families, the postpartum period brings unexpected pain and devastation when depression enters the picture. The anticipated joy and pleasure of parenthood is replaced with feelings of fear, sadness, anger, confusion and resentment. When partners have the right information, they will not only gain a better understanding of the illness and its impact, they will also feel better themselves.
"This book was extremely helpful!"
What Am I Thinking contains essential information for a woman and her family who plan on having another baby after a previous experience with postpartum depression. With this resource and available knowledge in hand, they are likely to feel more empowered, enabling them to proceed with confidence.
Parents are often faced with the question: what is the best way to discipline a child most effectively? Children that undergo physical punishment may experience shame, guilt, and physical and emotional pain. Perhaps physical punishment is viewed as an affective discipline tool by many; but is it effective and psychologically safe in the long term? This audiobook provides tried and true parenting interventions and suggestions that address the needs of both the child and the parent.
"For people with no common sense"
This is a story of the Furrtails, a family of rabbits who live in their burrow next to Mr. Villman's farm. Sammy is not as quick and smart as his younger brother, and soon finds himself stuck in a cage and unable to get out. Each rabbit must use his or her "special" gifts to help free Sammy from the trap.