First 100 Words For Expecting New Parents
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📒First 100 Words For Expecting New Parents ✍ Karla Oceanak
✏First 100 Words for Expecting New Parents Book Summary : What to expect in pregnancy and new parenthood boiled down to 100 funny words and cartoons
📒What They Didn T Expect When They Were Expecting ✍ Leslie Stanley-Stevens
✏What They Didn t Expect When They Were Expecting Book Summary : Most people realize that marriage is a big transition-that's why premarital counseling has become popular. But what about having a baby? Where is the pre-parental counseling? Childbirth classes describe how to get through labor, delivery, and those first feedings, but this new baby will require the parents to do much more. They will have to renegotiate their time together, their time at work, their leisure, their housework-everything. Without clear guidance, many first time parents may have unreasonable expectations about their new lives. Gleaning the results of 186 surveys and interviews, What They Didn't Expect When They Were Expecting . . . And How They Became Better Parents describes findings such as: * Fifty percent of the couples had at least one unexpected pregnancy.* None of the expectant parents thought they would have conflict over parenting. Nevertheless, all of those parents admitted to some conflict five years later.* Most expectant parents didn't think work would interfere with family life. But five years later, the mothers' #1 complaint was that their husbands worked too much.Additionally, this book provides practical, biblically-based guidance for expectant parents and parents of young children. Some of the topics addressed are:* How parents can take care of their family's needs as well as their own.* Why it's good for moms to get some space from the kids.* How to recognize toxic messages from the workplace and the media; messages that work against a happy family. * Practical techniques for child discipline.* Balancing work and family.* How dads can be equal parenting partners.* Practical techniques for resolving parenting conflicts.* Important information concerning the most appropriate types of childcare. What They Didn't Expect When They Were Expecting and How They Became Better Parents reveals how strengthening your marriage improves your parenting.
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📒Writing For Money In Mental Health ✍ Douglas H. Ruben
✏Writing for Money in Mental Health Book Summary : Offering a simple-to-follow roadmap for scholars, practitioners, and journalists seeking payable markets for their works, Writing for Money in Mental Health is your authoritative guide to the inner circle of writing for dollars on mental health topics. For psychiatrists; psychologists; occupational, physical, and vocational therapists; allied health practitioners; and journalists specializing in mental health topics, this book guides you through the obstacles of choosing topics, locating suitable placements, meeting submission criteria, and facing the fear of rejection. The book's focus on how to write stimulating articles and book proposals, translate technical jargon into plain English, and stay up to date with insider tips will help you supplement your paycheck in a time of shrinking referrals, clients, and opportunities for income. As the first complete handbook for aspiring professionals seeking consumer and commercial outlets for their writing, Writing for Money in Mental Health describes proven strategies for low and high profit results in scripting mental health ideas without painstaking effort. You'll use this handy guide to discover: how to write for money instead of pure scholarship how to alter your style for the consumable public market new markets in multimedia typically overlooked in mental health writing nontraditional paths to publication how easy writing for the public can be--especially for money Along with inspirational instruction and invaluable trade secrets at the heart of manuscripts sales, each chapter provides you with a detailed list of resources. These annotated entries, culled from questionnaires returned from editors, publishers, and other media personnel, list key editorial data on magazines, book publishers, and other multimedia purchasers open to submissions in the mental health field whose products are for tabloid or mass appeal.
📒Writer S Market 1992 ✍ Mark Kissling
✏Writer s Market 1992 Book Summary : A guide for the freelance writer, listing pertinent information about publications and editors.
📒2007 Writer S Market ✍ Robert Brewer
✏2007 Writer s Market Book Summary : A guide for the freelance writer, listing pertinent information about publications and editors
📒1985 Writer S Market ✍ Paula Deimling
✏1985 Writer s Market Book Summary : A guide for the freelance writer, listing pertinent information about publications and editors
📒1997 Writer S Market ✍ Kirsten Campbell Holm
✏1997 Writer s Market Book Summary : A guide for the freelance writer, listing pertinent information about publications and editors
📒Writer S Market 1993 ✍ Mark Kissling
✏Writer s Market 1993 Book Summary : Every year writers rely on the new edition of Writer's Market for information vital to their successful writing careers. This edition contains up-to-date information on 4,000 buyers of freelance materials, as well as listings of contests and awards, helpful articles, and interviews with professionals.
📒Writer S Market 1994 ✍ Mark Garvey
✏Writer s Market 1994 Book Summary : This edition contains up-to-date information on 4,000 buyers of freelance materials, as well as listings of contests and awards. Helpful articles and interviews with top professionals make this the source for up-and-coming--and already arrived--writers.