Free parenting and families Kindle books for 07 Dec 16

Toxic Relationships: Recognizing a Toxic Relationship, and How to Let Go for a Happier YOU ((Controlling, Codependent, Abuse, Manipulation, Unhealthy Relationship, Take Action))

by Michael Lee Richards

How amazing it is to be one with someone you love. The joy and happiness of loving someone and being loved is immeasurable, or so we think. All relationships are purported to be happy and to last. As a society, we fail to consider; at what cost? Is everyone happy? What if a relationship is supposed to last at the cost of someone’s happiness? What if the parties are holding on to something that does them more harm than good?

Toxic relationships are harmful; they steal your joy and affect your life and if you don’t do something about the situation, then you will live a very miserable life. While you may be aware of this, the biggest challenge is letting go. This book will help you map out a way that you can let go of such relationships and live a happier more fulfilling life.

Here is a Preview of What You’ll Learn

-What is a toxic relationship?
-What are the signs of a toxic relationship?
-Why do we stay in a toxic relationship?
-How can we let go and move on?

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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.

Tags: selfish people, controlling people, manipulative people, how to fix your marriage, dealing with a selfish person, narcissistic personalities, control freaks, codependency, abusive relationships, shallow people, stop being manipulated by others, stand up for yourself, self-absorbed people

The Savvy Resident’s Guide: Everything You Wanted to Know About Your Nursing Home Stay But Were Afraid to Ask

by Eleanor Feldman Barbera

In The Savvy Resident’s Guide, psychologist Eleanor Feldman Barbera explains how nursing homes work and how people can make the most of their stays. This large-print guide is the only book available that is directed specifically toward residents. Its calm, pragmatic approach will reassure readers and give them practical tools for handling a nursing home stay.

Families will find answers to many of their own questions about nursing homes in The Savvy Resident’s Guide. Reading the stories of the resident narrators will help family members understand what Mom or Dad worries about after they’ve left for the day.

Staff can use The Guide as a helpful adjunct to their work since it answers questions without requiring staff time. It’s a ready reference book that makes an ideal addition to the admissions package.

Students of many disciplines — nursing, psychology, social work, rehab, medicine, etc. — will benefit from this overview of life in long-term care. They’ll gain insight into the typical concerns of nursing home residents and absorb a person-centered approach to managing these concerns.

Join Dr. El and her group of resident narrators in learning how residents can thrive in a nursing home.

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As Tears Go By: Inspired by True Events

by Rosie Christie

I changed their names. I shaped their minds. I was judge, jury, and executioner. No one could stop me. No one!

To anyone looking in, we were just a normal church going, family. No one was aware of the dark secrets we held within the walls of the tiny house by the swamp.

I was the woman with the razor strop and I made sure every blow connected.

That was until the day the sheriff handed me my subpoena. I felt the hair stand up on the back of my neck. Abuse? What? The one-word ringing in my head drowning out anything and everything else that might have been said. I felt I might just pass out right there on the step. I kept my composure until he pulled out of the driveway and then my anger quickly exploded into rage.

Those ungrateful little bastards. After everything, I did for them. This was my thanks.

A bolt of straight adrenaline shot through my veins and I grabbed the gunâ?¦..
I had instilled the fear of god in them. I am not a woman to be tampered with. How could this be happening?

My one mistakeâ?¦and I don’t make manyâ?¦ was not realizing that these stupid children would grow up.

Ruined love: A novel: (Meaningless lives)

by Ernesto Alonso Flores.

“One day you will cry for being alone, one day you will yearn my company; a hug or a kiss from me, just like I yearned, and then you will know what real pain of heartbreak is, dad!”

Santiago wanted the best for his 3 children, Joseph Amelia and Victor, because he loves them. But his children wanted to live life in their own way, ignoring house rules and making their own mistakes. Santiago didn’t accept his children behavior and immaturity and he kicked out Joseph and Amelia of his house. Zoyla his wife, tried to mediate between her husband and her children because she loved them, but in her intend she got sick and died. Victor is suffering because his mothers death and found consolation in Clarissa, confusing his feelings and leaving his parents house and his dad to live alone.

With time, emotions and feelings were growing embarking them in an adventure in which love for each other is ruined.

But, what is love?

How to Deal with Anger: Managing Your Firestorm of Emotions

by David A. Hunter

Learn How To Manage Your Firestorm Of Emotions

Getting our emotions under control can be a bit of a challenge, especially when our emotions are so overwhelming. Anger can hold you back when you don’t know how to express it in a healthy way. This book will teach you how to deal with anger in healthy ways.

You will learn:
*How to express anger in a healthy way
*How to release anger from the past that won’t seem to go away
*How to overcome the self-defeating thoughts that continue to upset you
*How to overcome passive aggression
*How to handle people who annoy you

It’s time to break out of the chains that are keeping you tied down. It’s time to remember what it’s like to be happy. Don’t allow anger to get the best of you. Start making positive changes today.


by Paul White



If you are reading this you have already taken the hardest steps. You have become aware that you might have an anger problem and you have begun taking action towards fixing it. Good for you.

Modern life is stressful. It’s fast, complicated and sometimes unfair. We all lose our temper every now and then, it’s not nice. We can ruin relationships or our careers and it’s not good for your health. Anger is normal to feel every now and then in the correct circumstances but when you suspect it’s getting out of hand it’s time to do something about it. At just over 3000 words this book is a quick, easy read.

This book is perfect for anyone wanting to get to grips with their anger and start enjoying a calmer, more constructive mind.

Don’t let anger control and ruin your life.

Things you will learn in this bookâ?¦.

  •  Recognising anger
  • Trigger situations
  • Types of anger
  • Causes
  • Dealing with it in the short term and long term
  • If and when to get help
  • And much moreâ?¦

Raising Teenagers: 25 Easy Steps To Parenting Teenagers

by Iris Clark

This book will provide 25 easy but actionable steps on how to parent teenagers.

The teen years are terribly challenging for parents. Think about it; the once little bundle of joy who could tell mommy and daddy anything starts withdrawing and doing all manner of things that as may just seem to be out rightly annoying and challenging your authority as a parent. It’s as bad as the toddler years of the terrible twos or even worse especially because unlike the terrible twos, teenagers can hold grudges and consistently act in a manner that makes you cringe as a parent.

It is quite obvious that as your children reach the teenage level, they begin changing; both physically and behaviour wise. Sometimes the kids seem hell bent on doing the exact opposite of what you may be asking as their parent. However, just as you as a parent may think your child has turned for the worst or are afraid they may, the truth is that the child is going through so many things. If you use the same old parenting ways of dealing with toddlers, you just may lose your teenager to whatever it is you are trying so hard to keep him/her away from.
Your child is not exactly the little kid you once knew; they are now teens who need to be treated as teens and if you don’t get it right, you probably may be setting yourself up for failure and unnecessary headaches.

One of the biggest problems that many of us parents have is our approach to teen parenting. With the many horror stories that we may have come across regarding teen parenting, we end up approaching parenting teenagers as an ordeal that we are very much incapable of handling. That’s why we feel that we can only helplessly watch as our teens turn into some unpredictable monsters.

Well, raising teens does not have to be that way. You can parent them in a way that increases the chances of turning out well. If you are looking for information on how to go about it, this book has all the information you need to bring them up in a way that guarantees less friction and increases their chances of becoming responsible adults after making it through their teenage years successfully.

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Successful Tips For Parenting Toddlers: What Every Parent Wants To Know

by Thomas Sanders

“Successful Tips For Parenting Toddlers” is a text that provides the information that a parent needs to get through the early years of child rearing. Even if the reader is not a first time parent, there are many tips that the parent can learn from reading this book. The author is a parent himself and has gone to great lengths to ensure that he provides all the basic information that a parent could need to cope effectively.
The major thing that parents can learn from reading this book is that the child models their behavior so it is important to watch how they act and speak around their children. All of this and more is highlighted in the book. The toddler years can be confusing as a happy toddler can become an angry or sad toddler in a matter of minutes. The key is to anticipate a change and to be prepared to deal with it.

Childhood Sexual Abuse: Child Abuse Sexual Abuse Emotional Abuse PTSD (Trauma Neglect Substance Abuse)

by Hanna Monahan

Discover how To Stop Sexual Harassment and Overcome the Abuse

You’re about to discover ways you can stop sexual harassment and also how to overcome the abuse if you’ve experienced sexual harassment in the past. Sexual harassment takes on many forms and can happen anywhere. There’s many victims out there that don’t even realize that they’re getting harassed sexually.

If you think you’re being harassed sexually, the first step is to identify if what is happening to you is acceptable or foul play. Once you clearly know that sexual harassment is taking place the information in this book will show you step-by-step what to do to make it stop.

Here Is A Preview Of What You’ll Learn…

  • What You Ought To Know About Sexual Harassment
  • Forms of Sexual Harassment
  • What Should I Do If I Am Being Sexually Harassed?
  • Dear Friend, Are You A Victim?
  • How You Can Help
  • How You Can Avoid Being Sexually Harassed
  • Much, much more!

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Hathor’s Way Relaxed Book of Mama’s Perspective Breastfeeding Comics (The Comics of Hathor the Cowgoddess and Mama is… 2002-2012 3)

by Heather Cushman-Dowdee

Over ten years of comics about the art and politics of breastfeeding, from Mama’s perspective.


by Tracy Wittko

A mind is a terrible thing to lose…or to be lost in.

Trapped in the labyrinth of your own mind…

A mind, lost in the depths of depression…it’s a maze. You never know whether you’re going to eventually get out, or if you’ll just keep circling deeper and deeper.

On the brink of being too lost to yell for help, I keep a journal of my descent; a map of where I’ve been, a string to try to find my way back. In the hopes that my string, my journal, will keep me from going over the edge, help me to navigate through, I leave a glimpse into the labyrinth for everyone else…

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