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Realistic Expectations – The first year home (click to visit site)

A 50 page guide on a variety of subjects…

A Different Perspective
by Cynthia Hockman-Chupp

Strategies for Building Attachment
by Karleen Gribble, BRurSc, PhD,

Top Ten Tips for Successful First Year Parenting
by Deborah Gray, MSW, MPA

Why Grandma Can’t Pick Up the Baby
by Sheena Macrae and Karleen Gribble

What is This Thing You Call Sleep?
by Dr Julian Davies, MD

Alone No More…Recognizing Post Adoption Depression
by Heatherly Bucher

Adding The Oldest
by Terra Trevor

Creating a Fit
by Carrie Kitze

“When Do You Tell a Child he was Adopted?” And Other Secrets We Shouldn’t Keep
by Adam Pertman

Unexpected Special Needs
by Nancy Hemenway

Positive Outcome: How Can You Combat the Effects of an Orphanage
By Mary Beth Williams, PhD, LCSW, CTS

The Impact of Trauma on the Adopted Child and Ten Keys to Healing Trauma in the Adopted Child
by B. Bryan Post

How to Find a Therapist Experienced in Attachment and/or Trauma
by the Attachment Disorder Network

Sensory Integration And the Internationally Adopted Child
By Barbara Elleman, MHS, OTR/L, BCP

Facts About Parenting a Child with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder
by Teressa Kellerman

How to Avoid the Syndrome of Parent Burn-Out
by Harriet McCarthy

Being an Ally to Families Raising Children with Challenges
by Ellin Frank

Help Your Child Ward Off a Mad Attack
by Lynne Namke, EdD

Being with Your Child in Public Places
by Patty Wipfler

Strategies to Deal with Anger and Power Struggles
by Christopher J. Alexander, PhD

When Adoptions Fail
by Kim Phagan-Hansel

One response to “free book download”

  1. The Gang's Momma! says:

    Oh shoot. We're out of ink. I really need to get to W@lM@rt to stock up. I can't wait to print this off and pore over it while the kiddos swim in the pool… Quite a different kind of reading material than in my summers past 🙂

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