Posts Tagged ‘daughters’
Short Stories for Quick Reads
Whippoorwill I sit pensively in the boathouse on the lake stretching on my couch. I hear the water. Rustling louder, stronger. Rustling more like an ocean, coming closer at low tide. What could be there? I’ve heard this rushing rustling before but when was it? It had to have been heard before but when?…Read More
How Do You Talk to Your Teenage Daughters so You’re Engaged Together?
20 Ways Not to Talk To Your Teenage Daughter Teenage daughters are sensitive to the way people in authority talk to them, especially their mothers. They are easily wounded, feel criticized, and vulnerable when they sense or get outright disapproval. Even the most devoted mothers hear their girls say, “You don’t understand me.” So, let’s…Read More