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One habit that women seem to never grow out of when it comes to dating is analyzing a man’s texting habits! Before you try to break down another word or lack thereof in his message, read this. I’ll admit, I used to be one of those women who would search the internet and consult my closest friends to find a meaning in every message a ... Read More »
I was recently reading an article about a culture where when children misbehave, as part of their punishment, they have to sit surrounded by the rest of the people of the community and listen as each person praises them for the ... Read More »
Did you know that there are girls as young as 6 suffering from eating disorders? And I’m not talking about diseases and disorders that are inherited or unpreventable. I’m talking about little 6 year olds looking in the mirror and ... Read More »
When you are dating someone, it’s very important to keep your attention centered on yourself. Of course you’re excited and your head is up in the clouds when you’re with someone you like but it’s easy to let your attention and ... Read More »
Ladies, why is it so hard to find love? And even harder as a single mother? Why is it hard to keep a relationship from falling apart once you’re in one? Why is it hard to have hope after being hurt? These are all questions that ... Read More »
We’ve all heard it before. That single moms have “baggage”. How does that make you feel? Un-dateable? Un-lovable? Does it make you feel like something is wrong with you and that you’ll never get a good guy because none of them ... Read More »
Many parents strictly regulate or monitor their children’s electonics, but how often have we examined our own technology use? Could our devices be hurting our parenting? Lately, there has been an increasing awareness about the ... Read More »