Category Archives: Parents

Don’t Believe What You Think

Jack and Jill, a popular children's magazine ran a feature called, "I Used to Think…" where an 8-year-old could contribute a story about an old misconception about the world. Beliefs like "the tree-tops touch the sky' and  'my mom always … Continue reading

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Too Much Stuff

I need to reorganize my kitchen. My consultant looked and commented that I have lots of stuff I probably don't need. She is absolutely right. Yet, I don't want to let it go! I know why. My parents lived through … Continue reading

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Caretaking At a Distance: Setting Boundaries

Jeanette was afraid to answer her telephone. Her mother was calling every day or two with another “emergency” to induce Jeanette to make yet another l,000 mile trip to take care of her. Jeanette had been trained to be the … Continue reading

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