Free Mother to Good Home A Handbook and Survival Guide for Good Parents, Stepparents and Grandparents
List Price: $33.95
Publisher: Balboa Press
Binding: Trade Cloth
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.50" long x 1.00" tall
Have you heard the words, “I never dared to treat my parents the way kids do today”? If you are a baby boomer or the parent of a tween, teen, or adult child, not only have you heard those words, you may have uttered them yourself. If, in this new age of child–parent relations, you’ve ever felt like a helpless puppy or kitten inside a box marked “Free to Good Home,”—if, in spite of all your love and the care with which you embraced parenting, your child has grown into an entitled and thoughtless power broker in your relationship—read on. Author Kay Taylor has studied sociology, parenting, blended families and personal growth for years; in this bold, groundbreaking book she explores the More...
Kay Taylor is in a unique position to understand human behavior and the inner-personal struggles and relationship dynamics and challenges that modern life and parenthood presents. Having lived with over a hundred foster children during her formative and teen years, and being forcibly married off at the age of sixteen and then raising two children alone while working two jobs and attending college, Ms. Taylor offers a unique and insightful view of what itrsquo;s like to be mother, working single parent, and stepmother to what she refers to as E-generation children (children whonbsp; compete with their parents for power and control). Professionally, Ms. Taylor worked as a staff writer for a More...
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