How Did I Become My Parent's Parent?

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Penguin Books, Apr 21, 1997 - Family & Relationships - 203 pages
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More than ever before families face the emotional and practical challenges of caring for aged or disabled parents. This insightful book looks at this role reversal through the eyes of both parent and adult child, leading readers through the pertinent questions and concerns that will arise. From the author of "The Bereaved Parent", this essential guide is filled with poignant real-life stories from the author's own work with nursing home residents and their families.

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In the Beginning
Knowing Things Will Change
Perceptions and Obligations

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