Two weekends ago my husband, who works for an international company, invited a colleague who had just relocated from overseas and his family to dinner. They have two daughters about the same age as ours, meaning both sets of girls are at that budding-teen stage when friendships seem to change with moods and the quest for independence shifts into overdrive. After the girls went off to compare cultures and learn each other’s native swears, we asked the parents what had motivated them to ...
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