Parentcare: a commonsense guide for adult children

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Bantam Books, Feb 1, 1990 - Family & Relationships - 387 pages
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A practical, indispensable book for the millions of people in the "sandwich generation"--caught in the middle between responsibility for their growing-up children and the needs of their aging, ailing parents.

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Jarvik and Small, both physicians and authorities on geriatrics, prepared this guide to help adult children deal with the role reversals that often occur with aging. They apply a "commonsense approach ... Read full review


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