One day when I dropped my son off to school, a little girl in his class came over to greet him with a giant hug and some happy words. My son bared it, the girl walked off and my son looked up at me and said, "These girls - they always want to hug me."
My son's school is technically a hug-free zone (for the…
Anyone who knows me knows i love to read. so with this pregnancy i couldnt wait to go to the library everyday i would askmy boyfriend if we could go, because i personally dont feel comfortable going out alone without him in case something was to happen because through my pregnancy if its not one thing its another.. literally!.. everyday was a challenge!. But thankfully we finally got to go, i was so excited i think we maybe spent about 2 hours there and we only got 3 books lol.
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Parents love their children from the time they are conceived. Anything that causes a child pain, causes them pain. Unfortunately, bullying across schools has increased and has taken a new form – cyberbullying. Here are some recent statistics on bullying from bullyingstatistics.org:
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I struggle with my mother-daughter relationship. When I first found out I was having a girl, I worried. I'm not a girlie-girl and I don't really know what to do with one of those. Even more so, I had a strained relationship with my own mother for as long as I could remember. Finding out I was having a girl brought back so…
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That moment you realize that everything is going right, all that you need or want is coming into your life right when its suppose to be. Some call this luck, coincidence, or just plan chance, but I call this synchronicity or being in the vortex. This whole week I have been focusing my attention on what I do want. Everything you can imagine has gone wrong and I just didn't let it phase me. I just allowed the Universe to do what it must in order for me to get what I need. I have been reading…Continue
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Emotions are integral part of any human being. All the behaviour, attitude rather the whole well-being depends on how emotionally you are balanced.
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Rosemary Lichtman, Ph.D. and Phyllis Goldberg, Ph.D.
Remember playing car-racing games at the arcade, trying to stay on the virtual road while going as fast as you can? In those videos, sharp curves keep switching and obstacles suddenly appear, causing you to crash and burn if your reactions aren’t fast enough.
It may be fun to play a game, but what about when life itself mirrors this wild ride? Whether you're actually on a…Continue
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Mother’s Day is May 12th, that is a week from this Sunday. There are likely to be lots of articles to suggest ways to honor your mom or help your children honor their mom. I would like to take a different approach and speak to moms directly. Give yourself permission to pat yourself on the back and to take a break. Parenting is both the toughest and most rewarding job in the world. This is a good time to remind moms (fathers too) that you have to fill your own bucket before…Continue
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It's never ever easy to be a parent, but man, some days are just harder than others, aren't they? And when you're dealing with an overtired child, you're pretty much fighting an unbeatable battle, like a kitten trying to hold its own against a wolverine. Yep, this is exactly how my week began yesterday (as if Mondays weren't bad enough already!)
It had been…Continue
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Teach your baby or toddler about emotions and get your older children involved by using them as your models to…
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By Jennifer Urezzio, Contributor – Spiritual Affairs
It was the day after Christmas. I stopped in the grocery store to pick up some necessities and was confronted with the Season of Love.
Giant pink and red hearts filled the aisle. I was surrounded by heart candies and heart cards and everything one would need to create the Season of Love. And yet, what is truly needed to…Continue
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By Jennifer Urezzio, Contributor – Spiritual Affairs
“You must love yourself before anyone else can…”Continue
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It may not be obvious; financial stress and emotional stress are closely tied together. In providing financial support for single parents, we must also consider emotional support. Stress in any one area of your life often leads to stress in other areas so you need to look at the whole picture of your life. We often focus on only the emotional stress after divorce when in fact, the financial stress can be more damaging to you and your children if not dealt…Continue
Added by Carol Ferguson on July 18, 2011 at 5:33pm — No Comments
The following 7 steps is an excellent guide that provides financial support for single parents. In the midst of all the emotions that are overwhelming you, knowing what to do about your finances may not be at the top of your mind. Worry not, you don’t have to think about it because the list is right here! Just read and check them off as they’re done.
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Those who divorce often experience hateful feelings towards their ex at some point, especially if their partners cheated. Obsessing about what happened as it all unraveled, replaying the disappointments, wounding and shocking betrayals–all leading to horrendous feelings of loss and loneliness. They…Continue
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Author Jean Haner married into a Chinese family and her mother-in-law taught her everything she knew about the ancient art of face reading. After Jean realized that her mother-in-law was not just judging people but was, in fact, correct in her opinion of them, she continued her studies with notable teachers in the ancient Chinese principles of face reading. The ancient Chinese believe that your face reflects who you are, why you think, feel and behave…Continue
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