Living with Momma offers personal narratives and sacred stories for caregivers searching for measurable peace as they navigate unexpected paths within 21st century families.
63 million 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 , Elizabeth Adams, an author and pastor, uses her life experiences, along with the wisdom found in open-ended questions, to show caregivers who are serious about establishing rewarding relationships with adult family members how they can enjoy their challenging, outdated living arrangements. She offers caregivers three questions to ask for immediate change and helps them find a safe space of hope and faith to protect themselves from caregiver fatigue.
|Publisher:||Morgan James Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x (d)|
About the Author
Elizabeth Adams, founder of The World Peace Project and the L.I.V.I.N.G. program, offers people paths to discover rewarding relationships with their families, neighbors, and faith communities. She is an ordained minister in the National Christian Churches of America and holds a master’s degree in theology from Columbia Theological Seminary and bachelor’s degrees in cultural anthropology, sociology, and religious studies from Agnes Scott College. Elizabeth and her husband live in Prospect, Kentucky.