My guest is Cinnia Curran Finfer, author of Confession of a Helmet-Free Childhood: True-ish Tales of an Analog Upbringing. In the book, Cinnia recounts 13 stories from her childhood that both convey the sign of the times and also parallel experiences that many of us have had as children. We focus in on what life was like growing up in the late 60s and early 70s and how it compares to today's environment. We point out some of the similarities and differences while identifying ways that parents can use their childhoods as a way to relate and guide their children.
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