This is a tough question because like most moral questions, there are nuances to it. For those familiar with AA and Al-Anon, the idea of rescuing a loved one is front and center. IF your loved one is an adult the general thinking is that rescuing = enabling. However, when do we stop “rescuing” our children? When do they begin to “own” their own actions? Of course I do not mean life and death situations, but forgetting to do homework? Do YOU do it for them?
First air date: Thursday, September 29, 2011
Wayne Levine (BetterMen.org) for “The Men’s Room”
Pastor Drew Sams (We Will Sing a New Song) for “Teen Rap”
Jim Scheinberg (North Pier Fiduciary Management) for “Family Financial Matters.”
This show is about “Religion, Values, and Our Kids.”