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Coping with Your Difficult Older Parent: A Guide for Stressed Out Children Paperback – 1 Feb 1999
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Grace Lebow and Barbara Kane, the co-founders of Aging Network Services of Bethesda, Maryland, are clinical social workers and care managers, specializing in older people and their families. They created a nationwide network of similar professionals to work with geographically separated families. This is their first book.
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One criticism: The authors keep saying that no matter how badly an elderly parents hurts a grownchild, the parent feels worse. Sorry. There are just some very mean people out there, who have no sense of what their cruelty does to others. Not everyone can blame their meanness on childhood trauma. My feeling is, if you have a parent who has treated you with no consideration for most of your life, you don't owe them a thing when they suddenly find themselves old and needful.