(as published in Your Teen for parents Magazine, March/April 2016 “Dad, can you drive me to Lisa’s house? Have to be there in ten.” “Sure. Let me get my keys.” As I open the garage door, thundering…

Source: When Parents Collide


2 thoughts on “When Parents Collide

  1. Karen Sherman says:

    Hi Brian,

    We particularly loved this post and happily shared it with several non-Westport friends!

    Also, congrats on getting it published in Parents Magazine! My mom, who also was a good writer, did one year of a Journalism masters program (before quitting to get married to my dad 🙂 worked at Parents Magazine in her 20s. Come to think of it, a funny place to work when she was trying hard to conceive! She had my older brother “very late” at 29!


    Karen and Jim

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    1. bprcomm0612 says:

      Karen and Jim: Thanks for the great words. So happy you appreciate the article and that you shared. I hope to write more about parenting in the foreseeable future. Have a piece coming out in the Washington Post (well, on their Web site) and will let you know when that is posted. THANKS AGAIN for being such supporters of my work. See you soon. Brian

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