October 2017 Non-Fiction Sourcebooks

We Don't Talk Anymore: Healing After Parents and Their Adult Children Become Estranged Kathy McCoy

Estrangement or semi-estrangement from an adult son or daughter can be a parent's worst nightmare. And estrangement can be equally painful for an adult child, who may see friends enjoying rewarding, fun relationships with their ageing parents and wonder where his or her family went wrong.

We Don't Talk Anymore addresses the increasingly common parent–adult child problem of estrangement with compassionate, practical insights focused on what both parents and adult children can do: how to break the silence, find new understanding and reconnection, or how to rebuild one's life while letting go of the dream of a close relationship with the family member.