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Save The Drama For Your Mama

Because I have 3 daughters the drama in this house is way too much. Yes, I'm assuming and yes, I'm generalizing. Two things no one should do. But, I don't have sons (obviously), so you Mamas of boys please tell me: is there this much drama all the time with your boys?!

There is an unprecedented amount of screaming and crying in this house. And I'm not talking about mine (although that is a record high). Nor am I referring to the speaking-in-a-very-loud-voice screaming. (There…

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Added by Trish Bittman on March 6, 2010 at 12:56pm — 1 Comment

It's Not You It's Me

I was reading San Diego Momma's blog this morning and her post really resonated with me and got me thinking. (Thank you, Deb for inspiring my post today).

Deb's blog was about boundaries and not being able to set them. Not being able to say no. She also wrote about the inability to stand up for herself when a man had gone too far. This is the part that…

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Added by Trish Bittman on March 4, 2010 at 8:17pm — No Comments

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