Print Page   |   Contact Us   |   Sign In   |   Join
Recommended Reading: Books
Share |
Raising Money-Smart Kids in a Debt-Filled World
Raising Money-Smart Kids in a Debt-Filled World
Raising Money-Smart Kids in a Debt-Filled World

101 Jokes for Kids: A Free, Printable Joke Book from Grandparents
Share some belly laughs with the grandkids with our hilarious collection of puns, riddles, and knee-slappers.


Raising Money-Smart Kids in a Debt-Filled World
In Smart Money Smart Kids, financial expert and best-selling author Dave Ramsey and his daughter Rachel Cruze equip parents to teach their children how to win with money. Starting with the basics like working, spending, saving, and giving then moving into more challenging issues like avoiding debt, paying cash for college, and battling discontentment, Dave and Rachel present a no-nonsense, common-sense approach to changing your family tree. - See more at: https://www.smartmoneysmartkids.com/#sthash.OYYGb3HZ.dpuf
In Smart Money Smart Kids, financial expert and best-selling author Dave Ramsey and his daughter Rachel Cruze equip parents to teach their children how to win with money. Starting with the basics like working, spending, saving, and giving then moving into more challenging issues like avoiding debt, paying cash for college, and battling discontentment, Dave and Rachel present a no-nonsense, common-sense approach to changing your family tree.
In Smart Money Smart Kids, financial expert and best-selling author Dave Ramsey and his daughter Rachel Cruze equip parents to teach their children how to win with money. Starting with the basics like working, spending, saving, and giving then moving into more challenging issues like avoiding debt, paying cash for college, and battling discontentment, Dave and Rachel present a no-nonsense, common-sense approach to changing your family tree. - See more at: https://www.smartmoneysmartkids.com/#sthash.OYYGb3HZ.dpuf

 

Out of Control

This book turns the traditional notion of parenthood on its head; shifting the epicenter from a linear, parent-to-child relationship, to a mutual, circular, parent-with-child, relationship. In this new paradigm, the focus of the parenting dynamic is not so much on the spiritual and emotional development of the child, as it is of the parent. Here, the child is recognized not only as the emotional receiver of its parent's psychological and spiritual legacy, but as the usher of its parent's psychological and spiritual transcendence. The child is seen as filled with the potential to spark a deep transformation within its parents - provided its parents are willing and able to invite such an internal change. Once the paradigm shifts from the parent as "know-it-all" to one where the parent is learning alongside the child, then power, control and dominance become words of an archaic language. Instead, mutual kinship and spiritual partnership become the focus on the parenting journey. The pillars of the Ego crumble as the parent realizes that capacity of the child to transport them into a state of soul and presence. The call to conscious parenting realizes, at its core, that children possess the ability to enter into a state of presence far beyond the capacity of adults. It is here that we as parents,  are given the opportunity to create internal change and begin to uncover the art of living in the present.

 

While other books focus on the child, and the ability of the parent to create change in the child, this book does the opposite. It focuses on the transformation of the parent - and the parent's ability to "use" the role of parent to bring about psychological growth. Here, the parent realizes that the art of parenting lies not on clever techniques or quick fix-its, but instead on one's capacity to enter into a state of communion with the self - the parent's own self. Once the relationship to one's own inner state of wholeness is established, then the capacity for a spiritually restorative relationship with one's child is infinitely possible. This book reveals the undeniable truth: our children are the mirrors to our forgotten selves; if we were willing to look in the mirror we would find the way back to our essence.

WHY IT IS TIMELY:

 

Something is drastically way off center. Our children are over-medicated and over-diagnosed; our prison system is bursting at its seams; the suicide rate of college students around the world is on the rise; marriages are falling apart at a higher rate than ever before. The miasma of emotional dysfunction and spiritual impoverishment is spreading exponentially. We can look for endless solutions, but the truth is in plain sight: we have lost our ability to be conscious. It is this lack of consciousness that is having a devastating impact on our children and the world they will inhabit in the future. Our children are growing up with love, perhaps, but with a dearth of mindfulness. As parents, we are unconsciously passing on an inheritance of psychological pain and emotional voidness. Our children are paying too heavy a price for this lack of consciousness. The time has come for us to heal our children and their future. The time has come to shift the entire paradigm of parenting on its head. The time has come for parenting to be about what it has always meant to be: the parent. This book does not provide the ease of comfort most parenting books provide in allowing the parent to focus on the child. This book does not allow for any such safe illusion. Instead, this book stays true to its message that children can be raised into conscious adults only when its parents have allowed themselves to be raised into a higher state of consciousness.

 

BIO:

Shefali Tsabary, Ph.D., received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Columbia University, New York.  Dr. Shefali was exposed to Eastern mindfulness at an early age and integrates its teachings with Western psychology. It is this blend of East and West that allows her to reach a wide audience around the world. Her ability to appeal to both a psychologically astute audience and a consciousness-driven one, marks her as one of a kind.

Dr. Shefali has worked with a varied demographic; from survivors of the Tsunami to women from a third-world country; from inner city youth to suburban families; from the elderly and infirm, to corporate leaders. In addition, she has lectured extensively on Mindful Living and Conscious Parenting around the world. She currently has a private practice in New York where she works with clients across the spectrum. Her first book, "It's a Mom: What you should know about the early years of motherhood" was released by Penguin and debuted on the Indian bestseller list for four weeks. This is her second book.


Parenting Without a Partner - Raising Happy Healthy Children by Yourself

Olivia Sanborne is a writer who has just emerged into the literary world. She has been writing for a long time; however, she has just recently decided to share her thoughts and dreams in the form of books and novellas.

Most of what she writes about comes from her lifetime experiences, even the how-to books. For example if you have read her ebook How to Reduce Stress Now, she IS the single mother who decided to go back to college while she worked 2-3 part-time jobs. She did all of this and graduated with a 3.67 GPA!

She’s also had experiences which led to writing about academics, management, children, and parenting. Olivia is currently an Instructor of English, Writing, and Critical Thinking at a Business Career College where she shares her vast knowledge with her students. She has three children and 13 grandchildren, as well as a new great-granddaughter. She writes in the evenings and on weekends and loves every minute of it!

When Divorce Do Us Part: How to Live and Love Again

by Hogan Hilling
Hogan Hilling is the author of a revolutionary book of hope for divorcees titled "When Divorce Do Us Part: How to Live and Love Again", (Motivational Press, 2013). Hilling has appeared on Oprah and ABC's Documentary The Story of Fathers and Sons. Hilling is also the author of five fatherhood books. He also served as a facilitator for the St. Andrews Divorce Recovery Workshop in Newport Beach, California. Hilling is known as The Divorce Guru and provides a consultation service for spouses in the divorce press. His website address is www.thedivorceguru.com.

One Night of Candy Cane Dreams
Crystal's Christmas Tree Hunt

by Mary Bockin Fancher
Mary Bockin Fancher spent her childhood in what was at that time a small town, Yardley, PA.  This is where all of her dreams began.  Having worked with children for many years, she is now retired, living in San Ramon, CA where she is working on her next book. 

What Makes a Family

by Gil Bar-Sela
Gil Bar-Sela is the creator of OOTO, a company that creates unique educational tool that celebrate diversity. He is also a grownup to Sareen, who lives with her two mothers, Shellie and Allegra. What Makes a Family? is Gil’s first book. Gil lives is Seattle, Washington with his partner, Tom.
http://www.ootofamilies.com/

See You Tomorrow

by Gary Matloff, PH.D.
"I am a licensed psychologist and nationally certified school psychologist, who specializes in treating children and teens through college for a variety of behavioral, social, and emotional concerns.  Having earned my Ph.D. in School Psychology from the University of Florida, Specialist Degree in School Psychology from Northeastern University, and Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology from Fairleigh Dickinson University, my well-rounded education and training equips me with the ability to understand and treat problems from a multitude of perspectives. I have been providing clinical and psychoeducational services for the past twenty years in a variety of settings, including community mental health centers, day treatment, residential, and public schools, and private practice.

I am also a father, who adopted my two sons from Brazil when they were eight and eleven years old, as I narrated in my book, See You Tomorrow . . . Reclaiming the Beacon of Hope. I understand first-hand the joys and challenges involved in raising children today, enriching my ability to relate with parents at their level.

The book is available pretty much anywhere online - paperback or e-reader (i.e., Amazon, Barnes & Noble) or directly through High Street Publishing on my website: www.psyched4kids.com"




© 1998 - 2014 Parents Without Partners, All Rights Reserved.

PWP is managed by Offinger Management Company | 740-452-4541 | www.Offinger.com

Membership Software Powered by YourMembership.com®  ::  Legal