I stay in touch with my adult children

I stay in touch with my adult children

I love my adult children as much today as I did when they were adorable little newborns.

I do my best to remain connected to my adult children even though they are living on their own now because my children are still important. I travel as far and as often as I can to see them.

Regardless of the distance between us, I am determined to be present in the lives of my adult children.

I mail letters, cards, and goodies to them, making sure always to include a self-addressed stamped envelope to encourage them to write back.

I establish weekly phone dates with my adult children – a special time I have carved out in my schedule just for them.
Senior male talking on phone
Current technology makes it easy for me to stay in touch with my children. Not only can I call them over the phone and hear their voices, but with the use of a web camera, I can also see the faces of my children as we speak. I invest in all the technological tools that facilitate a close relationship.

Today, I choose to value my adult children enough to initiate contact with them. As I reach out in love, our relationship strengthens.

Self-Reflection Questions

  1. What obstacles prevent me from interacting with my adult children? How can I overcome them?
  2. When is a good time to establish a weekly phone date with my kids?
  3. How does a phone call, email, or letter communicate love to my children?
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