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Tom wants to have a one-on-one relationship with his older grandchildren . . .
Ricki and Ted’s daughter, Melissa, wants to go to a private, residential college halfway across the country...
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Ginny has tried everything to help Sam live within his means.
Family conflict at special events
Weddings and important events.
Jim lives within just one space, his bedroom, to call his own—yet he’s still paying half the rent of a shared house with his grown son.
Elise figured her job as a parent was done when her youngest child, Heather, turned 18 and went off to college.
Margaret went to visit her middle daughter, Suzanne, after she had just given birth to her first child. In the shared glow of the newborn baby, Margaret experienced a closeness
When Phil is asked about his relationship with his grown sons, Jasper and Bill, he responds, “We are very close.”
Frank continued giving his son, Dirk, an allowance even after Dirk got his first job.
Lila and George would like to recreate the family vacations they remembered so fondly when their children, Paul, Susan, and Richard, were small
Mary, who is divorced and lives alone, likes to hear the live voice of her daughter, Vivienne.
Charlene feels her daughter, Cara, is about to make the biggest mistake of her life by marrying Tim.
Miriam and Jack’s son, Peter, is married to a Jill, a woman who insults them and does not make them feel welcome in her home
Walter is a widower whose grown daughter, Dawn, and son-in-law, Mike, think they’re cheering him up by