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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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01/17/2013
Taking a Difficult Situation and Making Lemonade I'm reflecting today on the many events that have impacted my life over the past year and wanted to share with you what an incredible man I have in my life. My husband has two siblings who have had "issues" with their father over the past few years. More >>

Tags: Adult Child-ParentAttitudeDisrespectFamily/Relationships - Adult Child/ParentFamily/Relationships - FamilyFatherMarriageParentingRelationshipsRelativesSiblings
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12/17/2012
How to Survive a (Family-Style) Holiday Vacation For some, family holidays mean one thing: run the other way! Here are some ideas that will help make holiday family time happy, not horrific. More >>

Tags: ChildrenChristmasHolidaysHusbands and WivesKidsMarriageParentingrelationshipRelativesSiblings
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12/06/2012
My Nephew Gets It I was visiting my mother recently while my 8-year-old nephew and 6-year-old niece (brother and sister) were also at her house playing. Mother and I were in the living room when the kids came walking in, arguing again as siblings do. More >>

Tags: Child's humorHumorRelationshipsRelativesSiblings
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11/05/2012
Twenty Things Teachers Don't Need to Know About Your Kids Fall is when many moms are busy making a list of all the things every teacher should know about their child....The fact is teachers don't need to know how special, needy, wonderful, talkative, sweet, quiet, smart or moody our kids are. More >>

Tags: ParentingRelationshipsRelativesSibling rivalrySiblings
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10/30/2012
Living Up to Grandma's Example When I was turning 6-years-old I was lucky enough to go to Sweden... We visited our Swedish relatives, and my birthday happened to fall while we were in Stockholm. During that stay, two things happened that are etched into my memory. More >>

Tags: AttitudeBehaviorMannersPerspectiveRead On-AirRelativesSiblingsValues
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10/29/2012
Sibling Rivalry I must have been about 13 when my father and I were taking a drive and I mentioned to him something about life being fair...or needing to be in my opinion. He looked right at me as he always did when he wanted to impart some worldly wisdom and asked me whoever said life was supposed to be fair? More >>

Tags: ParentingRelationshipsRelativesSibling rivalrySiblings
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10/01/2012
Mommy Likes Me Best! - 6 Ways to Avoid the Favoritism Trap Which one of your children do you love the most? I know what you're thinking: 'You don't ASK parents that! We're not supposed to have favorites.' But do you really walk the talk?... More >>

Tags: FamilyKidsParentingRaising childrenRelationshipsRelativesSiblingssisters
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09/24/2012
To Be a Younger Sibling My younger sister had to be scrappy. In our loud family, she was either going to get lost or have to fight hard to be heard as the baby or four girls, which is what she did... More >>

Tags: FamilyKidsParentingRaising childrenRelationshipsRelativesSiblingssisters
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08/29/2012
Parents Playing Financial Favorites A lot of siblings are treated differently by their parents, and the reason is simple: people are human. Parents often either show more attention to the kid who is easier to get along with, or they end up giving more attention to the kid who's a pain in the butt because they're trying to straighten them out. And this can cause problems. More >>

Tags: BudgetFinancesParentingPersonal ResponsibilityRelativesSibling rivalrySiblings
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