I was sorry to see this question get such a frosty reception and quick closure. Parenting isn't just about sleepless nights, temper tantrums and how to get kids to eat.
I thought we had included grandparenting questions in the past, as well as parenting of adult children. Maybe because I'm an older parent with "fully adult children", I know that "parenting" never really ends, it just changes (a lot!) Maybe I would have liked this new user to get some kind of answer because I'm an older parent who has seen a number of adult kids become estranged from their parents. From my experience and reading, the parents usually don't know why their kids reject them, which has to be just horrible.
There has to be a line drawn somewhere, but to me, the question is still appropriate for this site, if for no other reason than that a significant percentage of our Western World readers will experience this themselves as older parents (it's surprisingly common and on the rise, and has to do with parenting...)
Was this question closed too quickly?