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With a down-to-earth tone and clear insight into the minds of both parents and college students, this is an easy-to-read book that manages to handle difficult topics without preaching or downplaying important events. Ultimately, this book aims to help parents and their nearly adult children make the transition to a new kind of relationship, ideally one that is open and mutually respectful. With careful reading and consideration, the suggestions presented will help create a handy road map to lead you through the twists and turns of parenting your college student. --Jill Lightner --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
This book gives excellent information on what you and your child are going through. It also gives very helpful advice on what to do and what not to do.Published 22 days ago by kathleen stlawrence
This book gave my husband and I much food for thought and good guidelines for this time of transition in our family.Published 3 months ago by Kim Long
Right to the point with many issues ready to read and apply! Ideal for the parent who does not want to read the whole book in order to realize what to do!Published 9 months ago by Socrates
I highly recommend this for parents in the letting their child become an adult stage of life!! Invaluable. Take it home with youPublished 14 months ago by Anne Clausen
Not very good when it comes to suggesting tips - just describes some really specific senarios without any solution presented. Read morePublished 19 months ago by joey
I had the opportunity to meet the author at a college function, so had an idea what I was buying - and yes, I love the book! Read morePublished on October 12, 2010 by kummle
I really like this book, first attracted by its interesting title, and review, then by its very informative contents. I'd highly recommend this book to any college parents.Published on April 13, 2010 by Ellen
This book ignores the elephant in the room - the skyrocketing cost of education. How much should parents pay? How much should kids borrow? Read morePublished on August 12, 2009 by Rock Bottom
At first glance of the title page, this book looks corny. However, inside it is filled with a lot of very useful and practical advice.Published on February 13, 2008 by ellie