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World events that can't be ignored can challenge parents

It's been a tough week in the world. News about the attacks in Paris and elsewhere have been splashed across the headlines and television, and sparked displays of community reaction, very possibly right down at the level of individual households around College Station and the rest of Texas.

Pushing faith cost grandparents' free access to grandchild

There are certain things that shouldn't be discussed in polite company, according to etiquette experts. One of those things is politics. The other thing is religion. You can pick any reason you like as to why. The one we think most people in Texas would probably gravitate towards, however, is that limiting such talk to appropriate settings maintains cordial relations.

What can I do if I feel my parenting rights are violated?

We don't think it's very likely that a parent would look back on a relationship with their children and express regret that they spent too much time with the kids. If anything, the opposite is bound to be more likely. Time with those we love, especially our children, is precious. And that very often serves to cause friction when parents are trying to develop workable parenting plans.

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