We did our research and surveys, and we came up with these best family health books for all time. We hope that in this way, we could help you know more about family wellness, including the mental and emotional health of parents and children.
It Didn’t Start With You by Mark Wolynn
This book is considered to be a cutting edge approach to changing painful legacies that have been passed down through generations written by a reputable expert in his field. Discussions on chronic pain, phobias, depression, anxiety, and suicidal thoughts are on this bestselling book. These mental states are said to be passed down from families, or they could be because of a chemical imbalance in the nervous system – all experienced by our parents, grandparents, and even their grandparents before them.
It Didn’t Start With You is a breakthrough creation of professionals that specialize in posttraumatic stress. It explains that although an individual that suffered from a previous trauma died or the story about it has long been forgotten, feelings about it may remain. These emotional remnants are often concealed, embedded in genetics, and will play a crucial role in one’s current emotional and physical well-being.
Mindful Games Activity Cards by Susan Kaiser Greenland
The author puts together 55 mindfulness games for children that all take a playful strategy to improve concentration and regulating feelings. Ms. Greenland reveals through this book that playing mind games is an awesome method for children to develop their attention and focusing skills and to practice mindfulness. This deck of cards aims to help parents, guardians, and teachers foster these values at home or school. The book also includes ‘anchor’ games that promote focus, analytical games that help develop clear thinking, and visualization games that inspire kids to be kind and generous.
Susan Greenland calls these card games the new ABCs, which stand for attention, balance, and compassion. These three are crucial in achieving a successful and happy life.
Yoga and Mindfulness Practices for Children Card Deck by Jennifer Cohen Harper
The author is the founder of Little Flower Yoga and is a parent herself. This book is composed of decks of more than 50 activities that promote one’s well-being, empowerment, mental and emotional health, and an improved ability to deal with the various stressors surrounding us without getting depressed or overwhelmed. The deck is divided into five sets – Breathe, Focus, Connect, Relax, and Move. It is a handy tool for kids, parents, doctors, teachers, and anyone else who desires to help promote awareness and empowerment among the youth. Practice routines include Feeling my Strength, Grounding in the Present, Heart and Belly Breathing, and Engaging my Compassion.
Health, Happiness, and Family Constellations by Michael Reddy
This is all about chronic pain, either physical or emotional. Michael Reddy explains that pain is not rooted in us as individuals. Through inspiring stories and simple discussions of amazing transformations, he shares to the people through this book the missing connection in healing and recovery. What will save us from ourselves and help us realize that love is truly magnificent is a close group of people referred to as the family. No matter how perfect or imperfect, we are connected to this group and remain steadfast in various ways. Family Constellations uncovers concealed loyalties to disapproved issues or encounters in your family history linked to change-resilient challenges. If we cannot release these issues or damaging connections later on in life, they may negatively affect our health and success.
This book, which is composed of five chapters only, has perked the interest of healthcare and other medical professionals and also curious, intelligent individuals who are looking to improve their health and well-being. The subject on the human soul is so magnificent that it has touched the lives of even the constellation amateurs and their masters.
Get Cooking with Mickey and Friends Allergy-Friendly Recipes for the Family
The book is a useful guide filled with child-friendly recipes that will fill families’ kitchens with love, happiness, and a lot of aroma and flavor. The cookbook has many recipes and pieces of advice to help your children and the rest of the family learn more about food allergies.
It’s Perfectly Normal by Robie H. Harris and Michael Emberley
A classic book about sexual health and puberty in the young is now completely updated and is ready for its upcoming 20th anniversary. This globally acknowledged book on sexuality is one of the most credible and available resources for children, teens, parents, librarians, parents, and everyone who wishes to know more about the challenges of entering into the tween and teen stages. It’s Perfectly Normal has currently edited the latest edition of the book, with corrections on topics like Internet usage, conceptive use, gender identity, and more.
The book provides young individuals with trusted information that they need now and always – so they will be able to make wise decisions and keep themselves safe and healthy.