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'My Kid Just Got Into Harvard' And Other Things You Should Never Say At Work

AARP Life Reimagined | Kara Baskin | Posted 04.09.2015 | Fifty

Ah, children: They’re a great conversational equalizer and icebreaker. Still, there’s a fine line between pleasant conversation, which can create ...

A Carrier of the Torch, Two-Time Childhood Cancer Fighter Maya Rigler Shows Character of My Daughter

Jay Scott | Posted 05.19.2015 | Impact
Jay Scott

Looking back I don't know if it was the inspiration of a courageous little girl who lived so close by, who was treated at the very same hospital, or our continued commitment in a world where it's hard to keep commitments, but I know that she and her siblings have gotten the message -- "when life gives you lemons, do something about it."

Grown Man Needs To Know If Parents Still Proud Of Him

The Huffington Post | Andy McDonald | Posted 05.12.2015 | Comedy

Are your parents proud of you? The answer seems obvious. But are they, really? Sometimes your parents give you a weird vibe and you're not sure where ...

The Problem With 'I'm So Proud Of You' (And What To Say Instead)

Marcy Cole, Ph.D. | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Marcy Cole, Ph.D.

My sister told me something that I vowed to share with as many parents as possible: "When my kids were small, I made a conscious decision to never say, 'I'm proud of you.' Instead, I have always said to them, 'You must be so proud of yourself.'"