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It's the dirtiest word in single motherhood. "Child Support." If you look at the word simply, it means "Supporting Your Child". But often times when heard, it takes on all kinds of other ugly misreadings. "Gold-digging". "Entrapment". "Control". In a few instances, perhaps there's some truth to that. But more often than not, it is ... Read More »
Dear Teenagers, I know this is hard to believe, But we ALL were you once. We. Were. YOU. We were Right, we were Cool, we were Confused. We knew everything, haha. We were lost, and alone. Except we weren't. And Neither. ... Read More »
Being a good parent is not an easy job to do. You are responsible for so many things, including health, development, emotional well-being, physical activity of your kids, to name but a few. It’s natural that you want all the best ... Read More »
For too long I’ve let what my ex-husband and his new wife think about me bother me. All I wanted was for the kids to see us all get along and to bring them up in a peaceful and accepting environment. But it seemed that the more I ... Read More »
Why do we put up with less than respectful behavior from our children’s father when we could just as easily drag them into court and let the law serve justice? I’ve heard some crazy stories about how some of you ladies (and men) ... Read More »
Liz Murray, a woman whose parents were addicted to drugs and left her at a young age to fend for herself. At just the age of 13, Liz was homeless and starving. She slept in stairwells and shoplifted food to survive. However, she ... Read More »
Every year when I show up for my annual physical, I get the same intake form with the usual, standard questions, mostly asking if any of my existing information has changed, my current address, medical insurance provider, etc. But ... Read More »