Free: Legacy of Absence: Resolving the Wounds from Uninvolved Fathers In Individuals, Families, and Society

Legacy of Absence: Resolving the Wounds from Uninvolved Fathers In Individuals, Families, and Society

Despite all the progress in our world-from advancing human rights to life-saving technology, there is a wound that has spread to every corner of society. It affects individuals, families, businesses, and communities. In fact, evidence shows almost every problem in our society can be traced back to this root cause: FATHERS WHO ARE UNINVOLVED IN THE LIVES OF THEIR CHILDREN The Reality• Whatever the reason for the father’s absence-work, addictions, divorce, or even death-the negative impact on children is the same.• The impact of uninvolvement continues for the child’s entire life, affecting school, work, finances, relationships, and emotional well-being.• Without intervention to stop the cycle, the effects will likely pass onto the next generation. There is Hope• It is never too late to understand and bring healing to the father wound.• Even a physically absent father can be involved with his children.• To some extent, every one of us fails in our respective roles. What’s more important is how we transform our pain into a legacy of love that lasts for generations. What will be your legacy? Free on Kindle.
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Never, Ever Get Married

Never Ever Get Married

“NEVER, EVER GET MARRIED” is an educational and informational book based on real-life experiences. The author focused on every people’s possible life situation and provided proper directions to making the best decisions of their lives. The book is written in a short and to-the-point format, not to encourage you against marriage, but to prevent you from getting into a bad relationship. This book will guide you to be ready to put in all the effort to make a successful relationship or marriage work.

Whether You Are Married, Single, or Divorced, This Book Will Change Your Life $2.99 on Kindle.
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Positive Parenting for Toddlers

Positive parenting for toddlers
This book will give you effective Discipline Strategies to Calm The Chaos in your house, Create Deeper Connections And Raise Confident, Responsible, And Respectful Humans Without Losing Your Cool.

It will help you unlearn reactive parenting and keep your cool even in the middle of chaos. The book is packed with powerful evidence-based, practical methods to help raise confident, responsible, and resilient humans.

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100 Best Marriage Practices That Make Marriage Stick for Life

100 Best Marriage Practices That Make Marriage Stick for Life
Best Marriage Practices that Make Marriage Stick for Life featrues 100 simple yet practical tools to maintain a healthy marriage. It offers married couples various strategies for resolving conflicts, enhancing marital life, and making marriage last.

This book not only aims to help marriages survive challenges faced today, but it empowers them to thrive for a lifetime. $2.99 on Kindle.
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Free: Sweet and Sour

Sweet and Sour
Discover poems that tackle both the benefits and pitfalls of love and relationships. The first section focuses on being unattached and full of hope. The second is all about being in a relationship that’s full of love but also worry. The third looks at being single again after the collapse of a relationship. Free on Kindle.
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Anxious Attachment Recovery: Go From Being Clingy to Confident & Secure In Your Relationships (Break Free and Recover from Unhealthy Relationships)

Anxious Attachment Recovery: Go From Being Clingy to Confident & Secure In Your Relationships (Break Free and Recover from Unhealthy Relationships)
Have you ever experienced a relationship where your partner became too clingy, or required constant reassurance? This book will explore what anxious attachment style is, how it is formed, what triggers this attachment style, and how you can cope with it. Go from being clingy to confident & secure in your relationships. $0.99 on Kindle.
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Overcome Overthinking and Anxiety in Your Relationship: A Practical Guide to Improve Communication, Solve Conflicts and Build a Healthy Marriage

Do you ever feel alone in your relationship because you’re battling internal overthinking and anxiety?
Do you wish you could resolve conflicts with a fraction of the time and energy it currently takes?
How overthinking affects relationships
The reasons why you’re overthinking your relationship
How overthinking affects effective communication among couples
The necessary steps to take to overcome overthinking in your relationship
The right and wrong ways of solving conflicts in relationships
How you and your partner can make things work
Prioritizing healthy communication over overthinking
Dealing with negative energy and negative thoughts in your relationships
How to deal with bad habits in your relationship
Learning the art of listening for effective communication
How to prevent overthinking relapses, conflicts, and deal with trust issues, and hurts in your relationship
And a whole lot more!

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The Believer’s Guide to Fighting Divorce

The Believer's Guide to Fighting Divorce

In The Believers’ Guide to Fighting Divorce, author Dr. Jamal Ross takes readers on a seven-day journey as they battle difficulties in their marriage and focuses on how loving like Jesus can save their marriage. He encourages the reader to look for wisdom and direction of God as they approach this crossroads in their marriage. Reflecting on topics such as the decision to fight, forgiveness, confronting the challenge to quit, and more. $0.99 on Kindle.
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Free: Legacy of Absence: Resolving the Wounds from Uninvolved Fathers In Individuals, Families, and Society

Legacy of Absence: Resolving the Wounds from Uninvolved Fathers In Individuals, Families, and Society

Despite all the progress in our world-from advancing human rights to life-saving technology, there is a wound that has spread to every corner of society. It affects individuals, families, businesses, and communities. In fact, evidence shows almost every problem in our society can be traced back to this root cause:

FATHERS WHO ARE UNINVOLVED IN THE LIVES OF THEIR CHILDREN

The Reality

• Whatever the reason for the father’s absence-work, addictions, divorce, or even death-the negative impact on children is the same.

• The impact of uninvolvement continues for the child’s entire life, affecting school, work, finances, relationships, and emotional wellbeing.

• Without intervention to stop the cycle, the effects will likely pass onto the next generation. There is Hope

• It is never too late to understand and bring healing to the father wound.

• Even a physically absent father can be involved with his children.

• To some extent, every one of us fails in our respective roles. What’s more important is how we transform our pain into a legacy of love that lasts for generations. What will be your legacy? Free on Kindle.
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Free: Less Fighting, More Love for Diverse Couples

LESS FIGHTING, MORE LOVE FOR DIVERSE COUPLES

If your relationship involves more than one culture, race, religion or language, there are many things to learn for the relationship to be successful.

This book will help you build a strong, loving relationship even when there is a world of differences between you.
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Free: Teens’ Sexuality Guide For Parents : How To Discuss Love, Sex, Relationships, And Identity With Your Teen

Teens' Sexuality Guide For Parents : How To Discuss Love, Sex, Relationships, And Identity With Your Teen

Are you dreading having ‘the talk’ with your teen? I don’t think I’ve ever spoken to a parent who’s found this easy. Yet the only way we can ensure they stay safe and healthy and grow up with a healthy attitude toward sex and everything surrounding it is to take the reins and ensure we provide them with all the information they need when they need it. Free on Kindle.
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How to Teach Kids to be Kind to Gay People

How to Teach Kids to be Kind to Gay People

A concise step-by step instructional handbook for busy parents who want to encourage kindness toward gay people. Learn how to answer common LGBTQ questions, select appropriate household media, and teach kids be an LGBTQ ally. All content is intentionally succinct to help busy parents find answers quickly. $0.99 on Kindle.
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Secrets to Parenting Without Giving a F^ck

Secrets to Parenting Without Giving a F^ck

Love your kids but hate the way they behave?

Learn 20+ years of transformative strategies for quick, positive behavioral shifts from any child.

Discover how small, preemptive changes and parenting in advance will turn your home peaceful within days.

This no-nonsense book covers ages 2-20 and all subjects in between using humor and wisdom. $0.99 on Kindle.
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How To Leave

How To Leave

Still Whole

In my family, showing one’s emotions
was considered to be a flaw.
Flagrantly raw,
I was willing to bear their
pompous, parental scorn
so as to remain true
to that which drove me,
relentless, inherent, untorn.

– Neela Arnaud

FROM THE AUTHOR: This book of poems bears witness to my journey of learning to leave toxic people and situations as I progressed in my recovery and healing from toxic family abuse, narcissistic partner abuse.

It is also a book that reflects my growing ability to recognize various forms of covert and overt abuse and do whatever was necessary to protect my mind, body, heart, and soul so as to keep my self (and spirit) alive. I hope you find inspiration in these 32 short poems that bear witness to my journey of recovery from relational abuse. $2.99 on Kindle.
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There is Always Room For One More

There is Always Room For One More

As parents to four children, there were always extra children visiting our house while our children were growing up. Our house was filled with love and compassion. As the children grew and became adults, I missed the sound of laughter and enthusiasm in the house. After reading an article in the paper about a foster care agency petitioning for help, I knew that Aaron and I could fill that need. The year was 1994. Over a twenty-five-year period, more than 100 children graced our homes. This compilation shares some of their stories; the success stories and even the challenges. We are only one of thousands of families who saw a need and decided to help. But the fight is far from over. We need to work on our foster care programs by educating the public about foster care, strengthen the families of origin, help the children to function in foster care without drugging them with medication to control them. More support is needed for case workers and managers, for they have a heavy workloads. We need to help the children to build positive connections before they age out. We are all in this together for these children will one day be adults who are the future of our country. Remember, there is always room for one more. $2.99 on Kindle.
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Free: ADHD Raising an Explosive Child With a Fast Mind.: With Strategies for Emotional Control and Positive Parenting to Make Your Child Feel Loved.

ADHD Raising an Explosive Child With a Fast Mind.: With Strategies for Emotional Control and Positive Parenting to Make Your Child Feel Loved.

ADHD doesn’t have to be a burden – make the best of it and control your child’s sudden outbursts.
Do you suspect that ADHD is behind your child’s Impulsiveness and hyperactivity?
Do you want to help your child control their ADHD symptoms but you don’t know where to get the information you need?
Are you frustrated by ADHD-related resources that just go into the science of ADHD without giving any actionable advice?
What you need are practical strategies that can really turn the tides of ADHD and play it to your child’s advantage. Free on Kindle.
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Daughters Grow up Feeding on Mother’s Emotions: Self-Recovery Guide to Heal the Love-Hate Relationship between Mothers and Daughters, and How to Protect our Daughters from Emotional Legacy

Daughters Grow up Feeding on Mother’s Emotions: Self-Recovery Guide to Heal the Love-Hate Relationship between Mothers and Daughters, and How to Protect our Daughters from Emotional Legacy

“Mother is Mother, Daughter is Daughter”

– A self-recovery guide for all mothers and daughters by a psychoanalytic expert

– How mothers can reclaim their lives as an independent women and human beings

Why do mothers turn more to their daughters than sons when feeling upset or distressed? Why do mothers look upon their happily married daughters with not just pride but a hint of jealousy? Why do daughters, when thinking about their mothers, feel gratitude as well as guilt and resentment?

We need to lose our mothers to find ourselves. And we need to find ourselves for our daughters to live their own lives. Woo-ran Park, a psychoanalytic expert who for more than ten years has conducted over 10,000 psychotherapy and dream interpretation sessions, reaches deep into psychology research and case studies to unlock the secret behind the love-hate relationship between mothers and daughters and explain how we can protect our girls from this emotional wounding across generations.Many reasons lie behind the mother’s obsession with her daughter and the daughter’s inability to break free from this hold. But the author pays particular attention to the female tendency to attain self-realization by meeting the unmet needs of others. Mothers typically see the son or husband as the other and try to satisfy their needs, but when it comes to the daughter, who they see as their equivalent, they’re more likely to make demands. Likewise, daughters identify with the mother and see the mother’s emotions as her own. This is what makes the mother-daughter relationship so complicated: the daughter is angry at the mother who is full of demands but gives little love, and wants to hate her but can’t.

This deep psychological bond between the mother and daughter starts to show cracks as they become older, introducing problems, both big and small, into their lives. Feelings of obsession, bitterness, resentment, longing, and gratitude get rolled into one and make the two oscillate between love and hate. In short, the mother and daughter have failed to create a healthy distance between themselves.

Then what can we do? Park says we should question the social concept of unconditional motherly love and try to bring to surface the mom’s deeply-buried wants and desires as a woman. Only then can we forge a path different from our mother’s and our daughters live a different life from our young selves. The author walks us through the main conduits through which the mother’s unconscious is passed onto the daughter—emotions, gaze, unmet needs, maternal love, husband—and how we can reclaim ourselves as not just a woman but as a human being.

This book will help you to learn the Psychology for Mothers, Daughters and all of women, and recover yourself: Feelings of Guilt, Resentment, and Gratitude – About Female EmotionsDaughters Grow up Feeding on Mother’s Emotions – About Mother’s EmotionsAm I Really My Child’s Mother? – About the Maternal GazeI Wanted to Be Mom’s Loving Daughter – About the Mother’s Unmet NeedsAll Mothers are Strong? – About Maternal LoveMoms Be Moms, Dads Be Dads – About Our HusbandsMoms are Human Too – About the Mother’s Recovery $4.77 on Kindle
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Built for This: A Guide to Tackling New Dads’ Top 16 Concerns About Pregnancy, Childbirth & Becoming a Father

Built for This: A Guide to Tackling New Dads' Top 16 Concerns About Pregnancy, Childbirth & Becoming a Father

“We’re Pregnant!” can either be the most exciting or the most terrifying words in the English language. For many
men, they end up being both. Are you a new or expecting dad whose top priority is being the best father you can be, but
you’re not really certain what that looks like?

Do you wonder what will happen during delivery and how you can prepare ahead of time? Are you asking yourself how you’re
going to pay the hospital bills and provide for your growing family? You may even be concerned that you don’t really “feel” like a father yet and worry you won’t be able to bond with or care for your newborn because you’ve never been “good with babies.” Perhaps you’re dreading the lack of sex and wondering when you’ll get back to being intimate with your partner.And, how about the loss of “freedom”, the chaos of having kids in the house, or the seemingly impossible task of balancing the demands of work with being there for your family?These thoughts are valid, and they’re more common among new dads than you might realize.

After all, you’re entering unknown territory, and fatherhood is a major change that will affect your life forever. Even though you’re probably excited about becoming a dad, you’ll inevitably have doubts and anxieties—all first-time parents do!No dad is totally prepared when he has his first child, but this book, Built for This, will help you overcome those fears and worries. Zach is enthusiastic about fatherhood while helping you understand and tackle your fears, answering your hardest questions, and equipping you with the clear thinking, skill, and confidence you need to be an awesome father.Unlike so many of the other books written for new dads, he skips the condescending ‘bro talk’ and draws on his real-world experience as a father of four to relate man-to-man.

Inside, you’ll discover: The first thing you’re going to struggle with when your newborn arrives… and how to prepare for it

How to slash your medical costs by 50% or more… and maybe even make money from your health insurance. What it costs to raise a kid from birth through high school

How to support your partner during labor — help her alleviate the pain of giving birthHow to prepare in advance for delivery day… even if you know you can’t be presentWhy caring for a baby takes more than instinct… and how you can do it wellWays to stay connected and intimate with your partner before and after the baby arrivesThe science behind how dads bond with their newbornsHow to balance work and fatherhood so you can be there for your kid while still providing for your
family Why babies don’t fix struggling relationships… and tips for what does (hint: this will make you a better father too) …And much more.You may feel like you’re out of your depth now, but by following Zach’s advice, you’re taking a step in the right
direction.By the time your baby arrives, you’ll have the knowledge and skill that you need to embrace the most important role of your life with joy and confidence. Being a good dad is a $0.99 on Kindle.
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