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Parenting
Dec18
Harassment vs. Helicoptering

Harassment vs. Helicoptering

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A reader asks if she should stop in when her middle schooler is being harassed, or if it’s too much. I have soap box for this one.

Dec16
It’s a Miracle Any Of Them Live To Adulthood

It’s a Miracle Any Of Them Live To Adulthood

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We’ve all missed an illness or worse-than-we-realized injury in our little kids, but does it stop happening when they get older? Not exactly. At least we’re not alone.

Dec09
Tell Me How To Feel About: THE LEASH

Tell Me How To Feel About: THE LEASH

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Kids on leashes. Probably one of the top parenting choices all but guaranteed to earn you some judge-y side-eye or comments from strangers, even more so than say, breast- or bottle-feeding in public.

Dec08
College Worries, Big and Small

College Worries, Big and Small

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As I try to prepare both my kid and myself for her launch out of the nest next year, I’m realizing my worrying strategy may be skewed (but I’m okay with that).

Dec03
Teenagers and Bad News Parties: What Do We Tell Them?

Teenagers and Bad News Parties: What Do We Tell Them?

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A reader asks how we deal with teens and the specter of poor teen decisions about drugs and alcohol and parties.

Dec02
Insomnia & Special Needs Kids

Insomnia & Special Needs Kids

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A school boy with ADHD is having an extra hard time falling asleep recently and its causing lots of stress on the family. This is not an uncommon problem amongst special need school-aged kids. Amalah has some advice.

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