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Day Sixty-Seven in the Corona House

(Though nobody actually has it.)

05:13 Lindsay hears Abigail and Joel. They appear to be in kahoots. Only her children could manage to get along at such stupid times in the morning. 550 more words

Parenting

Teenagers are weird.

As I was peacefully eating my lunch at the kitchen table, listening to the windchimes and the birds through the open window, I suddenly heard what sounded like a BB gun shot bounce off the cement in the back yard. 165 more words

The Present Insanity

Why Youths Are Suicidal

Suicide is an act of taking one’s life, suicide occurs more often than usual as teenagers, young adults and older youths see as the only escape from what they’re going through. 579 more words

NON FICTION

Talking About School With Kids and Teens.

Key points

  • Talking about school with your child is important. It shows you’re interested in your child’s life and value education.
  • You can start a conversation about school with your child by picking a good time to talk and asking simple, positive and specific questions.
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Blog

Killing Grandma

The children are beginning to break. Brodie is quoting from Joe Rogan podcasts and Teddy is suggesting we’re the last family on the block actually enforcing social distancing. 1,005 more words

* Trust Exercise by Susan Choi

Trust Exercise follows a group of high-school students in a performing art school whose theater teacher uses highly suspect techniques, to predictably disastrous results for the students. 33 more words

New Fiction

Moxie gifted us a moment to treasure

I completely underestimated how I would feel when the postie handed me the box from Moxie. I have been researching, reading, chatting to other mums, and having the odd chat with my girl about what’s to come, but I still feel like I’ve not done enough to prepare her for the arrival of her… 919 more words