How to Help Your Children Walk Away

CROSSWALK | on Sun, Mar 19, 8:15 PM

Today, my 15-year-old pulled into a parking space, albeit a bit crooked, in front of the drivers’ education school. He had driven us there, on the highway, and done well. We both opened our doors and climbed out. “You’re not coming in with me, are you?” he said, with a hint of alarm. “No, don’t worry. Just getting into your seat.” I moved around the front of the car and slid into the driver’s side. Already he was walking up the steps to the building. I paused to notice his tall, slim body ope...

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