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The Relational Book for Parenting: Raising Children to Connect, Collaborate, and Innovate by Growing our Families' Relationship Superpowers. Paperback – March 7, 2018
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--Mark's articles on the suppression of boys' emotional expression, parenting, men's issues and culture have been shared over 250,000 times on social media, resulting in over 20 million page views. He has written and spoken about men's issues at The Good Men Project, Salon, Shriver Report, Uplift Connect, Yes! Magazine, BBC and the New York Times. Mark is also an Emmy-winning animator and cartoonist. Mark's book, Remaking Manhood is available at RemakingManhood.com
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Couple and Family Therapist, Researcher, and Professor, Author, Mom
--Saliha is a couple and family therapist, a consultant, and researcher in New York City. She is an Associate Professor of Marriage and Family Therapy at Mercy College, N.Y. She serves on the board of International Certificate in Collaborative-Dialogic Practices, on the advisory board of Taos Institute, and served on the board (2012-2017) of American Family Therapy Academy. For 20-plus years, she has consulted, designed and implemented play-based and dialogic change processes with organizational, community, family, learning, and research systems. She focuses on how adults play, hyperlinked identity, trauma, community, coupling, leading, and collaboration.
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This book will help you and your child engage with the world, establish empathy, encourage curiosity, self-confidence, and emotional self-regulation and awareness. It will require a certain amount of self-confidence and awareness on the part of the parent to implement these steps, but it will be well worth it. Both you and your child will benefit from this book.
Lisa M. Blacker
Publisher at Connection Victory Publishing Company
Executive Editor at The Good Men Project