Tag Archives: Children

The Political Education of an American Kid, 1973 v 2016

How does a child feel about a primary season often described as childish? Continue reading

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Don’t Blame Yourself

“I feel like I’m underwater. Like I’m asleep. I want to be asleep, even as my mouth forms half sentences that my heart rejects.” Continue reading

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Learning Her Own Way

Janice Eidus on the trials and triumphs of educating her daughter. Continue reading

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Sunday Light and Word – Civic Edge

“Searching the angles of chance” Continue reading

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He Has a Glamour Shots Coupon

Patrick Wensink seeks answers to one of life’s deep problems. Why does he dress like his son? And what does it mean? Continue reading

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MESSING WITH THEIR HEADS

Eli Hastings discusses his training as a youth counselor in the context of both his clients and his son. Continue reading

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Power Trio: They Say Jump, You Say How High?

Ben Tanzer examines an emotionally-charged incident with his sons and offers three surprising sonic gems to soothe his savage parental beast. Continue reading

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