Making Peace with Your Adult Children: A Guide to Family Healing
The only compassionate and down-to-earth guide--with sample letters and numerous exercises--to understanding and mending the complicated bonds between parents and adult children. Making Peace with Your Adult Children shows parents and children how to uncover old patterns of blame, resentment, and defensiveness and how to communicate more sensitively.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Why Become Involved
The Advantages and Price of Denial
Harmful Patterns and Traumatic Situations
17 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
able actions addicted adult child adult children affected Al-Anon alcoholic Alcoholics Anonymous anger Anthony Newley approach your adult areas become behavior believe blame chance chapter chil child abuse child sexual abuse childhood Claude Steiner Claudia Black communicate conflicts create daughter deal Dear Dad denial difficult dreams dren emotional example exercises experience father feel felt forgiveness give growing happened hard harmful healing hurt important involved judging child Ken Keyes Laura Davis let go letter listen lives mother negative never P M PC C1 pain parents past patterns Paul Simon PC C1 C2 person problem realize regret rela relationship remember resolve responses role self-disclosure sexual abuse share solutions someone Sometimes sorry talk tell therapist therapy things thought tion tionship traumas treated understand Wayne Kritsberg Wishcraft write