Jon Henshaw

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 100% (5 of 5)
Location: Nashville, TN United States
In My Own Words:
Jon Henshaw is the founder and director of the FamilyResource.com, a website that provides articles and media reviews on parenting, relationships, pregnancy, health, lifestyles, and finance. He currently works at Sitening, a web development company in Nashville, TN, as a web designer specializing in usability and search engine optimization (SEO). Email: jon@sitening.com
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 487,007 - Total Helpful Votes: 5 of 5
We're Still Family: What Grown Children Have to Sa&hellip by Constance R. Ahrons
For me, the best insights in the book came in the last chapter. Dr. Ahrons posits two questions to her research participants:
1. From your experience growing up in a divorced family, what advice would you give to parents who are divorcing?
2. What advice would you give to other kids whose parents are divorcing?
The answers that follow are tremendously valuable to anyone (including children) who are experiencing, or have experienced, divorce.
I highly recommend this book to parents who are concerned about the impact that their divorce may have on their children, and to adult children of divorce who are struggling to understand how their parents' divorce has impacted their… Read more
Generation S.L.U.T.: A Brutal Feel-up Session with&hellip by Marty Beckerman
4.0 out of 5 stars Disturbingly Honest, April 30 2004
Generation S.L.U.T. is not for everyone. Some readers will find the fictional story as literary pornography, while others will appreciate its fresh candor on the sex lives of today's teenagers. No doubt, if a reader were to consume only certain parts of the book, many different descriptions could be made of it. However, its sum total is a truthful and necessary message for parents, teenagers, and educators. Marty has taken the veil off of a once secretive subject, and has served it as a full course meal to the unaware, and uninitiated. The book maintains a status of being for everyone, yet it's not for everyone. If you have a strong stomach, much like the kind needed to hear stories about… Read more
Our Dad Died: The True Story of Three Kids Whose L&hellip by Amy Dennison
Death of a loved one is always difficult. However, experiencing the death of a parent as a child is not only difficult, it can also be quite confusing. For most children, the idea of death is a surreal concept, often void of context and reality. Additionally, the manner in which most family and friends behave towards children (after they have lost their parent) can be equally as confusing.
Our Dad Died: The True Story of Three Kids Whose Lives Changed, approaches the death of a parent in a new way. Instead of advice from a noted expert, we get a story from three siblings who kept journals after their dad's death. This unique approach to teaching children about death is refreshing… Read more