Only a few days later, Gulli’s story is one of macleans.ca’s most read and most shared stories—ever.
Maclean’s writer Cathy Gulli explored those questions in a widely read story that examined a stark reality: Despite their very best intentions, parents are at risk of losing primacy over their children. Readers connected with the story from the first moment we posted it online.
See more » There are a lot of clichés in this film, but some of the bits in it are funny and sometimes downright interesting (while others really horrible).
It is also nice to see the girls who would later become Hollywood's sweethearts, like Jaime Pressly, Katherine Heigl, Emmanuelle Chriqui or Larisa Oleynik.
He never sees her face, but instantly falls in love. In the film, Rod suffers from a medical condition called hypospadia.Leonard Sax, MD, Ph D, was online Friday, March 31 at noon ET, to discuss his op-ed in Friday's Washington Post about young men still living at home with their parents, the subject of the movie "Failure to Launch," which opened as the No.1 movie in the nation this month and substantially exceeded its pre-launch predictions. (Post, March 31) Sax is a family physician and psychologist who has practiced in Montgomery County, Md., for 16 years.They can't afford to rent of buy alone but seem perfectly satisfied to live with Mom and Dad, go to work, come home play the X-Box, and go out with friends. And oh yes, we too have heard "but we have never been in trouble or caused you problems" and we thank God for that but when is our time?? Leonard Sax, MD, Ph D: To a Mom in Fairfax: What a story.I certainly understand the economic realities of life in this area which make it difficult for young people to live on their own. and go out with friends." The drive, the determination to set out on one's own path, is missing.