Monthly Archives: April 2013

Conversations Every Parent Should Have With Their Teens

One of the most perplexing and sensitive relationships for those of us at middle age is with our teenage sons and daughters. An offspring’s transition from young child to teenager is difficult for them but may prove downright traumatic for … Continue reading

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Hurtful Remarks Can Harm a Teenager for Life–So Be Careful What You Say!

Mean or thoughtless comments from uncaring adults can harm a teenager or a “tween” (age 11 or 12) for life, so please be careful what you say around them. Most often, harm is done by a child’s own parents, but … Continue reading

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If Romance Is Missing From Your Midlife Marriage, What’s Your Excuse?

At middle age, has your marriage become routine, even boring? Do you miss that warm, fuzzy feeling you once had whenever your spouse entered the room? Married for ten years or 35, there is no reason husband or wife has … Continue reading

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