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PDF × BOOK Parenting in a Pandemic FREE õ ❦ [KINDLE] ❁ Parenting in a Pandemic: How to help your family through COVID-19 By Join or create book clubs ➡ – Danpashley.co.uk Best selling author Emily Oster says This book is fantastic Dr Fradin delivers a timely resource parents needPsychiatrist and New York Times contBest selling author Emily Oster says This book is fantastic Dr Fradin delivers a timely resource parents needPsychiatrist and New York Times contributor Dr Pooja Lakshmin says Answering the big uestions on every parent's mind Parenting in a Pandemic cuts through the noise euipping parents with accurate information so they can make the best decisions for their families Parents are burning out while kids needhelp than ever With so many families in crisis pediatrician and child advocate Dr Kelly Fradin sees an urgent need for help As a mother of two Dr Fradin shares practical evidence based and reassuring advice on what families need to know Parents are forced to make decisions now despite seemingly constant change and many unknowns In Parenting in a Pandemic Dr Fradin provides the information and strategies you need to help navigate coronavirusThe book reviews the science necessary to understand the news and care for your family Dr Fradin explains the specific risks of coronavirus to children of all ages and adults including parents grandparents pregnant women and essential workers She gives realistic strategies you can use to improve this time for your family whether you are protecting a newborn virtually schooling or convincing a teen to physically distance Parents who read the book will feel better prepared to make the right decisions with confidence The pandemic is still unfolding and the science may change but these approaches will help you feel better and lead your family through this difficult tim THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOUDr Fradin provides realistic trustworthy and comforting advice She explains the risks involved with childcare school and visiting relatives in a reassuring and sympathetic voice It is a very helpful read as we look for a path forwardDr Fradin also shares her incredible wisdom and provides opportunities for you to ask her parenting uestions through her Instagram account ADVICEIGIVEMYFRIENDS Her informative and measured posts have helped me maintain my sanity during this very uncertain time

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EBest selling author Emily Oster says This book is fantasticDr Fradin delivers a timely resource parents needPsychiatrist and New York Times contributor Dr Pooja Lakshmin says Answering the big uestions on every parent's mind Parenting in a Pandemic cuts through the noise euipping parents with accurate information so they can make the best decisions for their families Parents are burning out while kids needhelp than ever With so many families in crisis pediatrician and child advocate Dr Kelly Fradin sees an urgent need for help As a mother of two Dr Fradin shares practical evidence based and reassuring advice on what families need to know Parents are forced to make decisions now despite seemingly constant change and many unknowns In Parenting in a Pandemic Dr Fradin provides the information and strategies you need to help navigate coronavirusThe book reviews the science necessary to understand the news and care for your family Dr Fradin explains the specific risks of coronavirus to children of all ages and adults including parents grandparents pregnant women and essential workers She gives realistic strategies you can use to improve this time for your family whether you are protecting a newborn virtually schooling or convincing a teen to physically distance Parents who read the book will feel better prepared to make the right decisions with confidence The pandemic is still unfolding and the science may change but these approaches will help you feel better and lead your family through this difficult tim I’m struggling with how to think about Covid risk for my kids and myself as we are heading into the new school year One of the funny things about being a doctor is that it is actually sometimes hard to think about medical issues in the context of your family It’s easy to be dispassionate about your patients— it’s harder to be objective with your kids I'm a pediatric pulmonary and sleep doctorI just finished Dr Kelly Fradin's Parenting in a Pandemic How to Help Your Family Through COVID 19and I found it to be a really uick and useful read which helped me put a lot of things in perspective I’ve followed Kelly on Instagram and I’ve always found her posts to be warm detailed and informative This book is well researched and made me think deeply about the decisions we have been making as parentsFor example many parents feel that virtual school is safer That may be true but not necessarilyThe first thinking trap is that virtual school will carry less risk of exposure to coronavirus This depends on how you carry out your plan at home What will the whole of your family’s life look like if you go to school or pursue virtual school?If your kids are hanging out with kids in the neighborhood and wandering around town your risk may be greater And the pressure for older kids and teens to socialize will be greater the they are isolated In in person school the interactions are likely to be structured to minimize disease transmissionThere are great sections on self care caring for a child with special needs and how to manage anxiety in your child and yourself as well as many othersThere is so much going on now but I think it is important to stay mindful as we parent our children I really like what Kelly says at the endWhen the dust settles what will your family remember about these times? Will the slower pace of life with fewer activities be something you choose to continue?

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Parenting in a Pandemic How to help your family through COVID 19EBest selling author Emily Oster says This book is fantasticDr Fradin delivers a timely resource parents needPsychiatrist and New York Times contributor Dr Pooja Lakshmin says Answering the big uestions on every parent's mind Parenting in a Pandemic cuts through the noise euipping parents with accurate information so they can make the best decisions for their families Parents are burning out while kids needhelp than ever With so many families in crisis pediatrician and child advocate Dr Kelly Fradin sees an urgent need for help As a mother of two Dr Fradin shares practical evidence based and reassuring advice on what families need to know Parents are forced to make decisions now despite seemingly constant change and many unknowns In Parenting in a Pandemic Dr Fradin provides the information and strategies you need to help navigate coronavirusThe book reviews the science necessary to understand the news and care for your family Dr Fradin explains the specific risks of coronavirus to children of all ages and adults including parents grandparents pregnant women and essential workers She gives realistic strategies you can use to improve this time for your family whether you are protecting a newborn virtually schooling or convincing a teen to physically distance Parents who read the book will feel better prepared to make the right decisions with confidence The pandemic is still unfolding and the science may change but these approaches will help you feel better and lead your family through this difficult tim As a mother of two with a demanding full time job I can often feel overwhelmed at what I could be doing with my children but do not have the time to devote to This book has been an invaluable resource during a time when the stresses of my job have been compounded by the pandemic and resulting unavailability of reliable childcare The author's advice and suggestions are practical and data driven and they are presented in a non judgmental and empathetic format