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By Edwin L. Klingelhofer (auth.)

Coping together with your Grown teenagers is the one ebook to analyze-and lay out particular coping suggestions for dealing with-the difficulties trendy mom and dad face with their grownup offspring reminiscent of: • failure of the kid to actually "grow up" or in attaining complete strength • unemptied nests • relocating again domestic after damaged marriages • turning your house right into a "daycare heart" to your grandchildren • substance abuse, cult involvement, difficulty with the legislation • replacement existence or homosexuality • actual or psychiatric difficulties • or even you simply imagine there is a problem!

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If you do conclude that a situation is not your problem (even though it may bother you a lot), how do you let it go? After all, it is your child who is in trouble. Turning your back and simply walking away is surely one of the harder tasks a parent may ever be called on to perform-but it is sometimes quite an essential one. Despite the pain it may entail, you can cut yourself loose if you examine the likely consequences of your action, and particularly what it may mean to the child. You already know Parent-Child Troubles 43 what it means to you-it amounts to desertion.

There are enjoyable and diverting recreational pursuits available for everyone who may be involved in an otherwise allconsuming parent-child problem. 50 Coping with Your Grown Children Regular exercise, appropriate to the age, interests, and capacities of the individual is an effective way of combating stress. Walking, jogging, or cycling can be done by almost everyone. Games or sports are useful diversions as well as sources of satisfaction in their own right. The motivated person can reap the benefits of exercise alone; those who need company in this endeavor can find it in adult education classes or such community-based organizations as the YMCA.

We always had this big family Christmas gettogether and I loved it so much. This one year they called it off. At least, that's what they told me, but I found out later that the celebration had been held. But I and my husband and son weren't invited because I always showed up half-drunk and by the time the thing was over I was completely blotto, an embarrassment to everybody. When I learned that my own family had cut me off because of what I was doing to myself 44 Coping with Your Grown Children and to them, I was crushed.

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