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They're your parents, too! : how siblings can survive their parents' aging witho
Russo, Francine
Adult Nonfiction HQ1063.6 .R88 2010

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In this painful but effective book, journalist Russo explores what she calls the "twilight transition," when the end of the family as one knew it is near, and one intensely reengages with siblings. This period-which many boomers are living or entering-is laden with new challenges: adapting to a new adult role, confronting old sibling conflicts, and making peace with the loss of parents. Once again, readers are asked to understand one another and look at things through others' eyes. Russo also covers the "posttwilight" period, when one needs to mourn, move on, and sustain family connections into the future. More than a how-to book, this groundbreaking work illuminates a difficult stage of life. (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

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