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Don't Let My Baby Do Rodeo. by Fishman, Boris.;
Praise -- Title Page -- Dedication -- Epigraph -- Contents -- I: East -- 1 -- 2 -- 3 -- 4 -- 5 -- 6 -- 7 -- 8 -- 9 -- II: West -- 10 -- 11 -- 12 -- 13 -- 14 -- 15 -- 16 -- Acknowledgments -- About the Author -- About the Publisher -- Copyright.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Adopted children--Fiction.;
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Talking About Adoption [electronic resource]. by Morrison, Marjorie.;
Contents ; Acknowledgements ; Note about the author ; Chapter 1 ; Chapter 2 ; Chapter 3 ; Chapter 4 ; Chapter 5 ; Chapter 6 ; Chapter 7 ; Chapter 8; Chapter 9 ; Chapter 10 ; Chapter 11 ; Chapter 12 ; Chapter 13 ; Chapter 14 ; Useful organisations ; Useful books
Subjects: Electronic books.; Adopted children; Adoption; Parent and child;
© 2011., BAAF,
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Orphan Justice [electronic resource] : How to Care for Orphans Beyond Adopting by Carr, Johnny.; Captari, Laura.;
Orphan Justice; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Chapter 1; Chapter 2; Chapter 3; Chapter 4; Chapter 5; Chapter 6; Chapter 7; Chapter 8; Chapter 9; Chapter 10; Notes<DIV><FONT>Christians are clearly called to care for orphans, a group so close to the heart of Jesus. In reality, most of the 153 million orphaned and vulnerable children in the world do not need to be adopted, and not everyone needs to become an adoptive parent. However, there are other very important ways to help beyond adoption.<BR><BR>Indeed, caring for orphaned and vulnerable children requires us to care about related issues from child trafficking and HIV/AIDS to racism and poverty. Too often, we only discuss or theologize the issues, relegating the responsibility to governments.<
Subjects: Electronic books.; Abandoned children; Adopted children; Orphans;
© 2014., B&H Publishing Group,
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Let's Learn about Adoption : The Adoption Club Therapeutic Workbook on Adoption and Its Many Different Forms. by Kupecky, Regina M.(DLC)1885507; Phillips-Smith, Anthony.; Apsley.;
Let's Learn About Adoption: The Adoption Club Therapeutic Workbook on Adoption and Its Many Different Forms -- Introduction for Adults -- Meet The Adoption Club! -- Let's Learn About Adoption -- Resources.There are many different kinds of adoption. Written to help adopted children aged 5-11 to understand the different kinds of adoption, including their own story, this illustrated therapeutic workbook provides an easy, fun way to learn and to explore feelings.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Adopted children; Adoption; Adoptive parents;
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Adopting Older Children [electronic resource] : A Practical Guide to Adopting and Parenting Children Over Age Four by Bosco-Ruggiero, Stephanie.(SAGE)2068433; Russo Wassell, Gloria.; Groza, Victor.;
Introduction; Chapter 1: Deciding to Adopt an Older Child; Chapter 2: Who Can Adopt an Older Child?; Chapter 3: Adopting Within the United States; Chapter 4: Intercountry Adoption; Chapter 5: Post-AdoptionServices; Chapter 6: Welcoming Your Child Home; Chapter 7: Adoptive Families are "Real" Families-Educating Friends and Family aboutOlder Child Adoption; Chapter 8: Multicultural and Multiracial Adoptive Families; Chapter 9: Sibling Relationships; Chapter 10: Navigating Biological Family Relationships andUnderstanding Adoption; Chapter 11: TheTraumatized ChildChapter 12: Grief and Loss in Adopted ChildrenChapter 13: Attachment and Adoption; Chapter 14: Emerging Sense of Self; Chapter 15: Mental Health; Chapter 16: Physical Health; Chapter 17: Development and Learning; Chapter 18: Parenting Methods to Build Your Child'sResilience and Enhance Behavioral Functioning; Chapter 19: TheStrengths of Adoptive Parents; Chapter 20: TheImportance of Social Support and Community; Chapter 21: Adoptive Parents' Self-Care; Chapter 22: Help for Adoptive Parents Dealing withSerious Issues; Conclusion; Appendix: Recommended Resources by Chapter; NotesAre you thinking of adopting an older child? There are 200,000 plus hoping for families in the U.S. alone and more worldwide. Adopting an older child, though, presents a unique set of parenting issues as well as rewards.Adopting Older Children highlights the most significant challenges when parenting older adoptees who face mental health, behavioral and educational issues. Included is critical information about developmental issues that may arise for the adoptee, issues related to the adoptee's emerging sense of self, sexual orientation and cultural identity and other special needs that an
Subjects: Electronic books.; Adopting.; Child rearing; Parenting;
© 2014., New Horizon Press,
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Contact After Adoption [electronic resource] : A Longitudinal Study Of Adopted Young People And Their Adoptive Parents And Birth Relatives by Neil, Elsbeth.; Beek, Mary.; Ward, Emma.;
Subjects: Electronic books.; Adopted children -- Family relationships.; Birthparents -- Family relationships.;
© 2013., BAAF,
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Can I tell you about Adoption? [electronic resource] : A guide for friends, family and professionals by Braff Brodzinsky, Anne.; Salaman, Rosy.(SAGE)1616216;
Can I tell you about Adoption? A guide for friends, family and professionals; Acknowledgements; Introduction; Why I've written this book; Preparing for the birth of a baby; Foster homes; My adoption story; My lifebook; Meet my friends Adilu and Kira; Difficult questions and feelings about adoption; Two of the most difficult questions; Some very good things about being adopted; Conclusion; How parents can help; How teachers can help; Recommended reading,resources and organisations; Blank PageMeet Chelsea - a young girl who is adopted. Chelsea invites readers to learn about adoption from her perspective and introduces us to two friends of hers who have been transracially adopted. Chelsea and her friends help children understand what it means to be adopted, the experiences that follow the adoption process, and how they can help.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Adopted children -- Juvenile literature.; Adopted children; Adoption -- Juvenile literature.; Adoption;
© 2013., Jessica Kingsley Publishers,
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Can I tell you about Adoption? [electronic resource] : A guide for friends, family and professionals by Braff Brodzinsky, Anne.; Salaman, Rosy.(SAGE)1616216;
Can I tell you about Adoption? A guide for friends, family and professionals; Acknowledgements; Introduction; Why I've written this book; Preparing for the birth of a baby; Foster homes; My adoption story; My lifebook; Meet my friends Adilu and Kira; Difficult questions and feelings about adoption; Two of the most difficult questions; Some very good things about being adopted; Conclusion; How parents can help; How teachers can help; Recommended reading,resources and organisations; Blank PageMeet Chelsea - a young girl who is adopted. Chelsea invites readers to learn about adoption from her perspective and introduces us to two friends of hers who have been transracially adopted. Chelsea and her friends help children understand what it means to be adopted, the experiences that follow the adoption process, and how they can help.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Adopted children -- Juvenile literature.; Adopted children; Adoption -- Juvenile literature.; Adoption;
© 2013., Jessica Kingsley Publishers,
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Supporting Education [electronic resource]. by Fursland, Eileen.; Cairns, Kate.; Stanway, Chris.;
Subjects: Electronic books.; Adopted children -- Education -- Great Britain.; Foster children -- Education -- Great Britain.;
© 2012., BAAF,
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Why Can't My Child Behave? [electronic resource] : Empathic Parenting Strategies that Work for Adoptive and Foster Families by Elliott, Amber.;
Why Can't MyChild Behave?Empathic Parenting Strategies that Workfor Adoptive and Foster Families; Foreword; Chapter 1: 'I've Tried Everything! Why Isn't It Working?'; The long answer…; A couple of clarifications; The importance of getting it right; What's wrong with reward-punishment strategies?: 'old logic glasses'; So why are the 'old logic glasses' so commonly used?; The science behind the 'new logic glasses'; 'But won't he think he can get away with murder if I don't put in boundaries?'; Put simply…; You already know the answers!; The short answer…What is empathic behaviour management (EBM)?Chapter 2: The Importance of Carers' Emotions; 'Why are we talking about me? Just tell me what to do with my child!'; Empathy is the key; Why empathy can be so difficult; How to deal with your negative feelings in the moment; Compassion fatigue: 'I couldn't do what you've done!'; When two worlds collide; Your support; Why is damaged empathy so difficult to acknowledge?; What are the consequences of waning empathy?; 'I don't recognise myself'/'I've turned into my mother!'; Chapter 3: Attention-Seeking Versus Attachment-Seeking'Ignore him, he's just attention-seeking'Why do babies seek attachment?; What is attachment-seeking?; Attachment-seeking and you; Reward-punishment responses to attachment-seeking; Empathic behaviour management strategies; Chapter 4: The Red Mist; What is the red mist?; Typical reward-punishment strategies for rage outbursts; Making sense of rage outbursts; Rage outbursts and you; Consequences of not responding empathically to rage outbursts; Empathic behaviour management strategies: rage outbursts; Chapter 5: The Girl in a Bubble; Introduction to the 'zoning out' phenomenonWhat is zoning out?Typical strategies; Making sense of zoning out; Consequences of not responding empathically to zoning out; Empathic behaviour management strategies: zoning out; Chapter 6: The High-Energy Child; Examples; Typical reward-punishment strategies for high-energy children; Making sense of energetic children; Consequences of using reward-punishment thinking with high-energy children; Empathic behaviour management strategies for high-energy children; Chapter 7: Wrestling for Control; Examples of controlling behaviour; Other examples; Typical strategiesMaking sense of the need for controlConsequences of using reward-punishment thinking with children who control; Empathic behaviour management strategies for children who control; Chapter 8: Lying; Examples; Promoting a useful image; Protective denial; Carers' reactions and typical strategies; Understanding the need to 'lie'; Consequences of using reward-punishment strategies with children's 'lies'; Empathic behaviour management strategies for children who lie; Chapter 9: Sexualised Behaviour; Examples of sexualised behaviour; Sexualised behaviour towards adultsSexualised behaviour towards other childrenWhy Can't My Child Behave? gives a step-by-step guide to understanding empathy and provides a readable and authoritative book on dealing with childrens' challenging behaviour within foster or adoptive families.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Adopted children; Foster children; Parenting; Problem children.;
© 2013., Jessica Kingsley Publishers,
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