3 edition of As Your Parents Age found in the catalog.
As Your Parents Age
Rita J. Putnam
by Dynamic Communications Inc
Written in English
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By allowing your child to choose their own books independent of your input, allows your child to learn the different reason we choose a book to read in the first place. The first steps are to see what your child reading level is. This helps determine what books may be right for their age and reading ability. Look for books that match that level. As your parents age you will feel a wide range of emotions. Anticipating these reactions and preparing for them will make life easier. You will then be able to capitalize on the happy times with.
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As my Parents Age Oh, my word. This book is so good. The author, in short, almost devotional styled chapters addresses challenges that may arise in our relationships with parents/5(52). Addressing the areas of relationships, emotions, and dignity with practical and scriptural insights, this book will help to ensure that the aging parent is protected along with the other relationships in the family.
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Sign Up for Our Newsletter. Receive book suggestions, reading tips, educational activities, and great deals. Stages of Aging #1: Your Parents Don't Need Help. This is the stage where you call up your parents and they’re too busy to meet up, or are traveling, or spending half a year in a different town.
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Yet for so many families, these relationships go can wrong and it /5(). Written for adults who are mourning the loss of a parent, this book attempts to help survivors understand how the parental relationship influenced other aspects of their lives. Losing Your Parents, Finding Yourself: The Defining Turning Point of Adult Life by Victoria Secunda, Read age-appropriate book reviews for kids and parents written by our experts.
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