Free parenting and families Kindle books for 22 Apr 15

Selfish People: How to Deal With a Shallow, Manipulative, Controlling and Self-absorbed Person (Stand Up For Yourself and Stop Being Taken Advantage of)

by Carla Loving

Dealing With Selfish People- How to Stop Being Taken Advantage of By Others

We have all encountered selfish people at some point in our lives. Learning how to deal with them can greatly improve your mood and outlook on life. This book will teach you how to spot a selfish person before they take control of your own well-being. It will also teach you how to deal with these types of abusive personalities in your everyday life.

This Book Can Help You Deal With People That Are Selfish Like Your:

  • Boss
  • Spouse, Husband or Wife
  • Girlfriend or Boyfriend
  • A Co-worker
  • Parent, Mother or Father
  • Children, Son or Daughter
  • Friends and Acquaintances

For those of us who have been able to keep our own selfishness in check, we often face the dilemma of dealing with other selfish people that find their way into our lives. Many of them may be acquaintances, co workers, bosses, or even friends and family members. While it’s tempting to think that we can just “detoxify” and cut toxic selfish people out of our lives, reality is much more complicated than that. Given various social contexts, we are forced to learn how to manage our relationships with them.

Selfish People Exhibit These Types of Behaviors:

  • They Learn to Manipulate and Use Others
  • They are Dishonest and May Lie To Get Their Way
  • They Cause Destructive and Abusive Relationships
  • They Feel Entitled and Are Shallow
  • They May Be Aggressive Towards Others
  • They Do Whatever It Takes To Get What They Want
  • They Put Others Down For Their Own Personal Gain
  • They Do Not Admit That They are Selfish and See No Problem With It

Having the tools to deal with these types of people in your life is what you will accomplish after reading this book. You will also gain techniques and strategies to better equip yourself to handle selfish people.

You Will Also Learn How to Deal With Stress Caused By the Selfish Person In Your Life By:

  • Addressing Your Insecurities
  • Staying Healthy
  • Learning How to Reflect

Selfish people are difficult to interact with, this book will give you everything you need to finally stand up for yourself. Learning how to interact with these people in a healthy way is what we hope to accomplish.

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Building Self Esteem in Girls: A Parent’s Guide to Helping Your Daughter Develop Confidence and Self Esteem

by Annabelle Gilesby

If you want to help your daughter build self-esteem so that she’ll become a healthy and confident woman later in life, then this book is for you!

Read on your PC, Mac, smart phone, tablet, or Kindle device.

A girl’s self-esteem is synonymous with her sense of self-worth, self-confidence, and self-regard. Simply put, it’s how she values herself. And without a doubt, helping your daughter develop self-esteem is by far the best thing that you can do for her as a parent. Adults who aren’t confident in their own abilities or don’t regard themselves highly rarely end up ahead in life, for example, at the top of the corporate ladder or having built meaningful relationships with others. Self-esteem plays such a vital role in a person’s life, and parents should be prepared to actively participate in the building of their child’s self-esteem from a young age.

Have you ever wondered why some girls seem to have a healthy self-esteem, while others don’t? Would you like to the simple things you can do to instill a higher value on your daughter’s sense of self worth? This book is for parents who are motivated to see their daughter grow up to be a successful and healthy person, whether as a career woman or as a loving wife and mom. Helping your daughter achieve a healthy self-esteem is absolutely the best gift you can ever give her, so don’t wait another minute – get started today!

Here Is A Preview Of What You’ll Learn…

  • A Parent’s Role in Building Your Daughter’s Self-Esteem
  • The Importance of Healthy Body Image
  • Handling Peer Pressure
  • Ten Steps to Build Her Self-Confidence
  • Identity Development
  • Activities That Help Build Self-Esteem
  • Much, much more!

Download your copy today!

A Bittersweet Pursuit

by Scott McDonald

Ever see someone, and when you left their sight, you could not stop thinking about them? Or have you ever been a part of something so powerful, that when it was all over, it was still a part of you for years to come? It helped to define who you were? Did that person that you saw briefly make an impact on you? Did he/she pleasantly stain your mind, forcing you to take action, and when you did, only great things came from it? Life is about the impacts people and situations make on you and what you make of them. They define who you are. Sometimes it’s hard to let go, but not being able to let go is when you know, that the person you saw for a split second was meant to be more than a passerby. That person was meant to help define and create you.

Won’t you let them?

Dear New Dad….. Sincerely, New Mom: Expectations and After Effects of Birth that Destroys Marriages and Relationships from a Mom’s Point of View

by Janette Tristsunset

(Dear New Dad….. Sincerely, New Mom: Effects of Birth that Destroys Marriages and Relationships from a Mom’s Point of View)

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This book contains scenarios and the effects of childbirth on you and your partner. It will help you understand the expectations of your partner and learn how to survive growing relationship issues through the viewpoint of a mother

Tom and the Old Man

by L.S. Bergman

This is the story of Tom, a small boy living in Paris. Tom is fascinated with the sights and sounds his city makes, and is especially drawn to his ‘bin-men’ and their large green garbage trucks. It is this fascination that leads him to notice George for the first time; an old homeless man, with plastic bags and a silver supermarket trolley. Tom eventually meets George one late Autumn day in the market, and an unusual friendship emerges in the run-up to Christmas. It is a friendship which illustrates the power to overcome prejudice. ‘Tom and the Old Man’ is written primarily for children five years old and over, and offers an opportunity for parents or educators to discuss aspects of city life with children where the subjects are sometimes more difficult to understand.

Wyatt’s Little Germs: A Read Aloud Introduction to Germ Prevention

by Kayla Cason

Wyatt’s Little Germs was written to help kids understand how germs are spread.

It encapsulates the necessity of hand washing and explains to children how germs live on surfaces and travel from person to person. Older children can relate to the main character’s everyday classroom settings, while parents reading in repetition helps to establish basic cleanliness guidelines. The images reinforce what parents teach at home and draws awareness to the threats associated with coughing and sneezing. Reading this book to your child once or twice a week is the positive reinforcement your child needs to guarantee a pattern of cleanliness now and into adulthood.

Potty Training In 3 Days: What Parents Should Do When Potty Training Toddlers (Potty Training, Potty Training in 3 Days, Potty training for parents,)

by Carolina Keith

Potty Training In 3 Days (FREE Bonus Included)

What Parents Should Do When Potty Training Toddlers

Potty training can be done in three days using the helpful tips and advice presented in this book. Every new parent can benefit from tried and true principles that apply to most situations.

The great part of the book is that the potty training task can take place in just three days. It has been thoroughly tested! That is a long weekend and no time at all to achieve a life milestone for your child. No doubt this is your first or you have a short memory! The second and later children often get short shrift. Your expectations are more relaxed and your methods abbreviated. Parents have their own way of working things out.

In the end it comes down to basics, some with a twist or two depending on your child’s temperament and willingness to obey. When a boy or girl wants to be independent, potty training is a point of pride like feeding oneself or getting dressed.

Within these pages will be covered the following areas:

  • When to start potty training
  • Toddler signs of readiness
  • Equipment needed to start
  • Clothing needed for potty training
  • How to handle accidents
  • Step by step procedure for three days
  • Introducing the bathroom
  • Tips and tricks

Getting Your FREE Bonus

Download this book, and find “BONUS: Your FREE Gift” chapter right after the introduction or after the conclusion.

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The Trinkets of Our Lives: Through this series of short stories Griffin reminds us of what it means to triumph over life.

by Rod L. Griffin

Shannon MacNamee had a boring but simple life. Like most children, she grew up loving and spending time with her parents. She thought she knew them better than anyone. When her mother passes she finds herself back at her childhood home going through their belongings. Reminiscing over two lives that consumed her for the last thirty years she finds herself in the basement staring at the trunk she was never allowed to open. Inside lies a world she could have never imagined. A world that leads to love affairs, loss, and even heroes. Valuable trinkets that tell of heartache, conquests, and great wealth. Disillusioned by her findings she now begins to wonder just who her parents really were. Just what does it mean to live life? To have lived, loved and lost? With each new trinket Shannon was about to find out.

Through this series of short stories author Rod L. Griffin reminds us what it means to triumph over life.

We all have trinkets that tell a story, most good, some bad, what do yours tell?

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