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A separation situation is different for adults than it is for children. When we were very young children, a physical separation wa ...
Deep inside us, we know what every family therapist knows: the problems between the parents become the problems within the childre ...
[As teenager], the trauma of near-misses and almost- consequences usually brings us to our senses. We finally come down someplace ...
Over and over again, her own direct experience teaches a woman that when she does enough for herself, she feels better and better ...
During our twenties...we act toward the new adulthood the way sociologists tell us new waves of immigrants acted on becoming Ameri ...
In many ways, life becomes simpler [for young adults]. . . . We are expected to solve only a finite number of problems within a li ...
Children are incurable romantics. Brimful of romance and tragedy, we whirl through childhood hopelessly in love with our parents. ...
To brew up an adult, it seems that some leftover childhood must be mixed in; a little unfinished business from the past periodical ...
Somewhere between the overly intrusive parent and the parent who forgets about us after we're out of the house is the ideally empa ...
She [the mother] deals with the world of child rearing, where hundreds of experts give contradictory advice; the outcome can't be ...
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