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02/07/2013
Working with My Brothers to Aid our Mother My mother developed dementia and memory problems, and since I'm the only one in the same town, it was up to me to care for her. However, I included my brothers in all decisions and we worked together to get the best health care and living conditions she could afford. More >>

Tags: Adult Child-ParentBehaviorFamilyFamily/Relationships - Adult Child/ParentFamily/Relationships - FamilyHealth careHelpingRelaltivesRelationshipsRelativesSiblingsTaking care of parents
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02/06/2013
My Baby Daughter Has You to Thank for her Stay-at-Home Mom Today was supposed to be my first day back to work after four months of maternity leave, but I didn't go. More >>

Tags: CareerChildrenFamilyFinancesJobMarriageParentingRelationshipsRelativesSAHMSAHM stay-at-home momWorking
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02/06/2013
The Growing Narcissism of Our Culture We work at combating child narcissism in many ways. My 16-year-old daughter did not have a cell phone for years, and only received one with no access to the Internet this past year for Christmas, after she turned 16. More >>

Tags: Bible studyChildrenFaithFamilyGodHomeschoolHomeschoolingMental HealthNarcissismParentingRelativesReligionValues
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02/05/2013
The Importance of Moms Taking Time for Themselves It is critical you take the time to eat healthy. For one, if you don't, your children won't either. Then when they are in their teens, Taco Bell will be their best friend and your worst enemy. So it's a lose-lose situation for everyone. More >>

Tags: Eat Less-Move MoreEating healthyExerciseFamilyHealthHomeschoolHomeschoolingHusbands and WivesIntimacyMothersParentingRelativesSex
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02/05/2013
From Working Mom to At-Home Mom Who Works There I am very ashamed to say that I was the ultimate feminista. How bad was it? REALLY BAD!! Seventeen years ago my oldest daughter was born on a Thursday. My career was SOOOO important that I was back to work on Monday. More >>

Tags: CareerChildrenDivorceFamilyFeministaJobParentingRead On-AirRelativesSAHM stay-at-home momSocial IssuesValuesWork from HomeWorking from home
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02/04/2013
Six Big Reasons to Go Organic Controversy arose earlier this year when Stanford University published a study which suggested that organic fruits and vegetables may not be as healthful as touted by the pro-organic community. More >>

Tags: Eat Less-Move MoreEating healthyFamilyHealthRelatives
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02/01/2013
Big Things Come in Small Packages Some parents try to create their child's life instead of letting it happen naturally. As a parent sometimes you need to let the child lead you. Just because he is a child doesn't mean the parent can't learn from him. More >>

Tags: AttitudeBehaviorChildrenCompassionFamilyGodHomeschoolHomeschoolingParentingPatienceRelativesReligionValues
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01/23/2013
After All These Years At dinner recently, I told my husband I loved being his wife and girlfriend. He looked at me and said "You're not my girlfriend..." More >>

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12/17/2012
Safe Holiday Tech Gadgets: Five Things Every Parent Should Do Because Santa's elves need help, you may have asked your children to create a holiday wish list, and if your kids are like mine, there's at least one technological gadget on their list this year. Whatever the gadget is, if it connects to the Internet, there are five things you need to do before giving it to your child. More >>

Tags: Christmas presentsFamilyHolidaysInternetInternet-MediaInternet/MediaiPhoneKidsParentingRaising kidsRelationshipsRelativesSocial MediaTechnology
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11/26/2012
What to Do When You Learn Your Child Has Cyberbullied When you first find out that your child has been involved in a cyberbullying incident as the perpetrator, your first responsibility as a parent is helping your child learn from their mistake. You will be successful at doing just that by holding your child accountable for their actions and making sure they understand the consequences of those actions... More >>

Tags: FamilyInternet-MediaInternet/MediaKidsParentingRaising kidsRelationshipsRelativesSocial MediaTechnology
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