The In-Law Survival Guide
The In-Law Survival Guide, previously published as The In-Law Survival Manual: A Guide to Cultivating Healthy In-Law Relationships gives suggestions for ideas that might effect change within ourselves, thus bringing about change in our extended family. This book creates an opportunity for talking about in-law issues by observing how others creatively work out their in-law problems. Throughout the book, you will be offered opportunities to ask yourself, "What can I do to change myself? What can I do to change my expectations of my in-laws and other family members, given that they may choose not to change?"
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