Free parenting and families Kindle books for 13 Jul 18

Whose Best Interest: A Fight to Save Two American Kids

by Rene Howitt

Millions of tax dollars are spent every year by Family Services in an attempt to repair broken families in the United States. We have approximately 500,000 children in this country living in foster homes, kinship homes, or group homes. There are probably another 500,000 that should be in the system, however, there is just no place to send them. In author Rene Howitt’s book, Whose Best Interest, she tells the true story of a fight to save two children from abuse and neglect. Parents are given one chance after another to put their lives together. Children are taken away from their parents, only to be returned to them time and again. The children become like ping-pong balls bounced back and forth between these temporary homes and then back to their parents. By the time that Family Services concludes that there is no changing the parents, years had passed by and the children are irreparably damaged.

The Daughter’s Dilemma: A Survival Guide to Caring for an Aging, Abusive Parent

by Emily Wanderer Cohen

Why am I caring for her when she didn’t care for me?

Your answer to this question is complicatedâ??and you’re conflicted. You grew up with a mother who traumatized you and now you feel duty-bound to care for her in her final years. Instead of the labor of love that most daughters undertake when their parent ages, you feel you’re walking onto another battlefield. How can you fulfill your obligation while protecting yourself from further abuse and maintaining your sanity?

In The Daughter’s Dilemma, international bestselling author and intergenerational trauma expert Emily Wanderer Cohen reveals the six keys to caring for an aging, abusive parent. Based on her own experience as a caregiver to her Holocaust survivor mother, the steps outlined in this book provide a foundation for a smoother, saner, and safer caregiving journey for anyone who finds themselves caring for an aging, abusive parent.

In this book, you’ll learn how to:

  • Set healthy boundaries with your abusive parent so you can protect yourself emotionally, stay calm when she pushes your buttons, and escape gracefully when it’s simply too much to bear.
  • Ask for help from friends and family or outsource to a third partyâ??without shame or guilt.
  • Nourish your mind, body, and soul with activities that bring you joyâ??and stick to a plan that puts YOU first.
  • Communicate with your parent’s caregivers so you can work together and advocate effectively for her.
  • Recognize your parent’s trauma triggers, understand their origins, and use some simple tools to minimize their emergence.
  • Gain closure with your parent on your terms from a point of confidence and resilience.

If you’re trying to reconcile your sense of duty to care for your parent with the pain and resentment of years of abuse from them, this book is your ultimate survival guide.

Mama’s Blues: Transitioning Adolescence To Adulthood, Finding Self-Love & Unlocking Infinite Potential Powers of Self-Empowerment (Special Limited Edition Blue Floral Spine)


You can emerge as a survivor with a wildflower’s resilience to embark on your own path to freedom as well.
Boldly creating new revolutionary perspectives for our near future, against all odds of growing up within the internal conflicts, dysfunctions, and drama of family ties and relationships. Also skating through the whirlwind of emotional rollercoaster rides to overcome all the obstacles, madness, and chaos of the heart and mind.

“Mama’s Blues” will leave no stones unturned.

“My heart’s going to weep one last time for all the wrongs,
When I begin to unravel the past aches in my song.

Mama, they’re going to learn every word in my tune,
When my eyes are done crying for the final time and I’m gone
The world’s going to memorize the lyrics to my song.

Mama, one day you’d desire to grow out of my old silence,
When you hear the echoes of my melody in the distant sirens
Because I’ve finally learned to reveal and sing my new song.”

“I loved reading this. I cried to parts, I laughed, all emotions were felt. If you are on the journey to self-love, soul searching, enlightenment, this is something to reference” â?? Katie Kemp

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Disclaimer: The last quarter of the book touches on some raw controversial perspectives and personal views to highlight some dangerous unspoken issues that’d go unresolved or undetected within some families that were often kept and sorted out as “dirty laundry” that must never be aired, seen, or heard, beyond closed doors.

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How To Recover From A Break Up: A Step By Step Guide To Overcome A HeartBreak

by David Kove

I Still Remember Every Heartbreak I’ve Ever Had.

If I try I can still bring back the agony of those months after a relationship ended, wondering if I was ever going to feel better and get back to my normal self. When you’re feeling that pain of losing someone, food doesn’t taste good. TV shows depress you. Your favorite places feel cursed because they bring back bittersweet memories. Life feels like white noise, and your every waking moment goes back to that feeling of loss and pain.

We’ve all been there, right? But there is a secret to emotionally recovering from a breakup, one that is shockingly simple but so crucial that if you forget to do it, you will inadvertently DOUBLE the amount of time it takes to get over your ex. See, most of us make bad decisions in a breakup. We drink to numb the pain, we have one-night stands with people we don’t care about, or we eat ourselves into oblivion with junk food. It sucks now, I know. But it will get better, trust me….

On This Book You Will Learn The Best Secret to Recover From A Break Up
The Most Important Step You Have To Do To Recover.
Life-Changing Hidden Secrets of Getting Clear About Your Breakup.
Are You Ready? To Become The Best Version Of Yourself?
The Proven Method To Avoin The Pain Of Seeing Her/Him And Recover As Fast As Possible.

You need to ask yourself this Question: Where will you be next month? or Next Year?
Really. Think about it.

If all it took was $2.99 to no longer feel the pain of a break up, Do you think is worth every penny?
Give yourself a chance and buy this book TODAY and get back your confidence NOW!

I Like Everything: The Complete ‘I Like ‘Reading’ Collection (I Like Reading)

by Duvet Publishing

I Like Everything is a collect of rhymes from the I Like Reading series to encourage your little learners to recognise and discuss a wide range of things. You can use each question to initiate simple conversations and interactions with your child.

I Like Activities
I Like Animals
I Like Bedtime
I Like Colors
I Like Counting
I Like Farms
I Like Food
I Like Pets
I Like People Who Help Me
I Like School
I Like Toys
I Like Vehicles

Many of the rhymes in this eBook are available as individual picture books for Amazon Kindle and the Kindle App with images to engage and stimulate young children. This complete collection comprises text and some of the images from these picture books. Just search Amazon for Duvet Publishing or visit us online at for more.

At Least I Didn’t Kill Him: A Short Story

by Kenni York

Love shouldn’t hurt…especially not physically. Janelle Hampton is living the picture perfect life, but no one knows anything about the heartbreak and dysfunction that constitutes her marriage. Determined to no longer be a victim and have taken all she can take, she finds herself acting out of character and doing the unthinkable. This eye-opening, heart-wrenching short story depicts what it’s like when a woman has reached her breaking point. Affairs of the heart can often prove fatal and in the end love can become war.

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