by Julie Scagell
My daughter will be a teenager soon. It’s frightening to think of all of the situations she may find herself in and challenges she will face on her own. There are so many things I want to tell her about what it means to be a decent, kind human-being. I trust in these lessons with a certainty I wish I’d know 20 years ago.
And, although I know the last thing she wants to do right now is listen to her mother, I desperately want to find a way to open her heart and let these words (and tips) sink in:
1-Worry, jealousy and guilt are wasted emotions.
2-Don’t be in a hurry to settle down. Travel the world, live alone at least once and learn how to manage your own finances first. [Read More…]