In an era of fivefold crisis: socio-economic, political, environmental, personal, spiritual and existential crises, people are philosophically and theologically impoverished. They are looking for answers and how will parents handle their children to promote social continuity, into such a closed world? This book offers useful insights into how parent and child relations can be improved and sustained, even where there are limited resources. The book is neatly woven with both experiential, practical and simple solutions that can help to handle what appears to be very difficult conditions that might lead to divergent views between a parent and a child. It is essentially important that parents utilise the rich information in the book to expand on their parenting skills.