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4Moms: Letting go of teens can be hard for helicopter parents

June 12, 2013|By Mary MacVean

Almost from birth, parents have to start learning how to let go, but there's nothing like college for testing that ability. And it's not only parents who get tested; letting go is not always easy for teens going off to college, either.

Join a mom -- me -- and her son, along with the head of counseling at Oberlin College, John Harshbarger, for a conversation about how to let go, and how not to hang on. What does technology have to do with the way we stay in touch?

We'll be talking on Spreecast, part of the 4Moms series of conversations, at 11 a.m. PDT. You can ask questions, too.

Mary.MacVean@latimes.com

@mmacvean on Twitter


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