TITLE

Q&A: Tips on being a parent to adult children

AUTHOR(S)
Jacobs, Mary
PUB. DATE
April 2012
SOURCE
United Methodist Reporter;4/13/2012, Vol. 158 Issue 50, p4B
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Interview
ABSTRACT
An interview with Reverend Ronald J. Greer, director of the Pastoral United Methodist Church in Atlanta, Georgia is presented. He discusses the role of parents towards their adult children under his book "Now That They Are Grown: Successfully Parenting Your Adult Children." Greer explains the change of relationship among parents and their adult children and the transition when the child marries. He also comments on common mistakes of parents towards the transitions of their children.
ACCESSION #
86410277

 

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