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May19
Blind Spots

Blind Spots

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Teaching my teen to drive continues to be challenging, but perhaps less because of the driving itself and more because I’m still learning how to help her.

May07
Tuning Into Your Kids’ Taste in Music

Tuning Into Your Kids’ Taste in Music

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But that’s how I feel about my kids. I really don’t care if they like my music. They spent years listening to me play Aretha, Luther Vandross, The Rolling Stones, etc. and if they one day said, “Hey, Mom? Can you put on that one AC/DC song?”, that’d be great. But I certainly don’t expect it. Just like they don’t expect me to say, “Hey, kids? Can you put on that one Tyler, The Creator song?”

May06
Laundry Cheat Sheet for Your College-Bound Graduate

Laundry Cheat Sheet for Your College-Bound Graduate

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Getting your college-bound graduate ready to live independently? Step one is making sure he has his college dorm room set-up to live comfortably. Step two is making sure your he knows how to keep his linens and clothes clean so that you don’t have a piles of laundry to tackle when he visits home. We have you covered on both fronts.

May05
Helping Your Student Manage Year-End School Stress

Helping Your Student Manage Year-End School Stress

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As we near the end of my autistic son’s first full-time year back in public school, the stress is wearing him down, but really, he’s doing great.

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.

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