Free parenting and families Kindle books for 27 Aug 14

The PCOS SOLUTION: Understand and Manage Your PCOS to Find the Relief You Seek: (PCOS Diet & Lifestyle Guide) (Womens Health)

by Naya Lizardo

Understand and Manage Your PCOS to Find the Relief You Seek (PCOS Diet & Lifestyle Guide)

Are you struggling to lose weight? Are you having trouble getting pregnant? Perhaps you’re tired of feeling as though your body is betraying you and your hormones are controlling your life. If this sounds like you, then you may have a condition called Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome or PCOS.

PCOS is one of the leading hormone disorders affecting women of reproductive age. PCOS can cause an array of symptoms, including weight gain, stubborn acne, facial hair, sugar cravings, absent or irregular periods and infertility. PCOS can also make you feel depressed, moody, or just plain worn out.

Although PCOS has no cure, there are simple steps you can take to control your symptoms and put you on the path to better health.

By understanding how food, exercise, and other lifestyle choices directly affect your hormones and PCOS symptoms, you can begin to make informed decisions to manage this chronic condition. If you want to learn practical techniques for getting your PCOS symptoms under control through dietary and lifestyle changes, this book is for you.

PCOS does not have to control your life! You can create the life of good health and wellbeing you deserve and this book can help.

He Killed Me First

by Darling Tonia

A battered woman finds her only way out of her marriage to a power driven hustler through a hole in the ground.

She starts digging, never realizing she was on her way to the shallow pits of hell where she would come face to face with a few skeletons of her own. Will her descent into sanity cause her to loose her freedom yet again? Or will the psychosis and brain trauma caused at the hands of the very man who was suppose to protect her provide her with an alibi to murder?

Dad, Did You Know…

by Sherry Monahan

This is your chance to tell your dad how you really feel about him. It’s short and to the point, which all men love. The examples may not be exactly like yours, but the main idea should resonate with all dads.

Demon, I Love You (Based On A True Story)

by Marie Braden

Demon, I love you is a drama story about a known songwriter and performer that lived life to the fullest. That is until Karma caught up with him. Trying to make amends with his daughter, whom he emotionally and physically abused, before death calls him is a journey in itself. See how it all unfolds in this tearful autobiography.

50 Things to Know About Being A Single Parent: A Humorous Evaluation Of The Idiosyncrasies of Single Parenthood

by Laurie Hoffer

Are you new to single parenthood?

Wondering what you should expect?

Curious about what other single parents have experienced?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, this book is for you…

50 Things to Know About Being A Single Parent by Laurie Hoffer offers insights on the idiosyncrasies of single parenthood.

Most books on single parenting guide you through the basics of balancing a busy life and give you survival tips on how to get your child to school on time or calm a colicky baby.

Although there’s nothing wrong with that, there are some other things that you should know in order to be prepared for the little (and not so little) surprises life is about to throw at you.

Based on knowledge from the author’s experiences, as well as those of her family and friends, Laurie has put together a list of the 50 things you should know before you are the sole responsible adult.

In these pages you’ll discover stories and advice that you can use in order to feel more confident in your single parenting abilities.

This book will help you be prepared for all the little things that most people are too polite to tell you.

By the time you finish this book, you will know that no matter how bad it seems you are not alone.

So grab YOUR copy today. You’ll be glad you did.

Teach Your Kids To Be Organized

by Teacher Kyle

Have you had trouble with getting your kids to be and stay organized? Are you struggling with getting your children to remember their school work and day to day activities? This book will help you specifically in enabling them to work to the best of their abilities. We will not be focusing on the children’s point of few but on what you as the guardian or parent can do to help and promote their growth in a progressive manner.

Teach Your Kids to Be Organized is a great tool that will allow you build and structure techniques that fit your lifestyles and dynamics with your kids and allow them to succeed in school and life. If you are reading this then it is safe to assume you have tried what you know to help or are just looking to expand your knowledge and abilities and help your children in the best ways possible. We will cover a large range of methods and ideas that you will be able to pick, choose and combine to fit you and your child perfectly!

Making your children a part of the planning and processes outlined in this book is the first and most important step. Remember that this is for their benefit and the more you involve them the more beneficial it will be! It is important to find a balance in what works for them and that just because something works for you doesn’t mean it will have the same effect on them. That being said everything we discuss here will be more than enough to equip you with whatever organization challenges lie ahead!

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