Children Who Witness: A Practical Parent’s Guide to Understanding How Domestic Violence Impacts Children and What To Do About It Get this Top Selling Kindle Book for just $2.99. Read on your PC, Mac, smart phone, tablet or Kindle device
Discover how to help children impacted by witnessing domestic violence and abuse.
In Children Who Witness: A Practical Parent’s Guide to Understanding How Domestic Violence Impacts Children and What To Do About It, you will learn how witnessing domestic violence impacts children and strategies on how to help them cope. No parent wants to raise their children in a home with abuse and violence. Domestic violence and abuse can be present in the adult relationship long before children are involved and it can start slowly and increase with the stress and pressure of everyday life. Regardless of how it happens, abuse and violence can negatively impact children for the rest of their lives and helping them cope is everyone’s responsibility, let this book show you how.
The Practical Parent Series is an evidenced based guide to parenting. Whether it is discipline, stress management, single parenting, or helping your children cope with grief and loss or the impact of domestic violence, The Practical Parent Series WILL help you. These materials are used in top parenting programs and have helped thousands of families find peace and success in their parenting journeys. Download your copy today!
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Here is a preview of what you’ll learn:
- The importance of healthy attachment
- Effects of prolonged stress on the developing brain
- Impact of witnessing abuse
- Impact of children’s roles in the family
- How to seek help
- Much, much more!
Check out what others are saying…
“Much appreciated tools. My Ex and I split up months ago but my kids were still suffering. Understanding what to expect as my kids heal from this is so helpful.”
-Catherine S (Vancouver, British Columbia).
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Tags: domestic violence, abuse, child psychology.