Tuesday, September 15, 2009
Welcome to Day 2 of my birthday giveaway! Today’s giveaway book is:
Am I a Normal Parent? Expert Advice, Parenting Tips, and the Reassurance You’ve Been Looking For
Author: Sara Dimerman
Foreword by Nanny Deb Carroll of FOX TV’s Nanny 911
Am I a Normal Parent? answers your questions:
“Is it normal to leave my three-year-old alone in the car for a couple of minutes?”
“Is it normal to like one of my children more than the others?”
“Is it normal to sometimes regret having children?”
…and many more
Am I a Normal Parent? will reassure you that you are not alone and discusses the thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that you may hide for fear of being judged as “not normal.”
Featuring a foreword from Nanny Deb of Fox TV’s Nanny 911, this book is the definitive guide to identifying what’s normal for parents in the 21st century. If you’ve ever wondered how you compare to other parents, this book will help.
Sara Dimerman, Dip.C.S., C. Psych. Assoc., is registered with the College of Psychologists of Ontario and provides counseling to children, couples and families out of the Parent Education Resource Centre, which she established almost twenty years ago in Thornhill, Ontario. Sara has written hundreds of articles for magazines and newspapers on family related issues and is an expert to the media on parenting/child related concerns. Sara is the child and family therapy expert at canadianparents.com. Her own website, helpmesara.com, offers resource information, articles and more. Sara and her family live just north of Toronto, Ontario in Canada.
To enter to win a copy of this terrific book, simply leave a comment answering the question:
What do you think is the most “abnormal” thing you do as a parent?
One winner will be randomly selected from the qualified entries received by September 16, 2009, at midnight EST. One entry per person please. Make sure you leave an email address if it’s not on your Blogger page. Winners have 72 hours to respond or a new winner will be selected.
CONTEST CLOSED. Congratulations to L Harris, who wrote: "The most abnormal thing I do as a parent is to not enforce a strict bedtime."
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