Three Women, Three Generations, One Roof

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 (Jessica Raimi/KatieHafner.com)

When Katie Hafner's 77-year-old mother moved in, the San Francisco author suddenly found herself living with her ailing mother and her teenage daughter. In her memoir "Mother Daughter Me," Hafner talks about navigating her new relationship with her mother, who was a recovering alcoholic and whom Hafner barely knew growing up. What happens when you reopen childhood wounds while trying to balance three generations under one roof?

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Katie Hafner, journalist and author of "Mother Daughter Me"

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