Why do toddlers behave the way they do? And are they doing it deliberately to wind their parents up? If only toddlers came with an instruction manual - well, now they do. This book brings together tried and tested practical, down-to-earth tips from parents who've survived the toddler years and want to help you do the same. If you've ever wondered how to get your child to sleep through the night, listen when you say no and stop reacting with horror at the sight of something green on their plate, this book can help. 'Toddlers: an instruction manual' celebrates the qualities we love about toddlers, and suggests ways to navigate their less appealing aspects. We cannot stop your toddler from tormenting you, but we can help you get through with your sanity (just about) intact. Written with warmth and understanding, 'Toddlers: an instruction manual' is a practical guide to parenting your child when the challenges may seem to outnumber the good bits and you most need a helping hand. Part of the royalties are donated to Home-Start, one of the UK's leading family support charities.
One's feelings about loving God and mankind might ultimately translate to success. Equally, being a good steward of one's time and talents might translate to success. One person's sustenance and maintenance of enthusiasm might surmount this world's economic turbulence, greed and selfishness. It is therefore important to think about how one might snack on love and ultimately enjoy a copious meal of success.
If one's mental processes control virtually every transaction and activity in one's life, then Proverbs 23:7, "As a man thinketh in his heart, so is he" becomes relevant. Conclusively, purging and developing the transformational mental processes could result into Dr. McGraw's "authentic self." Such authentic self seems to be the ultimate expression of love from God to one's self.
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