And Dr. Jane Adams has advice for parents of grown children just when they need it most.
When grown kids disappoint you, it's always tough, and this book provides a lot of wisdom for helping their parents and others who love them.
The book is now with a good friend who's going through the same thing I did and is much younger.
Love the book. Unfortunately, it was as if I was writing the book about my own adult children. It is very hard to let go when you are already a control freak. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jason
Terrible book. The author rambles and can't seem to make any clear points.Published 2 months ago by maggie2
It was just ok. It wasn't what I was expecting or hoping that it would be. I was looking for solutions on this topic.Published 2 months ago by Cheryl Proveaux
Lots of examples but too much repeatation in the examples.
Should elaborate more on determining when real help should be given vs just being an enabler to poor behaviour.
I felt the information was not very helpful and most of the stories were about wealthy people and not the average family.Published 3 months ago by diane bardell
I am a teacher and don't have any children of my own (and don't want any) but helped raise my stepdaughter from 12 years of age to 18 years of age. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Keith Frosland