Relationships

Divorces, or in some cases deaths, are always painful and emotionally taxing to children. Children who have witnessed relatively messy divorces may become mistrustful or suspicious of new parent figures. Also, their loyalties may be split between a new parent figure and their biological parent. This is why introducing a new member of the family may not always be as easy as buying a telecaster for sale. For one, children may not always be accepting of having two moms or

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Most parents would probably agree that the most difficult stage of parenting is at puberty or during the teenage years of the children.  It is usually at this time when children start to edge their way into independence and assert their own personality. Issues that involve changes in the body, going out with friends or boys sometimes require parenting advice to be tackled properly.  But, there is a simpler way to minimize differences or conflicts between a parent and a

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The air is filled with holiday cheer and everyone’s busy preparing for Christmas Eve.  By now, almost all homes are bedecked with trimmings and twinkling lights.  There are also more people flocking the malls and bazaars; all with Christmas lists on hand.  Check everyone’s calendar and you’ll most likely find all weekends penned in with family reunions, get-together with friends, and corporate gatherings.  Oh, yeah, December really is the busiest time of the year. Family reunions are what most people

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“A good marriage is made in Heaven,” a wit once said. Even the findings of early psychologists, such as Freud, turned the face to read, “Good marriages are made in bed.” Clever as the remarks may be in-depth research studies show that a satisfactory marriage is a fine art requiring skills, sensitivity and knowledge. Almost anyone can get married if he or she wants, but the real test comes in staying married gracefully, in growing emotionally and mentally as result

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