Parenting web resources

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Parents Magazine group offers excellent parenting resources on their website.

Empowering Parents offers articles, blogs, and other helpful suggestions for effective parenting.

Click here for several links related to fathers, mothers, single parenting, and homeschooling offered through the Relationship Resource Group.

The National Responsible Fatherhood Clearinghouse offers helpful, up-to-date resources for fathers.

The Birth Injury Justice Center is devoted to educating families who have a child diagnosed with a birth injury or may be showing signs of a birth injury such as Cerebral Palsy and Erb’s Palsy.


Additional Parenting Resources:

Bronson, P., Merryman, A. (2009). Nurture shock: New thinking about children. New York, NY: Grand Central Publishing.

Chapman, G., Campbell, R. (1997). The five love languages of children. Chapman & Campbell.

Dobson, J. (2001). Bringing up boys: Practical advice and encouragement for those shaping the next generation of men. Tyndale.

Gottman, J.M., Declaire, J. (1997). Raising an emotionally intelligent child: The heart of parenting. New York, NY: Fireside.

Gurian, M. (2002). The wonder of girls: Understanding the hidden nature of our daughters. New York, NY: Pocket Books.

Gurian, M. (1996). The wonder of boys: What parents, mentors and educators can do to shape boys into exceptional men. New York, NY: Tarcher/Putnam.

Harvey, P., Penzo, J. (2009). Parenting a child who has intense emotions. Oakland, CA: New Harbinger Publications.

Hass, Aaron. (1994). The gift of fatherhood: How men’s lives are transformed by their children. New York: NY: Fireside.

Kimmel, T. (2004). Graced based parenting. Nashville, TN: Word Publishing Group.

Kohn, A. (2005). Unconditional parenting: Moving from rewards and punishment to love and reason. Atria Books.

Kuranka, M.S. (1998). Raising your spirited child. New York, NY: HarperCollins Publishing.

Leman, K. (2000). Making children mind iwthout losing yours. Grand Rapids, MI: Fleming H. Revell.

McDowell, J. (2000). The disconnected generation: Saving our youth from self-destruction. Nashville, TN: Word Publishing.

McMinn, L.G. (2000). Growing strong daughters: Encouraging girls to become all they’re meant to be. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books.

Medhus, E. (2001) Raising children who think for themselves. New York, NY: MJF Books.

Narramore, B. (1980). Adolescence is not an illness. Old Tappan, NJ: Fleming H. Revell Company.

Nelsen, J., Erwin, C., Duffy, R. (1995). Positive discipline for preschoolers: for their early years-raising children who are responsible, respectful and resourceful. Rocklin, CA: Prima Publishing.

Newton, R.P. (2008). The attachment connection: Parenting a secure & confident child using the science of attachment theory. Oakland, CA: New Harbinger Publications, Inc.

Sears, W., Sears, M. (1995). The discipline book: Everything you need to know to have a better behaved child-from birth to age ten. New York, NY: Little, Brown, & Company.

Seligman, M.E.P., Reivich, K., Jaycox, L., Gillham, J. (1995). The optimistic child: A proven program to safeguard children against depression and build life long resilience. New York, NY: Harper Collins Publishers, Inc.

Smalley, G., Trent, J.T. (1993). The blessing. Nashville, TN: Thomas Nelson, Inc.

Thomas, G.L. (2004). Sacred parenting: how raising children shapes our souls. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan.

Whitham, C. (1991).Winning the whining war and other skirmishes. Pasadena, CA: Perspective Publishing.

Wiseman, R. (2002). Queen bees and wannabees: helping your daughter survive cliques, gossip, boyfriends, and other realities of adolescence. New York, NY: Crown Publishers