Do you have adult children living at home? If so, youâ€™re not alone.
In BC about 45 % of 20-to 29-year-olds still live with their parents.
So, how should you negotiate this relationship?
Noted psychologist, parent coach and best-selling author JANE ADAMS will be in Vancouver for a special FREE seminar (followed by a question and answer session) for parents with live-in adult children:
PARENTING YOUR GROWN-UP CHILD
Tuesday April 19, 2011 at 7:00 pm
Cedar Room at VanDusen Botanical Garden
5251 Oak Street, Vancouver
Jane will help you understand your â€˜emerging adultsâ€™ and create a new relationship with them – one that keeps you close emotionally but lets them take responsibility for their lives.
(Note: This presentation will form part of a Dreamfilm Productions documentary for CBC Televisionâ€™s Doc Zone, and will therefore be filmed. Each family participating will receive a DVD of the documentary after it has aired.)
Jane Adams is a talented communicator, and an expert in dealing with grown children, managing personal, professional and family boundaries and coping with change. She is the author of eleven books including Boundary Issues and Iâ€™m Still Your Mother: How to Get Along with Your Grown-Up Children for the Rest of Your Life. A frequent media commentator, she has appeared on every major radio and television program in the US, including The Today Show and Oprah. Jane lives in Seattle, Washington. www.janeadams.com
Seating is limited, so REGISTER TODAY for this free seminar by sending an email to Caroline at firstname.lastname@example.org