Free parenting and families Kindle books for 27 Sep 18

Trivia for Seniors: 100 Quizzes That Will Increase Knowledge, Keep The Brain Young, And Reduce Chances of Dementia and Alzheimerâ??s by Learning (Trivia Books For Seniors)

by Evan Colbert

Increase Knowledge, Keep The Brain Young And Reduce Chances of Dementia and Alzheimer’s by Learning 

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Trying to keep your loved one’s brain young and help them live the life they have always lived?

Well, one way to reduce aging of the brain is simply by learning. This book has 100 quizzes that will help stimulate the mind of your loved one and help keep your loved one’s mind from deteriorating faster than it should.

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(This book is no way claiming it will cure natural mental aging, it will slow down the aging process by learning)



Silent Screams: A Treatise on Sexual violence

by Kimberly M. Hartfield

Diane Langberg said in her book Counseling Survivors of Sexual Abuse, “We who call ourselves Christians blaspheme the name of Christ if we pretend that the evils of the Holocaust or the rape of little girls and boys are less than they truly are.” She had grown up in a secure and healthy home and had been warned as a new counselor not to believe “hysterical” women, who told her of the horrors they had experienced. I’m so glad she chose not to take that ungodly advice. She says that salvation that doesn’t take this kind of evil into account is no salvation at all. I whole heartedly agree with her sentiments. There are still so many today that stick their holy heads in the sand of their blessed Scriptures and ignore all the passages about the evils of this world. They pick and choose the good and pretend as if the evil didn’t exist. Well, as a former victim and now survivor of childhood sexual abuse and domestic violence, they might want to call me one of those “hysterical” women, and as a Christian counselor of other victims, I just want to pull their little holy heads out of the sand and say, look, this is real people in a real evil world.

This book is a compilation of my previous writings on the topics of childhood sexual abuse and rape. It’s certainly not comprehensive with my limited understanding of the issues involved, but I hope it will be of some benefit to those who read its content. It covers topics such as those a victim might need to read and other topics that might interest those who counsel and advocate for them. It includes some stories of victims who I’ve met, and others who I’ve only read about, but who have all cried out their silent screams and found no one listening. I found in my own search that though there were organizations out there in the secular realm, there were not very many Christian organizations to help Christian victims heal. It’s my hope that all those out there who are searching for answers to their heartaches will know that at least I’ve heard them, and will do what I can to help them, as long as there is breath left in me. My own story is in my previous book, A Little Redneck Theology, if readers of this book find it helpful and want to know more about me and why I began my ministry, Go Fish Ministries, inc. which may be located online at http://gofishministries.wordpress.com.



Strategies to combat abusive relationships

by Valerie Widmann

Have you ever been in a relationship where you started to question your own sanity? Or one in which you were beaten, punched, verbally and emotionally abused to the extent that you thought that you deserved it? Are you in a relationship where you are blamed for EVERTHING that goes wrong, including his temper?

Has it ever occured to you that you might be in an abusive relationships? This book will help you recognize abusive behavior, what the best course of action might be if you are a victim of abuse and more importantly, it offers practical advice on how to deal with the Abuser should you decide to remain in the relationship.

It takes the view that it is not only women who are abused but men are too. The book also touches on the subject of self-abuse.



Murder Me: A Thriller

by John Meany

The year is 2001.

On her way out of work on a frigid October night, two inebriated thugs assault pregnant Ashley Ferguson as she goes to get in her car. She is knocked unconscious and is taken to the field behind the shopping center where 23-year-old Ashley is brutally raped. This horrifying event devastates her emotionally, not only for obvious reasons, but also because it comes in the wake of her husband’s tragic death.

Down and out as well as broke, talented abstract painter Ashley is forced to moved back home with her mother. Claire Whittaker, who is retired, does not want the responsibility of having to take care of Ashley’s baby. Even though she loves the child dearly, it shouldn’t be her job.

Then one day, after peeking in her daughter’s diary, Claire is shocked to learn that Ashley is hearing voices, which are telling her to commit suicide with the .22 caliber revolver that she had supposedly bought for protection.

So who will save her? Who will save Ashley from the drugs and alcohol that begin to control her life? Who will help her become the responsible parent that her baby deserves?

Could it be Troy? The supermarket employee who had chased away the rapists? And with whom Ashley had fallen in love with? Would he accept not only her, but also her and Peter’s child? Ashley hopes so, because without someone to love, life doesn’t seem worth living.



Arm Your Child: A Parent’s Guide for Raising Happy, Positive Kids

by Wil Dieck

A Parent’s Guide for Raising Happy, Positive Kids

Do the challenges your kids face today worry you?

Turn on the news and you see stories of kids, just like yours, falling victim to drugs and alcohol, dropping out of school, joining gangs and becoming pregnant.

Hardly a week goes by without some story coming up about how a child has been scarred for life or has even committed suicide as a result of bullying.

There has never been a more challenging time to be a parent.

What can a loving parent do?

You can “Arm Your Child” with the tools they need to overcome these challenges and become the type of person every parent wants their child to be!

In this book your find:

How to build your child’s self-confidence so they’ll make the right choice, even when confronted with peer pressure.

How to communicate with your child in a way that lets them know you really understand them.

How to help your child develop the kind of self-confidence they need to stand up to a bully without having to fight.

How to create the type of atmosphere at home that gets your child to accept and follow the rules.

How to build up your child’s self-esteem .

How to get your child to do their chores without threats or bribes.

Techniques you can use to help your child learn to behave more positively more often.

How to help your child develop the type of positive attitude that follows them around for life.

You’ll discover this and a lot more in “Arm Your Child”.

You can use Arm Your Child to start this process immediately. This is easy to read, practical information you can use to start helping your child today, so that they can live the type of life we all deserve.

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