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In his groundbreaking new book, noted expert on teenage and adult masculine behavior Andrew Smiler debunks the myth that teenage boys and young men are barely able to control their sex drives, which may lead to destructive hyper-sexuality, unwanted pregnancy, and sexually transmitted diseases. Dr. Smiler helps us recognize that the majority of boys and men do not fit this stereotype and that boys’ sexual development is multi-faceted.
The Energy Bus for Kids shows children ages 4 and up how to overcome negativity, bullies, and everyday challenges to be their best and share their positive energy with others.
Writing in the journal Drug Testing and Analysis, American researcher’s state the argument that marijuana is a harmless drug is no longer valid due to the emergence of ‘high potency’ marijuana and synthetic marijuana which pose a potential real threat for pregnant women.
From trusted New York Times bestselling author Bill Bonner comes a practical, actionable guide to getting and maintaining multigenerational wealth. Family Fortunes: How to Build Family Wealth and Hold on to It for 100 Years by father-and-son team Bill and Will Bonner presents a game-changing new look at family, money, and how the two can come together in exciting, potentially life-altering ways.
Taking iron supplements one to three times a week instead of every day is just as effective at preventing anaemia in pregnant women, according to the findings of a new Cochrane systematic review. The authors of the review also showed that women experienced fewer side effects when taking iron supplements intermittently rather than daily.
People with lower incomes value the institution of marriage just as much as those with higher incomes and have similar romantic standards for marriage, according to a new study published in the Journal of Marriage and Family. The new research suggests that government initiatives to strengthen marriage among low-income populations should move beyond promoting the value of marriage and instead focus on the actual problems that low-income couples face.
From the popular radio series This I Believe comes this touching and thought-provoking compilation of original essays on one of the most fundamental of human relationships-fatherhood. The stories in this collection are engaging and meaningful, reverential and loving, sad and full of yearning - each one bringing memories to life and showing the true meaning of fatherhood.
Artificial Maturity explains how our Generation iY and Homelander kids are growing up over-exposed to information and under-exposed to real-life experiences, causing them to be stressed out and confused, and offers solutions for how parents, teachers, and other youth leaders can help them acheive real maturity.
As children with juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA) grow into adulthood, disability due to disease may adversely affect their ability to achieve educational success. Findings published in Arthritis & Rheumatism, a journal of the American College of Rheumatology (ACR), suggest that functional disability impacts educational attainment, which is key to successful employment in adulthood.
“The central purpose of this book is to draw attention to this “second sexism” and to respond to those who would deny that it exists.”
Based on his research in the field of positive psychology, proven strategies and his work with various organizations, Gordon wrote The Positive Dog: A Story About the Power of Positivity about the choice everyone has to feed the negative or positive dog inside of them. The book not only shares the research and benefits of being positive but also provides strategies and an action plan for people to cultivate positivity in their life and team.
Codependency is sneaky and powerful. It distresses millions of people, whether in or out of a relationship.
The book explains the benefits you and your family might qualify for, how to apply, rules you should know, how Social Security fits into your retirement plans, and much more useful information.
How to be a Good Divorced Dad: Being the Best Parent You Can Be Before, During and After the Break-Up
The first book by a veteran divorce attorney with legal and psychological advice and motivational stories about how fathers can sustain a loving, healthy relationship with their kids after a marriage ends.
Sleep advice from two moms who offer a very smart, proven, enormously useful method to teach both babies and their parents how to sleep all night without interruption. Sleep is something that a baby can and will learn, and they provide an easy three-part method so that mom and dad can preserve their sanity, health, and marriage.
A newly published article in the journal Nursing for Women’s Health highlights the importance of a woman’s ability to time her childbearing. The author asserts that contraception is a means of health promotion and women who work with their health care providers to ensure they are healthy prior to conceiving can minimize their risk of complications during pregnancy and childbirth.
Shirley Roberts discusses her new book, Doris Inc: The Business of Caring for Your Elderly Parents
Children who display multiple psychosomatic symptoms, such as regular aches and pains and sleep and appetite problems, are more than twice as likely to be experiencing physical abuse at home than children who do not display symptoms, according to a study in the March edition of Acta Paediatrica.
Just a few years ago, globalization was in full swing, and the world seemed to be bursting with an infinite supply of business. All this bounty lulled us into taking our customers for granted, maintains Andrew Sobel—until the economy tanked and shattered the illusion of endless prosperity. Suddenly, the old-fashioned “trusted relationship” started to look good again. Authors Andrew Sobel and Jerold Panas share how to build trust just by asking the right questions.