Your child made it! They’re a teenager, and there probably hasn’t been too many disasters, and just because they’ve turned eighteen doesn’t mean they’re ready to move out of the house yet. They might turn out to be boomerang kids are kids who come back to their parents for help because they can’t get by as young adults as they lack skills, whatever those might be, financial, emotional, physical, and ask for support from their parents. Maybe it’s time for you to teach your child some life skills that they’ll need when they enter adulthood because hey, mom and dad can’t do everything for them forever, right?
1. Work skills
So your kid made it through high school and college. Don’t expect them to be able to keep a job just because of that. Keeping a job and staying in school are two very different things, and go very different ways. The real word is much harsher than the four confining walls of a classroom. A summer job or a part-time job during high school or college can help prepare your kid for career. Responsibilities at home such as chores can also help your teen prepare for the working world. More