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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A parent or caregiver must be observant and should contact appropriate help at the appropriate time. Monitor a child especially closely d...
These signs and symptoms may be seen with idiopathic scoliosis:The head may be off center and does not line up with the pelvis.One hip or...
I believe my wife's relationship with her son is too close. We got together when her son was 13 (hes now 18), from the start i thaught he...
JGF25 has been helping members get answers in the Parenting Young Adults Community for 4 years this month! Please thank her for her commi...
My 18 year old daughter recently graduated high school. She has a four hour a week job working in the church nursery, and even though she...
Hi everyone. I just got the shock of my life. I have three big kids aged 18, 21 & 23, the middle one is my daughter and the eldest is act...
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