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Is it my fault I have a difficult child?

Photo from Flickr As a mother, there were times when I asked myself: "What did I do wrong?" When my oldest son turned nine, I saw sign…

Started by Gutsy Living

2 Jul 27, 2010
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"Why Is Everyone Always Mad at Me?"

Does your child seem clueless about how his behavior is affecting others? Does she think she's right when she's wrong and vice versa? Some…

Started by Sadiyya Patel

0 Jan 14, 2010

A Lesson of Life: Don’t Run Away From Your Problem

I admit, whenever I think I cannot bear the problem I am facing, I run away from it, thinking that when I come back it’s not there anymore,…

Started by BLR Graham

0 Dec 15, 2009

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