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Is the parent or child responsible for keeping contact?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Matt B Aug 31, 2013. 11 Replies

Hello AOM!This is my first post to the forum. I'm a recent college graduate who doesn't live anywhere near my fambam.So everytime I call anybody in my family or my family gets nostalgic the first…Continue

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Matt B replied to Nick Stone's discussion Is the parent or child responsible for keeping contact?
"It's both your responsibility and your family's. I've found that it works better if I take the initiative and contact them because I know their usual schedule better than they know mine (a result of living together for 18…"
Aug 31, 2013
Rick Shelton replied to Nick Stone's discussion Is the parent or child responsible for keeping contact?
"Difficult to say.  I am the one that calls my father, he doesn't call me at all. However, my daughter (step) has a father who didn't call them for the longest time.  It hurt me that she had a father who didn't seem to care…"
Aug 19, 2013
Adrian Miranda replied to Nick Stone's discussion Is the parent or child responsible for keeping contact?
"Since you are asking for advice i would suspect a part of you feels as though you should call, call them, keep it short tell them you only have a little bit of time and just wanted to see how they are doing.  I do not feel it is one…"
Aug 19, 2013
Will replied to Nick Stone's discussion Is the parent or child responsible for keeping contact?
"if someone wants to talk to me, he can call me. i will not adhere to a schedule of calling him, unless there is some concrete reason he cannot or should not call."
Aug 16, 2013
TKM replied to Nick Stone's discussion Is the parent or child responsible for keeping contact?
"I'm kind of torn...In my opinion, the parents should make the first call to see how their offspring is doing out in the world, then it's up to the both the child and the parent to keep up contact if that's what they…"
Aug 16, 2013
Penelope replied to Nick Stone's discussion Is the parent or child responsible for keeping contact?
"My sisters and I have these issues. Having been out of the house for several years now, I understand it's a respect thing. Our parents don't want to interrupt the fun times we think we're having, and we get frustrated because their…"
Aug 16, 2013
Ben G. replied to Nick Stone's discussion Is the parent or child responsible for keeping contact?
"Good question, as I've run into this too, having gotten married and moved away within the past 5 years.   Who makes the first call depends on how much of a relationship you want to have. If you want to be more isolated and independant…"
Aug 16, 2013
Todd Serveto replied to Nick Stone's discussion Is the parent or child responsible for keeping contact?
"I think you should hold yourself to a reasonable schedule--say, every two weeks or so.  That way, you can honestly feel that you're doing your part.  Then, if they still say "you never call", you can legitimately say…"
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Is the parent or child responsible for keeping contact?

Hello AOM!This is my first post to the forum. I'm a recent college graduate who doesn't live anywhere near my fambam.So everytime I call anybody in my family or my family gets nostalgic the first thing I KNOW they are going to say is "Why don't you ever call me?!" This happens with my Mom even after a week of not talking to her, my grandmother, my stepdad, and even my grandfather asked me this on Facebook after not talking to me for 3 years.None of these people have ever called me that I can…See More
Aug 16, 2013
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