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A Reflection on Worrying: Parental Worries

Historian Professor Emma Griffin explores how parental worries have changed throughout the centuries and asks whether worry has always been a part of raising children.

We all have worries but rarely do we speak honestly about them. In this series of personal essays, five essayists share their intimate relationship with worry. As both a parent and historian, Professor Emma Griffin explores how parental worries have changed throughout the centuries and asks whether worry has always been a part of raising children.

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