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Struggles Of Military Parents

How do you parent a child who misses their other parent during a time of deployment? This is a common question military wives (and husbands) ask when they are suddenly single parenting in a military marriage. Deployment and parenting complicate marital matters when one spouse must be away to serve their country for up to 12 months at a time. ...

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Business Ideas For A Stay-At-Home Mom

Anyone with children will agree that taking care of them is a full-time job. They require time, attention, and sacrifice—all of which must be done 24/7 and without sick days. There was a time when mothers could be at-home moms’ without worrying about working because their husbands paid all the bills. Today, this isn’t always the case. Women with children, ...

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A Sad Day For The Small Business Administration

No doubt if you’re a closet wrestling fan (and who isn’t) the name McMahon has been synonymous with the rough and tumble world of what has now been defined as “sports-entertainment,” for countless generations Remarkably no other individual except perhaps for Walt Disney is credited with creating an enduring mythical empire, of real life superheroes and villains, with names like ...

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Trump Wants To Fix Higher Education

The Trump Administration has issued a proposal to reform the Higher Education Act. School loan debt is finally being addressed by President Trump. His new plan may prove helpful for students, and their parents, currently burdened by repayment across the United States. Trump’s new plan includes a revision of the current Student Loan Forgiveness structure which allows individuals working in ...

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Kids and Cash: Teaching Children the Value of Money

“What do you think? Money grows on trees?” I can hear the words of my own mother echoing in my head as I hear my 13-year-old daughter wanting the latest iPhone, or whatever else that isn’t “so last year!” That’s because, despite the fact that the things she wants and “needs” today are ridiculously more expensive than they were when ...

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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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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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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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