Do you ever wonder what your parents were thinking when they raised you? Do you worry about becoming like them or do you wish you could go back and ask? Based on the Myers-Briggs types, this format allows you to understand them a little better, without requiring tests or answers from the people you are assessing.
We cannot change the past, but we can change how we feel about it.
No part of you contributes as much to your happiness and enjoyment in life. Your inner child is there to work with you on reforming the relationship of you which you may have neglected or rejected it from allowing it to come with you into adulthood. Our inner child is our creativity and vitality, which without it, we become discouraged from developing a sense of fun that stops us from loving life.
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 Little Boy Who Got Lost book takes you on the journey of a young school age boy who got lost. The reader will experience all the different feelings and emotions the boy goes through and how his up bringing and morals allow him to get himself out of a sticky situation.
Why the rabbit has long ears? The explanation is simple: Daddy Rabbit pulls his ears all the time!
A satirical picture book about child rearing. Children and parents can laugh about it and reflect on it together. With colored etchings by Linda Wolfsgruber. The book won the Austrian Children's Book Award 2000 and the Children's Book Award of the City of Vienna 2000.