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There are so many children that are DAMAGED mentally, emotionally and physically that is brought on by adults actions. I am not talking about good families with decent and good upbrining....it can be at home, it can be by a Pastor or Political leader, school official or ANYONE that can violate or insult a child. This even goes for an absent parent that have anger issues....Is there an absolution or resolution...Let's chat
Young Adults Talk is Blessed to announce our New Show Mental Health Monday where we will talk about the seriousness of this problem in our home and communities. This topic is Serious as well as hurtful however we really need to have this conversation which we Pray will Enlighten you on this matter. Tune in every Monday 7pm at blogtalkradio.com/yatradio where Doctors and Professionals will get serious on educating us about this problem. Call in live with your Q&A 858-357-9137.
With even more Millennials and young people between the ages of 18 and 34 returning home to live with older parents, there are all kinds of issues that arise around expectations, assumptions and stages of life.
According to a recent Fortune Magazine article, the share of younger adults living at home has increased from 24% to 26% over the last 5 years, while the number of young adults living independently has decreased by two percentage points from 69% to 67%. (The Pew Research Center Study)
While there has always been a population of younger adults living with their parents, this has become more acute since 2008, leading to the term “boomerang kids.” (Financial Literacy Tips for Boomerang Kids)
There are three actionable tips that both younger adults—and their older adult parents—can do to make this situation less conflict prone:
• Discuss and establish expectations early
• Address issues on an adult-to-adult level, rather than on a child-to-adult level
• Focus on individual situations as they happen, rather than attaching them to a family history, or a shared set of experiences that may no longer be relevant
Jesan Sorrells is the principal conflict engagement consultant at Human Services Consulting and Training (HSCT) based in Endicott, NY.
HSCT focuses on delivering solutions in the area of conflict communication and leadership through coaching, workshops, trainings and seminars for higher education organizations, nonprofits, small businesses and individuals.
We here at Living in America Network know what it is to live in America. According to certain surveys, America is considered by far the most obese country in the world per capita. A very large portion of our citizens is considered obese according to the BMI scoring system. This fact also affects our children. Most children love fast food and will even pressure parents until the parents buy this fast food for them! Sarah Krug and I will be discussing this very issue. So, tune in or better yet call in at 1-347-677-1837
Come join us the first Tuesdday of each month as we explore together the many different gifts and abilities of these special children and adults. Have a better understanding of their importance in the world today and learn how we can help guide and support them throughout their lives.
Fatherlessness in the U.S. remains a prevalent issue as the number of children living apart from their biological fathers is estimated to be nearly 30 percent (or roughly one in three), according to 2011 Pew Research data.
The number of children living apart from their biological fathers has more than doubled over the last four decades amid a growing decline in nuclear families.
In 1960, 11 percent of children lived apart from their biological fathers as compared to 27 percent in 2010.
One Christian artist says he hopes his music will spark conversations about the growing problem and bring healing to families across the nation.
In August, acclaimed singer/songwriter Brian Nhira released his new single "Back Where You Belong" from his debut album Hope's Stand. The powerful track is described as an "anthem for the fatherless," and Nhira told The Christian Post about how a shopping trip to a local Walmart inspired the song.
"The song was inspired by an experience I had as a college student," Nhira, a graduate of Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, told CP. "I went to this Walmart (across the street from campus) and one of the things the Lord was highlighting in my mind was these mothers who were there shopping with their kids and struggling to look after their kids and shop at the same time. And so the question arose in my mind 'Where is the father?'"
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