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Praise for Heather Locklear’s Co-Parenting Vacation With Ex Richie Sambora

Posted by on Friday, 17 April, 2015

Praise for Heather Locklear’s Co-Parenting Vacation With Ex Richie Sambora
News from Yahoo Parenting:

Ava Sambora’s parents Heather Locklear and Richie Sambora have this divorced parenting thing down. Experts tell Yahoo Parenting why all co-parents could take a page from their playbook. (Photo: Coleman-Rayner). 

The scene couldn’t have been more romantic, with the crystal blue ocean at their feet and towering mountains behind them as bikini-clad Heather Locklear posed for a picture in Bora Bora with Richie Sambora, arm around her shoulder. But this was no sexy getaway. The photo is just one of many images of the exes enjoying a trip to French Polynesia with their 17-year-old daughter Ava. 

STORY: How to Parent Together After You’ve Split 

“[They] wanted to spend quality time together with Ava as a family,” a rep for the Bon Jovi rocker, 55, tells

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Lionel Richie offers Billy Ray Cyrus parenting advice

Posted by on Thursday, 12 September, 2013

Lionel Richie offers Billy Ray Cyrus parenting advice
News from USA TODAY:


Arienne Thompson, USA TODAY
4:11 p.m. EDT September 11, 2013

Hey, Billy Ray Cyrus, cheer up!

There’s someone rooting for you during this whole Miley Cyrus wild-child ordeal.

“Dad to Dad, I’ve been Billy Ray,” Lionel Richie tells omg! Insider.

The singer,…………… continues on USA TODAY

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Parenting in 2013: Going on Your Kid’s Job Interview, Killing Bedtime Stories
News from The Atlantic Wire:

Today’s parents aren’t like the men and women who raised them. Case in point: a disturbing survey out today says that there are parents who are now accompanying their adult children on job interviews. Another poll, equally frightening, provides proof that parents have begun to abandon the cherished bedtime story. 

“A 2012 survey of more than 500 college graduates by Adecco, a human-resources organization, found that 8% of them had a parent accompany them to a job interview, and 3% had the parent sit in on the interview,” reads the key line from a highly distrubing Wall Street Journal trend piece today.

So that’s 15 kids out of 500, three out of every one hundred adults (who are generally old enough to be considered legal adults) if extrapolated, that thought it okay to have a parent sit in on an interview. And those parents (generally grown-up adults) thought that accompanying their adult children to their big-boy and big-girl job interviews was okay too.

This is troubling.

The insanity of this trend aside, the subtext here is that parents may be too attached to their dear offspring. Moreover, this falls in line with other pieces in a similar…………… continues on The Atlantic Wire

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