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Apr28
How (Not To) Family Vacation

How (Not To) Family Vacation

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Family vacations are supposed to be idyllic and build precious memories, but at what point is it more stress than it’s worth?

Apr21
Mother/Daughter Communication By Any Other Name

Mother/Daughter Communication By Any Other Name

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Talking with my teen daughter can be fraught, so I’m taking the back door on communication whenever I can. Every little bit is a win.

Apr15
When “Sick” Isn’t Straightforward

When “Sick” Isn’t Straightforward

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I’m busy teaching my special-needs teens the things they’ll need to know when they’re off at college, but how do I teach them to recognize when they’re sick?

Apr07
The Dance Of Disclosure

The Dance Of Disclosure

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To disclose or not to disclose: that’s the question when you’re dealing with special needs and increasing independence. My teens are figuring it out.

Mar25
Lesson Learned: All Apologies

Lesson Learned: All Apologies

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One of my teens learned a hard lesson about not always getting the apology you deserve, and I realized I have a long way to go in this area, too.

Mar20
Is Tween the New Toddler?

Is Tween the New Toddler?

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The preteen years can come with a roller coaster of emotions. I’m learning how to handle my unpredictable child and find the sweet moments too.

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