Nicholas Wilkinson’s Child Abuse: The Ripple Effect is raw and compelling. It’s a first-person account of an adult’s attempt to grapple with the crippling aftershocks of physical child
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Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is not a label I shy away from most of the time. While I always identify as myself, first and foremost, I do not
I have anger issues. I have tried for many years to find a way to focus my anger and not give into the chaos which can cause physical
Pamela Druckerman’s Bringing up Bebe: One American Mother Discovers the Wisdom of French Parenting (Penguin, 2012) is a humorous, helpful and worldly look at parenting, without the ‘do’s and
Sometimes I find myself thinking of how I met Allison. It was one of those days, when I felt like the only thing I want to do is
Real Food for Mother and Baby: The Fertility Diet, Eating for Two, and Baby’s First Foods, by Nina Planck is equal parts research, memoir and eating manual. Planck, a
My daughter and I recently followed the guidance in Carol Cline’s Start Potty Training Guide. Here’s the thing. My daughter just turned three and my wife and I
I have been self harming for about 11 years. Despite the large role it has played in my life I have never really focused on my self harm.
My daughter was born a few minutes before midnight on a Saturday night. The birth had started that morning artificially. By the afternoon it was clear things were
If you want to empower your children and you want to feel empowered yourself, than I recommend that you read, Take the Bully by the Horns by Sam
We lived in London when I discovered I was pregnant with my first child, and the idea of giving birth at home did not even enter my mind.
My pregnancy had been the crown jewel of my relationship with my partner up to that point. He was attentive, loving, protective, considerate, he sometimes knew what I
When I began home-schooling my youngest daughter a year and a half ago, one of my main goals was for her to continue to expand the unique spirituality
I recently finished Odd Girl Out: The Hidden Culture of Aggression in Girls by Rachel Simmons. Originally published in 2002, Simmons writes about her research into how and
Learning Outside the Lines is an insightful and heartfelt self-help book targeted at students with ADHD, dyslexia, and other learning disorders (LD). Authors Jonathan Mooney and David Cole attempt to teach