DEAR DR. GRAHAM: I don’t know what we did to be such bad parents. Our son (who’s 26) is constantly getting into trouble — writing bad checks, not paying his bills, etc. He always says he’ll change if we’ll just bail him out one more time, but he never does. Where did we go wrong? — Mrs. T.F.
DEAR MRS. T.F.: Your son alone is responsible for his actions; he can’t blame you for what he does, nor should you blame yourself or feel guilty because of his failures. Job declared, “If it is true that I have gone astray, my error remains my concern alone” (Job 19:4).
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