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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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I’ve Taught Every Kid in the City to Read – How Come I Can’t Teach My Own Kids?

by Karen Fried, co-director of The K&M Center     Years ago, we worked with the children of a nationally recognized elementary school teacher. She was expressing her frustration that everyone else’s children benefited from her expertise and her own … Continue reading

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