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Mommy, the Dreamweaver

By Meri Tumanyan

A mother’s love is endless, ongoing, and endemic. She is the hearth at home that keeps the blaze aglow. She’s the weaver of dreams and unwavering devotion. There’s no place safer than her arms, no song more comforting than her tune, and no scent more familiar than the essence of a mother. Mommy, the Dreamweaver is intended to alleviate separation anxiety and the guilt experienced when leaving a child at home in order to earn a living, a phenomenon faced by many parents.

Daddy’s Waltz

By Meri Tumanyan

A father’s role in the upbringing of a child is a crucial one. Fathers can be as loving, nurturing, and devotional as mothers are. The values and principles acquired through certain life experiences become critical lessons they transfer to their offspring, enriching a child’s worldview. This book is a tribute to all dads, including my own, but it’s especially dedicated to the father of my children whose unconditional love, sacrificial spirit, and boundless energy for them has not only evoked love in our children but it has also inspired this book. Daddy’s Waltz is my title for a song he made up to help our sleep-fighting babies fall asleep.

Other Recommended Reading:

  • The Body Keeps the Score by Bessel van der Kolk
  • Sex Without Pain by Heather Jeffcoat
  • Out of the Shadows by Patrick Carnes
  • Wired for Love by Stan Tatkin
  • Intimacy & Desire by Dr. David Schnarch
  • Facing Love Addiction by Pia Mellody
  • Ready to Heal by Kelly McDaniel
  • Attached by Amir Levine
  • Walking the Tiger, Healing the Trauma by Peter Levine
  • State of Affairs by Esther Perel
  • The Whole Brain Child by Dr. Dan Siegel
  • The New Rules of Marriage by Terrence Real
  • Stop Walking on Eggshells by Paul T. Mason