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by Sandy Fleischl Wasserman,Lauren Schaffer

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ISBN: 0609807005
Author: Sandy Fleischl Wasserman,Lauren Schaffer
Language: English
Publisher: Three Rivers Press; 1 edition (July 17, 2001)
Pages: 112
Category: Humor
Subcategory: Humour
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 195
Size Fb2: 1601 kb
Size ePub: 1258 kb
Size Djvu: 1418 kb
Other formats: lit mbr lrf docx


Mixing humor with practical advice, Lauren Schaffer and Sandy Fleischl Wasserman's 133 Ways to Avoid . Lauren Schaffer is a high-school French teacher and a nationally known teacher-trainer who loves to travel, garden, and dabble in graphology.

Mixing humor with practical advice, Lauren Schaffer and Sandy Fleischl Wasserman's 133 Ways to Avoid Going Cuckoo When the Kids Fly the Nest is a good friend to laugh with, a shoulder to cry on, and a manual of sound advice to help those in need keep their sense of humor while riding the emotional roller coaster of Empty Nest Syndrome.

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Because empty nest syndrome is not a clinical medical diagnosis, it's hard . 133 Ways to Avoid Going Cuckoo When the Kids Fly the Nest: A Parent's Guide for Surviving Empty Nest Syndrome. Three Rivers Press; 2001.

Because empty nest syndrome is not a clinical medical diagnosis, it's hard to find statistics on how many people experience it. But as the children of baby boomers grow up and leave home, it's clear that millions of parents may identify with Nancy's story. Perhaps most importantly, Schaffer and Wasserman want parents to remember that if their kids are ready and willing to fly the coop, it's usually a reflection of good parenting.

Harper Perennial, 2003. Your on Your Own (But I’m Here if You Need Me): Mentoring your Child During the College Years, by Marjorie Savage. 133 Ways to Avoid Going Cuckoo When the Kids Fly the Nest: A Parent’s Guide for Surviving the Empty Nest Syndrome, by Lauren Schaffer and Sandy Fleischl Wasserman, Three Rivers Press, 2001. Don’t Tell Me What to Do, Just Send Money: the Essential Parenting Guide to the College Years, by Helen E. Johnson and Christine Schelhas-Miller. St. Martin’s Press, 2000.

The Perfect Graduation Gift-for Parents!What's a parent to do when the kids leave home? Mixing humor with practical advice, Lauren Schaffer and Sandy Fleischl Wasserman's 133 Ways to Avoid Going Cuckoo When the Kids Fly the Nest is a good friend to laugh with, a shoulder to cry on, and a manual of sound advice to help those in need keep their sense of humor while riding the emotional roller coaster of Empty Nest Syndrome. Their essential, indispensable tips and strategies encompass everything from the painful first days to return visits to expressing your new empty-nester self, including:* Why you shouldn't immediately convert your kid's room into a studio, bordello, or workshop* The right movies for a good laugh or cry* How to keep the lines of communication open (use good old-fashioned guilt to keep the phone calls coming)* How to stuff a wild care package* Return visit diplomacy (do not take personally her overwhelming desire to reconnect with friends instead of cozying up to you for a long pajama-clad chat)* How to fight maudlin memories (go to Toys "R" Us between Thanksgiving and Christmas and eavesdrop on some tantrums)

Comments:

Faell
This book is neither funny nor informative. In fact it is super boring. It seems like the authors didn't have enough information on the subject, so it includes large type, a lot of pictures, and WAY to many stupid lists. If you truly need advice, due to being down about empty nest syndrome like I am, then keep looking as this book will not help.
Dreladred
A common sense book on an old problem. Practical suggestions to work through the emotional roller-coaster ride experienced when the kid flies the coop. Despite knowing you raised them to become independent, self-sufficient adults, it leaves a whole different role to assume after so many years devoted to being in the role of parent. Don't think there's anything to prepare you for the emotions, but this book has common sense do's and don'ts to help you through. Easy to read, full of practical advice.
Seevinev
nice book
unmasked
Changes is what life and what this how-do-book are all about. The lively writing and nuggets of do's and don'ts reflect the mid-life exuberance of parents starting a new phase of their lives without children at home. The advice rings bells for anyone going through changes. Anyone alive in the society of modern transience will find useful suggestions in thoughts like: Do not immediately go into the room of someone who has just moved away. Do not expect a returnee to behave like a resident. Appropriate activities for stress given by the authors include lists for the left- and right-brained, and how to discover your category. Left brainers, for example, should take a watch apart. My reason for reading the book was the category of distant relative and contemporary; my reason for finishing the book in two readings was enjoyment and applicability to a lifestyle that doesn't include children of my own. Thanks, literary mothers, for a short, fun book of changes.
Fenrikasa
My one and only daughter flew the nest this last year. I kind of knew I had spent the year in a funk, but didn't really see a way to chuckle my way out of it until I read this book. With brilliant and humorous observations, the authors have touched a nerve. What great suggestions they offered for getting rid of the "my baby is gone" blues! This book makes you feel like you are part of a bigger family that understands your happy/sad feelings about your child's independence. Read it! Buy a copy for your dear friends. Eat and enjoy some chocolate!
Yannara
I was recently given this wonderful little book by a friend because she knew I was suffering over the fact that my children were now all living on their own. What a treat! This book is well written, informative, clever, and utterly entertaining. I laughed myself silly and no longer felt alone in my 'empty nest.' I am going to purchase it for everyone I know who has kids who have left home or are soon going to be. It's a special little gem. Thanks to the authors for such a bit of heaven.
Ishnllador
For $43.00 this book isn't worth it at all. It is a paperback worth about $4.95 @ Borders!

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