Acting Up in Syracuse

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  by Meg Gutman Klosko When her children or grandchildren would act up, my mother-in-law used to say that it is children who cause mental illness in their parents and not vice versa. Those of us who are parents or who have taken on parental roles—camp counselor or teacher—understand what she was talking about. Sometimes it seems that the most important item on a kid’s agenda is to get a figure of authority to run screaming from the room. Driving Mom and Dad crazy may have been on the agenda of the four child-women whom Syracuse University censured after they […]
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