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Risks of Advanced Maternal Age

March 31, 2018

Getting pregnant can be very exciting. It can also be very scary if you are of advanced maternal age, which is 35 years old, and over. There are a lot of risks that a woman takes when she gets pregnant after she is 35 years old. The risk of having a baby with Down syndrome […]

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Risks of Advanced Maternal Age

March 31, 2018

More and more women choose to wait with having children until they are well into their thirties. It is estimated that about 20% of all first-time mothers in the US are over 35 years of age. What are the risks during pregnancy and birth for an “older” woman? What can she do to prevent having […]

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What are the Pros and Cons of Single Motherhood

March 31, 2018

As a single mother, you should be proud of what you have achieved and focus on the well-being of your child. By shifting the energy from things that do not work to the future opportunities, the single mother can empower her child and create a better future for herself. The pros of single motherhood A […]

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What is Advanced Maternal Age

March 31, 2018

Women today are waiting later on in life to start a family. When women are in their 20’s they are focused on careers and being on the social scene. Marriage and kids are far from their minds. When a woman reaches the age of 35, she is considered advanced maternal age. What this means is […]

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Essential Travel Accessories for Children

March 31, 2018

There is nothing like going on a great adventure with a child or children. It could be going on a flight to another city or country, taking a ride on a train, or simply piling into the car for a day trip. It can be a very memorable experience, especially if a few items for […]

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Family 2008 the Changing Role of the Mother

March 30, 2018

The perfect wife and mother of the 1950’s has retired. In her place is a new mother who looks much more like an Amazon warrior than June Cleaver. She is physically strong, intelligent, a leader, and a fierce warrior. No longer does the phrase “Wait til your father gets home” strike fear in the hearts […]

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Mothers Support Group Benefits

March 30, 2018

Few responsibilities require as much sacrifice as that of motherhood.  Whether you raise one child, or many, you will devote countless hours to caring for basic needs, teaching a multitude of life lessons, and worrying about a long list of issues that you never imagined existed.  Meanwhile, you may lose touch with many of your […]

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How to Find Parenting Resources in your Town or Community

March 30, 2018

Most communities have a wide variety of parenting resources, which can help you learn about issues facing your child and connect with other parents. You cannot take advantage of these resources if you do not know about them, however. The following tips can help you locate such valuable tools. Ask other parents you know The […]

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Family 2008 the Changing Role of the Father

March 30, 2018

The role of the father has been changes for years and in 2008 it is changing for the better with the availability of more choices for fathers. The role of the father will continue to change until the end of time, hopefully for the better. No more does the father carry the full burden of […]

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Causes and Effects of the Dysfunctional Family

March 29, 2018

The rules or characteristics of dysfunction have changed over the past generations. A home without a father was automatically considered  a dysfunctional family during the decades of the fifties and sixties. Now we have many homes with more than one father, yet we still label that as a dysfunctional family. Can a family function and […]

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