-Stop dreading the next visit home. -Make changes in discouraging family patterns. -Learn new ways to relate to the people you've known all your life. -Maximize the positives in family visits. -Establish your own memory-making traditions.
Anne F. Grizzle
About Anne F. Grizzle
Anne Grizzle, LMSW-ACP, is a psychotherapist in private practice in Houston, Texas. A graduate of Harvard College and Columbia University, she is a popular workshop leader and consultant. As author of Mothers Who Love Too Much, she appeared on numerous radio and television shows, including Oprah, Straight Talk, and Donahue. She is also chair of the board of Amistad, a Bolivian mission to the poor that will receive her proceeds from this book.