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Relationsnip
Is There Life After Your Adult Child Rejects You?
by Keli Rugenstein View author's profile page

Overview


Has your adult child severely limited or maybe totally cutoff all contact with you? Are you getting well intentioned suggestions from others about how to repair the relationship? Have people implied that it must be your fault? This process is called estrangement and you need to know that you are not alone. There is a path forward in the midst of your bewilderment. This book will share the common experiences among Parents of Estranged Adult Kids (PEAK™), the stages of estrangement, the impact it has on your health and well being, and many other elements of estrangement. It also outlines a journey that promotes healing for your spirit, your body, and your mind but leaves hope intact. Most importantly, this journey also prepares you for the day your child is ready to consider reconciliation.

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Are you hoping for reconciliation with your adult child? Have you been vacillating between estrangement and reunification? The pain of being rejected by your adult child is incomparable, and this loss can trigger symptoms of PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder). Begin to recover from estranged family relationships with "Relationsnip." This book outlines a journey that promotes healing for your spirit, body, and mind while leaving room for hope amid estrangement. Most importantly, this journey also prepares you for the day your child is ready to consider reconciliation.
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About the author


Dr. Keli Rugenstein is a psychotherapist and marriage and family therapist who has been working with families for over twenty years. She is the executive director of Eastern Door Counseling Center and the co-director of PEAK, Parents of Estranged Adult Kids. Dr. Rugenstein's work with families has included parents, children, and siblings who have been estranged.
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Book details

Genre:FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS

Subgenre:Family Relationships

Language:English

Pages:182

Format:Paperback

Paperback ISBN:9798218003517


Overview


Has your adult child severely limited or maybe totally cutoff all contact with you? Are you getting well intentioned suggestions from others about how to repair the relationship? Have people implied that it must be your fault? This process is called estrangement and you need to know that you are not alone. There is a path forward in the midst of your bewilderment. This book will share the common experiences among Parents of Estranged Adult Kids (PEAK™), the stages of estrangement, the impact it has on your health and well being, and many other elements of estrangement. It also outlines a journey that promotes healing for your spirit, your body, and your mind but leaves hope intact. Most importantly, this journey also prepares you for the day your child is ready to consider reconciliation.

Read more

Description


Are you hoping for reconciliation with your adult child? Have you been vacillating between estrangement and reunification? The pain of being rejected by your adult child is incomparable, and this loss can trigger symptoms of PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder). Begin to recover from estranged family relationships with "Relationsnip." This book outlines a journey that promotes healing for your spirit, body, and mind while leaving room for hope amid estrangement. Most importantly, this journey also prepares you for the day your child is ready to consider reconciliation.

Read more

About the author


Dr. Keli Rugenstein is a psychotherapist and marriage and family therapist who has been working with families for over twenty years. She is the executive director of Eastern Door Counseling Center and the co-director of PEAK, Parents of Estranged Adult Kids. Dr. Rugenstein's work with families has included parents, children, and siblings who have been estranged.
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