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Passages: Predictable Crises of Adult Life Paperback – January 10, 2006
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What is so special about this book is that it picks up where other books end. There are thousands of books about infants, young children and teens. We fully understand that growth is a process and that, while each person is unique, there are commonalities in development. However, once we are adults, we seem to think we are static.
Passages describes the normal growth throughout life. It is comforting to see, for example, that most people have to seriously reassess their goals in their 40's.
This book is especially encouraging for parents of adult chidren. It affirms that we are changing our own priorities and it helps us to see how our needs and the ever changing needs of our offspring can complement one another. Maybe most importantly, we are reminded that their attention to their own careers and children right when we crave more intimacy with them is normal and healthy.
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