Blessing Your Grown Children
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Blessing Your Grown Children   -     By: Debra Evans
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Parents of grown children can continue to bless their adult sons and daughters in this next stage of life. But how do they adapt to the role and responsibilities without overstepping boundaries? Debra comes alongside her readers, offering help and encouragement every step of the way. In each chapter, you'll find practical ways to realistically bless your adult children as well as ideas to promote self-growth and reflection during this journey.

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Title: Blessing Your Grown Children
By: Debra Evans
Format: Paperback
Vendor: Focus on the Family
Dimensions: 8.25 X 5.5 (inches)
Weight: 9 ounces
ISBN: 1589974794
ISBN-13: 9781589974791
Stock No: WW5006874

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Being a parent of an adult child is a delicate balance of loving and accepting the child while maintaining healthy boundaries. Many parents find releasing their grown children a challenge, and while parents usually want to be supportive, the choices adult children make are sometimes unacceptable to them, leading to disappointment, anger, and guilt feelings. Both parents and grown kids have many adjustments to make as the child separates from the parents’ control. With this book, parents will learn to move forward into a new type of relationship with their kids.

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