By Edwin L. Klingelhofer (auth.)
Coping along with your Grown teenagers is the single ebook to analyze-and lay out particular coping suggestions for dealing with-the difficulties latest mom and dad face with their grownup offspring similar to: • failure of the kid to truly "grow up" or in achieving complete capability • unemptied nests • relocating again domestic after damaged marriages • turning your place right into a "daycare middle" to your grandchildren • substance abuse, cult involvement, difficulty with the legislations • replacement existence or homosexuality • actual or psychiatric difficulties • or even you simply imagine there is a problem!
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Despite the lowering of the legal voting age and access to the voting booth over the past fifteen years or so, the young, the economically disad- 30 Coping with Your Grown Children vantaged, and ethnic minorities participate in the electoral process much less conscientiously than the older, more affluent, white segments of our society. Young adults have been greatly influenced by the war in Viet Nam and the Watergate scandal. These complex and tragic affairs have eroded confidence in the electoral process and belief in the power of the individual to influence domestic or foreign policy.
Not only does someone who has experienced considerable recent change have a greater likelihood of taking sick, but the greater or more taxing the change, the more severe any consequent physical ailment is likely to be. Third, the stress that grows out of crises in family relationships is consistently among the most severe in terms of its impact on the individual. The death of a spouse has been found to be the most stressful life-change experience and it is the one most likely to have aftereffects; the death rate of widowers, for example, is forty percent higher in the year follow- 38 Coping with Your Grown Children ing bereavement than it is for comparable nonbereaved men.
Almost half of American households now contain only two members. The singleparent family constitutes about one-fifth of the households and the proportion of people who live in families at all has been on the decline since 1940. 7. These changes reflect a number of trends in the society, one of which is a shift in the attitude toward having children. Many young couples elect not to have children, in some cases because children entail responsibilities they are not willing to accept, in others because they believe that adding to the population is morally wrong.
Coping with your Grown Children by Edwin L. Klingelhofer (auth.)