Once you have kids, time for reading may be quite limited. You may find it helpful, however, to keep books on hand that relate to your job as a parent to provide inspiration, support, ideas and self-education. There are so many books we could recommend, but here are a few of our favorites.
“Your Dieting Daughter… Is She Dying for Attention?” by Carolyn Costin: A highly respected authority on the management of eating disorders, Costin helps parents understand when their child has a problem with her weight or eating and when and how to intervene.
“The Anxiety & Phobia Workbook,” by Edmund J. Bourne: An excellent self-help book that teaches people how to recognize and manage their anxieties and phobias, especially good for teens or anyone who prefers to work on their problems in the privacy of their own home.