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Interdependent Generations — Post-Parenting the Grown Kids
Jane Adams Ph.D.
New study asks, When information is easy to come by costs us nothing, why do we avoid it? The answers may surprise you!
How good is the help when it's a phone call away?
What we don't tell our daughters about sex and why it's the most important thing to remember.
Can a little bit of entitlement help you think out of the box? New data suggests it spurs creative problem-solving.
Understanding estrangement between parents and grown kids from the first angry communication to the last slammed door.
Wonder why you and your grown kids can't get along? Here are 10 reasons, just in time for Thanksgiving dinner.
Young friends keep you young, smart, and in the know.
Dreading the holidays with your family? It may be wiser to avoid them, especially if you can suggest a less "loaded" alternative.
Can your kids be adults even if they're not wholly independent? And is that still a valid endpoint to maturity? Interdependence may be an idea whose time—and place—has come.
Do you feel excluded from your kids' married lives? Why that's a good thing and why it's about them, not you.
Facebook has upended the culture, disrupted the boundary between public and private, and changed how generations communicate with and relate to each other.
Senior romance can destabilize family relationships, especially when late-life re-partnering triggers loyalty conflicts and passive-aggressive behavior by grown kids.
Will they ever outgrow sibling rivalry? Before it's over your dead body, there's still something you can do to help them help you when you need it.
Jane Adams, Ph.D., is a social psychologist, writer and speaker. She is, the author of several books including I'm Still Your Mother, When Our Grown Kids Disappoint Us and Boundary Issues.