In this two-part series, etiquette civility master Rosalinda Randall tackles one of life's most trying times-when college students return home. Based on real experiences, Rosalinda's effortless, yet consequential, tips can turn this potentially tumultuous time into a mellow and joyful experience for both parents and young adults!For Parents: Part I outlines potential situations when qJuniorq returns home and how to deal with reintegrating him or her back into their daily lives with minimal stress, frustration, and worry. With practical advice like, qTry not to go crazy if they forget to call or arrive late (they aren't used to checking in with anyone every 27 minutes)q to tips for tactful TLC, qAvoid lectures. Discuss. Toss out the hot topic and see where it goes, q Randall uses tenderness and humor to overcome the shock of their arrival and new sense of independence.For qJunior:q Part II shares common courtesies and behaviors young adults can consider upon returning home. With tips like qNo, you should never say that you wish you were somewhere else (even if it's true!), q to gentle reminders, such as, qYes, you do have to adhere to the 'house rules' (it's not your dorm room), q this guide helps young adults leave the dorm life behind and integrate back into their family and home with minimal drama and trauma.In this two-part series, etiquette civility master Rosalinda Randall tackles one of lifea#39;s most trying times-when college students return home.
|Title||:||When 'Junior' Comes Home from College|
|Author||:||Rosalinda Randall, Tiffany Sheely|