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|| It's the parenting guide for parents who thought they no longer needed one-for parents who worry as their 20-something kids struggle to grow up; who are saving for retirement but now have to reopen the bank of Mom and Dad; who look forward to downsizing but have a boomerang child living at home again.And it's the parenting guide that says it's all going to be OK-just step back but stay connected, and don't forget to take care of yourself. Kids may be taking longer to graduate from college, start a career, marry, have children, but it's natural. Just as scientists a century ago discovered a new phase in life called adolescence, there's now another developmental stage, emerging adulthood. According to Dr. Jeffrey Arnett, the world's leading authority on emerging adults, and his coauthor, Elizabeth Fishel, author of Sisters and mother of two 20-something sons, the time spent in emerging adulthood actually helps kids become happier, healthier grown-ups...
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