Books About All The Different Kinds Of Wonderful Families

Here s is a recommendended list of books for kids that feature all types of wonderful families.  If you have any you would like to add, email us at hello@parkslopeparents.



Resources for Parents Under Stress

Parenting can be hard, especially with a limited support system. PSP can help by providing a community of neighbors who’ve been there and done that. Still, sometimes you need more than like-minded fellow parents. Many of us have times when we need professional assistance (for the good of our whole families).  If you are feeling like you need professional help, here are some resources to turn to...




Resources for Domestic Violence & Abuse

This page provides information and resources including shelters, support groups, and organizations dedicated to helping adults and children in abusive relationships.

In the event of an emergency, always call 911.




The PSP Resources & Support Section

Be sure to join one our Specialty or Tough Stuff Groups to talk with other local Parents who are dealing with similar issues.


In the PSP Resources & Support Section you will find articles on the following:


Resources & support for LGBTQ Parents

Support for separation & divorce

Resources for single parents by choice

Support for health & illness

Support for parents under stress (includes a list of Hotlines that are always staffed)

Support for adoption

Support for miscarriage, bereavement & loss

Support for Postpartum Depression (PPD)

Support for aging parents

Support for domestic violence & abuse

Advice from PSP members about rough patches in a marriage/partnership


Have a question or problem that you want to talk to the group about anonymously? Read our Anonymous Post Guidelines HERE.

Be sure to review our FAQs to Anonymous.

Be sure to visit the PSP Recommendations section Mental Health Professionals for specialized recommendations for resources and help with issues like Post Partum Depression, Trauma, Grief Counselors, Group Therapy, and more.



Domestic Violence: You or someone you know hurting?

By posting this video, “Leslie Morgan Steiner: Why domestic violence victims don't leave” the probability that this hits home for at least one of you is 100%. That makes it worth posting to everyone, asking you to watch, and if it makes just one of you reach out for yourself or to a friend you suspect is being abused it will be a message well posted

Description: Leslie Morgan Steiner was in “crazy love” -- that is, madly in love with a man who routinely abused her and threatened her life. Steiner tells the dark story of her relationship, correcting misconceptions many people hold about victims of domestic violence, and explaining how we can all help break the silence.

We have updated the website with a list of resources if you’re in an abusive situation:  It includes domestic violence help resources, legal help, financial help, important links as well as words of wisdom from PSP members.

Be safe and take care of yourself.