More and more people over age sixty-five are remarrying each year, and few families are prepared for the avalanche of feelings that comes when adult children learn that a parent is getting remarried. Psychiatrist Grace Gabe and award winning author Jean Lipman-Blumen provide a practical guide with advice and understanding for every family facing this increasingly common, complex situation. Using case studies from a variety of perspectives, chapters address concerns frequently faced, including:
* Who Should Inherit My Property? Managing Financial Conflict Between the Generations
* Health and Illness: Thank Heaven the Caretaker Is On Duty
*The Grandchildren: Innocent Pawns (or Occasional Bridges) in Stepfamily Conflicts
Written for both the couple getting married as well as their adult children, Step Wars is the only book in the market that focuses on the blending of adult families.
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Grace Gabe, M.D. is a neurologist and psychiatrist who has treated stepfamilies for over twenty years. She lives in Santa Monica, California.
Jean Lipman-Blumen, Ph.D. is a professor at Claremont Graduate University in California. She is the co-author of the award-winning Hot Groups.
"Every parent in a blended family can use some help in navigating this tricky emotional terrain. Grace Gabe and Jean Lipman-Blumen are those trustworthy guides anyone needs to make a step-family work; Step Wars is an essential guide, a pragmatic tool, and an invaluable resource."
--Daniel Goleman, author of Emotional Intelligence
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