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Neurodiversity Titles of Note | Parenting


Raising Mentally Strong Kids: How To Combine the Power of Neuroscience with Love and Logic To Grow Confident, Kind, Responsible, and Resilient Children and Young Adults

Many parents will gain much insight into how to raise mentally healthy individuals who treat others (and self) with dignity and demonstrate empathy.

The 5 Principles of Parenting: Your Essential Guide to Raising Good Humans

Comprehensive and filled with ideas that parents can quickly translate into action. A remarkable addition to collections.

Momma Cusses: A Field Guide to Responsive Parenting & Trying Not To Be the Reason Your Kid Needs Therapy

Side-splittingly funny and relatable. A rollicking read for overwhelmed parents who can look past a few swear words to learn how to regulate themselves to be responsive, not reactive, to their children.

You’re Not Done Yet: Parenting Young Adults in an Age of Uncertainty

An insightful guide that addresses the oft-ignored problems that young adults face. For parents who want to help their young adults lead thriving, independent lives.

Parenting Anxious Kids: Understanding Anxiety in Children by Age and Stage

With epidemic levels of anxiety on the rise, especially for youths, this guide will benefit many parents who are looking for ways to be of help, instead of a hindrance, to their children.

Your Child Is Not Broken: Parent Your Neurodivergent Child Without Losing Your Marbles

This book will help many parents of neurodivergent children. Readers will appreciate Mavir’s honest, no-holds-barred approach.

Becoming a Screen-Savvy Family: How To Navigate a Media-Saturated World—and Why We Should

This title is aimed at Christian parents, but the book’s tips will likely help most people concerned about their children’s media usage and consumption.

Sigh, See, Start: How To Be the Parent Your Child Needs in a World That Won’t Stop Pushing

This book will appeal to many parents who are feeling guilty about not meeting their child’s needs. This book’s solutions are simple enough to implement immediately.
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