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A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
Understand Your Kids and Enjoy Parenting
Learn to love the ups and downs of parenting.
Understand your child and respond better to their needs by following advice from parenting experts.
Accepting that every child is unique, Child Psychology offers new approaches to parenting and explains how they can benefit your family, helping you to put them into practice straight away.
Full of case studies and activities, and fresh, accessible and useful ideas, this Practical Guide will help you to guide your child through life’s challenges and support their learning and development.
FROM MOTHER TO DAUGHTER: THE THINGS I’D TELL MY CHILD
KATIE PIPER & DIANE PIPER
PSYCHOLOGICAL INPUT BY KAIREN CULLEN
Whether you’re becoming a mum for the first time or you have children who are growing up faster than you could have ever imagined, motherhood can feel like the most joyful and yet the most daunting of times. But you’re not alone. From the moment I knew my first baby was a girl I started to plan, hope and dream. I couldn’t wait to experience that special bond, but I wondered how I’d feel about being a working mum, how I’d hold on to the person I am. I also knew that the world has changed so much since I was growing up. What advice, values and role models would help give my daughter the confidence and strength to cope with all that might come her way – and to give her an open mind and warm heart? This is my journey in motherhood: my experiences, hopes and fears – with my mum’s stories of raising me, a parenting expert’s advice and empowering exercises – to guide you from those first wobbly moments to being a happy, healthy mum and raising children who aren’t afraid to be themselves – and to go for the life they want. KATIE PIPER
From Mother to Daughter is about motherhood, what you learn as a mother, the things you would tell your daughter and most of all it’s Katie and Diane Piper’s celebration of the incredible power of mother-daughter relationships.