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Parenting Young Adults (18-26) Community

This patient support community is for discussions relating to the challenges of parenting young adults (age 18-26), including physical, emotional, and cognitive development, handling peer pressure, activities & sports, living away at college, and relationships.
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Sorry this is going to be long but I'm so frustrated and just don't know what to do. History: So my youngest son has always been immat...
I have been raising my twin niece and nephew since they were 14, they will be 18 in a few days. My nephew was very excited to drive, he g...
My gf has two children 20 (male) & 18 (female) years old and i have a 13 year old daughter. My question is about the 20 year old who live...
So my boyfriend has a 7 year old daughter, his daughter's mom doesn't let him see his kid, he is trying to get custody of her or at least...
My son just turned 21, he lives at home, does pizza delivery. He was diagnosed with server ADHD in Highschool but he didn't like the medi...
My daughter is 20 years old. She ran away from home at 16 to live with her dad to avoid being held accountable (Quick background: she wa...
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