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- Zondervan 2010; US$ 14.99
We live in the age of aging. Because of this, there are a number of challenges presented to the family---among the most complex is the job of caring for frail parents. Weaving practical help together with personal stories, this book will help people embrace the job of caregiving as an opportunity to learn more about life and God. more...
- St. Martin's Press 2008; US$ 16.99
&&LP&&RParents make enormous sacrifices helping children become healthy and autonomous adults. And when children are older, popular wisdom advises parents to let go, disconnect, and bite their tongues. But increasing life spans mean that parents and children can spend as many as five or six decades as adults together: letting go is not an option for... more...
- HarperCollins 2011; US$ 11.99
Do You Have An Aging Parent Who -- Blames you for everything that goes wrong? Cannot tolerate being alone, wants you all the time? Is obsessed with health problems, real, or imagined? Make unreasonable and/or irrational demands of you? Is hostile, negative and critical? Coping with these traits in parents is an endless high-stress battle... more...
- Penguin Publishing Group 2011; US$ 15.00
Vanessa Petten bridges the communication gap between teens and parents. Every parent fears "losing" their child. But in this revolutionary book, youthologist Vanessa Van Petten translates what parents want to say into what teens want to hear. At 16, Vanessa Van Petten started her award-winning website, RadicalParenting.com, in reaction to sudden... more...
- Atria Books 2002; Not Available
Does your mother call you in a panic whenever there's a storm warning for your area? Does she act as though it's her duty to alert you to every health story on the news? Have you ever been briefly out of touch with your mother only to find she's phoned everyone short of the National Guard to track you down -- or, just maybe, are you that mother? ... more...
- Howard Books 2009; Not Available
Learn how to become a supportive and caring mother-in law instead of a ?monster-in-law? who only gets in the way of her child?s marital happiness. Just about everyone has heard a terrible joke or a horror story about someone else?s mother-in-law. Blending two families together often creates new and uncomfortable dynamics that will take some time... more...
- Touchstone 2001; Not Available
Every woman has things that she wants to talk about with her mother -- but can't. Big questions about health, aging and money, and even more personal issues about family secrets and Mom's relationship with Dad have made for extremely difficult conversations -- until now. In My Mother, My Friend, communications expert and beloved national speaker... more...
- Hundreds of Heads Books 2009; US$ 4.95
As every couple discovers when they get married, you don't just acquire a spouse when you wed — you get the whole family! Whether it?s navigating a culture clash, kibitzing in marital squabbles, spoiling the grandkids, or ducking out on the holidays, this book can help. Those who?ve lived to tell about it weigh in here. Packed with stories, advice,... more...
- Chicken Soup for the Soul 2011; Not Available
Chicken Soup for the Soul: Empty Nesters provides support during an emotional but exciting time for parents -- sending their children off to college, new homes, or careers. A must read for empty nesters or soon-to-be empty nesters. Full of heartfelt stories about gazing at surprisingly clean bedrooms, starting new careers, rediscovering spouses,... more...