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    You don't need to be a Buddhist, or even religious, to enjoy this wonderful book. Among other things it shows us how to be fully present when we are with our children. Something that is so hard for us to do in this age of distraction.

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read the one for "mothers of young children" it was amazing - i'm not buddhist and i loved it! :) looking forward to this one.

Love this book. absolutely recommend | Buddhism for Mothers: A Calm Approach to Caring for Yourself and Your Children | Sarah Napthali

"Our presence is one of the greatest gifts we can give our children for they will grow up knowing they are noticed, important and loved." Simple and great reminders and ideas to help us really be present with our kiddos.

Bringing Up Bebe: One American Mother Discovers the Wisdom of French Parenting (Now with Bebe Day by Day: 100 Keys to French Parenting): Pamela Druckerman: 9780143122968: Books

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recommended by a friend years ago. I still read it today when I'm feeling out of balance. adore it!

Need to put this on my reading list. One pinner said: "Best book ever for mothers to read for their sons....makes you think twice before you try talking to son is 18 and i still use the info in it cause i believe it will always be useful!!!"

As the Dalai Lama says, "Don't try to use what you learn from Buddhism to be a Buddhist; use it to be a better whatever-you-already-are."

The Gift of an Ordinary Day: A Mother's Memoir - so good!

The Good Mother Myth: Redefining Motherhood to Fit Reality by Avital Norman Nathman, editor: This collection of essays takes a realistic look at motherhood and provides a platform for real voices and raw stories, each adding to the narrative of motherhood we don't tend to see in the headlines or on the news. #Books #Mothers

Oh so readable. Loved it. Not enough exploration of Buddhism as I'd hoped and my therapist said she didn't do "real" DBT. Which makes me wonder: what is "real" DBT? I'll have to ask him.