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"Just Wait Till You Have Children of Your Own"
by Erma Bombeck

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November 12, 1981

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Vintage paperback
Memory and Abuse: Remembering and Healing the Effects of Trauma
by Charles Whitfield

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July 01, 1995

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<P>Remembering what happened in any traumatic experience is basic and crucial to healing. For over 100 years the memory of abuse survivors has been questioned and challenged by all sorts of people, ranging from perpetrators to family members. More recently, this memory has been challenged by a combination of accused family members, their lawyers and a few academics who claim the existence of a "false memory syndrome."<P> In this groundbreaking book Charles Whitfield, voted by his peers as being one of the best doctors in America, brings his clinical experience and knowledge about traumatic memory to us. He examines, explores and clarifies this critical issue that threatens to invalidate the experience of survivors of trauma and handcuff the helping professionals who assist them as they heal. This thorough, insightful work provides crucial information for anyone affected by a traumatic experience.</P><BR><BR>
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This is an essential guide for parents about vaccinations. Dr. Stephanie Cave explains their pros and cons and the book provides information to help parents make a knowledgeable, responsible choice about vaccinating their children.
Marijuana: Facts for Teens (Black and White)
by National Institute of Hea...

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Did you know that marijuana use among U.S. teens has dropped dramatically since the late 1990s? So…if you were thinking everyone smokes pot, they don’t. Statistics show that about 15 percent, or roughly 1 in 7 teens, report past-month marijuana use. In the last few years, however, the decline in marijuana use has stalled, and the reason may be that fewer of you consider marijuana to be a harmful drug. BUT…that perception is not correct. In 2009, among marijuana users 12 and older, 4.3 million had a marijuana abuse or addiction problem, according to clinical diagnostic criteria. Look inside this booklet to see what else we know, because marijuana is not as harmless as you may think.
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"...answers to some of the frustrating problems parents face." Author uses her experiences as mother and grandmother and a pastor's wife to shed light on ideas that work.
Aesop's Fables
by Reteller Ann McGovern

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80 pages
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This enchanting collection of writings and photographs evokes the beauty, humor and courage of women living in their later years and tells of the endearing moments of joy--and passion--to be found in the rich and varied world of midlife and beyond. An award-winning anthology that takes a refreshing look at issues of aging in a society that glorifies youth. Over 1.6 million copies of the anthology have been sold across the United States. This groundbreaking collection was one of the first non-clinical and positive books on women and aging, and was written by older women themselves. It challenged stereotypes and confronted the invisibility of older women in America.
Help for Thumb-Sucking Children
by Rosemary Van Norman

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November 01, 1998

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Step-by-step guidance helps parents wean children from a potentially damaging habit.
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This title offers a gentle routine for your baby, trusted by thousands of mums, from the bestselling author Megan Faure. Some of the most common parental concerns in baby's first year are things like: why is baby crying, how do I get baby to sleep well? and, how do I make time for myself? The answers to these questions and more, lie in a baby's sensory world. "The Babysense Secret" is based on the simple idea, that by observing your baby, you can determine when he wants to sleep, feed, or interact with you and thereby establish a routine structured around your baby's needs. This routine will lay the groundwork for a calm and contented first year, ensuring positive early sensory experiences leading to a happier childhood. Special features provide information and top tips on popular parenting subjects, such as baby massage, colic remedies and caring for premature babies. So for a happier, and more contented child, create a routine based around your baby.