As parents, what does time spent surfing the net tell us about our teenagers?
Loving our children through conflict and worry.
An exploration of much loved images, family connections and memories.
When NOT talking is the right thing to do.
I’ve started to write. Repeatedly. Since this morning. I’m here (but I’m not), I’m typing (with interruptions), my mind is running through its series of checklists. It’s Grand Central Station, though it’s relatively quiet. There was music making into the night. There were assorted college kids who have come and gone. The car keys are […]
The Single Mom’s Dream: sleep, sleep, sleep!
What sort of environment suits you? Do you function better in tranquil surroundings or do you thrive in commotion with a side serving of chaos? Are you academically oriented or athletic? Perhaps creativity is your thing, or you need a little of all of the above? Each of us prefers certain conditions and feels energized […]
When parenting requires the backbone to say no.
Teens having sex on the sly, or under your own roof?
Summer is here and classes are over! Well, for most of us that is. We’ve got school-aged kids revving up for camp or neighborhood play, vacations in the works, and likely a list of activities awaiting. Then again, we may have teenagers milling about – snatching up the car keys, leaving a trail of dirty […]