Celebrating the holidays with clear communication and healthy boundaries with your young adults will make your time together more memorable and enjoyable.
Dr. John Townsend offers parents guidance and encouragement for resolving a strained relationship with their adult children. (Part 2 of 2)
Dr. John Townsend offers parents guidance and encouragement for resolving a strained relationship with their adult children. (Part 1 of 2)
Sometimes the best way to celebrate Thanksgiving isn’t the traditional way. Learn how to let go our your holiday expectations
We no longer get to make the “right” decision for our adult children. But we can keep our expectations from planting seeds of bitterness that may eventually overflow into our relationship with them.
You can move forward after a rift with your adult children by learning new ways to build trust and respect between you and your child.
We can’t sacrifice the future that God has for our kids because of our own fears and insecurities. There is a middle, a balance, and a transition. Here are some ways to help your teenager successfully transition into adulthood.
If you’re experiencing the loss of a prodigal son or daughter who isn’t currently in touch with you, you probably feel helpless. Here are some ways to understand a prodigal child and find hope if you have a prodigal child.
How much control does, or should, a parent have over an adult child?
Discussing boundaries and limits with your adult children will contribute to the good health of your relationship and minimize conflicts in the home.