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  • Melissa Garrett

    Violet, Lily

  • Sarah Michaels

    Why Adolescence Is More Brutal for Parents Than Teenagers -- New York Magazine - "When prospective mothers and fathers imagine the joys of parenthood, they seldom imagine the adolescent years, which Nora Ephron famously opined could only be survived by acquiring a dog (“so that someone in the house is happy to see you”)."

  • Marcy Wheeler

    Why Adolescence Is More Brutal for Parents Than Teenagers -- New York Magazine Parenting: Not for the weak

  • Laura Hrabnicky

    Why Adolescence Is More Brutal for Parents Than Teenagers -- New York Magazine. Interesting. A worldly perspective. Good insights though.

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