From Library Journal
Written by two counselors at Washington University in St. Louis, Letting Go examines the needs of support and distance felt by both parent and child during the college years. The authors use their own experiences as well as those of students and administrators from four-year colleges across the nation. Including interviews and anecdotes to illustrate their points, they examine everyday college traumas and experiences as well as potentially dangerous ones. They also address attitudes and changes on today's campuses. Highly recommended to anyone whose child will be attending college or is having difficulty adjusting. Martin J. Hudacs, Towanda H.S., Pa.
Copyright 1988 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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