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Q: “My Teen Driver Wants Independence, but I Refuse to Give Up Our ‘Car Time’”

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— NewDriverMomHi NewDriverMom: Boy, this question truly hit home. Driving, for my son, was an all-consuming quest for most of his sophomore year in high school.

And unbeknownst to my family, I felt very similar to you. First, your feelings are not ridiculous. Your daughter is growing up and craving independence, and you’re struggling to balance letting her go and keeping her close.I will share a personal story that lends a “parenting” perspective.

I hope that doing so will help validate your feelings and ultimately make you feel a little less alone.Now onto my story.I was on an airplane when my son took his road test.

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