A new book by Kenneth Ginsburg offers parents important advice on how to raise a child into good teen and healthy adult.
You must exercise a different patience with aging parents than you do with your kids. It requires a special grace you must find deep inside.
A middle-aged father seeks answers, hope and meaning by asking his kids their thoughts about the rigors of turning 45.
Now that I’m looking back, I admit they were right. Life indeed goes by fast. Way too fast. So fast that it makes me angry.
College planning means preparing yourself as well as your child for the hard realities of getting into, paying for and surviving school.
Summers past were filled with energy, socializing, exploration. Now they like the rest of year, just with air conditioning and brown grass.