XYZ the New Rules of Generational Warfare
The rules for living in families and raising children have changed dramatically in the last decade. Families are shrinking, parents are having children later in life and adolescence now stretches for twenty years and young people just don't leave home. In fact, such are the generational changes that some parents now leave home before their kids.
To understand children and parents today it is essential to look at the context in which we live. Michael helps readers understand how each generation thinks and functions and presents ideas to help us live with each other in imperfect harmony. He takes a look at the challenges of raising Gen X families - small families - and provides a new parenting model for raising 21st century kids.