You thought once your kids moved out of the house, it would be safe to get on with your life. So why do the kids still call with problems, need money, want help with advice and even ask to move back home again after they've been on their own for 15 years? Stephen Bly helps you navigate the choppy waters of relationships between adult children and parents. Once a Parent, Always a Parent shows how you can be concerned about your adult kids in a nice, healthy way-without driving each other up the wall.
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Date:May 23, 2010
Excellent. A good resource. It has been read once, and will be read again to con't gleaning information. My concern was based on our daughter's Christian heritage. She was raised in a strong Christian home, but her husband does not want us talking about "god" (sic) around our granddaughter. I was hoping the book would address that situation (how to respect the father w/out denying our beliefs), and that situation was not necessarily addressed. However, overall, the book was excellent and I am glad I have the resource to refer to as needed.Thanks.