When your kid is not quite an adult
As we grow as a country, generally each successive generation has it easier than the last. It used to be that people got married at 18 and started their own families, but now the age for full adulthood is often pushed out to ages 26-30. Parents and grandparents to those who are too old to be children, but not quite independent enough to be adults often face challenges in supporting these relationships.
How do you both help your children or grandchildren, yet not create an unhealthy dependency? We will share the skill-sets your emerging adults will need to be financially autonomous and how you can best support them.