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It is our Goal to provide Resources to Assist Parents and their Adult Children and their relationships to emanate their loving selves.

I asked friends on social media for a word to best describe this rebel picture of Jeffrey (on the left) and a dear friend said "Emanate." Emanation is now the theme for this site.

  Today Jeffrey, as he was as my birth-son here on Earth, remains a loving guide and a spirit friend.  

Jeffrey "emanated" a particular energy that left an impression on others and I believe this energy is our spark. I believe that Jeffrey would like to offer resources for Parents and Adult Children to better communicate and understand each others concerns.

Welcome to Jeff's Emanation and Son Salutation!

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 To Serve Parents and  Adult Children with up to date resources designed to assist emanate healthy relationships between Parents and Adult Children.

Our resources are gathered by parents, adult children, journalists, trained research associates and agents.

e navigate a search for current information that holds weight, humor and relevance to Parents and Adult Children looking to discuss and better communicate their needs.

This commitment is to assist PARENTS  and ADULT CHILDREN with topics that will bring clarity to the sometimes "cloudy" issues we experience as we grow old together. 

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Jeff Emanating at 26 years old


EMANATE = Something which originates or issues from a source.

"Here at Jeff's Site we encourage personal Emanation via apps, social networking and linkages.

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Jeffrey was thirteen years old when we separated and he was deeply saddened by the break up. We loved him and he attested a love for us while he weathered his teenage years and entered into his twenties. He was a wonderful and respected young man, he loved, worked and played hard. 

Our son Jeffrey John Palermo (12/7/88-12/4/2015) died unexpectedly one morning fourteen years after his parents separated. He was 26 years old and the mission of this website is inspired by his life and our role as parents.

The Resource links are selected based on professional and personal experience. 

May our website provide solutions - prevention and support - beyond good intentions and based on Compassion in Action.  

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