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Breathe – A Dad trying to cope with the loss of his Partner and becoming a single parent. – Single Dad, Parents Article

It’s Sunday so it’s time for a bit of Switzerland. The Alps are one of the worlds greatest mountain ranges. Certainly not the tallest but they are big enough. Especially when you get close up to them. But what they do have is a magic. A special atmosphere. A place where it’s still possible to feel small. Humble in the face of nature. A place where you feel a million miles from our vast urban sprawls. Somewhere you can reconnect…

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New Parenting Book Teaches Adults Balance and Encourages Child-Independence – Parents Article

Don’t let this book’s title fool you. While Stephanie Woo is the mother of twins-hence, her title, Raising Your Twins-this book applies to raising any children, whether one or multiple. Her real life parenting tips as well as advice on how to maintain your relationship with your spouse (her husband even chimes in with his own section on this topic) will give you more than enough advice to keep you busy being a better parent, part of which includes learning…

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A Tremendous Desire To Believe In Anything, A Spiderman: Far From Home Review – Single Dad, Parents Article

“God is dead. God remains dead. And we have killed him. How shall we comfort ourselves, the murderers of all murderers? What was holiest and mightiest of all that the world has yet owned has bled to death under our knives: who will wipe this blood off us?” Frederich Nietzsche The Gay Science When it comes to film, I don’t usually think I am entering the world of Philosophy and Religion.  Of course, the film may include religious concepts, or…

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Impact of Parental Opioid Abuse on Children – Parents Article

Those golden years of childhood of endless talking, hanging out with friends, playing games, eating sumptuous meals cooked at home and a carefree existence are hard to forget. But not many children in the United States today, can enjoy the bounties of life. Their happiness and lives are marred by the addiction-related problems of their parents. And in case, both the parents are addicted, the situation can be worse. The opioid epidemic has reached epic proportions and children are severely…

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Adorable Archie stars in two gorgeous royal christening photos – Parents Article

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle may have kept their firstborn Archie Harrison’s royal christening  on July 6 private, but that doesn’t mean fans didn’t get a glimpse of the adorable two-month-old! The new parents shared two photos from the little royal’s big day on their Instagram, @SussexRoyal, showing their little bundle dressed in the family’s traditional christening gown while posing with his parents and close family members. And all we can say is: those cheeks! “The Duke and Duchess of…

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Five Myths About Being a Foster Carer – Parents Article

Although many people speak out about their positive experiences as a foster carer, there are still many untrue myths about the occupation. These range from false ideas of the work involved right through to who is eligible to become a foster carer. Here are some of the main myths and the truth behind them. Firstly, many people believe that you have to be a certain age to be a foster carer. The reality is that there is no ideal age…

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Parenting – The Difference Between Discipline and Punishment – Parents Article

Parents never leave the hospital with their brand new babies and think to themselves, “I need to have a punishment plan for my child.” Nevertheless, as time goes on, parents find that sometimes things don’t go perfectly, and children don’t always act with complete obedience, and so they do more punishing of their children than they would like to be doing. This tends to wear out even the best of parents, but the issue is not one of punishment, but…

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Getting Out the Door With Twins – Twiniversity – Parenting Twins Article

There are a lot of articles on Twiniversity about going outside and doing fun activities with your twins. But we don’t have much advice on how to literally get out the door when you have little twins. This is a subject that often gives me anxiety, even a year after my twins were born! It’s an ever-evolving procedure to get my two boys out of the house in the morning when I’m all by myself. As they grow and gain abilities,…

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An Open Letter to Parents and the Public in General – Parents Article

An open letter to parents of young babies and children who struggle with developmental disorders and people in general. To parents I applaud your courage, tenacity and undying love for your children struggling with developmental disorders or just being children. To people in general, get over yourselves and show some empathy to those that struggle. Breastfeeding and Mommy hood Early this morning I went to the lab to get blood work done. I didn’t have an appointment. So I knew…

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