Listen More, Talk Less

“Listen More, Talk Less” is an easy to read book that can benefit anyone involved in the life of a child. The pages overflow with tips to help improve communication with your child. Advice includes how to read your child’s body language, understand real gender differences, negotiate, and handle conflict before it gets out of hand. How to use family meetings to improve communication. More

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About Julie Prescott

Julie has been writing her thoughts and fancies since she was a teen. "It is a marvelous way to empty your brain, for the moment," Prescott relays.
When she became a single parent at the age of 27, Prescott knew there had to be help available, besides Dr. Spock's book. She didn't start writing the Single Parent Wisdom series until her three children and two step children were adults. She found looking back was the way to help others. She could see what worked and what didn't. What she worried and fretted about when they were young that didn't need so much attention. Prescott asked others to help answer questions she had when the children were young, but now the children were grown. Over 100 former single parents with young children who were now adults, answered her questions and the series: Single Parent Wisdom: If only I knew then what I know now...

Moving on, Prescott continues to look back, way back to her ancestors lives. Researching family trees has brought new appreciation for what her ancestors survived so she could live her comfortable life, today. The new ebook series: "USA's First 13 States" lists the histories of each state, making sure to get the original names, and the many name changes of the towns, counties, and states, that became the US 13. To help genealogists find the correct information, this series is designed as a reference guide. "It is our way of walking in their shoes," Prescott explains.

About the Series: Single Parent Wisdom: If only I knew then, what I know now
Tips for parents to help ease the daily task gathered from parents who have already raised their children as single parents. They honestly tell you what worked and what did not.

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