Book: Getting to 30 — A Parent’s Guide to the 20-Something Years

The road to adulthood is longer than we think—and, for parents, bumpier. Getting to 30: A Parent’s Guide to the 20-Something Years addresses the new reality for parents of kids in their 20s and the issues that everyone is talking about. It explains what’s really happening to your 18- to 29-year-old, including the story behind your child’s moods. 
Getting to 30 discusses the phenomenon of the boomerang child—and why it’s actually a good thing, for parents and kids. The new landscape of 20-something romance. And it gives all the tools parents need to deal with the challenges, from six ways to listen more than you talk, to knowing when to open (and close) the Bank of Mom and Dad while saving for retirement, to figuring out the protocol for social media.

Getting to 30 includes the latest research on the optimistic and supportive attitude most parents have regarding their 20-something children.

Getting to 30: A Parent’s Guide to the 20-Something Years is available through Amazon and other national booksellers.

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