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Apr06
When Your Child Is A Perfectionist

When Your Child Is A Perfectionist

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My nine year old daughter is a perfectionist.

This past six week marking period she got her first ever B. She stomped up to her room and slammed the door. It hadn’t occurred to me before this that perhaps being a perfectionist had a negative side.

Mar22
17 Ways to Be a Happier Parent

17 Ways to Be a Happier Parent

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I made a conscious effort to figure out what would make me the happiest. What things gave me the most bang for my buck, so to speak. And the rest I just let go. Is there a way to just be happier? Or is the real secret to stop making yourself crazy with the things that don’t matter?

Jan21
Grandparents & the Cycle of Abuse

Grandparents & the Cycle of Abuse

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A mom finds herself and young family pulled into her husband’s family’s cycle of emotional and verbal abuse. She needs practical advice on how to save the relationship with her children’s grandparents, if that is at all possible.

Nov20
8 Ways to Raise Thankful Kids

8 Ways to Raise Thankful Kids

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This is the time of year when we all start to thinks about being thankful. It is the time when we reflect on the past year and consider where we want to go in our lives in the upcoming one. How have you helped your children be thankful for all they are blessed with?

Oct12
23 Exceedingly Helpful Tips For Maintaining Your Sanity While Living With Children

23 Exceedingly Helpful Tips For Maintaining Your Sanity While Living With Children

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I have somehow managed not to run screaming from the house dressed only in my birthday suit. At least, not yet. Here are my tips.

Aug22
Breastfeeding & Rheumatoid Arthritis

Breastfeeding & Rheumatoid Arthritis

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I went off medication so I could have a baby and nurse him for as long as I could. I need to go back on it, but the emotional pain of forced weaning hurts just as much.

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