Understanding the problem from God's point of view:
Eze. 36:26-27 ; Phil. 1:6 , 2:13 -Only God can change people, so you are not and cannot be responsible for changing them. You are accountable to God solely for your own deeds, and to do your part in living at peace with others.
Phil. 1:6 , Jude 24-25 -The believer has absolute confidence in the work of salvation or redemption which God has begun in his life. He has confidence through the Presence of God's Spirit Who dwells within him. Accordingly, the Spirit of Christ within the believer enables him to fulfill his role and function.
Phil. 2:13 ; 1 Jn. 2:27 -God arouses, stirs and energizes the heart of the believer to do God 's will. God is working within us-energizing us-giving us both the will and power to do what pleases Him. God does not leave us alone to work out our salvation and deliverance.
Rom. 5:3-5 ; 2 Cor. 4:7-18 ; Lu. 22:23 -Do not be surprised at trials, even if they seem fiery; instead, rejoice in them because God uses them to develop Christlike maturity in our lives. If you should endure suffering for the sake of righteousness, you are blessed by the Lord.
Jn. 7:24 ; Rom. 14:1-13 -Do not judge others by your own standards, perspective, or experience. You will be judged in the very same way you judge them.
Ps. 19:7-11 ; Prov. 30:5-6 , Heb. 4:12 -Whether a parent or child, God's word is to be your only authority for faith and conduct and is to be the only legitimate standard by which you are to be evaluated. You are to rely on no other source, since God's word provides hope and gives direction for change in all areas of life(thoughts, words, actions).
2 Pet. 1:3-4
-As a parent, you are to determine biblical responsibilities
and tasks that will lead you and your family to discipline yourselves
toward godliness resulting in glory to God.