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Title Really, you've done enough : a parents' guide to stop parenting their adult child who still needs their money but not their advice / Sarah Walker.
Author Walker, Sarah (Sarah W.)
Publication Cincinnati : TOW Books, 2007.
Edition First edition.
Description 229 pages : color illustrations ; 21 cm
Call # 306.874 W
Contents Introduction : you fuck them up -- Then and now : your twenties vs. your child's twenties -- Living at home : the good old days--today! -- A message from the author -- Acceptable childhood myths to still insist to your adult child that they are true -- Unemployment : motorcycle gangs and Nobel prizes -- Unemployment : creative child vs. uncreative child -- Your child's first job : take a picture on their first day and make an ornament out of it -- Helping your child get a job : only bitter people hate nepotism -- Memo from Lyn Walker, mother to Sarah Walker, and non-crarent -- The gift of technology : helping your child through their stay-at-home twenties -- Partying with your child : the party's over before it's begun -- Let's keep it in the family : partying with your child's friends -- Religion -- Holidays : eww -- Jesus in his twenties : the lost years, revealed! -- Birthdays : a time to give -- Roadtrip! : probably less exciting than the film of the same name -- International travel : ole! -- Sex : I've said too much already -- Something for the kids : sex in the parental home -- Parental visit : a glorious 48 hours, and no more -- Middle of the book survey -- Sibling rivalry : one child is probably more talented than the other -- A message from the author -- Prison perspectives with John Walker -- Family reunion : double the family double the--not fun -- Divorce : you've really outdone yourself this time -- Death : please don't make it suck even more -- Comparisons and competition : your child's great as they are. Unless they aren't -- A message from the author -- Guilt : I feel bad for writing this chapter -- Therapy : stop talking about it, crazy -- Significant others : the possibility that your child will not die alone. Unless you somehow screw it up -- A message from the author -- Rehearsal dinner : party? -- Wedding : it's official. Your child will not die alone. Unless they divorce or their spouse dies first, but you know what I mean -- Pregnancy: eegs! -- So you're a celebrity : don't read this if you're not a celebrity -- Now let's all cry together -- A message from the author -- End of book survey.
Subject Adult children living with parents -- Humor.
Parent and adult child -- Humor.
Families -- Humor.
Intergenerational relations -- Humor.
ISBN 1582974780 (pbk. : alk. paper) :
9781582974781 (pbk. : alk. paper)

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