socialization

Self-Checkout: Money-Saving Innovation?

One of the great joys of moving to the Pacific Northwest after many years of living in Southern California, was discovering Costco. Not only did the drive from our home entail crossing a long floating bridge over Lake Washington providing a feast for the eyes, but the warehouse store was a treasure trove. Clean and […]

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The Socialization Trap

During this pandemic, many parents have been surprised to discover just how valuable family time is. Some discovered that their children made more academic progress by not going to traditional school. No matter what the benefits, however, many had to cope with kids who desperately missed their friends. This last problem might lead some parents

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What about Socialization

Today’s Musing is actually a triple-header. It was inspired by an Ask the Rabbi question. In order not to make that answer too long, I intended to follow up with a Practical Parenting column. Finally, I decided to bundle all my (our) reflections  into one Susan’s Musing. Here is Dave’s Ask the Rabbi question and

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