When kids grow up?
How do you let go? Have you reached that point in your life being a parent what advise do you have in dealing with grown kids?
When the kids are sensible enough to know what is right and wrong, how to make decisions and discuss over problems instead of yelling or keeping quiet. Sometimes, even kids who are reaching the adult age are still immature. Hence parents can't let go.
A parent never lets go completely. No matter how old our children we will always worry and be concerned and hope for the best in our children's lives. I am 53, the oldest is 63, the youngest is 44, our parents are in their 80's and worry about all of us.
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