J. Lambroschino, followed up her twenty-two-year nursing career with service in the mental health profession for twenty-five-plus years. She enjoys working with families and individuals and specializes in women's transitions.
A resident of Falmouth, Massachusetts, for more than three decades, she loves sharing the natural beauty of Cape Cod with her encouraging husband of thirty years, and their dog Theo. She is also a proud parent of three daughters and one son, and grandparent to five beautiful grandchildren.
J. Lambroschino offers you an inviting, informative, and clear how-to manual to parent a child of any age. From infancy to young adulthood, children learn to connect through talking. It starts with sounds, like crying. Your infant follows your eyes and lips as you speak and copies what you do. With amazement, you perceive the child’s first words. Connection is established through conversation!
Meaningful, wise parenting happens through family conversations. They are the vehicle that connects family members and creates relationships so learning can occur. Yet, as children grow and mature, you can find yourself slipping into mostly a disciplinarian’s role. The job of parenting involves more. It requires attention to complex situations and schedules. It also necessitates a dynamic process of frequent updates, clean outs, and new ideas, seeking help from other parents, professionals, many great books, and spiritual resources. Expert tools, along with personal reflection on your own experiences, can lead you to choose a parenting style and framework for your home.
Lambroschino breaks down the book’s content into digestible bullets, lists of essentials, and motivational quotes. The most useful elements are her talking points and sample scripts that walk you through trouble spots and pinpoint basic responsibilities.