PARENTING The Train Analogy That Will Completely Change How You See Your Crying Child Katie M. McLaughlin 52 Comments This content may contain affiliate links. Sign up to get new posts from Pick Any Two delivered straight to your inbox! email address SUBSCRIBE My 4-year-old was climbing into bed, his face turned away from me and toward the wall, when he asked the question. “Where’s Glenn?” His tone made the question sound like an afterthought, but I know better. Glenn is the opposite of
Are you ok? It's okay to not be ok. It's okay to ask for help. It's okay to reach out to someone. So many people suffer in silence when they don't have to. But if you don't talk to me, it's almost impossible for me to help.