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Do you Feel Undervalued as a Parent

March 29, 2018

Was raising a child fifty years ago as hard as it is now? Did parents fifty years ago have the same lingering questions that I as a parent have? Maybe so, but I know for sure that working full time and raising a baby has its difficulties. My husband helps out as much as he […]

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Family 2008 the Changing Role of the Father

March 29, 2018

One way to characterize this role evolution would be to say that “Fathers” have changed to “Dads.” As a Baby-Boomer I’ve experienced the alpha and omega of the father’s changing role during the last two generations. I was taught to be a father early on, mostly by my mother by the way, but have ended […]

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How to welcome a Daughter in Law into your Family

March 29, 2018

How do you welcome a daughter-in-law into your family? Just like you welcome a new baby; with love, anxiety and care. The only difference being, while the baby will take some time to respond, a daughter-in-law will reciprocate the moment you make her a part of the family. What is so special about a daughter-in-law? […]

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Family 2008 the Changing Role of the Father

March 28, 2018

Parenthood in the new millennium has evolved into the ultimate team sport. Strength, perseverance, hard work and determination are essential components to success. Central to the prosperity of any team (or in this case family) however, is a balanced and unified approach. The players, in this case mom and dad, must be willing to compromise […]

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Family 2008 the Changing Role of the Mother

March 28, 2018

I am a mother in the year 2008, born in the last half of the seventies I had the pleasure of being a teen in the 1990’s. Coming after the women’s movement, and Woodstock I have a rather strange take on parenting. There isn’t any right or wrong answers, instead it’s all about choices and […]

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Family 2008 the Changing Role of the Father

March 28, 2018

The chance for an illegitimate parent to spend time with their children has become more strenuous than the past ventures of parenthood. The deranged mindset of the illegitimate person falls onto the responsibility of their opposing peer for reconciliation with the lives of their children. With laws of required documentation such as birth certificates and […]

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Time Saving Tips for Moms

March 28, 2018

Whether you have one child or more the daily tasks of making meals, washing clothes, making boo boos better, and making time for yourself can be just a wee bit overwhelming. Here are ten time-saving tips for moms: Shopping List Have you scrambled to find something to put on the table? Plan all of your […]

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Top 5 Ways to Make a Child Feel Special

March 28, 2018

It is important to openly communicate, through words and actions, how very special your child is, not only to build a strong relationship between you, but also to instill the self-assurance it takes for your child to navigate his world with confidence. Ways to make a child feel special: Listen Giving your child your undivided attention and […]

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Why you should Encourage your Kids to go to a Technical College

March 28, 2018

The writing is on the wall; it’s as plain as day for anyone that chooses to look and read it. We are moving into a time where technical expertise is more important that reading, writing, music, art, medicine, law, or even politics. And when something is considered more important than other things, its value goes […]

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How to help your Teen Battle Peer Pressure

March 28, 2018

As the majority of parents who have raised teenagers can attest, most teens will be affected by peer pressure, both positive and negative, at some point during adolescence. Driven by a natural desire to fit in, to be accepted, and to find their place in the world, it’s common for teenagers to be influenced by […]

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