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An End to Parenthood?

An End to Parenthood?

Helping clients whose adult children refuse to be responsible for themselves

My parents were loving, demanding and engaged with their children. They stressed solid values, including the importance of education, always doing your best and helping others who were in need. They remained in our camp as we matured into adults who had careers and families. But, their concept of “parenting,” in the sense of

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