Should You Pay College Tuition for a Struggling Adult Child?

Should You Pay College Tuition for a Struggling Adult Child?

Whether these parents are also gyms but silent while trying to sweat off their anxieties, engaged in hobbies to distract themselves, out shopping to get a change of scenery, or toiling away in at their jobs to tentatively muster up funds for that next possible tuition payment, they are likely struggling as well.

Why Do So Many College Students Have Anxiety Disorders?

Why Do So Many College Students Have Anxiety Disorders?

The high cost of college reinforces a pattern of developmental delay that psychologist James Arnett (2000) has called “emerging adulthood.” At an age when earlier generations made their own decisions and exercised greater control over their lives, many college students remain, by their own admission, “kids,” relying on their parents to pay their bills, choose their majors, and even do their homework.