Koemba Book Club

Keeping the Love You Find: A Single Persons Guide to Achieving Lasting Love

Keeping the Love You Find: A Single Persons Guide to Achieving Lasting Love

Your dream of finding a partner is a natural and normal human instinct and your dream is perfectly achievable. Whatever your history, whatever your heartbreak, as a single person you are in an ideal position to learn what you need to know and what you can do to greatly improve your chances for finding, and […]

The Heart of Parenting: How to Raise an Emotionally Intelligent Child

The Heart of Parenting: How to Raise an Emotionally Intelligent Child

This is a practical guide for parents on how to raise a child who can understand and control his or her emotions. It explains a child’s different emotional needs at different ages, and shows parents how to help their children calm themselves down, how to focus their attention, how to give their children better emotional […]

Roots of Empathy

Roots of Empathy

Mary Gordon describes her approach to bringing a baby and parent into the classroom regularly through the academic year, with a trained facilitator. Great learning here for any parent /educator.

The Selfish Society: How We All Forgot to Love One Another and Made Money Instead

The Selfish Society: How We All Forgot to Love One Another and Made Money Instead

Ambitious and wide-ranging, The Selfish Society reveals the vital importance of understanding our early emotional lives, arguing that by focusing on the attention we give to our young children we can create a better society. Open any newspaper, and what do you find? Violence and crime, child abuse and neglect, expenses scandals, addiction, fraud and […]

How to Talk So Teens Will Listen and Listen So Teens Will Talk

How to Talk So Teens Will Listen and Listen So Teens Will Talk

Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish examine the inevitable stresses faced by parents of teenagers. Through role play and discussion, they show how to keep communication open with rebellious offspring, how to let go gracefully and yet retain respect and some degree of co-operation throughout these difficult years.