Monday, February 12, 2007

Talking to Your Adult Children about Marriage

A writer friend sent along this request for interviews for an article she's writing:

With more and more adults delaying marriage, I would love to hear from parents about how they talk to adult children about marriage, commitment, and settling down. In the wake of changing social and cultural expectations, how has this dialogue changed since your parents talked to you? And if you're divorced yourself, how do you communicate with children about marriage, etc.? Are you worried about them never settling down? Or, are you relieved that they have more choices than ever?


If you've had these conversations and you're willing to be interviewed, email me and I'll pass along your contact information.

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