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Q&A: Are you meddling too much in your kid's career?

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How do you balance the desire to give necessary advice with promoting independence and allowing them to make their own mistakes, writes work-life expert Barbara Moses in a column today.

Dr. Moses answered readers' questions earlier.

Barbara Moses is a well-known organizational career-management consultant, best-selling author, and sought-after keynote speaker and media commentator. She is widely recognized as Canada's pre-eminent spotter and tracker of the trends that shape today's working world.

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