But Mom, I Don't Want to Move!: Easing the Impact of Moving on Your Children

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Tyndale House Pub, 2004 - Religion - 154 pages
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When a child hears the words "We're moving!" it can trigger a range of reactions from excitement and anticipation to anxiety and anger. But Mom, I Don't Want To Move!gives parents the guidance they need to get their children through this major change. Susan Miller, author of After the Boxes Are Unpacked,provides specific ideas, based on the ages of children and the reason for relocating, that will make the adjustment to a new house, school, and community as smooth as possible.

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User Review  - Albertina Kightly - Christianbook.com

I am not finished with this book, but so far, really enjoying it. I love the scriptures that relate to what is going on for prayer & thought & encouragement. I really appreciate the insight, experience shared and well put together text. Read full review

Contents

Before the Move Do We Have to Go?
5
During the Move Are We There Yet?
43
After the Move Hold Hands and Stick
73
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