3 Ways To Help Your Child Be A Boss

As I was cleaning out my attic a few weeks ago, I found a little blast from my past. When I was about 10 years old, my best friend and I decided to start a Welch’s Grape Juice Fan Club. We wrote to the Welch Company and told them of

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How to Communicate With Daughters

Listen. Just listen. Today I decided to write specifically about our daughters. And about our mothers. When I was growing up, I didn’t think a lot about what my mother was going through. Now I wonder: When I was a senior, did she worry about my driving? Did she worry

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How to Stop Worry During Your Child’s Senior Year

Your child is a senior in high school, which means you are more worried about him/her than ever. My daughter’s senior year of high school was awful. She broke up with her long-time boyfriend. She could not make up her mind about what college to attend. She was cranky and irritable

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School Dropout? Not My Child!

Never did I think any of my kids would drop out of college. It was not in my game plan for their lives. I dodged a bullet. But plenty of my friends’ kids did drop out. I’ve since learned that half of all college freshmen fail to graduate within six

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How To Get a College Scholarship

I don’t know about you, but we needed help paying for college. Most parents today find they need some—or much—help with the astronomical tuition costs at most schools today. Every little bit helps and every BIG bit helps. So Steve and I thought we would share some ideas that worked

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