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Monthly Archives: February 2019

How to Help Your Kids Kick Bad Habits

Bad habits aren’t always easy to break. It doesn’t matter who suffers from the ailment, it is still going to be an uphill battle when attempting to cut the habit. Our children typically either create nasty habits on their own or they pick up the bad habits of others. Be it talking with their mouths full or smoking, they are ...

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Jason Momoa on Girl Scout Boxes Sets a Bad Example

The Girl Scouts of America promotes character, dignity among females, and good citizenship. Young girls all over America are encouraged to join the organization to further the improvement of their self-esteem and their respect for themselves and others. With such an important role in a young girl’s life, it was pretty surprising to see that the organization approved of a ...

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When Expectations Collide With Reality

We love our children and would love to believe that the dedication, passion, and commitment that we give them will someday be returned or appreciated. We hope that our love for them will be stored in their psyche and will become relevant the moment we need them to show us the same love and dedication that we have given them ...

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Should Parents Have the Right to Refuse Life-Saving Vaccines?

The country is currently struggling with six outbreaks of measles that are very contagious and potentially life-threatening to young children. The outbreaks have occurred in children under the age of 10 — with the majority of the cases involving children who were unvaccinated. Luckily, measles is preventable with the aid of certain vaccines, but many parents are refusing to get ...

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Sandmann Sues Washington Post for $250M

The Washington Post is facing a $250 million defamation lawsuit brought by the family of Nicholas Sandmann, the 16-year-old MAGA-hat-wearing high school student who stood his ground at the Lincoln Memorial when a native American elder approached him during a conversationless video-recorded standoff. The lawsuit alleges that WaPo “targeted and bullied” Sandmann after video of the confrontation went public to ...

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Motherhood is Becoming Redefined by Social Media

There’s nothing easy about being a mother in a society that thrives on the images captured on social media. Instagram and Facebook provide a platform for mothers who share images of themselves as carefree individuals, with happy husbands, and healthy kids who can do no wrong. Did I mention these mothers are also great cooks? They are so amazing that ...

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Dolphin Midwives Making A Splash

The video title was irresistible… “Birth underwater with dolphins midwives.” I took the plunge and watched it. A haunting and contemplative piano set the mood for something you don’t see every day: a woman giving birth to her baby while standing in water up to her neck — all while being filmed by an underwater camera. Yes, there was a ...

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The Turn Off Your Smartphone Challenge

A just-released scientific study conducted by Carnegie Mellon University and Telefonica concludes turning off your notifications on your smart-phone for 24 hours will noticeably improve your concentration, reduce anxiety and improve your stress level. This, in turn, may help you think more clearly, provided you don’t “freak-out” at the mere thought of actually shutting off your smartphone notifications. If you ...

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How To Protect Your Kid’s Skin

Do you know what your body’s biggest organ is? It’s not your heart, your lungs, or even your liver – it’s your skin! That’s right, your skin is a living breathing organ, and you are never too young to start a regimen to keep it healthy for years to come. When I asked my daughter back when she was about ...

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What Is Etiquette and How Do you Teach It to Your Children?

When I was growing up all those years ago, just like the parents on TV, my mother wore a dress while she did the house cleaning and my father a shirt and tie to the dinner table. Oh and don’t forget if there was ever any doubt about how to handle any social situation there was the “Miss Manners” column ...

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