Tag Archives: children

Let all Voices be Heard

I love the Opt Ed section of the paper. I believe we all need to write at least one letter on something we’re passionate about in our lifetime. In saying that, I applaud this reader This debate has been raging … Continue reading

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Curiosity and a Desire for Truth

Children and many adults will outsmart the banners and burners by either finding the books online, the library or the bookstore. It will cause a great demand while stirring curiosity and the desire for truth, information and knowledge. Fascists and … Continue reading

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Whining

Is there an effective way to respond to whining? When my daughter used to whine, I would say, “Oh gosh, it sounds like maybe you want something, but it hurts my ears when you talk in that voice! Could you … Continue reading

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School Guidance Counselors, Nurses and Related Professionals

I love the Opt Ed section of the paper. I believe we all need to write at least one letter on something we’re passionate about in our lifetime. In saying that, I applaud this reader Nearly two years of pandemic … Continue reading

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Tell Me About Your Day

Our adult daughter, 28, doesn’t call us often, but often when she does, she is in a blue funk and sees every aspect of her life as a negative. She got an interview with a firm she has really wanted … Continue reading

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