Monthly Archives: March 2013

The Good Child

It seems there is one in every family, with more than one child, that walks through my office door – a child who is academically successful, well-liked by peers, talented in the arts and/or athletics, mannerly, loves to help out, … Continue reading

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Too Old for This

Just joined Twitter if you want to follow the blog there. Not sure I understand how this works, so please be patient. Fifteen-year-old daughter serving as consultant. Let’s just say she is not known for her patience. @Dr_Sayers

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The Real Reason Bedrooms Have Doors

My last post (Swooping) was about a strategy to help family members work together to keep the ┬áhouse tidy. I stated in that post that “swooping” should only be used in common areas of the house such as mudrooms, kitchens, … Continue reading

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