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Hey Shannon! Relationship Question for December 3, 2013

"Hey Shannon, I am an adult who does not live at home and haven't for quite some time. My parents however feel it is necessary to constantly buy me things that I do not need. I have told them time and time again to spend the money on themselves, and that I do not need these gifts all the time. I don't want to seem ungrateful, but I also know how to provide for myself. How can I get them to stop spending their money on me and instead do something for themselves?"
Can't work out a problem? We all need help juggling relationship choices.


Join Shannon Fox, a licensed family therapist, each day on Ozarks Live! Each show, airing at 4 p.m. on KOLR10, has a problem to solve and Shannon gives realistic, immediate solutions to life's most challenging interpersonal dilemmas.


Today's question:


"Hey Shannon, I am an adult who does not live at home and haven't for quite some time. My parents however feel it is necessary to constantly buy me things that I do not need. I have told them time and time again to spend the money on themselves, and that I do not need these gifts all the time. I don't want to seem ungrateful, but I also know how to provide for myself. How can I get them to stop spending their money on me and instead do something for themselves?"


Join the discussion on our Facebook page each day, and tune in at 4 p.m. to hear Shannon's advice, which will be posted online after the show.


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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