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"Our children should understand that the adults in their lives – not just their parents, but all adults – care about the choices they make and what they do," writes columnist Dr. Molly O'Shea.
'I kept at it on my own with no one to guide me and only my own skills to work with, and in the end, I found that I was much more capable than I thought,' writes columnist Dr. Molly O'Shea.
Columnist Dr. Molly O'Shea struggles with learning to let go as her kids grow up and become more independent.
Dr. Molly exhausts every option trying to come up with the perfect birthday present for her teenage son, Declan.
'I was lucky and knew then what I wanted to do with my life and never felt that my dreams and passions would be derailed by something as mundane as an ACT exam,' Dr. Molly O'Shea writes.
Dr. Molly O'Shea shares how a weekly meal with friends and family has helped her family cope with difficult changes.
We may not remember how to do calculus, but that does not mean we aren't learning new, important lessons every day.
We all need to let someone else drive at times, even if we worry that they don’t know exactly where they’re going and may get a little lost.
Pediatrician and single mom Molly O'Shea considers the negative effects of her dependence on technology.
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