Wednesday, May 11, 2011

You're Grounded Forever...Now Let's Go Shopping!



Troubled Teen
You're Grounded Forever...Now Let's Go Shopping!

Friday, May 6
12 p.m. (PT)/2 p.m. (Central)/3 p.m. (ET)
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For Beyond 50's "Parenting" talks, listen to an interview with Susan Shapiro Barash. Find out why the expectations for mother-daughter connections are greater than ever before. She offers an eye-opening study of mothers and daughters of all ages. You'll learn why it is that whether a daughter is three or thirty, motthers second guess their mothering abilities. Why there is such tension in the best mother/daughter relationships and why you avoid confrontations with your daughter at any cost.

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For Beyond 50's "Parenting" talks, listen to an interview with Ellen Gibran-Hesse. She will show you how to get your teens and young adults to independence. Most kids are aware that they'll have to be independent and responsible someday, but they're unaware of when "someday" is or what will be required when "someday" arrives. Don't send your kids out into the world unprepared. Give them adult life skills like banking, buying insurance, renting, finding work, and more to set yourself free!

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Happy Mother's Day!


Mother's Day

"God could not be everywhere and therefore he made mothers."
- A Jewish Proverb

Beyond 50 wishes mothers everywhere a very special Mother's Day. It's a good time to think of all the things that she has done that have meant so much to you.


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