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Carrer d'Ali Bei, 71

08013 Barcelona

Spain

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Tel:+34 691 945 404

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coach@sharlenehalbert.com

STRUGGLING WITH YOUR YOUNG ADULT?

STRUGGLING WITH YOUR YOUNG ADULT?

Watching your teenager transform into a young adult is a beautiful moment, when they finally become responsible for themselves in all aspects of their lives

But with this often comes fears, and anxieties – will they find work, find the love of their lives, be able to navigate the challenges that being responsible for oneself entails?  And then there is the need to let go and allow them to make their own mistakes, whilst finding a new relationship with your partner or suddenly having more time for yourself…

LETTING GO CAN BE CHALLENGING - FOR THEM AND YOU

Many times, as parents, it is difficult to give up being a ‘parent’ at the same level as before. Alternatively, perhaps you have an adult child who is not ready to grow up...

Who am I now, if I am no longer the parent who is the most important person in my child’s life? How can I make sure they are safe, that they don’t have to make the same mistakes I did, or mistakes that are obvious to me from my experience?  How do I let go and allow them to have their own life?   How can I trust that they have what they need to be a successful adult, partner, parent?  What is my role now in their lives?  In my partner’s life, now that we don’t have the children to focus on?  What kind of grandparent will I be?

Or perhaps the issue is that your adult children don't want to grow up and move on.  How can you help them to move to their next level of maturity and life stage?

THERE IS A WAY

Supporting your adult child to move on to the next chapter in their life in a healthy way is crucial for all of you

I can help you develop a new relationship with your adult children and your partner that is fitting for this stage of life.  To assist you in deepening your connection with them whilst allowing them to move successfully from being dependent on you, to being successful in their own relationships with their partner and/or children.  To support you in finding a new way to live your life and find the things that help you feel valued, and important when your children are no longer there to fill that role in the same way.