Lynne Golodner

Tips on Dealing with Other People’s Kids

It can be complicated. Their parents' rules or yours? Can you discipline them? And what about posting photos on Facebook? Here are some practical dos and don'ts to dealing with other people's kids.

9 Rules for Parents Interested in Dating After Divorce

This time, you have to consider the feelings of your children and the logistics of being a parent, but it can be done. Consider these nine tips for dating after divorce.

7 Teen Dating Rules for Parents from a Metro Detroit Mom

A Huntington Woods mom of four teens explains what the 'dating scene' looks likes for modern teens – and offers the teen dating rules her kids follow.

What Would You Do If You Had No Fear?

One local mom talks of growing more fearful as she's grown older and reminds other moms to take time for themselves, too.

No, Parents Should Not be Friends With Their Teens

Lynne Golodner, a Huntington Woods mom of four, says definitely not. Instead, she tries to draw lines and remain a cool, connected parent.

The Role of Being a Parent in the Sandwich Generation

Nestled between raising kids and eventually caring for aging parents, a metro Detroit mom reflects on being a parent in the sandwich generation.

Finding a Path to Peace

In the wake of the tragic shooting at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, one mother recalls her own fears as a young Jewish girl aware of anti-Semitism and its impact on history and her people, how it compares to her children’s sense of identity and what we all need to do to eradicate such atrocities once and for all.
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