College Bound: The changing parental role

The New York Times recently advised parents of incoming college freshmen to drop their kids off, “back off,” “walk away,” and “move on” so that their “students can develop independence.” In the article, parents who don’t hop in the car, return home and consider their parenting over are dismissed as “super-involved” or “over-involved” and are […]

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Dealing with stress, achieve happiness

Every time I write about marriage, I hear from readers who lament their sexless marriages. The comments are all from men, and they tell of years, sometimes decades, of living together without love, affection or sexual intimacy. The writers describe an arid life of “going separate ways” and “living separate lives.” Often a man will […]

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Thank You, Sarah Palin

In the wake of her resignation as Governor of Alaska, why do the mainstream media continue their efforts to destroy Sarah Palin? What right do the likes of Maureen Dowd and her type have to continue their mean-spirited attempts to besmirch and tarnish Palin’s success in Current Events by their scornful attacks on her and […]

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