When Will My Grown-Up Kid Grow Up?



It S The Parenting Guide For Parents Who Thought They No Longer Needed One For Parents Who Worry As Their 20 Something Kids Struggle To Grow Up Who Are Saving For Retirement But Now Have To Reopen The Bank Of Mom And Dad Who Look Forward To Downsizing But Have A Boomerang Child Living At Home Again.And It S The Parenting Guide That Says It S All Going To Be OK Just Step Back But Stay Connected, And Don T Forget To Take Care Of Yourself Kids May Be Taking Longer To Graduate From College, Start A Career, Marry, Have Children, But It S Natural Just As Scientists A Century Ago Discovered A New Phase In Life Called Adolescence, There S Now Another Developmental Stage, Emerging Adulthood According To Dr Jeffrey Arnett, The World S Leading Authority On Emerging Adults, And His Coauthor, Elizabeth Fishel, Author Of Sisters And Mother Of Two 20 Something Sons, The Time Spent In Emerging Adulthood Actually Helps Kids Become Happier, Healthier Grown Ups When Will My Grown Up Kid Grow Upcovers Every Aspect Of Life For An 18 To 29 Year Old, From That First Taste Of Independence At College To That Time At The End Of The 20s, When The Majority Of Kids Are Settling Down It Explains What Grown Children Are Going Through Intense Self Focus, Instability, A Feeling Of Being In Between Mixed With A Breathtaking Sense Of Possibilities And How Parents Should Deal With These Changes, From Six Ways To Listen Than You Talk, To Money 101 And Why Never To Use Money To Control Your Child S Life , To Troubleshooting Their Failure To Launch, To, Finally, The Dos And Don Ts Of Promoting A Successful Transition To Adulthood.Because Yes, They Really Will Grow Up.When Will My Grown-Up Kid Grow Up?

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  • Hardcover
  • 304 pages
  • When Will My Grown-Up Kid Grow Up?
  • Jeffrey Jensen Arnett
  • English
  • 18 August 2017
  • 0761162410

10 thoughts on “When Will My Grown-Up Kid Grow Up?

  1. says:

    I was expecting a whole lotfrom a book that compared itself to What to Expect in the First Year Sure it s nice to hear that these years are a time of flux and exploration and most people becomestable between 18 and 29, but I kindof already knew that I was looking for tips to help the kids get to thatstable point and ways to keep my self sane while they get there There was an interesting break out of phases of emerging adulthood which would have been a great magazine arti I was expecting a whole lotfrom a book that compared itself to What to Expect in the First Year Sure it s nice to hear that these years are a time of flux and exploration and most people becomestable between 18 and 29, but I kindof already knew that I was looking for tips to help the kids get to thatstable point and ways to keep my self sane while they get there There was an interesting break out of phases of emerging adulthood which would have been a great magazine article, not an entire book What to Expect covered a variety of health, developmental, and social issues with lots of random facts, advice, and resources for red flags The variety and depth and resources are missing from this book, which is basically a feel good book for helicopter parents hav...

  2. says:

    I won this book from Goodreads.I picked up that the author s have a different world view than I do and that colored most of my further reading.Will this book really help parents guide their kids I m not so sure It may help them better understand that young adults are facing different ...

  3. says:

    Disappointing Could have used a lotbrain science Seemed like mostly helicopter parents talking about how difficult it is to see their child struggling to get started as an adult.Not what I was hoping for.

  4. says:

    Reassured me to know that this is the new normal My favorite line from the book, If today s 20 somethings are likely to live to be at least 80 or 90 years old, why rush into adulthood at 18, 22 or even 25 But if you are looking for advice, you won t find it here This is not a self help book.

  5. says:

    I didn t like the way the information was presented To drawn out and not enough specifics.

  6. says:

    If you never want to speak to your kids again, buy this book This book has causedfights, tears and complications between my daughter and I then we had the first twenty years of her life Example Don t call your child let them call you first My daughter is 200 miles away and before this book we talked like she was still at home then came this book, OMG as the kids would say, mom, why don t you call me, have I done something wrong Why don t you ever talk about the boyfriend,0 don t If you never want to speak to your kids again, buy this book This book has causedfights, tears and complications between my daughter and I then we had the first twenty years of her life Example Don t call your child let them call you first My daughter is 200 miles away and before this book we talked like she was still at home then came this book, OMG as the kids would say, mom, why don t you call me, have I done something...

  7. says:

    Just skimmed this one Not much useful advice.

  8. says:

    An above average, upbeat book by a male female writing team, Jeffrey Arnett and Elizabeth Fishel Elizabeth Fishel has kids in their twenties, Jeffrey Arnett has thirteen year old twins and has studied emerging adults aged approximately 18 29 The authors describe the growing trend toward prolonging young adulthood and leaving homeyoung people in their late teens and early twenties living at home and being financially dependent on parents, taking longer to finish college, workingAn above average, upbeat book by a male female writing team, Jeffrey Arnett and Elizabeth Fishel Elizabeth Fishel has kids in their twenties, Jeffrey Arnett has thirteen year old twins and has studied emerging adults aged approximately 18 29 The authors describe the growing trend toward prolonging young adulthood and leaving homeyoung people in their late teens and early twenties living at home and being financially dependent on parents, taking longer to finish college, workingpart time and temporary jobs, and waiting later to marry and have children They point out that in many cultures and among working class, minority, and immigrant parents, t...

  9. says:

    I have watched with some dismay my 20 something kid and his friends as they seem to be way behind schedule from where I was at their age in getting their footing as adults This book sheds a great deal of light on how things are today.Today there is a new stage of development between childhood and adulthood, emerging adult In previous generations the transition to adulthood was marked by a few key events completing education, leaving home, and getting married Now emerging adults in their 20 s I have watched with some dismay my 20 something kid and his friends as they seem to be way behind schedule from where I was at their age in getting their footing as adults This book sheds a great deal of light on how things are today.Today there is a new stage of development between childhood and adulthood, emerging adult In previous generations the transition to adulthood was marked by a few key events completing education, leaving home, and getting married Now emerging adults in their 20 s go through stages of launching, exploring, and landing Reaching adul...

  10. says:

    I have two in the range of grown up kid, called emerging adults by one of the co authors, a university researcher with decades of experience There have been a few hiccups raising them, different for each, and as my youngest just graduated college and with my eldest still trying to find full time work I ve wondered what other parents have faced and done, successfully or otherwise I ve also wondered what the reality is for today s kids, so many decades past my own launch.This book has curren I have two in the range of grown up kid, called emerging adults by one of the co authors, a university researc...

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