23 Mar – Issues of grown children, and the strain they have on parents in society are the focus for this morning's Forum@8. It's about the issues that generate tensions for parents and their adult children (adult sons and daughters, and their mothers and fathers). Parent-child relationship is thankfully, one of the most long-lasting and emotionally intense social ties. But why does it also include feelings of irritation, tension, and ambivalence, among others? We also take a look at ties that refuse to be broken. When is it the right time for a parent's offspring to move out? Sakina Kamwendo tries to find answers to these questions by speaking to Dr Hannetjie Edeling, a counselling psychologist in private practice who is also a member of Psychological Society of South Africa (PsySSA) and Icamagu Institute's, Dr Nokuzola Mndende.