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My newest book drops TODAY!

Today is a B I G day for us. H U G E actually. Because our new book How To Raise Perfectly Imperfect Kids And Be Ok With It hits bookstores EVERYWHERE!! All the mainstream ones like Barnes & Noble, Amazon and all the indies like our very own hometown bookstore the...

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A Mom’s Dating Advice for Her Daughters

By Lisa Sugarman Dating and daughters… it’s a delicate subject, especially between moms and our girls. Just the thought of our daughters being in the game can make us feel like throwing up in our mouth. And just the mention of it to our girls can make them feel like...

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The Gift of Holding Space For Others

By Lisa Sugarman As human beings, we represent a lot of different things to a lot of different people over the course of our lives. Often, we’re a combination of parents or partners or spouses or co-workers or siblings or friends or children. Or, in some cases, all of...

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A new kind of Pride in my child

By Lisa Sugarman So here we are. In June. Finally. [Deep exhale.] You know, that month of the year that signals longer days, a slightly slower pace, and a generally lighter mood. It’s that time when school winds down and summer is almost close enough to taste. It...

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For Gen Zers, telephonophobia is a thing

By Lisa Sugarman I’m just gonna dive right in here… Generational cohorts are quirky little things. You know the ones I’m talking about, right? Those unique groups of people who were born around the same time or during a specific period in history, like Baby Boomers or...

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My mom raised me. I raised my kids. Now it’s OUR time.

By Lisa Sugarman The mother-daughter relationship is a unique one. We go from being cute and sweet and little and dependent on our moms for everything to sort-of grown and sort-of cute and sort-of independent to fully grown and fully independent and responsible for...

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