Books in category Family & Relationships – Family Relationships

  • Who Do You Think You Are

    Who Do You Think You Are?
    Alyse Myers

    This personal portrait of a mother and daughter explores the profound and poignant revelations that so often can come to light only after a parent has died.

  • Rights of Children at Risk and in Care

    Rights of Children at Risk and in Care

    This is sometimes not possible, however, for example when parents are unable to bring up their children or when they represent a danger to them.

  • A Treatise on the Family Enlarged Edition

    A Treatise on the Family, Enlarged Edition
    Gary Stanley BECKER, Gary S Becker

    This is only one of the remarkable concepts explored by Gary Becker in his landmark work on the family.Becker applies economic theory to the most sensitive and fateful personal decisions, such as choosing a spouse or having children.

  • Aunties

    Ingrid Sturgis

    Through the vivid memories of real relationships, these narratives pay tribute to aunts everywhere. From the Trade Paperback edition.

  • Taking Responsibility Law and the Changing Family

    Taking Responsibility, Law and the Changing Family
    Mr Craig Lind, Ms Heather Keating, Ms Jo Bridgeman

    This volume reflects and explores the impact of changing family norms and responsibilities and considers the extent to which the law should reflect them.

  • Together Again

    Together Again
    Sharon Graham Niederhaus, John L. Graham

    These are not separate trends, but part of a larger nationwide cultural shift to extended families reuniting. Together Again: A Creative Guide for Successful Multigenerational Living is intended to make this cultural shift go smoothly.

  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder at Home and at School

    Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder at Home and at School
    Patricia R. Nelson, Helen R. Nelson

    The book explains how to develop a "time on task" record, a trial medication rating form, a medicine level schedule, and a treatment review form.

  • Family Violence

    Family Violence
    Dudley D. Cahn

    Contributors engage the communication issues associated with violence in families, including interspousal violence and violent parents and children.

  • Growing Up with the Scarbrough Girls

    Growing Up with the Scarbrough Girls
    John P. Scarbrough

    Not only is this book entertaining, but future generations of the Scarbrough family will learn much about the upbringing of this past generation. Once you have read this book, you will ask yourself "Why didn't I think of that".



    In sharing clear insights, practical tools and examples this book serves to remind us that through taking responsibility for ourselves and understanding each other (interweaving the ‘I’ and ‘We’ energies), we can help create a …

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