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For those with less time on their hands Toddler Taming Tips offers authoritative but instant, practical and commonsense advice for parents with children at the challenging stage of toddlerdom. Based on over twenty-five years' experience, Dr Green's methods will help you to enjoy the toddler years, demystifying childcare and bringing the fun back into parenting. Toddler Taming Tips includes advice on: - sleep solutions that really work - successful potty training - the very latest on healthy eating - discipline - how to make life easier for yourself - dealing with tantrums - the low-down on playgroups, pre-schools, being a working parent And much more!
After two decades of parenting and talking with new parents, Karen Bemmes realized there was so much that she knows now that she wishes she had known as a new parent, and there are so many new parents now that could benefit from that knowledge. That is how 101 Parenting Tips, Tricks and Bits of Wisdom was born. It gives new parents answers to questions they may not have even thought of and tricks to make them feel like a veteran parent even if they're a newbie.
Inspired by his daughter, Ellison, 77 Tips For A Grown-Up Man is Kurt Starnes' first published literary effort. Realizing that Ellison was becoming more aware of his behavior as she grew up, Kurt was compelled to make an earnest effort to grow up himself and teach by example. While the growing up process continues, this book represents some areas in which he believes he's made the most progress. Kurt thinks there is still much more room for improvement and hopefully more tips for Volumes 2, 3 and beyond. Touching on health, fitness, addiction, appearance, education, thought, parenting, manners, memories and the future, this book holds half a lifetime's worth of knowledge reduced to 77 concise tips from this Grown-Up Man in progress.
Have you ever cringed in agony while watching your kid turn a play date into The Battle Of Hastings? Or ground your teeth into dust while listening to the same song for 100th time? Or cried into the pillow at 4:15 in the morning while your sleepless spawn used your back as a trampoline? If you've been there, this book will change your life. OK, it won't. But it will make you laugh more. And if you have perfect children, then get this book for your parent-friends. They might hate you less after that.
Most books on discrimination speak to the wrongdoers but not the victims. "Some Tips to Prevent Employment Discrimination Lawsuits "speaks to both. Robinson teaches employers how to run a productive, disciplined workforce without violating discrimination laws; how to prevent race discrimination, gender discrimination, age discrimination, religious discrimination, disability discrimination, sexual orientation discrimination, genetics discrimination, and sexual harassment in the workplace. He not only teaches the law but explains the biblical basis for the law and provides practical guidance, including many new, innovative ideas.
Robinson also explains how to avoid becoming a victim of discrimination. How can individuals determine whether they are a victim of discrimination, or instead, a victim of their own shortcomings? This book offers some valuable tips.
Robinson utilizes religious sources to explain why discrimination is wrong and shows how following religious and legal principles will help employers prevent discrimination in the workplace and reduce their exposure to employee lawsuits.
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