Category Archives: time management

Honey – We Won the Lottery – Part 2

  By Karen Fried, Psy.D.   “Mom, I got a great job that pays $150 to $200 per day!” I checked back in with my friend about her son Jeffrey to see how he was doing in college. She reported … Continue reading

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“Don’t Worry, I Know it Like the Back of My…Head”

by Karen Fried, co-director of The K&M Center These words, told to me by one of my students, were supposed to reassure me that despite my worry, he really was ready for his test. Instead, I thought, “Uh oh, he … Continue reading

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“You Don’t Know How to Parent!” or How James Learned to Share His iPad Time with Reading

by Karen Fried, co-director of The K&M Center “You don’t know how to parent!” – spoken like any frustrated 10 year-old. James lost his iPad privileges because his parents realized he had stopped reading because games like Flappy Bird, 2048, … Continue reading

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“Honey, we won the lottery! Oh, wait a minute…”

by Karen Fried, co-director of The K&M Center My dear friend said these words to her son, Jeffrey, and her husband when the school psychologist told them that Jeffrey was eligible to have college tuition paid for by the Department … Continue reading

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