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Hey Shannon! Relationship Question for August 9, 2013

"My daughter is going into her junior year of college. She attends a state school three hours away from home. I am very concerned, her grades have not been the best. She is currently on academic probation and is facing suspension if her grades do not improve. Her father and I asked her to take school more seriously but she seems content partying. When we threatened making her come home she threatened to drop out for good. How do I get my 'adult' daughter to start acting like an adult?"
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Today's question:

"My daughter is going into her junior year of college. She attends a state school three hours away from home. I am very concerned, her grades have not been the best. She is currently on academic probation and is facing suspension if her grades do not improve. Her father and I asked her to take school more seriously but she seems content partying. When we threatened making her come home she threatened to drop out for good. How do I get my 'adult' daughter to start acting like an adult?"

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Send an email to Shannon at sfox@kolr10.com if you have a question, or if you'd like to come on the show to discuss your situation.
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