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Indissoluble Bonds, v2 By Grycz / Poniecki
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This is Volume 2 of a bi-lingual edition (Polish/English) of the wartime and post-wartime correspondence of the Grycz and Poniecki families. After war is politically over, its damage nevertheless... More > persists in the disruption innocent people's lives have experienced. These letters span the decade after WWII. What they convey seems to be mundane: news of family events, births, deaths, colds, hospitalizations, children, work, marriages and hopes. But the letters also show how such communal events serve to anneal family bonds, making them unbreakable. They tell a remarkable survival story of war-separated families.< Less
The Mother and Child Reunion By Tony Madrid, Ph.D.
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When a mother-child relationship is strained, it's usually not the mother's fault. The causes of the disruptions are often accidental, the result of physical separation at birth or emotional... More > preoccupation on the part of the mother due to some personal trauma in her life. When the cause of the bonding disruption is uncovered, things can get better. A method for discovering the cause of the disruption is presented, and the way to resolve it is outlined. A step-by-step procedure is presented for therapists to use in helping mothers and children reunite.< Less
The Mother and Child Reunion By Tony Madrid, Ph.D.
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When a mother-child relationship is strained, it's usually not the mother's fault. The causes of the disruptions are often accidental, the result of physical separation at birth or emotional... More > preoccupation on the part of the mother due to some personal trauma in her life. When the cause of the bonding disruption is uncovered, things can get better. A method for discovering the cause of the disruption is presented, and the way to resolve it is outlined. A step-by-step procedure is presented for therapists to use in helping mothers and children reunite.< Less
How to Motivate Children in the Classroom By Rachael Mah
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Who should read this book? • Teachers who want to enhance their current teaching and coaching techniques in school. • Parents who want to learn and support the teachers to positively... More > motivate their children at school and at home. Every teacher knows that handful of students that are just wired differently. These are the kids who become bored in the classroom. How to be teacher and how to motivate students? We must not continue to allow even one child to falter just because we wish we had a way to make a difference in his life! Did You Know? 1. Bonding with each student traditionally encourages even the most disruptive or combative children to recognize that they like their teacher. 2. A student must never be permitted to see a single failure or difficulty as a permanent status. 3. There is never a “one size fits all” answer to education, although a large number of systems strive to shape their programs to such a format.< Less