“My first grandchild was born two days before Doubleday made an offer on my first book, Walking on Eggshells. Now, 13 years later, I have four grandchildren, and I’ve written four books. Unconditional Love is my new one. It’s about grandchildren and their parents.” Jane Isay began her career as a book editor, specializing in psychology, first at the Yale University Press, and then for thirty years in New York publishing houses. She has worked with psychologists from Anna Freud to Alice Miller and Mary Pipher. In 2004 she began a new career as a writer of books about family: Walking on Eggshells, Mom Still Likes You Best, Secrets and Lies, and now Unconditional Love. Each book, based on dozens of interviews, attempts to understand the emotions that lie behind the ordinary tensions of family life and to help readers find strategies and that may make family life a little easier.Read more Read less
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