Parent effectiveness training for mothers: With the changing social dynamics in the society, it is only natural to expect motherhood to progress and develop. In today's world, single moms are not only a common but also an encouraging phenomenon. This allows single women the autonomy to create their own families. On the flipside, there is an overall lack of proper guidance on being a single mother, which is frustrating and disappointing. Single parenting can be tricky, especially if you are not in it by choice. If you have had a spouse or a partner who helped you with raising the kids, but circumstances force you to do the job on your own, then it can be frustrating and extremely demanding. This is why 'Parenting for Single Mothers: Being a Good Mom and Raising Great Kids' is an ideal guide for single mothers. Through this book, you can learn the best possible emotional, financial and social setting to bring up healthy and smart children. You will learn: - How to be prepared as a single mother parent. - Being a great parent at every stage in your child's life. - How to deal with the issue of absent parent from your child/children's life. - Tips, suggestion for running yours household efficiently and within your budget. - Dealing with financial security and financial needs of your child/children. - Introducing the new man in your life to your child/children
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Be a Great Single Parent offers a step-by-step, sensible and jargon-free guide to all the things that most concern you as a single parents, from what it means emotionally, how to cope with the practical realities day-to-day, and how to socialize with other parents like you and benefit from the many support networks available. There is plenty of expert emotional support and useful advice for fathers, mothers and other family members whatever your domestic situation, and further resources throughout.
The last few years has seen a tremendous increase in emotional and behavioral problems in children. Working parents, nuclear family structure, having a single child has made parenting a difficult task. Quality time is what parents are trying to juggle in their daily packed routines. Today parents may not be able to ascertain the various emotional and behavioral problems seen in children. I have tackled a few of these in the school going children like hyperactivity, behavior problems, T.V. addiction etc as well as the problems of the teenagers. Most of the times, these would be considered a part of growing up and not a serious problem. As a psychiatrist, I do feel that it is my primary duty to enlighten parents, make them aware and help them understand their children.
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This book sets out to present the latest research on the damage that competitive parenting is doing to our children; and to offer a way back to a more relaxed family life where children, and the adults they become, can truly flourish.
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