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There's not an app, but in this book there are many encouraging, useful and sometimes humorous insights. Dr. Susan DeMersseman calls upon 30 years as a psychologist, writer and parent to support other parents. In a collection of short chapters, the book covers the range from the child going off to kindergarten to the child coming home “temporarily” after college. There’s help for those raising a naughty child, for those dealing with scary dreams, bossy behavior and morning chaos. Accessible, common sense and immediately applicable, the suggestions will help parents feel and be more competent in this precious and challenging job. No App, but positive ways to raise and enjoy children at every stage.
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Susan DeMersseman, Ph.D. is a psychologist and writer in the San Francisco Bay Area, where she has worked with children and families for more than 30 years. This has given her a backstage pass to the won¬derful and challenging world of parenting. Dr. DeMersseman grew up in South Dakota and has shared that experience and the rich community of the Bay Area with her husband and her now grown chil¬dren. When she appears on local media or at parent workshops she is often introduced as a “parenting expert,” a label she describes as her favorite oxymoron (followed closely by sweet “sixteen”). Dr. DeMersseman’s writing has appeared in many na¬tional publications and in several books. Her website offer a sensible and sometimes humorous approach to being a parent. Her blog includes articles on raising children, gardens, and awareness. http://thegoodenoughparent.org/ http://sogoodwithwords.blogspot.com/
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2015. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M151420097X