Children of a Certain Age: Adults and Their Aging Parents

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Lexington Books, 1999 - Family & Relationships - 192 pages
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A warm, thoughtful, and well-researched study of how elderly parents and their middle-aged children can, with wisdom, courage, and respect, relate to one another with genuine friendship.--Louise Fradkin and Mirca Liberti, cofounders of Children of Aging Parents
 

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Contents

Why at Fifty Plus?
15
Whats Growing Up All About Anyway?
32
I Wont Grow Up
51
A Parent for All Seasons
75
Dancing Solo
102
What Do We Owe?
131
And the Walls Come Down
151
The Last Dance
161
Notes
171
Index
179
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Vivian E. Greenberg, ACSW, LSCW, is the author of Respecting Your Limits When Caring for Aging Parents and Should Mom Live With Us? (written with Dr. Vivian Carlin). She is currently in privat practice in Pennington, N.J., and writes a monthly newspaper column for the Trenton, N.J. Times.

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