Traditional nuclear families, with both biological parents living with their biological children, aren’t as common as they once were. More and more families now involve the word “step” at some level — step-father, step-mother, step-children. This week John and Hal discuss some of the unique challenges facing blended families.
“When you come to a fork in the road, take it.” (Yogi Berra) Parenting requires constant decision making. For some reason, this kind of decisiveness often feels like a burden to people who are wishing to change. They worry that they will make a wrong choice and end up even worse than before. Here’s the…Details
“I expected too much of youth. I measured you by the yardstick of my years.” (W. Livingston Larned) This is a quote from one of the most famous essays of all time. I found it in Dale Carnegie’s book How to Win Friends and Influence People. The essay is in the form of a letter…Details