Dear Abby: You’re in a position to do young people a great service by educating a generation that has grown up in acasual-dress world that there’s a line between how one dresses in one’s personal life and how one dresses for work. Cross it, and it could negatively affect your career.
My son says I scold him so often it has given him a complex. He constantly loses things — coats, lunch boxes, expensive toys, games — and damages property such as computers, my furniture, etc. He doesn’t do it on purpose. It “just happens” (I think) because he is clumsy and heavy-handed, sort of a bull in a china shop.
Rise and shine, everyone! Welcome to a brand-new year. Today is our chance for a new beginning, the day we discard destructive habits for healthy new ones. With that in mind, I’m printing Dear Abby’s oft-requested list of New Year’s resolutions — adapted by my mother from the original credo of Al-Anon.
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