A hilarious re-imagining of what it would be like if Darth Vader had taken an active role in raising his son Luke, with a refreshing twist and illustrations. Life lessons include lightsaber batting practice, using the Force to raid the cookie jar, and more.
This completely revised and expanded edition of the classic bestseller has been updated throughout and includes new writing that highlights the special significance of intimate emotional needs in marriage.
This fascinating, helpful, and controversial book--on the "New York Times" Bestseller list for two years--explores, in depth the differing style men and women articulate, and how to work through it and get to the heart of the matter.
The international bestselling authors of "Why Men Don't Listen and Women Can't Read Maps" deliver a practical, humorous guide about sex and love. This is a must-have book for anyone who wants to get the most from his or her relationship.
Who has time to scrapbook? Not Mommy!For the busy mom-on-the-go, this memory keeper offers a quick and easy way to capture the everyday moments of motherhood. With enough space to record a single thought, a family quote, or a special event each day for five years, this beautiful keepsake makes sure those precious memories will last a lifetime.
Although retirement brings a mental image of relaxation, often it's a very stressful time. This guide shows new retirees show to have more peace and joy in their lives while getting used to breaking away from the daily office routine.
A book for all parents who want to create a great atmosphere in the family, in which to communicate and educate their kids. Includes many examples of real situations.
This book can help you become the parent you have always wanted to be, and raise the kind of children you can always be proud of. --From the foreword by Jack Canfield, co-author of Chicken Soup for the Soul "If children live with criticism, they learn to condemn...If children live with acceptance, they learn to love." Expanding on her universally loved poem, "Children Learn What They Live," which has nourished countless families since its initial publication in 1954, Dorothy Law Nolte offers a simple but powerful guide to parenting-by inspiring values through example. Addressing issues of security, self-worth, tolerance, honesty, fear, respect, fairness, patience, and more, this book of rare common sense will help a new generation of parents find their own parenting wisdom and draw out their child's immense inner resources.
The irrepressible Judge Judy--star of the syndicated TV show and author of five books--unravels the complex web of relationships that can easily become a knot in today's world.
From communication to sex, from divorce to the sanctity of marriage, Sproul leads you past potential problems into joyous communion with your spouse in Christ.
In her new book, Patricia Evans outlines new healing strategies based on hundreds of real-life letters and interviews. She offers verbal abuse victims advice on finding shelters and support groups after making the choice to terminate a relationship with an abuser.
Reporter Laurie Abraham documents the painful and frustrating, but ultimately successful, journey of five couples through group marriage counseling.
The author of "Walking on Eggshells" turns her wisdom to the sometimes heartbreaking but always meaningful bond between brothers and sisters--a must-listen for anyone blessed with the gift (or burden) of a sibling.
Featuring Rosenthal's trademark wit and wisdom, this breezy journal for recording a baby's first year includes light prompts for capturing baby's first-year milestones as well as for noting firsts for new parents.