Getting Along (almost) with Your Adult Kids: A Decade-by-decade Guide

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Ave Maria Press, 2003 - Family & Relationships - 128 pages
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This upbeat, positive guide for parents of adult children approaches parenting as a lifelong process -- one that continues through adulthood. Psychologists Lois and Joel Davitz have studied child, adult, and family behavior for forty years and value loving family relationships. In Getting Along (Almost) With Your Adult Kids: A Decade-by-Decade Guide, they tell parents about the development that generally occurs during the life of an adult child and offer positive and constructive solutions to common difficulties and conflicts that arise between parents and their adult children. Whether you are tackling specific conflicts with your adult children, want to cultivate great relationships that last a lifetime, or just want to gain some perspective on adult family interactions, this book will help you every step of the way. Book jacket.

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Davitz is a former research associate of psychology and education at Teachers College, Columbia University.

Davitz is a former professor of psychology and education at Teachers College, Columbia University.

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