I'll Miss You Too
What Will Change, What Will Not and How We'll Stay Connected
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"In my 22 years as an educator, rarely have I seen such a unique book . . . . Their style is absorbing, their format clever, and the text informative and real. Parents and students will see themselves in this book and realize that they are not alone."-Beverly Stewart, M.Ed., president of Back to Basics Learning Dynamics
Leaving home and starting college is a major life transition-for students and parents. I'll Miss You Too is the must-have guidebook for new students and the proud parents so that together they can successfully navigate the college years, and not only protect their unique relationship, but help it to grow as well. (And to prevent a few flare-ups!)
I'll Miss You Too, by mother-daughter team Margo E. Bane Woodacre and Steffany Bane, is a must-have guidebook for students and parents that will help them to navigate the college years, and ensure that their one-of-a-kind relationship not only remains intact, but flourishes as well.
I'll Miss You Too is unique in that it is written from both sides of the mother-daughter relationship, providing valuable insight into the issues that both parent and child face, including:
-The 10 major traumas of empty nesters, (and their solutions!)
-Tips for students making the transition in the "real world"
-Communication issues, and how to set healthy expectations
-Most common problems of moving out and leaving home (for both parent and student)
-Coming home for the first time
-The personal, intimate journeys of mother and daughter when separating
- And much more...
This poignant and oftentimes hilarious guidebook provides the kind of perspective that leads to understanding, and opens the door for meaningful discussion between parent and child.
- Sourcebooks, March 2006
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