Book Giveaway: Setting Boundaries With Your Adult Children

Setting Boundaries With Your Adult Children: Six Steps to Hope and Healing for Struggling ParentsI recently had the opportunity to interview Allison Bottke about her book, Setting Boundaries With Your Adult Children, and I have one extra book that I’m going to give away! It is my hope that this book will really help an enabling parent, one that is struggling with the stress of getting an adult child to take care of him or herself financially, and in any other way.

If you haven’t yet had the chance to read my interview with Allison, I recommend you do so, as she is a phenomenal author and she gave a great interview.

This book giveaway is for Allison Bottke’s book, Setting Boundaries With Your Adult Children: Six Steps to Hope and Healing for Struggling Parents. The winner will be chosen by random draw on Wednesday, May 14th and will be notified by email, along with the request for full name and U.S. only address of where to send the book.

If you are interested in entering the drawing for Allison’s book, please let me know by leaving a comment below, with the understanding that I will not spam you or use your information for anything other than this book giveaway.

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23 Responses to “Book Giveaway: Setting Boundaries With Your Adult Children”

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  1. Lin says:

    I want to thank all of you who entered this random drawing for this book. I wish I had a copy for each of you but I don’t.

    All the names were put into a large fish bowl and my daughter drew the name…..drum roll please…..

    Beth Z to be the winner of the book giveaway! Congratulations Beth! You will be receiving my email requesting your full name and address so I can send you this wonderful book.

    Within the original post on the subject of Setting Boundaries is a link for the rest of you to purchase the book if you’d like to. It’s a fabulous book with great information and tips of how to stop enabling, and I highly recommend reading this book. Thanks to all of you for participating.

  2. Terri says:

    I just got Allison’s book and I can’t put it down! I only regret that I did not have this when my children were younger. It should be required reading for ALL parents of pre-teens – while you still have time to correct all the parenting mistakes you make! I heard about the book from your website, so thank you so much for providing such helpful information.

  3. Lin says:

    Terri, I’m so glad you’re enjoying Allison’s book. It really is phenomenal information!