Hope and Healing: Peaceful Parenting in an Uncertain World
Citadel Press, 2002 - 354 pages
Foreword by Dr. Arthur Caliandro A widely recognised pioneer in the field of education, Naomi Drew now brings her expertise to an indispensable handbook for peaceful parenting in today's uncertain world. Hope and Healing provides parents with the tools to give their children a sense of peace and security, in the face of fear and anxiety. Written in a personal and compassionate voice, this book will help parents answer their children's difficult questions, and offers stress-reduction techniques and exercises, including mediation and prayer.
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