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Open Adoption, Open Heart: (book 1) An Adoptive Father's Inspiring True Story (Glass Half-Full Adoption Memoirs) by Russell Elkins (Inky's Nest Publishing) 4.3 Stars (60 Reviews)    Price verified 5 hours ago

The Glass Half-Full Adoption Memoirs series has won multiple awards, including North American Book Awards and Idaho Author Awards three consecutive years. Everybody knows what adoption is, but adoption has changed dramatically over recent decades. "Open adoptions" used to be unheard of, but have quickly become the norm over recent years. Open adoptions create an opportunity for biological parents to remain connected with the child even after the adoption takes place. Emotionally, this is still largely uncharted territory for everybody involved and relationships can be difficult to navigate. Although these connections can be stressful and challenging, they are also beautiful and inspiring. Whether you are simply someone interested in an amazing and touching story, or whether you are hoping to be educated on what it might be like to walk a mile in the shoes of an adoptive parent, Russell Elkins holds nothing back as he takes you along for the ride. Told from the point of view of an adoptive father, the journey Russell and his wife took is such a roller coaster ride you would think this true story was fiction. Book 1: Open Adoption, Open Heart Russell and Jammie have struggled with infertility issues for years before deciding that adoption is right way to build their family. They quickly find out that adoption is not as simple as filling out some paperwork and waiting for the right child to join them at home. Sometimes adoptions fall through. People change their mind. Hearts are often broken during the process. The actual adoption does not take place at the end of the book because it is by no means the end of the story -- it's the midpoint of the journey as adoption relationships have only just begun. Book 2: Open Adoption, Open Arms Russell and Jammie thought their second adoption would be a bit easier since they had already gone through the process once before and knew better what to expect. They were wrong. A new situation and new relationships came ...

Genre: Parenting & Relationships [x]
Length: 80 Pages (554 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 31st, 2020

First Aid: Kids’ Anger Management: Prevent Your Child from Becoming a Bully! The Solution to Managing Sudden Anger and Helping Your Child Stay ... by Libera Publishing 4.4 Stars (12 Reviews)    Price verified 23 hours ago

Do you want to Uncover the Secrets behind Kids' Anger Management, Coping Strategies and more? Looking to Discover how these Vital Techniques can Help you Achieve more in your Life and Relationships? Then keep reading. The subtle psychological art of Anger Management is a fundamental skill in today's world - everyone uses it in one form or another. Whether it's getting that satisfaction, helping your kids in dealing with anger and feelings, or being a successful parent or a guardian, the power of Anger Management is the one thing that stands between you and your children. This guide uncovers the secrets of Kids' Anger Management, coping skills, and influence, giving you a clear and detailed insight into most diverse and unique techniques involving Anger Management, and other essential skills. Whether you want to harness subconscious techniques to achieve your parental goals, or if you're looking to protect your kid from bullying by others, inside this book, you'll learn: • Anger Management for Children, it's Importance and Impact on Life • Coping with Bullies • Anger Management Techniques • Good Character for Kids: How to Teach Patience to Your Kids • Treating Anxiety in Kids • Helping Children Deal with their Feelings • And much more... Have you ever been Bullied? Maybe you were the one Bullying others? Then you know for a fact that bullying is not a game or a joke for either side. The Center for Disease Control reports that students who are both targets of bullying and who engage in bullying behavior themselves are at greater risk for mental health and behavioral problems compared to students who only bully or are only bullied. Although bullying has no age limits, it usually starts with school-aged children. According to the Center for Disease Control, students who experience bullying are at an increased risk for poor school adjustment, sleep difficulties, anxiety, and depression. That is why it is very important to teach kids ...

Genre: Parenting & Relationships [x]
Length: 159 Pages (1,078 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 30th, 2020
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