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Losing Your Parents, Finding Your Self: The Defining Turning Point of Adult Life
Victoria Secunda (au). When we lose a parent in our adulthood, we are expected to take it in stride, relatively unchanged by the experience. But to lose one’s parents in adulthood is to find oneself at a crossroads that has a profound effect on one’s life, relationships, & choices. Indeed, it is the defining turning point of adult life after which nothing is ever the same. This book examines what happens to grown men & women when they are on their own in ways they have never been before, such as: How are one’s attachments to others altered by the experience? How does one’s behavior & decisionmaking change? How does the loss of a parent affect feelings among siblings? What does it mean to be existentially “alone” -- at the top of the generational ladder?
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