Aging takes a great attitude. No matter what decade you’re living in, you can fear turning older or embrace it. We’ll especially be talking about healthy families and how each generation learns to grow and change with one another. So what does Tina Turner have to do with it? Let’s say I had a revelation when I was doing my best Tina impression — a revelation that’s helped me to remember how to graciously age.

The listener email today is about meeting the kids of the person you’ve been dating — how to handle it and how definitely not to.

The 100th episode of SelfWork is coming up and I’m asking for more of your questions and comments to celebrate! Email me at askdrmargaret@drmargaretrutherford.com!

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What do healthy parents do? Healthier parents let go.

Click here for “Marriage Is Not For Chickens,”the gift book by Dr. Margaret! It’s perfect for engagements, anniversaries, weddings, or for the person you love!

You can hear more about depression and many other topics by listening to Dr. Margaret’s new podcast, SelfWork with Dr. Margaret Rutherford. Subscribe to this website and receive her weekly posts as well as her podcasts, plus Dr. Margaret’s eBook, “Seven Commandments of Good Therapy.”