Users' questions

What are the rules for an underage household?

What are the rules for an underage household?

These are the rules that should always apply. For example, people don’t abuse people in this household. That doesn’t change at 18 or 19. That rule never changes. Also, no drugs and alcohol, especially if you’re underage. That doesn’t change at 18 or 19. That’s the rule. And no stealing and no lying.

How old is my daughter living at home?

My daughter is 20 years old living at home and working part time while attending college. I won’t let her and her new boyfriend (22 years old) hang out in her bedroom (bedroom is upstairs) because I know what a bad habit that can turn Into.

What are the rules for kids still living at home?

Kids are experts at manipulating their parents with guilt. I think parents should have two levels of rules with their older children who are still living at home: (1) core household rules that reflect your values, structure, and moral authority; and (2) rules specifically for older children in the household.

When are you not allowed to see your grandchildren?

You may be feeling shocked and angry If until recently you saw your grandchildren and then they were suddenly unreachable, you may be feeling really upset and angry. And even if there was a history of conflicts, you may still be shocked that the parents are willing to take such a drastic step.

My daughter is 20 years old living at home and working part time while attending college. I won’t let her and her new boyfriend (22 years old) hang out in her bedroom (bedroom is upstairs) because I know what a bad habit that can turn Into.

Can a child be an adult and still be a child?

There’s just no excuse for that. I really think once kids are adolescents and adults, their behavior patterns are very set. As a result, you need to know that adult children won’t take the time and trouble to learn new behavior patterns unless they’re forced to. 2.

These are the rules that should always apply. For example, people don’t abuse people in this household. That doesn’t change at 18 or 19. That rule never changes. Also, no drugs and alcohol, especially if you’re underage. That doesn’t change at 18 or 19. That’s the rule. And no stealing and no lying.

Is it OK to give your child unsolicited advice?

As a parent, you need to step back more and more as time goes by because your child is an adult. You can be helpful and check in, but it’s best not to give unsolicited advice. This doesn’t mean that you don’t hold your child accountable.