Give Me Space

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The cry of every child is that their parents give them space, breathing space to grow and be their own person.

And parents resist. Though I think this parental need to smother their children is only a recent development of the last forty years that has intensified in the last twenty.

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Women’s Fiction author of That Was Then, Say You’ll Be Mine, and Evenings at the Argentine Club. Speaker and and teacher. https://www.facebook.com/juliaamante/

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Julia Amante

Julia Amante

Women’s Fiction author of That Was Then, Say You’ll Be Mine, and Evenings at the Argentine Club. Speaker and and teacher. https://www.facebook.com/juliaamante/

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