Free parenting and families Kindle books for 17 Nov 18

Handle It like a Mother: For the mom that needs to know she isn’t alone

by S.A. Bross

Sometimes moms just want to know that the journey they are on is normal. Within these pages, moms everywhere can hear the message that what they’re going through is the same as so many others. Tips and advice from a mother of three herself, maybe this is the help you’ve been looking for.

What Autism Gave Me: A Devastating Diagnosis To A Triumphant Life

by Michael Haigwood Goodroe

An Unexpected Story of Hope and Perseverance… As a young child, it was obvious something was wrong with Michael. He lacked basic motor skills and was unable to follow simple instructions or answer questions. Testing revealed a diagnosis of autism with a low IQ. Experts insisted that leading an independent life would be impossible for himâ?¦and school was not an option. Supported by documentation and interviews, Michael’s heartfelt memoir traces the sustained challenges and turbulent journey he faced. His life was plagued by failures, negative results, rejections from schools, an inability to complete simple karate moves or participate in activitiesâ??all of which confirmed the hopeless situation. But Michael was surrounded by support, and he was encouraged to keep trying no matter how many times he failed. Developmental progress was not always obvious, but Michael was finding his own unique path. What Autism Gave Me is a powerful reminder that the human drive to succeed is stronger than any diagnosis.

A Beginner’s Guide to Defy Divorce and Take a Stand for Your Marriage

by Beth Durkee

Are you a Christian person faced with an unwanted or unbiblical divorce? Do you feel there is no worldly recourse to stop the inevitable? Are you willing to seek God’s help to save your marriage despite what the world is telling you? Are you ready to take a Stand for your marriage?

40 personal restoration testimonies.
God’s original intent for marriage.
Old Testament allowances for divorce.
Basic first steps to Standing for your marriage.
Various prayer methods.
Common hindrances to restoration.
Interview with a returned prodigal.

A to-the-point, how-to guide written specifically to those learning how to “Stand” for the Christian restoration of their marriages and to those wanting reassurance that their Stand is supported by heaven.

One of the restored who testified in this book remarked that reading it could have shaved two years off of her learning curve to effectively stand for her marriage! Do you have time to learn by trial and error or would you rather learn from the experience of others?

Features an interview with J. Rellos and 40 other named and anonymous testimonies from the restored. Named testimonials written by P. Armstrong, C. Case, C. Gullett, K. Recore, K. Rellos, B. Rose, E. Sperico and K. Taylor.

Gay Adoption: How to Adopt as a Same-Sex Couple ~ An Essential Guide to Same Sex Adoption and Parenting

by Gavin Hsieh

If you and your same-sex partner are considering adopting a child, then this book is for you!

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

Throughout history, adoption has brought so much joy to couples who are biologically unable to have children yet still desire to raise a child and start a family. Same-sex couples are no exception to how any of this works: As a couple, the bond between you and your partner will grow stronger as you fulfill your responsibilities as parents. And as an individual, having a child will change you in ways that you couldn’t have imagined. By loving another person unconditionally, you will mature into a better version of yourself. If you and your same-sex partner are thinking of adopting a child to complete your family, this guide is for you. Although the process is virtually the same as any other adoption, this book was written with the same-sex couple in mind. You will learn the different ways to adopt a child, as well as get special tips on same-sex parenting and the occasional challenges that you may encounter.

Here Is A Preview Of What You’ll Learn…

  • Getting to Know LGBT Adoption
  • Understanding the Different Methods of Adoption
  • How to Prepare for the Adoption Process
  • Finding the Right Agency
  • Establishing a Relationship with the Birth Mother
  • Meeting Your Adoptive Child
  • Finalizing the Adoption
  • Tips for Same-Sex Parenting
  • Much, much more!

Download your copy today!


by Cassie Chapple

Never give up on your dreams, never believe all that you’re told, and never give up the fight. When you go from believing you’re not capable to discovering that you are, and proving it, that makes it even more incredible and gives you a great feeling of satisfaction. Premature Ovarian failure and living with a disability like Fragile X doesn’t have to restrict your life or make it bleak, it just means you have to do certain things a little differently. Being different isn’t bad, either – it’s what makes us unique, and having a child with Fragile X is definitely that.

Always look for the positive, no matter how dark situations get or how challenging they become. We are a lot stronger than we think and the body can overcome things that we never thought possible.

Hope and faith got us where we are today, and more to the point, where my daughter is. I couldn’t be more thankful and I truly believe that if you want something badly enough, it will happen.

Unabridged Guide to Parenting: The sum of all scientific knowledge about how to raise children

by Baht Mann

So you had a baby. They turn into people. How do you deal with those people? This book guides you through the latest scientific breakthroughs and proven techniques for raising a successful child.

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