COM, a woman who is so wise, I learned long ago, from a fantastic mother-in-law who never put in her two cents, not to tell my adult children what to do. Ever. No matter what I think of it. If asked, I will give my opinion, but I won't insist. Or argue. This has worked wonderfully now that I have grands. It is not our business what our now grown children do. It is the same with our easier kids than our harder ones.Just love them and accept them, and go on about YOUR business. That's what i tell myself and that is what I am trying to do.
She said (with fresh tears in her eyes) that when I said embarrassing it really upset her she guesses because once her father called her an embarrassment.
Just love them and accept them, and go on about YOUR business.