This month parents all over the country have been saying so long to their kids leaving for college. But is it really goodbye? For this generation, the answer is not at all.
Read the last 5 Minutes for Books on Lauren Shockey's Four Kitchens.
Parents and their young adult kids are more connected than ever due to the immediacy of cell phones and e-mail. The parental expectation that they should be able to reach their child at any time, usually established in high school, doesn’t change much as teens go to college, observe Barbara Hofer, a Middlebury College ...
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