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Coronavirus Piñata

A Different Kind of Isolation Therapy

Photo by Laura Culberg

Parenting a teenager in the time of Coronavirus is a constant exercise in getting your ass kicked. Like most teenagers, my daughter Lucia wants to be free, liberated from my clutches, but the quarantine and social distancing parameters make that hard. I can feel her need for space all the time. I’m forever trying to find ways to engage positively. Last week I read the idea of making a paper…




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