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  • These known psychologists have provided parents with a guide of effective strategies to help prepare children for life’s challenges:

    "Raising Resilient Children" by Robert Brooks and Sam Goldstein
    (ISBN: 0-8092-9765-5; McGraw-Hill Books)
  • Renowned educator, mental training consultant and lifeskills programs creator, Dr. Terry Orlick, has written this book with a series of many others, to help parents nurture and respect themselves and their needs, to be able to take better care of their children’s feelings:

    "Nice on My Feelings: Nurturing the Best in Children and Parents" by Terry Orlick, PH.D
    (ISBN: 0-921165-41-2; Creative Bound Inc.)
  • This is an excellent children book to read to your preschooler to help them understand about feelings. In this story, children explore many mood changes; for ages 4-8:

    "Today I Feel Silly and Other Moods That Make My Day" by Jamie Lee Curtis and Laura Cornell
    (ISBN: 0-06-028761-6; Harper Collin)
  • This book is a great guide for parents to helping children sort out their mixed feelings about the new baby. A great literacy choice for family reading time:

    "The New Baby At Your House" by Joanna Cole
    (ISBN: 0-688-16698-9)

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