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Two Philadelphians have written a new guide intended to empower our daughters. But with Hillary running for president, are pressed flowers and cootie catchers what girls really need?

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Suddenly I’m a stranger in my own home

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Why are kids in such a rush to be disillusioned about love?

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When did getting your offspring into college become an Olympic sport?

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Grin and bear it? Hah! Boomers want to keep disco-dancing till we’re 103. That means finding new ways to treat our aching elbows and hips and backs. Here’s the breaking news in pain relief

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It’s a grim, dark world of headbanger rock and video-game death and mayhem. Isn’t it?

The Secret Life of Boys

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I used to love it that my kids were just like me. What was I thinking?

Alter Ego

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What do 13-year-old boys have to be so mad about, anyway?

The Son and the Fury

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Students suing schools. Parents battling administrators. Teachers despising parents. How did we get here? And is there any way we can start all over again?

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What happens when a family of happy atheists turns up a holy child?

"COME HERE, I" call to my son Jake from the front porch. Just as I’ve stepped outside to get the mail, the cordons of pink-tinged clouds to the west, above the peaked roofs of the houses across the street, have parted to let through a vast, angular shaft of pure gold light. “Hurry!” I call again, and he leaves his computer with reluctance, ambling out. “There,” I say, and point.

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My daughter’s found it. Have I lost it?

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Loco Parentis: Creature From the Third-Floor Bedroom

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I want my kids to grow up brave, courageous and bold. And their role model for that would be …

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Music: Raising Her Voice