Author: Karen Sosnoski
Karen Sosnoski is a mother of teens and a writer based in northern Virginia. Her writing has appeared in literary and mainstream publications, including, most recently The New York Times, Healthline, and The Temper She loves telling (and reading) stories about resilience found through facing limitations.
“Do most people split down the middle?” A recent post in Road2College’s Facebook group Paying for College 101 echos the confusion that many divorced parents ... Read More
Mentors in college can help your student develop interests, talents, support systems, even their life path once they leave your “nest.” Ron Lieber, New York ... Read More
COVID-19 has changed so much for everyone—from how we work, play, and learn to how we celebrate holidays and mourn deaths. For rising college students, ... Read More
Along with my “my son, the doctor,” or “my daughter, the lawyer,” many American parents dream of boasting, “our kid, the Ivy Leaguer.” Harvard’s one ... Read More