Carving out time to listen our son’s vision for his life

We spend hours together every day and, yet, how much do we know about how our 22-year-old son thinks about his life and what he wants for his future?

After more than two decades of parenting, have the lines blurred between what we want for our son and what he wants for himself? Are we ready to wholeheartedly support his vision?

These are the questions I have been asking myself — and the reason I asked the PA Family Network to offer a local workshop on LifeCourse tools.

The PA Family Network is the go-to for information about this person-centered process. Melissa Morgan, the Southwest Coordinator for PA Family Network, will present the workshop on Wed., Nov. 15, 5:30 to 7:30 pm, at East Liberty Carnegie Library, 130 N. Whitfield St. (15206).

Here’s the info:

Nov 15 Carnegie Library

 

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