And you thought it was all over!: mothers and their adult children

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St. Martin's/Marek, 1985 - Family & Relationships - 308 pages
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Based on a groundbreaking study of nearly five hundred women, this book examines the problems in the relationships between mothers and their grown children, with a special chapter on how fathers influence second-stage mothering

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And you thought it was all over!: mothers and their adult children

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Gross, an accomplished journalist and mother of three grown children, clearly and effectively describes the emotional/logistical components of "second-stage mothering'' (when the kids leave home ... Read full review

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