I Hate Other People S Kids


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Oh, the blasmphemy! You're not supposed to hate children! They're adorable ... aren't they? Well, it's said that children are the greatest gift of all. But that doesn't mean you want to be seated next to one on a plane, does it? For the first time, Adrianne Frost lifts the lid on one of our last taboos, and reveals that not all kids are likeable. In fact some are positively crying out to be hated. In this hilarious handbook she guides you through all you need to know about hating Other People's Kids through history, categorising subspecies of brat and turning the tables on tearaways without appearing childish yourself. Learn to navigate kids in public places, and discover all the things parents like to think are cute about their kids, but are not. And what will you have learned when you come to the end of Frost's rant? That there's a lot more to hate than you first thought.

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Author by Adrianne Frost
Genre eBook Child psychology
Read Book 112
ISBN Number 0755317416

Add Kids Stir Briskly Or How I Learned To Love My Life


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Annotation Funny, insightful and honest, this is the story of one young woman's astonished discovery of the complexities of motherhood.

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Author by Jo Owens
Genre eBook Family & Relationships
Read Book 182
ISBN Number 0920663664

How Not To Hate Your Husband After Kids


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A hilariously candid account of one woman's quest to bring her post-baby marriage back from the brink, with life-changing, real-world advice. "Get this for your pregnant friends, or yourself." --People Recommended by Nicole Cliffe in Slate Featured in People Picks A Red Tricycle Best Baby and Toddler Parenting Book of the year One of Mother magazine's favorite parenting books of the year How Not To Hate Your Husband After Kids tackles the last taboo subject of parenthood: the startling, white-hot fury that new (and not-so-new) mothers often have for their mates. After Jancee Dunn had her baby, she found that she was doing virtually all the household chores, even though she and her husband worked equal hours. She asked herself: How did I become the 'expert' at changing a diaper? Many expectant parents spend weeks researching the best crib or safest car seat, but spend little if any time thinking about the titanic impact the baby will have on their marriage - and the way their marriage will affect their child. Enter Dunn, her well-meaning but blithely unhelpful husband, their daughter, and her boisterous extended family, who show us the ways in which outmoded family patterns and traditions thwart the overworked, overloaded parents of today. On the brink of marital Armageddon, Dunn plunges into the latest relationship research, solicits the counsel of the country's most renowned couples' and sex therapists, canvasses fellow parents, and even consults an FBI hostage negotiator on how to effectively contain an "explosive situation." Instead of having the same fights over and over, Dunn and her husband must figure out a way to resolve their larger issues and fix their family while there is still time. As they discover, adding a demanding new person to your relationship means you have to reevaluate--and rebuild--your marriage. In an exhilarating twist, they work together to save the day, happily returning to the kind of peaceful life they previously thought was the sole province of couples without children. Part memoir, part self-help book with actionable and achievable advice, How Not To Hate Your Husband After Kids is an eye-opening look at how the man who got you into this position in this first place is the ally you didn't know you had.

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Author by Jancee Dunn
Genre eBook Family & Relationships
Read Book 288
ISBN Number 9780316267113

You Made Me Love You


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Having pursued their individual dreams and aspirations, the three Zarr sisters--Hollywood film editor Estelle, New York writer Erica, and Jessie, married to a doctor with two children--have somehow become somewhat disenchanted with their lives and set out to rediscover the meaning of love and happiness. Original. 35,000 first printing.

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Author by Joanna Goodman
Genre eBook Family & Relationships
Read Book 391
ISBN Number 0451218531

Painting Without Permission


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Examines the phenomenon of hip-hop graffiti, a youth subculture that has global proportions among youth struggling to construct personal identities, and how teachers can use it as a resource for motivating adolescents.

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Author by Janice Rahn
Genre eBook Social Science
Read Book 225
ISBN Number 0897898109

Public Papers Of The Presidents Of The United States William J Clinton 1996 Book 2 July 1 To December 31 1996


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Contains the papers and speeches of the 42d President of the United States as issued by the Office of the Press Secretary during the period July 1-December 31, 1996. Includes indexes. Item 574-A. Related items: Public Papers of the Presidents collection can be found here: https://bookstore.gpo.gov/catalog/public-papers-presidents

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Author by National Archives and Records Administration
Genre eBook Political Science
Read Book 1281
ISBN Number 0160636892

Bitch


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Author by
Genre eBook Feminism
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ISBN Number STANFORD:36105123043759

Mothering


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First published in 1994. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

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Author by Evelyn Nakano Glenn
Genre eBook Social Science
Read Book 288
ISBN Number 9781134953073

Adolescence


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Uses the latest research findings and influential theoretical viewpoints to convey what is known about adolescent development, how the behavior of young people can best be understood and what the adolescence experience is like for teenagers and those around them. Features extensive individual examples and first-person accounts of young adults. Special attention is paid to social and cultural aspects, such as bicultural environments, growing up in divorced or reconstituted families, physical or sexual abuse, homosexuality, etc. This edition contains expanded discussions of cognitive development and adolescence theories and a new chapter on social cognition.

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Author by Douglas C. Kimmel
Genre eBook Family & Relationships
Read Book 620
ISBN Number UCSC:32106012239346

Raising Good Humans


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“A wise and fresh approach to mindful parenting.” —Tara Brach, author of Radical Acceptance A kinder, more compassionate world starts with kind and compassionate kids. In Raising Good Humans, you’ll find powerful and practical strategies to break free from “reactive parenting” habits and raise kind, cooperative, and confident kids. Whether you’re running late for school, trying to get your child to eat their vegetables, or dealing with an epic meltdown in the checkout line at a grocery store—being a parent is hard work! And, as parents, many of us react in times of stress without thinking—often by yelling. But what if, instead of always reacting on autopilot, you could respond thoughtfully in those moments, keep your cool, and get from A to B on time and in one piece? With this book, you’ll find powerful mindfulness skills for calming your own stress response when difficult emotions arise. You’ll also discover strategies for cultivating respectful communication, effective conflict resolution, and reflective listening. In the process, you’ll learn to examine your own unhelpful patterns and ingrained reactions that reflect the generational habits shaped by your parents, so you can break the cycle and respond to your children in more skillful ways. When children experience a parent reacting with kindness and patience, they learn to act with kindness as well—thereby altering generational patterns for a kinder, more compassionate future. With this essential guide, you’ll see how changing your own “autopilot reactions” can create a lasting positive impact, not just for your kids, but for generations to come. An essential, must-read for all parents—now more than ever. “To raise the children we hope to raise, we have to learn to become the person we hoped to be…. This wonderful book will help you handle the ride.” —KJ Dell’Antonia, author of How to Be a Happier Parent “Hunter Clarke-Fields shares her wisdom and personal experience to help parents create peaceful families.” —Joanna Faber and Julie King, coauthors of How to Talk So Little Kids Will Listen

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Author by Hunter Clarke-Fields
Genre eBook Family & Relationships
Read Book 184
ISBN Number 9781684033904