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Monthly Archives: January 2019

Hunting With Your Kids Builds Character and Survival Skills

Every parent knows that involving children in sports is great for them. It builds character, responsibility, and sportsmanship. It’s also a great opportunity to bond and share experiences with your child. Hunting is no exception. In fact, the very lessons that we hope our children, gain on the athletic field are learned many times over “in the field” while hunting. ...

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Body Odor Or Discrimination?

We’ve all been on the receiving end of a funky odor that sometimes comes whiffing past our nostrils in a crowded elevator or while sitting on public transportation — the unmistakable smell of terrible hygiene. Last week, passengers on an American Airlines flight apparently experienced that same nauseating odor emanating from a couple and their young daughter on a Miami-to-Detroit ...

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Midlife And Infidelity – Why Some Men Cheat

From Bill Clinton to David Letterman, to Bill Cosby – there seems to be no lack of men at midlife being caught with their pants down. The rampant headlines of this affair or that, begs the age-old question: Why do men cheat? And does midlife really have anything to do with it? There has long been speculation that men are ...

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Top Five Ways to Add a Little Spice to Your Valentine’s Day

The lights are down, the tree has been put away, so that means Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. What is the most important gift you can give your significant other this Valentine’s? Most relationship experts agree it is the same one that works best all year long, but is especially important during the Holiday of Romance. Give him ...

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3 Reasons Why Parents Should Smile More Often At Their Children

It’s not only good for their social development, but it’s also beneficial to their physical health. The cheapest investment a parent can make in their child’s future is smiling more each day. The other day I was lurking a friend’s profile picture and reading the comments. One of the posts could have been a statement said to me: “Smile! You’d ...

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Heartless Poachers Slaughter Sleeping Mother Bear And Her Cubs

There are some things in life that are simply evil, and while this act certainly doesn’t rise to the level of historical events such as the carnage inflicted during WWII, or the senseless mass-shootings infecting our nation, it nevertheless illustrates the dark-side of human-nature. Andrew Renner, 41, along with his 18-year old son, Owen were sentenced Tuesday over the poaching of ...

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We Have Lost The War On Fatty Foods And Dairy

Say goodbye to apples and fat-free milk and hello to artery-clogging triple cheese macaroni and pounds of salty butter, thanks to the new all-American school diet. Recently, Bloomberg Businessweek published an article that shared how the Department of Agriculture is throwing out the Obama-era school nutrition standards and replacing it with a dairy-filled diet that would make any cow run ...

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Gladys Knight Responds to Backlash for Singing National Anthem at Super Bowl

Please allow me to preface this article with a quick observation between legendary songbird Gladys Knight, and former lackluster quarterback Colin Kaepernick (a legend within his own mind.) Legendary songbird Gladys Knight’s acceptance to sing at the 2019 Super Bowl is indicative of who she is as a person. She’s from a generation who were grateful to have been born ...

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Your Child Is Autistic: What Now?

My personal history with autism started with my son’s diagnosis of Asperger’s Syndrome at age 5. He’s 27 now, and I write this for the benefit of those parents who are coming to terms with the recent discovery that their child is autistic. The mind races, the heart pounds, and the tears flow, trying to figure out what to do ...

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