This blog post is in response to a recent New Yorker article, “Don’t,” from the May 18, 2009 issue. For those unfamiliar with the article, it can be found here. For those too busy to indulge in a full-length New Yorker feature, I have provided the following brief summary.
Archive for May, 2009
“You must teach your kids they are special without having them think they are more special than anyone else.”
-Ray Magliozzi, Car Talk
A treatise on the middle path of child-rearing – or, how to help your offspring traverse the razor’s edge of adolescence – with input from Tom and Ray Magliozzi of NPR’s Car Talk.
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