Tag Archives: Teens

Washington Post: Should You Give Your College Kid An Allowance?

I bit my tongue, folks, and didn’t even give my opinion.  But three amazing experts did.

Should You Give Your College Kid An Allowance?

Published on Washington Post on August 9, 2016 and in print on August 11, 2016

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Club Mid: What Parents Need To Know About How Teen Sex Has Changed

Parents, I won’t pretend this one isn’t alarming. But it’s real, and we need to face it head on.

What Parents Need To Know About How Teen Sex Has Changed

Published on Club Mid, May 9, 2016

Washington Post: Parents Need To Talk To Daughters About The Joys Of Sex, Not Just The Dangers

A Q&A with Peggy Orenstein, author of the brand-new Girls & Sex: Navigating the Complicated New Landscape.

Parents Need To Talk To Daughters About The Joys Of Sex, Not Just The Dangers

Published in Washington Post, March 29, 2016

Club Mid: The Blessing Of An Awkward Teen Phase (And How To Give Your Kids One)

A light look at my own teenage awkwardness, and a more serious look at why it’s worth being the uncool parent.

The Blessing Of An Awkward Teen Phase (And How To Give Your Kids One)

Published on Club Mid, March 6, 2016

Washington Post: The Mystery Of Teenage Girls “Untangled” With Author Lisa Damour

I review Dr. Lisa Damour’s terrific new book on teenage girls, and sit down with her for some Q&A.

The Mystery Of Teenage Girls “Untangled” With Author Lisa Damour

Published in Washington Post, February 9, 2016