Journaling, especially in a structured, consistent way, is a scientifically-proven therapeutic technique that helps you keep your tenuous grip on reality, even while bearing all the stress, isolation, heartbreaking adorableness, and unending lunacy that comprise the everyday life of a toddler mom.
Courtesy of the pandemic, parents now have to navigate a wide variety of different responsibilities, trading our “parent” hat for ones that say “teacher,” “bouncer,” “triage nurse,” and more. This book helps you navigate parenting in a pandemic without having a teacher’s license, years of self-defense training, or a medical degree.
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Bayardelle, E. (2019). Behavioral responses to failure: The effects of goal orientation, psychological capital, and intrinsic motivation (27541635) [Doctoral dissertation, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology]. ProQuest.
Horning, A., Jordeno, S., Dejanova, T., Denison, E., Sriken, J., & Satuluri, S. (2012) Pimps’ management styles in an informal economy and the changing game. Poster presented at the John Jay International Conference Poster Presentation, New York, NY.
Denison, E. K. (2012). Classification of offender and victim behaviors in serial rape. [Masters thesis, John Jay College of Criminal Justice]. WorldCat.
Denison, E. (2012). Verbal interaction in rape. Paper presented at the John Jay Masters Student Research Conference, New York, NY.
Thompson, S. C., Schlehofer, M. M., Gonzalez, A. & Denison, E. (2011). Reactions to a health threat: Dispositional threat orientations and message characteristics. British Journal of Health Psychology, 16, 344-358.
Denison, E., Chidsey, L., & Thompson, S. (2011). Liquors and tonics and beers...oh my: alcohol-related denial. Poster presented at the WPA Poster Presentation, Los Angeles, CA.