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9 Self Sabotaging Behaviors That Are Stealing Your Happiness – Single Mum, Parents Article

A lot of people wonder why they are unhappy and often the key to their own unhappiness is something that we call self sabotaging behaviors. If you are wondering what in the world I am talking about let’s first get into what self sabotaging behaviors are that way you can understand why they are keeping you unhappy and most importantly how you can stop them.Self sabotaging behaviors creates problems in daily life and interferes with long-standing goals.Now I am going…

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Why I do my best not to post political things on Facebook – Foster Parents Article

Have you noticed over the past few years — pretty much since the 2016 election, that we as a people and we as a church — have become dichotomized.  It is more and more distressing when nearly every single issue becomes an either/or proposition and the opposites seem to be even more polarized.   Every issue becomes political and somehow within that there seems to be some guilt cast from one side or the other, particularly when it comes to…

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Are Fancy Pregnancy Leggings Worth It? We review Glowe. – Parents Article

(c) GLOWE CollectionShould you or should you not get fancy maternity leggings? I had this question when looking from the options, but thankfully I was saved from making the choice when I was offered a pair of speciality, high quality leggings for review. I also received some cheaper, regular leggings as hand-me-downs to have something to compare.  I wore through the cheap ones in a couple of weeks before I had the courage to unwrap the smooth, heavy package of…

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A Memorial Day Remembrance For 2020 – Single Dad, Parents Article

When it comes to writing, storytelling represents my favorite aspect of it. I love to have people delve deeply into my stories and come out with some larger appreciation at the end. Hopefully they will laugh a lot, cry a little, and maybe moved to emotion or three by the time they reach the end. But even amidst all the stories I tell, some feel harder to write than others. They represent the most personal of stories. And yet those…

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Parenting Young Adults by Nicole Smith – Single Mum, Parents Article

With recent events, I have seen a slew of helpful resources for parents of young children who have transitioned to working from home and how to adjust. However, parents of young adults, especially those 18 – 22, are overlooked even though we have a unique set of challenges. Having to navigate through this pandemic with a young adult proves difficult because they are still our children, but old enough to make their own decisions. I like to call our young…

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Why Children Misbehave at Home After a Day at School – Parents Article

I am often contacted by desperate parents in September or October who say “Help! My child has turned into a demon at home, but school say they are brilliant all day and behave really well, what have I done wrong?”. The presumption here is that the parents must have done something wrong to cause the poor behaviour, because school aren’t having the same issue. In a sense they’re correct, the behaviour is because of something they’ve done, but not in…

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

Sorry having to milk the red flowers. They don’t last long and then that’s it for another year. Sadly shopping comes round much more frequently. Another weekend shopping experience to be quickly forgotten. Yes we are always thankful to get some stuff. Things like bathroom rolls (toilet paper) and soap are getting easier to find. Finally some popcorn. Ok it’s just salty but we can add honey to it. But then the inner grump comes out in me. So many…

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Dallas Restaurants Are Allowed to Open at 50 Percent Capacity Today – Single Mum, Parents Article

With Gov. Greg Abbott’s announcement on Monday that bars will be allowed to reopen today at 25 percent capacity, also came the news that restaurants would be permitted to bump their capacity from 25 percent to 50. Many restaurants are adopting their own approaches, staying cautious as they play the delicate game of controlling variables in what is a complex equation. What’s clear is that even for seasoned restaurateurs, the gradual roll-out opening is like no other opening they’ve had…

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