Understanding the motives that complicate our communication with our adult children
What do you do when your adult children don’t make the choices you wish they had? Get insight into how to trust God with your adult kids.
Holidays can be stressful when parents and their young adult children get together after living apart from one another. But with some pre-planning and intentional conversations, time together can be enjoyable and make great family memories for the future.
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.
We can’t change our adult children. But we can choose to keep communication open without compromising our convictions.
Adaptability is a big part of helping older children “leave the nest” well.
Navigating a role shift when adult children move back home
One family made an intentional choice about how they would respond to their adult daughter’s wild and immature behavior.
Step into a new area of relationship with your adult child
How can parents help adult children without enabling them?