Jane Adams Ph.D.
Writer,Coach & Social Psychologist.Jane Adams has been researching and reporting on how American families respond to social change for over three decades. A graduate of Smith College, she studied at the Seattle Psychoanalytic Association and the Washington (DC) Psychoanalytic Foundation and has published 13 books and over 100 essays, articles and columns in national magazines and newspapers including the New York Times.
Do you ever feel like you had a very normal relationship with your children, but when they became adults, estrangement happened?
Wonder why they’re not coming home for the holidays? Upset because they never return your letters, calls, or texts? Are the kids you always wanted to be your friends not only decidedly unfriendly but also still upset because of something you don’t even remember?
New research describes how they cut the ties that bind.
Prolonged eye contact may also initiate changes in the relationship between people who were formerly close.