Issue #12: Raising Kids, Healthy Relationships and Confessions from R Kels

Issue #12: Raising Kids, Healthy Relationships and Confessions from R Kels
By Michael Karnjanaprakorn • Issue #12

With her predictive acumen and figurative duct tape at the ready, Quarles may be your company’s Nostradamus meets MacGyver.
No, you don’t necessarily need to have everything in common.
Child prodigies rarely become adult geniuses who change the world. Originality is difficult to encourage but easy to thwart.
“What makes a good mother?” I ask later, while Sara’s own mother busies herself in the kitchen, putting the dishes away. Sara pauses for a minute to think. “Courage,” she answers. “Patience. Not killing your child. Nah — I’m just kidding on that one.”    
All these years, all those unanswered questions. For this story, R. Kelly agreed to speak about his whole life without restrictions.
Michael Karnjanaprakorn
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