Most of the balance of the network's offerings are like this one: all sorts of romantic, sexual and family angst amount the personnel in the cast.Here, Gail O' Grady (moving-up on Meredith Baxter in this genre), and her daughter deal with all sorts of feminine romantic problems, but if there is any relationship to "real life," I didn't see it.Reassure them that you plan to get to know somebody very well before deciding that he is someone they should meet. Don't expect them to jump in and be supportive of your dating or a new guy that you might want to bring around.At the same time, you can't date based on your children's choices either.He writes an erotic scene and invites an older woman to act in his project ¿The problem? See full summary » Alecia Willis is a young school teacher who gets too close to one of her students Evan, a mature high school senior falls in love with his English teacher. See full summary » Jess is a single mother who has always been close to her 15-year-old daughter Sara.When Sara thinks about having sex with her new boyfriend, Jess gets overprotective.We are all mothers; we love our children and we want them to be happy, but it is equally important that mom be fulfilled and happy too.
So if your children are home when you're going out and become uneasy, try to understand where they are coming from and allay their fears.
Everyone has problems, and they all have a significant depth to the person(s) dealing with them, and one has to deal with them as they occur, and proceed onward.
If real-life problems can sometimes occur in what might be termed "ten-foot square by a mile deep," Gail's problems here, as with most femme leads in this type of offering, seem to be "a mile wide and three feet deep." One follows another, and there is no way to empathize either with her or her daughter in any realistic manner. Was doing some other things, and another person was watching, and my fascination was in it mediocrity.
But then, Jess meets a newly single doctor and has an affair, while forgetting what she has tried to teach her daughter.
The consequences are heavy and starts to tear her and her daughter apart.