Rules for My Unborn Son

Rules for My Unborn Son

RULES FOR MY UNBORN SON is a collection of traditional, humorous, and urbane fatherly advice for boys. From the sartorial ("If you are tempted to wear a cowboy hat, resist") to the practical ("Keep a copy of your letters. It makes it easier for your biographer") to even a couple of sure-fire hangover cures ("There is no better remedy than a dip in the ocean"), the book of rules and accompanying quotations is quite simply an instruction manual for becoming a Good Man - industrious, thoughtful, charming, and of course, well-dressed. Hip and witty with a decidedly traditionalist flavor, RULES FOR MY UNBORN SON is meant to evoke simpler times when Father knew best and a suitable answer to "Why?" was "Because I said so."

Rules for My Daughter

Indispensable Advice From Someone Who’s Been There

Rules for My Daughter

Rules For My Daughter is a collection of traditional, humorous, and urbane fatherly advice for young women and girls. From internet dating ("Never trust a profile pic") to the practical ("The right friends will appreciate a well timed burp. Your grandmother will not.") to aiming high ("There's more to life than Being a passenger." Amelia Earhart), this endearing book of rules and quotations is the quintessential instruction manual for becoming a confident and industrious young woman. Hip and witty with a decidedly traditionalist flavour, Rules For My Daughter is meant to evoke simpler times when father knew best and a suitable answer to "Why?" was "Because I said so." Based on the hit blog and presented as a beautifully designed hardback, there is no better gift to celebrate the special relationship between father and daughter.

Rules for My Newborn Daughter

Rules for My Newborn Daughter

From the author of Rules for my Unborn Son, this book is one dad’s advice for raising an independent, intelligent, courteous, courageous, honest, adventurous, self-reliant, well-read, well-dressed, well-mannered young woman. Praise for Rules for My Unborn Son “This may be one book that has actually changed my life!” -The Wall Street Journal “A modern primer for the classic man.” -Gear Patrol “Heartbreakingly sweet and wise.” -Joanne Goddard, A Cup of Jo “A refreshing, urbane, and often very funny guide to civilized behavior in an era when we need it most. A must-read and a must-gift.” -Julia Reed, Vogue

Rules for My Son

Indispensable Advice From Someone Who’s Been There

Rules for My Son

Rules For My Son is a collection of traditional, humorous, and urbane fatherly advice for boys. From the sartorial ("Men should not wear sandals. Ever") to the practical ("Keep a copy of your letters. It makes it easier for your biographer") to even a couple of sure-fire hangover cures ("There is no better remedy than a dip in the ocean"), the book of rules, photos and accompanying quotations is the quintessential instruction manual for becoming a Good Man - industrious, thoughtful, charming, and of course, well-dressed. Hip and witty with a decidedly traditionalist flavour, Rules for My Newborn Son is meant to evoke simpler times when Father knew best and a suitable answer to "Why?" was "Because I said so." Based on the hit blog and presented as a beautifully designed hardback, there is no better gift for the discerning father, father-to-be, or son, this Christmas.

How to Read the Bible Without Losing Your Mind

A Truth-Seeker’s Guide to Making Sense of Scripture

How to Read the Bible Without Losing Your Mind

Does reading the Bible sometimes leave you confused? Do you have difficulty seeing the relevance of the Bible to modern concerns or to important issues in your life? Do you believe Bible reading and intellectual inquiry are mutually exclusive? This book explores how the Bible can serve as a resource for discovering truth. It provides a method that accepts and incorporates the knowledge gained from modern scholarship while also recognizing that truth-discovery is a personal, multifaceted journey. It honors the integrity of Scripture while remaining open to insight from additional truth-sources. In exploring what we mean when we speak of the Bible's authority, it is honest about the challenges presented to modern readers by the cultural chasm separating the biblical writers from today's world. How to Read the Bible Without Losing Your Mind shows how the Bible can be read with full engagement of both mind and heart.

Negotiating the Rules with Your Teenager

Negotiating the Rules with Your Teenager

If you've got a teenager in your life, you probably need a dose of Dramamine. That's right - that little blue pill for motion sickness. You're probably queasy from the whirlwind of trying to keep up with their social calendar. You may feel dizzy from all the ups and downs of riding their emotional roller coaster. You might even have a headache from banging your head against the wall, feeling frustrated by an apparent failure to communicate. Well, before you commit any heinous acts - or take up karate as the family sport of choice - the contents of this program will provide you with a structured approach to getting to the heart of the matter, connecting with your teen, and relating to each other in an effective way. You can negotiate the rules with your teen while helping to build confidence and make sound choices about school, friends, health, lifestyle and their future as an adult. In this program, you will discover practical parenting strategies used by successful parents of high achievers, athletes, celebrities, politicians and leaders. You can begin using these parenting techniques today, even if your communications with your teenager have been strained in recent times. Certified Life Coach Liv Montgomery guides you through proven methods to help you make a positive change in the life of your teen and set-up your child for an exceptionally successful life.o Learn how to deal with your teen's off-the-mark behavioro Know how to help your teen deal with peer pressureo Learn a step-by-step strategy for directing the course of your relationshipo Refine your parenting skills

The Law Reports

Chancery Division, and on appeal therefrom in the Court of Appeal, and decisions in the Court of Protection

The Law Reports