PARENTING YOUR ADULT CHILD

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How To Really Love Your Adult Child

Author : Gary Chapman
ISBN : 9780802477903
Genre : Family & Relationships
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More than 10 years after Parenting Your Adult Child was published, much has changed - including young adults themselves, as well as their parents. Economic upheavals, challenges to traditional values and beliefs, the phenomenon of over-involved "helicopter parenting" - all make relating to grown children more difficult than ever. Yet at the same time, being a parent of an adult child can bring great rewards. This revised and updated version of Dr. Gary Chapman's and Dr. Ross Campbell's message will help today's parents explore how to really love their adult child in today's changing world. The book includes brief sidebars from parents of adult children and adult children themselves with their own stories. An online study guide will also be available.
Category: Family & Relationships

Parenting Your Adult Child

Author : Susan Vogt
ISBN : 0867169729
Genre : Religion
File Size : 64.82 MB
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Parenting an Adult Child addresses such thorny issues as when to rescue and when to not; when to push and when to restrain yourself; how to keep your faith when your child seems to be abandoning it; how to forgive yourself for the mistakes you made in parenting along the way; and how to move into an adult/adult relationship with this amazing person you have raised. This book is based on responses to the author's national surveys of over 4,000 parents and young adults and offers practical and realistic strategies for parents who want to be true to their own values and beliefs.
Category: Religion

Now That They Are Grown

Author : Ronald J. Greer
ISBN : 9781426741913
Genre : Family & Relationships
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This book aims to help readers miss as many potholes as possible in making the transition from parenting children to being parents of young adults. Here are ways to nurture our adult children while encouraging their independence and maturity. Learn to have balance. Here is how to respond to them in times of struggle. Readers will see how to be supportive, yet not intrusive, caring without enabling dependency. --from publisher description.
Category: Family & Relationships

How To Really Love Your Adult Child

Author : Gary D. Chapman
ISBN : 0802468519
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 20.11 MB
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Explores how to really love an adult child in today's changing world, with sidebars from parents of adult children and adult children themselves.
Category: Family & Relationships

Parenting Your Adult Child

Author : Gary Dr. Chapman
ISBN : 1575674955
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 53.75 MB
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Parenting doesn't end at 18 .Has your nest not emptied? Has your adult child made lifestyle choices you don't agree with? Has becoming an in-law made you consider becoming an outlaw? Many parents today answer an exasperating "yes" to these and many other questions that describe the frustration encountered between them and their adult children. Parenting no longer ends at 18, yet very few resources are available to help parents better communicate with their child who is no longer a child. Ross Campbell and Gary Chapman, authors of The Five Love Languages of Children, have teamed up again to bring us another tool for parenting. They will help you deal with such issues as helping your child find success, dealing with anger, when adult children return with their children, religious choices, and positive parental love. You can survive this stage in your life. And with the excellent advice from Drs. Campbell and Chapman, you can even enjoy it!
Category: Family & Relationships

Secrets To Parenting Your Adult Child

Author : MEd Williams, LPC Nancy
ISBN : 9781441214751
Genre : Religion
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Parenting doesn't stop when the children grow up, and the nest doesn't always empty when or how parents thought it would. The role changes, but the sense of responsibility continues. Licensed counselor and life coach Nancy Williams draws from professional and personal experience, and also brings in the perspectives of young adults to guide readers in building healthy relationships with adult children. Her insight, encouragement, and advice will help readers navigate everything from prolonged adolescence and boundary struggles to disappointing choices our children make.
Category: Religion

Setting Boundaries With Your Adult Children

Author : Allison Bottke
ISBN : 9780736938587
Genre : Religion
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This important and compassionate new book from the creator of the successful God Allows U-Turns series will help parents and grandparents of the many adult children who continue to make life painful for their loved ones. Writing from firsthand experience, Allison identifies the lies that kept her, and ultimately her son in bondage--and how she overcame them. Additional real life stories from other parents are woven through the text. A tough-love book to help readers cope with dysfunctional adult children, "Setting Boundaries with Your Adult Children" will empower families by offering hope and healing through S.A.N.I.T.Y.--a six-step program to help parents regain control in their homes and in their lives. S = STOP Enabling, STOP Blaming Yourself, and STOP the Flow of Money A = Assemble a Support Group N = Nip Excuses in the Bud I = Implement Rules/Boundaries T = Trust Your Instincts Y = Yield Everything to God Foreword by Carol Kent ("When I Lay My Isaac Down")
Category: Religion

Parenting Your Emerging Adult

Author : Varda Konstam
ISBN : 0882824325
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Offers parents tools for ensuring their young adults are independent, self sufficient, and well-informed so that they can discuss contentious subjects, make sound decisions, and find effective solutions to problems.
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Boundaries Of Touch

Author : Jean Halley
ISBN : 9780252091452
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 56.27 MB
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Discussing issues of parent-child contact ranging from breastfeeding and sleeping arrangements to sexual abuse, Jean O'Malley Halley traces the evolution of mainstream ideas about touching between adults and children over the course of the twentieth century in the United States. Boundaries of Touch shows how arguments about adult-child touch have been politicized, simplified, and bifurcated into "naturalist" and "behaviorist" viewpoints, thereby sharpening certain binary constructions such as mind/body and male/female. In addition to contemporary periodicals and self-help books on child rearing, Halley uses information gathered from interviews she conducted with mothers ranging in age from twenty-eight to seventy-three. Throughout, she reveals how the parent-child relationship, far from being a private or benign subject, continues as a highly contested, politicized affair of keen public interest.
Category: Family & Relationships

Walking On Eggshells

Author : Jane Isay
ISBN : 9780767929387
Genre : Family & Relationships
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We raise our children to be independent and lead fulfilling lives, but when they finally do, staying close becomes more complicated than ever. And for every bewildered mother who wonders why her children don’t call, there is a frustrated son or daughter who just wants to be treated like a grownup. Now, renowned editor Jane Isay delivers the perfect gift to both parents and their adult children—real-life wisdom and advice on how to stay together without falling apart. Using extensive interviews with people from ages twenty-five to seventy, Isay shows that we’re far from alone in our struggles to make this new, adult relationship work. She offers up groundbreaking insights and deeply moving stories that will inspire those in even the toughest situations. Isay’s warmth and wit shine through on every page as she charts an invaluable course through the confusing, and often painful, interactions parents and children can face. Walking on Eggshells is the much-needed road map that will keep you connected to the people you love most.
Category: Family & Relationships