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Nov 12th

Breaking through Deadlocks

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By Cynthia Klein Imagine you are having a conflict with your child because he won’t do his homework. You are in a deadlock because both of you are determined to win the argument. Your perspective is that it is his homework and he needs to be responsible for getting it done. You shouldn’t have to […]

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Nov 12th

Neurotic Parents Convene for College Talk (J.D. Rothman)

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by Genevieve Anderson The packed theatre at Lick Wilmerding High School erupted in laughter when the speaker JD Rothman asked for a show of hands for how many 9th grade parents were in the audience.  After all, the title of her talk that night, as well as her new book, was “The Neurotic Parent’s Guide […]

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Nov 12th

Where’s the Best Place to Study?

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by Robina Riccitiello As another school year is underway, students across San Francisco are well into this year’s round of homework.  Pencils sharpened (does anyone write on paper anymore?), laptops and iPads charged, snacks at hand … they are ready to work. The question is where? Some students study at pristine desks in their rooms, […]

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