Based on original research and clinical experience, two experts in the field present a reassuring, empowering guide for parents that offers practical strategies for supporting girls as they enter puberty and helps them navigate through this complex stage of their lives.
A noted essayist delves into our culture's most dangerous illusions, blind spots and sentimentalities while retaining her own happiness and positivity.
The beloved sister of Chris McCandless shares illuminating insights into their shared family life and the experiences that drove her brother to live a life in the wild, a talk which inspired Jon Krakauer's best-seller and the acclaimed Sean Penn film.
A leading expert on adolescence cites new research and describes how to raise happy, successful kids by helping parents navigate this challenging, but developmentally crucial, time through strategies that instill self-control during the teenage years.
When Saroo Brierley used Google Earth to find his long-lost birthplace half a world away, his story made global headlines. Brierley describes how he was accidentally separated from his family in the mid-1980s, his survival on the streets of Calcutta, his adoption by an Australian family and his headline-making search.
The author of The Madonnas of Echo Park traces his turbulent childhood under the shadow of his dynamic mother and five stepfathers, describing how his mother reinvented their pasts in ways that challenged the author's efforts to reconnect with his biological father.
A Simple Guide to Supercharged Fertility, a Radiant Pregnancy, a Sweeter Birth, and a Healthier, More Beautiful Beginning
The acclaimed actress and best-selling author of The Kind Diet outlines natural solutions for healthier and fulfilling approaches to motherhood that challenge modern-world perceptions and offer advice on fertility, pregnancy and the first six months of an infant's life.
In a thought-provoking, empowering and revolutionary study, a clinical psychologist explores the timeless debate between mothers who choose to work and mothers who choose to rear their children full-time, shedding new light on the conflict between work pressures and home values.
Tony Dokoupil traces the story of the his father's rise and fall as a marijuana smuggler against a backdrop of Reagan politics and the heated debates about the drug that continue today.
Outlines an engaged approach to child-rearing that is based on strategies for fostering child creativity and confidence, describing the author's experiences with such methods as bribing, conditioning psychology and placebo medications.