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I hear the slider door of our beach house squeak and the sound of footsteps as they amble down the wooden deck stairs. I can hear them ..read more
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I hear the slider door of our beach house squeak and the sound of footsteps as they amble down the wooden deck stairs. I can hear them ..read more
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My family and I live in a residential college on a mid-western university campus. My husband is a professor, but I am a regular civilian. ..read more
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This story has been all over social media, but allow me to recap. A fourth-grader was bullied by his classmates for wearing a homemade ..read more
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My nest did not empty; I left it. The youngest of my three children graduated from high school in June. In July, my husband and I set off ..read more
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A pair of white socks has been crumpled under my computer desk for the past 10 days. A month ago, those socks would have annoyed me. I ..read more
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It’s been 11 days since I dropped off my first born at college, 2,458 miles away. This morning, as I was lacing my shoes to go for my ..read more
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My 12-year-old son is leaving for boarding school tomorrow. I just closed his bedroom door slowly and heard the click of the lock catching ..read more
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Hey, you! I see you over there in the grocery store snack aisle, sadly gazing at that Family Sized bag of tortilla chips. You’ve got “ ..read more
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The sound of the overwhelmed college student takes many forms. Sometimes it’s a high-pitched dog whistle kind of noise that only we, as ..read more

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