“What happens when the world goes dark?” that’s the question asked at the end of this year’s book, Tears of a Broken World.
But what happens when your child is not with you?
“I know this question will cause your heart to beat faster and your mind to race,” the author says, “but it is also a question I ask myself when I am struggling with how to get through a tough time.
I don’t have a perfect answer.
I know that my parenting style will not be perfect, but I do know that I can’t be perfect in my own way.”
Tears is the first in a new series by New York Times bestselling author and parenting expert Sherry Turkle, who has also written books on parenting issues including Love and Laughter, How to Raise Kids in the Age of Trump, and the bestselling How to Start a Family.
Turkle is a co-author of the bestselling book What I Wish I Knew When I Was a New Mom.
In her book, she describes a parent’s journey into the dark ages.
“In the dark days, I find myself not knowing how to ask my child, ‘What’s wrong with you?’
But I know how to tell him that I know what is wrong with him,” Turkle writes.”
I’ve learned how to have a loving relationship with him.
And I’ve learned to be gentle with him, to help him learn to love himself and to learn to trust himself.”
“If you want to give up your child to a parent who doesn’t love him, this book is for you,” she writes.
Tears explores how parents who struggle with parenting are finding ways to find and help each other.
The book explores the role that parenting plays in children’s mental health, and offers parents a step-by-step guide to helping their children get through tough times.
Tears, which was published by Simon & Schuster on November 18, comes with a new chapter on parenting advice and advice on parenting styles.
The book is available in paperback and Kindle, and can be purchased from Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble.