Adult Children Who Won't Grow Up: How to Finally Cut the Cord That Binds You
Crown Publishing Group, Aug 1, 1990 - Family & Relationships - 256 pages
For every child who is happily on his or her way at twenty, there's another who can't quite get it together. He asks for money. She still hasn't settled on a career. He always seems sad. She won't leave home. Here, the author offers reassurance and answers for anyone whose adult offspring have had a hard time adjusting to the real world. He outlines a proven, non-judgmental approach that has been highly effective.
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