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The House is Quiet, Now What? - eBook
Barbour Publishing / 2009 / ePub
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Are you an empty nester who's trying to "recoop" after yourchicks have flown? You'll appreciate this encouraging guidance from fellow mother hens! Offering biblically based pointers and proven strategies for women who are home-alone moms, Hanna and Y'Barbo will help you soar as you develop a new flight pattern with God's guidance. Paperback.
Wondering what to do now that the kids have flown the coop? Look no further than Turning Points for Empty Nesters, wherein answers to the questions and challenges now facing you reside. Fuel-for-the-journey chapters address issues such as redefining and rediscovering yourself, deliberate downsizing, dealing with depression, balancing new responsibilities, becoming part of the sandwich generation, living with a renewed purpose, and so much more. Filled with sage advice and practical, biblically-based guidance, this unique volume will help you devise a new flight pattern as you navigate your way through the rest of your fabulous life.
Bestselling author Kathleen Y’Barbo is a multiple Carol Award and RITA nominee of forty-five novels with almost two million copies of her books in print in the US and abroad. A tenth-generation Texan and certified family law paralegal, she has been nominated for a Career Achievement Award as well a Reader’s Choice Award and several Top Picks by Romantic Times magazine. A member of American Christian Fiction Writers, Romance Writers of America, and a former member of the Texas Bar Association Paralegal Division, she is currently a proud military wife and an expatriate Texan cheering on her beloved Texas Aggies from north of the Red River.
Prolific authors Hanna and YBarbo team up for a stage-of-life book aimed at moms whose kids have grown and left home. They milk the empty-nest metaphor for all its worth, extending the figure of speech into an organizational scheme (flight patterns, spreading your wings) for their analysis and advice. The book is also liberally salted with stories (though the authors dont clarify where the stories are drawn from), clever quotes and passages from Scripture. The result is a sometimes repetitive walk through aspects of the developmental process of letting go of children that reads like a book-length development of an article from a womens magazine. Some women will appreciate and need this chatty book; others will want a little more psychological heft and a less bubbly tone. This book is aimed at those who are comfortable with an evangelical Christian slant to their understanding of psychology (If youre a blood-bought believer of Jesus Christ). The book is part of the publishers new Turning Points series for women in life changes. (Nov.) Copyright 2009 Reed Business Information.
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