Like every good driver, even good parents have blind spots.
Sometimes the most well-meaning of efforts to parent better than they were parented can gradually promote a disconnect that affects relations between parents and adult children.
It’s tragic that parents’ good intentions can lead to such surprising and disappointing results, in many cases.
In this two-episode series (Click here for Part 2), Tina explains the idea of “do-over” parenting, and how it can create unexpected trouble in the parent-child relationship.
(This topic is also available as an article: The Good Parent’s Biggest Blind Spot)
For information on how to repair the parent-adult child relationship, read Tina’s book, Reconnecting With Your Estranged Adult Child.
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