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Feb03
Autism and Illness: Our Last Frontier?

Autism and Illness: Our Last Frontier?

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As my autistic son grows and matures, his awareness and coping skills grow, too. But I’m still grappling with his awareness (or lack thereof) when he’s sick.

Feb02
Should a Babysitter Just Babysit or Do More?

Should a Babysitter Just Babysit or Do More?

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What is the role of the babysitter? Are they just there to care for children or should they be doing light household chores too?

Feb01
How to Gender-Neutral Parent in a Family of Bias

How to Gender-Neutral Parent in a Family of Bias

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A mom is very concerned about how her in-laws are subtly and overtly treating her toddler son vis-a-vis his female toddler cousin, which is dripping in gender-bias. She needs advice on how to handle this tricky family situation.

Jan29
Help! How Do I Handle These Disturbing Teenage Texts?

Help! How Do I Handle These Disturbing Teenage Texts?

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Did you ever check your teen’s texts and find yourself horrified by what their friends are saying? A reader wants to know if she’s overreacting.

Jan28
How to Immunize Your Kids From the Insanity of Election Year

How to Immunize Your Kids From the Insanity of Election Year

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How are we, as parents, supposed to keep our kids believing they should do the right thing when they see how rewarded the bad things are?

Jan26
How to Prep for College Without Losing Your Mind: a Year-by-Year Guide

How to Prep for College Without Losing Your Mind: a Year-by-Year Guide

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Tired of “expert” advice on readying your high schooler to get into a top college? Me, too. I like realism, and a non-stressed kid. Here’s my take.

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