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As our college-aged kids return home for the summer, it’s important to remember that they’re still learning from us, despite their newfound independence. One of the biggest issues I hear is that parents feel their “adult” child no longer needs them—but that couldn’t be further from the truth. When I speak to my college-age clients, they often tell me

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