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Entries by Dr. Peggy Drexler from 10/2012

Mom and Dad and TMI: Are You an Over-Sharer?

| Posted 10.05.2012 | Parents

We're always hearing about children and teenagers who share too much: with their friends; with their parents; online, with the world. But what happens when it's Mom and Dad dabbling in TMI? How do we know how much--and what sort of--information our kids can handle?

The Scarlet Manifesto: The Rise of the Adulterous Woman

| Posted 10.13.2012 | Women

In my work and in my life, I had been hearing more from women who were both having extramarital affairs and actively seeking them out. While they weren't necessarily proud of their actions, neither were they ashamed.

When Siblings Fight: Should You Step In?

| Posted 10.20.2012 | Parents

It's tempting to think that our children will be best friends, naturally and without conflict. But while we can encourage our kids to treat each other with kindness and respect, we can't force them to get along.

The Art Of Sleeping With The Enemy

| Posted 10.27.2012 | Healthy Living

I have good friends. They are in a mixed marriage: she's a Republican, he's a Democrat. Both take their respective affiliations seriously. They've always made their union of political opposites work. But this season, there is coolness in the political air.