Introducing"Reclaiming Your Life"- Surviving Emotionally Immature Parents by Best selling Author Asher Wells
Do you know that growing up with emotionally unstable parents can leave you lonely and abandoned? You can find it challenging to set limits and to express your feelings. And when you establish an adult relationship, you may even be more susceptible to people.
You may remember your own childhood life when your emotional needs have not been met, your feelings have been ignored, or when you have taken responsibility as adults to ...
This book is about a break up that I went through about 3 years ago and how hard its been for me to get through it. Break ups are always hard to get over. The one that I specifically went through was very hard. I felt connected to that person and my love for them was just over the top. I was madly in love even though they didn't know it. Love is a tricky thing. I've been through many relationships and that specific breakup was the hardest.
Peter Poo, the magical story of a poo that only wants one thing out of life.
To be free!
Written with the unique humour of Papa G and with a healthy dose of emotional blackmail, Peter Poo is sure to get your little ones thinking twice about that diaper.
Love is not always easy. Loving Adam was never an option it was a destiny. Secrets and lies pushed them apart, follow Jules journey into the past to find the courage to heal from the day Adam was cut off from her life. Forgiveness is not a feeling, but a choice. Jules made that choice in order to open her heart to feel love again. Right in the middle of Jules ordinary life, love gives us a fairy tale.
After a child is diagnosed with Tourette Syndrome parents have many questions regarding the disorder. Here is a first person narrative from an adult who grew up with Tourette Syndrome. Based on my own experience, this book offers insights, advice, and resources helpful to anyone as they navigate various aspects of life with Tourette.
*Do you have to work?
*Are you getting ready to send your child off to pre-school?
*Is it time for your child to attend junior-high or high school?
*Are you dropping your child off at college?
*Does your child need to change schools?
*Are you afraid to let your child play in your neighborhood?
*Does your child walk or catch the bus to and from school?
*Are you afraid to leave your child alone with anyone?
It happens everyday that someone has to leave their child with a relative, a neighbor, a stranger, a friend, or in a new ...
Are you part of the Sandwich Generation?
By 2030, there will be 72.1 million Americans aged 65 and over. That's 82% more than today. By 2040 there will be 14 million aging Americans 85 or older. That's an alarming statistic. Are you prepared for its impact on you and your family? Right now more and more adult children are facing the dilemma of aging parents and elderly family members. Do you know what you can do to help your aging loved ones? The answer is "plenty." In Dealing with Aging Parents and Elderly Family Members - 52 ...
So you can make a bomb out of chewing gum and a matchstick and you know how to swing Swedish porn as a tax deduction. You can tell Tiffany bling from a Bangkok Fugazi, and are familiar with the maze of modern living, but do you know the courteous formula for declining casual sex? Or the exact stage of a party at which nudity becomes a social obligation?
Would it kill you to say please? is for people more interested in figuring out how to deal with a patronising boss than in penning scented thank-you notes. It's for those who find ...
Bob and his mischievous friend, Mary had a grand performance planned at the Fourth of July picnic for Republications' in 1938. The young children soon found out that mash potatoes, baked beans, cooked carrots, fried chicken and potato salad do not mix well with tainted lemonade. Join Bob Olson in this hilarious farce that will make even the staunchest Republican break out in laughter.
Sploring with Papa is a children's book to encourage them to develop their curiosity. It is also a designed to promote grandparents and their grandchildren to do some of those interesting things in life together. Adventures don't have to be high tech, but just showing them some of those simple things in life. They provide great teaching opportunities.
I tell this story through my granddaughter, Trinity, because she likes to tell stories. I want to encourage the involvement of grandchildren with their grandparents. They certainly ...