The news media–ultimate invader and purveyor of secrets–feasts eagerly upon two categories of secrets: governmental secrets, prominently intended to protect or harm one or… Read More
“Eat more crow. Its the most nutritious of all brain foods.” This New Year’s advice from Jason Zweig (WSJ, Dec.30, 2017), although it appeared 3/4 of the way though a longi… Read More
When I grew up, people had time. The family ate dinner together when Dad got home– 5:30. We visited the grandparents–both sides–almost weekly. As high school st… Read More
I have for years treasured a memory of something precious shared with my father, who died when I was 10. At age seven he told me I was old enough to read “Gone With The Wind,&rdq&hell…Read More
Anne Robert’s guest post add important information to my multiple earlier posts on challenges for blended families. Taking a Vacation as a Blended Family Blending families is neve… Read More
An important post from guest writer Anne Roberts. Bullying is bad. It’s horrendous to experience, it’s soul-destroying, and it smashes children’s personalities to pi… Read More
Dear Dr. Jaffe, Have you ever noticed there can be a lot of “nothing” lying around? I mean, just take my first niece. She went to meet my soon-to-be-sister-in-law who [quite unfo… Read More
I hope my readers will learn from this important post written by Anne Roberts. So Your Teen Is Taking Drugs – What Can You Do? Teenage drug taking is a major concern for many pa… Read More
I missed National Depression Screening Day on Oct 11. Yom Kippur found itself in the middle of my blogging agenda. Like some college students I’m posting about, my &ldq&hell…Read More
My husband won’t take pain medicine. He says it interferes with his thinking–and he’s the thinking type. He’ll stay in bed with one hand over his migraine-achin… Read More
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