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Remembering A Very Good Neighbor Tribute

Remembering A Very Good Neighbor

By Amy Carleton

At a time when more than half of all Americans don’t know their neighbors’ names, a tribute to the very special man next door.

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Making Paternity Leave Pay Business

Making Paternity Leave Pay

By Leigh Hafrey

Will Generation Y be the first to make paternity leave a sound investment for families and businesses, alike?

The Power Of A Mentor To Change A Young Life Family

The Power Of A Mentor To Change A Young Life

By Lowell Mazie

January is National Mentor Month, a perfect time for new mentors to join organizations and start creating relationships that will have a lasting impact on the lives of others.

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Operation Date Night Life

Operation Date Night

By Hinda Mandell

A year and a half after the birth of their daughter, Hinda Mandell and her husband take back the night.

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The Nature Of Worry Boston

The Nature Of Worry

By Sharon Brody

Worrying is folly. It represents a flailing effort to gain, or to pretend to gain, some power over the unpredictable comings and goings of life.

The Children Who Didn’t Survive Health

The Children Who Didn’t Survive

By Pamela Katz Ressler

Children are not supposed to die. But when they do, they become our teachers. Their legacy is to show the rest of us how to confront the unimaginable.

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A Letter To My New Daughter About Love Life

A Letter To My New Daughter About Love

By Steve Almond

What makes your birthday special — aside from the fact, of course, that you entered our world — is that it marks a fundamental victory for the cause of love over hate.

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The End Of The Mommy Wars Life

The End Of The Mommy Wars

By Carey Goldberg

The purported battle between “stay-at-home” mothers and “working” mothers is officially over. But was there ever really a conflict to begin with?

The Blessings Of Memory, Even Now Boston

The Blessings Of Memory, Even Now

By Lynda Morgenroth

In Boston’s delicate early spring, subject to changing temperatures and still wintry nights, we are haunted by memories, good and bad.

Sheryl Sandberg’s Biggest Blind Spot Life

Sheryl Sandberg’s Biggest Blind Spot

By Carey Goldberg

“Lean In” pushes women to work full-time in high-powered jobs, even through motherhood. But it seems to willfully disregard one glaring fact: A great many of us don’t want to.

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