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Getting Your Wheels Going Again When You’re Stuck in a Rut

Metro Parent's editor in chief discusses ways to break up monotony when you're stuck in a rut and the resurgence of a familiar activity that daring kids will love.

Now Versus 1980: Reflecting on Michigan’s Education Issues

Metro Parent's editor-in-chief reminisces on how she felt behind when transferring to a Michigan school and how it relates to Michigan's education issues today.

A New Perspective and a Feeling of Gratitude

Metro Parent's editor-in-chief talks about her struggle to find a feeling of gratitude when life got her down and this month's cover story, which aims to help kids find it too.

Kids Facing Fears and the Example of Marge

Metro Parent's editor-in-chief talks about the October 2018 cover story, which focuses on helping kids face their fears, and her childhood neighbor who let fear cripple her in many ways.

Help and Hope for the Anti-Athlete Kid

Metro Parent's editor-in-chief discusses the September 2018 cover story and why it's important for kids to find physical activities that they love.
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