Books for adults
This book proved to be insightful and helpful. It was recommended by one of our caregivers who lent us her personal copy. After reading two chapters we bought our own copy. This book covers:
- severe noncompliance
- verbal aggression
- physical aggression
An exploration of attachment and the challenges parents may have with adopted children.
Theory and Practical advice on helping children deal with separation and loss.
A look at critical issues faced by parents and their adopted children.
An acknowledgement of the loss adopted children experience.
The essays in this book are beautifully written. They will suprise you but may also make you reach for a tissue. Each story brings insight--using personal experiences to discuss the love of a parent.
Adoptive and non-adoptive parents will find themselves engaged.
This book looks at foster parent/child relationships and explores tools to help foster parents create safe and healthy environments.
A must read for any parent engaging in an at risk (fost-adopt) adoption or fostering children in their home.