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In the past twenty years, the number of children diagnosed with autism has exponentially grown; from 1 in 10,000 to as much as 1 in 150. For the millions of parents raising children with autism, the journey can be overwhelming, confusing, and stifling – not to mention costly. Instead of enabling professionals to define their child’s capabilities, parents need resources to help them gain the knowledge, compassion, and insight to trust themselves.
New research from the Journal of Marriage and Family shows that children born outside of marriage are less likely to be visited by their father when the mother is involved in a new romantic relationship.
Resiliency; the ability to bounce back, with love and humor intact, whether from internal conflicts between family members or external stress from finances, jobs, schools, and illnesses. According to Dr. Scott Haltman’s survey of over 1,000 people on DrScott.com, the number one indicator of a successful family is the ability to stick together through turbulent times. This breaking news is just one of many surprising new findings that can offer tangible hope to families not only in crisis, but also to those looking to strengthen their bond during this period of uncertainty.
Authenticity is the new buzzword. Whether in our professional or personal lives, we talk about fostering genuine and transparent relationships. But due to our familiar upbringings, social norms, and personal fears, we don’t always follow through on our desire to be our true selves. We need help practicing what we preach.
DR. RUTH'S TOP TEN SECRETS FOR GREAT SEX: How to Enjoy it, Share it, and Love it Each and Every Time
America’s most beloved sex therapist, Dr. Ruth Westheimer, prescribes a remedy for lackluster sex lives in her new book.
Drawing on twenty-five years of academic research and clinical field study, Micheal Gurian provides readers with stage-by-stage developmental tools for understanding their child’s one-of-a-kind genetic predisposition.
NOW IN PAPERBACK, this ground-breaking book got people talking about the revolutionary idea that women could enjoy their marriages more, if they would only learn how to do less.
All parents want to provide their baby with safe and responsible care during pregnancy, childbirth and the first year of life. Equally important is avoiding unhealthy nutrition, toxic ingredients in soaps, household cleaners, paints, clothing, and using non-biodegradable materials that create a waste that cannot be recycled. Dr. Alan Greene has been a pioneer and leading voice of the green baby movement as a parent, pediatrician, teacher at Stanford University Medical School and a leading spokesperson at conferences and keynotes across the country. Now, his ground-breaking new book helps environmentally conscious parents make healthy product and lifestyle choices.
In THE MINDS OF BOYS: Saving Our Sons from Falling Behind in School and Life (Jossey-Bass/Wiley; March 2007; $15.95/Paper), blockbuster bestselling author Michael Gurian and educator Kathy Stevens reveal the reasons boys today are having more difficulty learning than girls, and offer proven strategies for parents and educators in order to help them better teach and empower young males. This revolutionary book, now if paperback, confronts what he and a lot of other parents and teachers in this country truly believe to be a "boy's crisis."