Monday, December 28, 2009

Live Webcast for Parents of Adult Children

*I am not being paid for this post - it is something in which I'm highly interested.*

I am watching, with increasing awe, the number of parents who are absolutely aching because of their adult children  who are "bleeding them dry."

Biblically, children are to grow up in the nurture and guidance of their parents. Then, as the parents age (and the children age too), those grown children "repay" their parents by honoring them and caring for their needs.

 We've lost much of that, do you not agree? Everywhere there are children who range anywhere from their twenties to even forty, fifty, or sixty- who refuse to grow up and take responsibility for their lives. They go back to their parents and try to be babies again, driving their poor parents to near insanity.

Setting Boundaries (Alison Botke) is offering a free webcast to parents and grandparents who want to get their lives back. They say, "Join us for answers to these questions and more. If you are a parent who keeps trying to pick up the pieces of your adult child's out-of-control life, this FREE Informational Webcast is for you. You are not alone in your struggles. The SANITY Support Group Network is an emerging network of parents who have discovered the freedom that is possible when you begin to set healthy boundaries with your adult children."

This webcast takes place on Thursday, January 7, 2010 from 7:00 to 7:30 p.m. (CST) You can register now and/or get more information if interested. 

1 comment:

More Than Conquerors said...

Hi Rita,

Thank God for seeing us through another year. Thank God that He is with us through all the changing scenes in life and we are More Than Conquerors through Him Who loved us!

Thanks your visits to my blog. I am so glad to meet you and many wonderful friends through Thankful Thursday. I have created a "More Than Conquerors Award" and I like to share with you. Please come over and receive it and feel free to pass it on to your friends who also are More Than Conquerors! Take care and Blessed New Year!

Warm Regards,
Nancie