True stories (names changed) and the authors'; lived experiences illustrate how seniors and their adult children can peacefully navigate the rapids of role-changing, sibling rivalry, necessary conversations, loss, forgiveness, and more.
Love's Way is a map through and around the pain of changing circumstances. Families will turn to it again and again for practical solutions, information, and hope in responding to the challenges of aging.
Carolyn Miller Parr is a retired judge, elder mediator, and family caregiver. She helped found Festival Church, Joseph's House, and the Servant Leadership School and volunteered at Family Place.
Sig Cohen is a former foreign service officer and nonprofit organizer. He walks alongside abused and neglected children and returning citizens, and founded a worshiping Jewish community on Capitol Hill.