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Very old and very new books

Two things have come together in my mind in this most amazing way. First, I have an office space all of my very own! My excitement about this is hard to overstate. And so that you can join me in this,

01/03/2017 08:13:33 AM

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Who’s teaching my daughter?

My 14 year old daughter is in 8th grade…and that moment, as a sexuality educator and a parent, I had been waiting for for years finally arrived. I got THE LETTER. The one where the school district req

05/03/2016 07:19:18 PM

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Sisyphean parenting

The iconic Zits comic strip, by Jerry Scott and Jim Borgman, yesterday depicted the act of parenting a teenager as similar to the apparent curse bestowed on Sisyphus, rolling the same boulder up a hil

08/03/2015 09:11:35 AM

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Breaking the Hush Factor: Rule #2

I am SO happy to say that, amidst bizarre shipping delays between the publisher and the printer, the first round of softcover Breaking the Hush Factor books have been SHIPPED! If you ordered a softcov

07/14/2015 12:09:06 PM

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Breaking the Hush Factor: Rule #1

Friends, it’s really happening, and I couldn’t be more excited and nervous and nervously excited. My book, Breaking the Hush Factor, is almost here. This book is written to parents, but it applies to

06/24/2015 08:40:53 AM

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