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Xyz: The New Rules Of Generational Warfare

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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.

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Paperback, 231 pages
Published 2005 by Random House Australia Pty Ltd
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I leaned back in the cushy chair with wide arms. I was wearing the head of a snow leopard. I have no children he told me, but the balmy Psychiatrist was nearly asleep and mumbling softly, intermittently, out of place in my razor slipped prepared speech. I unzipped my headpiece to listen better, y falling to one side, z to the other, and because it was hot in there with the tropical fish tank running. XYZ I heard him say, you have no rules about gender, it's just fluid. But just then I got arouse ...more
Pete Aldin
Fascinating. Brilliant resource for people working in helping professions which are cross generational. Also very helpful for parents to read too.

And as an Aussie, I appreciate someone writing about these matters in Australia.
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