Books tagged: parent guilt

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Mature Parenting Workbook
Price: $3.80 USD. Words: 12,750. Language: English. Published: March 15, 2016. Categories: Nonfiction » Relationships and Family » Parenting / child rearing
Do you find yourself irritated with your children and even losing control around them? Are you possessive, overly protective or suffer from guilt related to your children? Our parenting styles usually reflect unresolved problems from our own childhoods. Learn how to cope with strong emotions and become a healthy parent. Very good book for those who consider parenthood, too.
The Petting Zoo
Price: Free! Words: 3,210. Language: English. Published: April 30, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Coming of age
The eleven–year–old son of newly–separated parents spends the day with his folks. First published in Many Mountains Moving.
When Bluebirds Fly: Losing a Child, Living with Hope
Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 102,450. Language: English. Published: November 5, 2012 by Henschel Haus Publishing, Inc.. Categories: Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Death, Grief, Bereavement, Nonfiction » Inspiration » Personal inspiration
The Devenys seemed like a perfect family,living on Lake Minnetonka, Minnesota. On July 13th, 1991, they found out that tragedies don't only happen to other people. When Billy, a mischievous eighteen-month-old, slid open the door and ran out of the house, the family's destiny was changed forever. Shared from both parents' perspective, this book offers hope after the death of a child.
Welcome to the Guilt Club: Taming Self-Doubt When Raising Kids
Price: Free! Words: 32,610. Language: English. Published: July 31, 2012. Categories: Nonfiction » Relationships and Family » Parenting, Nonfiction » Relationships and Family » Emotions
From babyhood on, the guilt never ends. Was I overly harsh with that discipline? Should I really let my children cry themselves to sleep? “My mother-in-law was judgmental about everything.” —Maria, mom of two. “My kids don’t clean up after themselves and it wears me out.” —Gina, mom of two. My friends, it’s time to step back and laugh at our mistakes. Welcome to the Guilt Club. It sucks.