Life as a Mother-in Law
Reviewed By: Melinda Cianos
Contained in each chapter are the true accounts of practiced relationship approaches; models that are healthy and work well, and those that have had tragic results. Slaughter and Kubelin point out constructive and destructive behaviors, so learning will occur and healing is possible. The pain that comes from broken familial ties—when communication is severed—produces alienation and isolation and is certainly worth every effort to avoid. Life as a Mother-in-Law explains with compassion, how to make the most of changing relationships and how to employ the crucial act of letting go.