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Kids. You bathe them, feed and clothe them, watch them go from training wheels to behind the wheel, send them off to college, watch them receive their degrees, and watch them spread their wings to fly…back into your home?
When Will My Grown Up Kid Grow Up by Jeffrey Jensen Arnett, PhD and Elizabeth Fishel guides parents in this situation and helps them adjust to the new norm. And before anything else, fret not—they will grow up. This new developmental stage is labeled as ‘emerging adulthood’, and according to the authors, this time in a grown-up kid’s life helps them become a happier and healthier grown-up.
For parents who thought the training wheels of parenting were a thing of the past, this text helps with the transition for both kids and parents, troubleshooting the failure to launch, and resulting in a happy outcome.
So read up, step back, stay connected with your kids, and take a listen to our interviews with author Jeffery Jensen Arnett on ID Radio. Because, after all, it’s all going to be OK.
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The third of Daniel Palmer’s thrillers, Stolen, demonstrates that there’s no reason to reinvent the wheel when it comes to plot structure.
Palmer takes the tried-and-true premise of an ordinary man placed in an extraordinary situation, but sprinkles in some contemporary hot topics—namely, medical insurance and identity theft.
When a man’s wife is diagnosed with a malignant melanoma, he turns to the interwebs to steal someone’s identity to afford medical insurance and find a cure for his ailing wife. But such a scheme would never be easy, and he finds himself being blackmailed into going deeper into the criminal world.
Stolen illustrates just another scenario in which one small event can change the lives of many…and if it’s anything like Palmer’s highly acclaimed Helpless and Delirious, then it’s sure to be quite the read.
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