Summary: Psych experts on parents kicking kids out the door financially

  • Name: Gina Roberts-Grey National publication/news site
  • Category: General
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Media Outlet: National publication/news site
  • Deadline: 2:00 AM EST – 8 September

Query: For a major news and finance site, I’m writing an article on how to kick your kids out the door financially, and need experts to weigh in on how to do it without affecting their mental health. With things like family cellphone plans, streaming services, and health insurance, it’s harder than ever for parents to get free of paying for everyday expenses for their adult children.

  1. Is there an age or event (college graduation?) at which it is best to do so?
  2. What phrases can parents use to do this without harming their relationship with their kids?
  3. What strategies are there to have these tough conversations and ways to kick your adult kids out the financial door?
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