Insightful and irreverent, one baby boomer helps Generation X parents to find humor in the family situations boomerang children have caused and continue to cause. These situations include frustration, exasperation, carpal tunnel, early menopause, flatulence, and Prozac-induced stupor.
Millions of responsible postparental Gen Xers are cowering in confusion and despair, wondering who left the door unlocked when their adult children return home.
The Crowded Nest Syndrome deals with how one baby boomer grandmother:
Coped in chaotic conditions of crowded proportions for years
Moved out of state only to be followed and invaded...again
Watched $250 in groceries disappear in less than 24 hours
Gave up vacations for entertaining/raising full-time grandchildren.
"I'm frightened, Auntie Em," said Dorothy. Shaputis is right with you, Dorothy, braced against her door, hiding from the frat-house madness of her own home after the invasion of adult children. Where's that dumb Toto when you need him?
A humorous, off-beat infomercial, The Crowded Nest Syndrome will help countless Gen X parents who woke up one morning wondering what happened to their peaceful preretirement years of easy living and forewarn those whose offspring are still too young to vote.
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Surviving the return of kids
This audiobook is a warm and funny story of one woman's struggle to cope when adult children returned home. From the confusing press of chaotic living conditions; to sacrificing her vacation to entertain and raise grandchildren; to the frustration of being denied space to breathe, The book is an engaging look at a very real balancing issue in today's hectic world by every parent whose adult children are wanting to come back home.
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- med c
No one warned me either!