Parents are just so fed up with their teens’ lack of everyday skills that they are getting together and trying something new. They're actually sending them to “adulting” classes. High school students from Kentucky are learning how to pay their bills, cook for themselves, change tires and interact with officers during traffic stops as part of an Adulting Conference being held at an area high school. Organizers say they created the event after parents expressed their issues with their millennial children on social media. They also say their kids are living with them longer and that's causing them to miss out on having to do things on their own. The Adulting Conference in Kentucky is just one of many similar workshops popping up around the US. All are geared at getting these millennials to learn the necessary skills of being an actual adult.