Living with Momma
A Good Person's Guide to Caring for Aging Parents, Adult Children, and Ourselves
Elizabeth B. Adams, Rosemary Daniell
Comfort for caregivers who need care themselves.
Millions of Americans are caring for aging parents and grown children at the same time, and they often find themselves wondering, How is it possible to care for our families and ourselves at the same time? In Living with Momma, pastor Elizabeth B. Adams draws on her own life experiences to show caregivers who are serious about establishing rewarding relationships with adult family members how they can enjoy their challenging living arrangements.
She also offers a practical tool: three questions for caregivers to ask for immediate change—to help them find a safe space of hope and faith, and protect themselves from caregiver fatigue.