Successful communication is critical to developing satisfying relationships with our adult children. Yet we often feel as if we need to walk on eggshells in order to maintain those relationships. Perhaps our need to be "connected" to them seems to be at odds with their need to be "free and independent"? Or perhaps we unknowingly continue communicating in the same parent-child fashion and contribute to a potential rift in our relationship? In this course, participants will increase their awareness of the factors involved in improving communications and relationships with adult children. Previous parenting styles, communication styles, and learning styles are only a few of the variables that affect outcomes in parent-adult children communications. Having completed the course Good Conversations, Good Relationships is helpful but not required. | Active participation.