1. “Filled with great tips, proven exercises, and powerful case studies, this book offers a welcome path to building a better relationship with your adult children.”

Francine Cournos: author of City of One: A Memoir, Professor of Clinical Psychiatry, Columbia University

2. “This book has all the ingredients to help parents be and feel more successful – gentle and clear guidance, realistic expectations about your adult child and your role as a parent, skills to help you communicate more effectively, and enticing ways to take better care of yourself. Berr’s expertise derives from decades of experience aa a psychotherapist and extensive research on the subject, all enriched by her own parenting journey. Her use of case studies and snippets from her own life provides clear examples that humanize the struggle, describe effective solutions and offer hope.”

Gail Compton, LMHC, CASAC

3. “Heidi Berr truly understands and appreciates the uniqueness of every individual. She brings warmth, deep expertise, and compassion to the struggles that parents face when the relationship with their adult children is not what they expected. As a Career and Leadership Coach, I see adults in their 20’s and 30’s trying to establish themselves in their careers and be their own person. This is often in conflict with what they believe to be their parent’s expectations. Berr helps readers understand the generational differences, as well as offering practical strategies for parents to develop positive relationships with their adult children. I highly recommend this book for any parent who is wishing for a healthy, mutually rewarding relationship with their adult child.”

Barbara Frankel, Career & Leadership Coach/Coaching Initiatives, LLC Contributing Author, “The Secret Sauce for Leading Transformational Change.”

4. "The nature of a parent-child relationship undergoes many changes as children progress from childhood, through the teen years, to hopefully become mature and independent adults. Relating to an adult child is very different from the way parents relate to children in their formative years. Often parents may fail to see their child accurately as an independent adult with many strengths. Fortunately, Heidi Berr has provided us with a kind of GPS for finding our way through this complicated landscape in her new book. Berr offers wisdom, real-life scenarios and personal anecdotes to help parents build and strengthen their relationships with their adult children. She also provides the reader with techniques to improve their own self care, so that they can deal with the many challenges inherent in interacting with adult children."

Rabbi Elliot Skiddell: Rabbi Emeritus of Central Synagogue- Beth Emeth, Rockville Centre, NY

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