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'When Parents Hurt': Josh Coleman, Ph.D.

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"When Parents Hurt: Compassionate Strategies When You and Your Grown Child Don't Get Along." JOSH COLEMAN. Parenting and relationship expert Coleman points out that one can be a devoted parent and still have things run amok. Parents who have made mistakes and those who haven't can both be involved in a hurtful relationship with an older child; Coleman's focus is on helping the parent cope and carry on. Coleman provides strategies for managing the guilt and regret that can arise in parents as children grow into teens and young adults. He advises parents to take responsibility for their past actions, to make amends, to forgive both themselves and their children, and to move guilt and shame to the background and gratitude to the foreground.

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