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My Friend's Mom Drives Her Crazy!

I'm a Mom of grown children. Some of them I gave birth to, some of them blended in later. I would love to have a good relationship with every single one of them, every single chance. But it isn't that easy.

So what I would like to know is what your friend would tell her Mother if there was no chance of anger, drama or hurt feelings. We all talk about our Moms - it's the nature of our friendships. What have you heard that keeps the loving relationship from being…

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Added by Judi Moore on September 10, 2012 at 10:03am — No Comments

I Could Use A Reality Check - Topic: Positive vs Negative Thinking

I'm bringing this question to my virtual audience because I'm trying not to get my lunch friends all riled up!

History: I broke my leg on Memorial Day and was just released by the Dr last week. He said to keep babying it some until it stops hurting; maybe another month of support when driving or on longer walks.

I think of myself as a very optimistic and positive person, stopping just short of "Pollyanna". I think that my healing during these past few months was helped by my…

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Added by Judi Moore on August 14, 2012 at 5:30pm — 3 Comments

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