Published October 1985
by Potentials Unlimited Audio .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
My parents is a great book. It has made me understand a lot, even understand my parents (thought not Ygoslavian but from another conflict zone). It made me laugh and wonder. Great writing style. Though I did not enjoy "This does not belong to you", "My parents" is one of my favourites.4/5. Whether you're trying to navigate your first pregnancy, dealing with the terrible twos or arguing with an adolescent, these classic parenting books are the tried and true guides to turn to. About the Author. Barry Crosskopf, M.D., is in private practice in Seattle and is a clinical instructor at the University of Washington Department of Psychiatry. He is active in community medicine with difficult-to-treat patients, the underprivileged, and the under-served/5(11). Loved reading this book. It set my mind at ease. Losing a parent as an adult is an unexpectedly bewildering experience. Society expects you to bounce back quickly, simply because you've left home and are no longer dependant on your parents. The author clearly explains how people (can) deal with the loss of a by: 3.
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This book is a “must have” for oncologists, cancer treatment centers and families with teenagers."-Kathleen McCue, MA, LSW, CCLS, Director, Children's Program, The Gathering Place, Cleveland, Ohio “My Parent Has Cancer and It Really Sucks” provides a much-needed toolkit for teens coping with a parent. Thea Baker has illustrated this book with mixed-media collages from fabric and textured papers. There’s a guide for parents at the end of the book with information from a Christian perspective on how to help children grieve after losing someone they love, as well as tips on how to . In The Book You Wish Your Parents Had Read (and Your Children Will B This book is about how we have relationships with our children, what gets in the way of a good connection and what can enhance it The most influential relationships are between parents and children/5. To find something that your parents have hidden, think about the size of the item and where it would fit. For example, your parents would have to hide a bike in a very different spot than they would a DVD. Scour spots where your parents know you don’t go, like their closet, under their bed, in the garage or linen closet, or in a home office%().