For Parents

How to Win at Sports Parenting: Maximizing the Sports Experience for You and Your Child, by Jim Sundberg and Janet Sundberg (Colorado Springs:WaterBrook Press, 2000). How to help your kids enjoy the sports they play, deal with game day emotions in a healthy manner, and learn valuable sports-to-life lessons.A Christian perspective.

Learning to Play, Playing to Learn: Games and Activities to Teach Sharing, Caring, and Compromise, by Charlie Steffens and Spencer Gorin (Los Angeles: Lowell House, 1997). Over sixty entertaining kid activities that will help to manage aggressive behaviors, foster cooperation, and nurture positive conduct.

The Cheers and the Tears: Healthy Alternatives to the Dark Side of Youth Sports Today, by Shane Murphy (San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1999). Offers parents and coaches sensible advice and healthy alternative approaches to the competitive and stressful world of youth sports.

Single Parenting Becoming the Best Parent For Your Child

Single Parenting Becoming the Best Parent For Your Child

Parenting is a challenging task. As a single parent, how can you juggle work, parenting, and possibly college studies single handedly and still manage to be an ideal parent for your child? Read the 65-page eBook Single Parenting Becoming The Best Parent For Your Child to find out how. Loaded with tips, it can inspire, empower, and instruct you to successfully face the challenges of parenthood.

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