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Why bad parents and tech may be to blame for anxious millennials

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Things You Only Know If… You Live With Your Parents At 29

When I told my friends I was moving home, they reacted with barely disguised horror. One of my best friends offered her sympathy: ‘Oh, I’m sorry to hear that.’ Another spoke about someone else moving back home as if it signalled a full-blown crisis: ‘She’s split up with her boyfriend, …

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The Stolen Kids of Sarah Lawrence

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Anxious millennials, why bad parents and tech may be to blame

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Judith Kerr’s life is something to celebrate in dark times

Are you sitting comfortably? Then let us begin. Or rather, let us press a button and leave the room. One in four parents have now delegated bedtime story-reading to a digital assistant like Alexa, according to a depressing little survey published this week, while two-thirds admit letting their children have …

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Reflecting on the Brown decision

– It was 65 years ago on Friday, May 17 that America took a giant step for racial justice and equality when the landmark Brown v. Board of Education was handed down by the Warren Court on May 17, 1954. The Brown decision ended legal segregation in the nation’s public …

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