“You’re Not Crazy: Overcoming Parent/Child Alienation” by Lynn Steinberg

“You’re Not Crazy” was written with purpose for an audience of judges, family attorneys, psychologists and psychotherapists, friends, family, guardians, and governmental departments not otherwise familiar with the term or dynamics at play in parental alienation cases. The goal is always for alienated parents and children to be reunited, but as author Lynn Steinberg shows, this isn’t typically an easy feat.  … More “You’re Not Crazy: Overcoming Parent/Child Alienation” by Lynn Steinberg

“Emotional Magnetism: How to Communicate to Ignite Connection in Your Relationships” by Sandy Gerber

Have you ever misunderstood what others meant by what they say? Have you ever felt misunderstood by your partner, friend, coworker? Have the people in your life not understood why certain things are important to you? Have you questioned why others find certain things important to them? “Emotional Magnetism” might be just the tool you need to help you and the others in your life better understand each other. … More “Emotional Magnetism: How to Communicate to Ignite Connection in Your Relationships” by Sandy Gerber

“Roots and Wings” by Lili-Ann Kriegler

Opening with the infamous poem (and one of my own personal favourites!) “The Tyger” by William Blake, the author uses Blake’s exaltation of creation as inspiration to frame her own analogy of a blacksmith’s workshop as the “creator” of the “mettle” of a family, which she defines as a proactive point of view and spirit of resilience that one can adopt to improve the chance of life success. … More “Roots and Wings” by Lili-Ann Kriegler

“Who Will Accompany You?” by Meg Stafford

“Who Will Accompany You?” by Meg Stafford is a reflective take on the author’s “Mother-Daughter Journeys Far from Home and Close to the Heart.” Broken up into three sections, Meg (the mother), reflects on her journeys to foreign lands with her daughters, Kate and Gale, with the respective sections including the daughter’s point of view as well. … More “Who Will Accompany You?” by Meg Stafford

“Love’s Legacy: Viscount Chateaubriand and the Irish Girl” by Daniel Fallon

Daniel Fallon is professor emeritus of psychology at the University of Maryland and author of articles and books dealing with public policy, education, and cultural reforms. In his book “Love’s Legacy” he takes a step back from the world issues to take an up-close look into his family heritage. … More “Love’s Legacy: Viscount Chateaubriand and the Irish Girl” by Daniel Fallon

“Create Forever Teammates: How Connections and Relationships Are Winning Steps in Life and Sports” by Patrick Touhey

Create Forever Teammates is a refreshing blend of heart, intelligence, and passion, trumpeting core values, none more essential than the enduring impact of human connection. It is, more than anything, a community building work, a blueprint for how to build a culture, how we should see and conduct ourselves in relation to each other and how, working in concert, we can build better lives for us all. … More “Create Forever Teammates: How Connections and Relationships Are Winning Steps in Life and Sports” by Patrick Touhey

“Challenges of Special Children: An Alternative ‘How To’ Guide for Parents on Managing Their Child’s Behavior in a Natural, Loving Way” by Amelia Starlight

“Challenges of Special Children: An Alternative ‘How To’ Guide for Parents on Managing Their Child’s Behavior in a Natural, Loving Way,” is a solid and informative guide by Psychologist Amelia Starlight. Parenting, although a beautiful experience, is one of the most difficult jobs on the planet. For parents whose child’s needs are higher than the allistic child’s, parenting can be at times demanding, leaving parents frustrated and drained. … More “Challenges of Special Children: An Alternative ‘How To’ Guide for Parents on Managing Their Child’s Behavior in a Natural, Loving Way” by Amelia Starlight