Michele Howe

Michele Howe is a reviewer for Publishers Weekly, FaithfulReader.com, Foreword Magazine and numerous other publications. She has published more than 2500 reviews and articles and has been featured on numerous radio programs across the country, speaking on topics like parenting and women’s health issues. Michele has authored 17 books for women including Going It Alone, Pilgrim Prayers for Single Mothers and Successful Single Moms. Learn more about Michele by visiting her blog.

Focus on the Family Broadcast

Preparing to Care for Aging Loved Ones (Part 2 of 2)

As they discuss their personal journeys in caring for aging family members, Michele Howe and Lisa Anderson offer insights on many aspects of caregiving, including the difficulties of role-reversal in caring for an aging parent, differing expectations among siblings, the impact on marriage and the single person, the importance of community, and more. (Part 2 of 2)

Focus on the Family Broadcast

Preparing to Care for Aging Loved Ones (Part 1 of 2)

As they discuss their personal journeys in caring for aging family members, Michele Howe and Lisa Anderson offer insights on many aspects of caregiving, including the difficulties of role-reversal in caring for an aging parent, differing expectations among siblings, the impact on marriage and the single person, the importance of community, and more. (Part 1 of 2)

Focus on the Family Broadcast

Putting the Grand in Grandparenting

Michele Howe describes how grandparents can develop a thriving relationship with their adult children and grandkids in a discussion based on her book There’s a Reason They Call It GRANDparenting.

Helping an Adult Child Grow Up

One family made an intentional choice about how they would respond to their adult daughter’s wild and immature behavior.

Your New Roles With an Empty Nest

Author Michele Howe discusses the transition parents have to make to establish a new identity and parenting role when their children leave home.

An Empty Nest and a Full Marriage

With every major life change, couples have to re-invent their relationship. The empty-nest season can usher in emotionally charged situations and major lifestyle adjustments.