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[S3 E01] New

In this first episode of Season 3 of CHH, Dr. Fraad and Julianna discuss 3 topics currently in the news: Trump knowledge of the dangers...READ MORE


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  • Anna Knight
    commented 2020-10-15 18:51:09 -0400
    Love you Harriet and love you bringing Juliana, from aboard. I ask: Did Andy Warhol fail to actualize because he lived with his mother? It has always been my contention that the need to shove children from the nest was an underhanded capitalist scheme. After all, if everyone in the family lives in separate dwellings, buys separate food and provisions, and pays taxes, that do not serve the people, how does a family accumulate assets, wealth, and power? The families with money and clout do not separate, they consolidate. My son left for college. The university was within commuting distance, but his scholarship provided him with an on-campus housing stipend. After two years of living on campus, he returned home to commute and brought two roommates with him. They all graduated under the same roof. I have traveled all over the world and seen many wealthy and powerful families living under one roof. My son is an author for Paizo; Pathfinder and we live happily together. I have never read one of his books and he does not expect me to. I have no interest in the board game: Pathfinder. Boundaries, respect, privacy, and separate interests are always necessary for a healthy relationship. And I don’t have to look forward to ending up in a “home”.