A child’s confidence is their biggest weapon in this world and no one has more power to shape this tool than their mother. Starting as babies, we help shape our children’s confidence and give them the tools they need to strengthen and use it. Let’s face it. We are raising our children in a very ... Read More »
Dating Advice and Tips
I am ready to start dating again, but how? Now that I am out there, what next? Am I ready for this?
These and many other questions and emotions are addressed through informative yet touching articles on various topics. After divorce, separation or being alone and ready for a relationship, dating can be an unfamiliar and frightening concept . This time something is very different, we now have more than ourselves to worry about, we have our children. Finding out more about unpleasant encounters, handling new relationships, introducing your children, dating advice and tips and so much more can help make our next dating experience a wonderful new adventure.
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There are two kinds of fear. Fear of real harm and fear of failure but all too often we let both kinds control us the same way. You wouldn’t run head first into a burning building right? What about taking a chance on a lifelong dream even though you know you’re probably too old at this point to ... Read More »
A relationship, it’s what we’re all looking for, right? I spent a lot of time in my twenties daydreaming about being in a relationship that would turn into a marriage and kids and so on and so on. I wanted to be with a really attractive man who could give me a secure relationship. Security in all ... Read More »
I recently read an article advising a single mother who was disappointed with her lack of a dating life to focus on dating men who were single fathers because they’ll be more acceptable of her single mom status. Apparently there’s a lot of people out there who think they’re a much more suitable ... Read More »
Remember the days of that sizzling hot/heart-thumping/I’ve never felt this way before/best sex you’ve ever had in your life/can’t eat, can’t sleep, “can’t live without” relationship that you had? Census bureau says it probably turned into a baby, or two...or three. And that, like it or not, is ... Read More »
Do you ever feel that despite how hard you work your life is still lacking something? Something that is keeping you from reaching your full potential? I struggle a lot with feeling unappreciated and unloved for all that I have to give, especially lately. I’m always questioning myself if going back ... Read More »
There are lots of different things we can do or say that others might consider a demonstration of love. But in order for something to be considered a genuinely loving act, it has to come from the right place. For instance, you might think you're doing something loving by being the peacemaker in ... Read More »
You’ve finally met someone that you really like, and you want to make him part of your life. But when it comes to your kids, you’re protective. The last thing you want is a revolving door of men in their lives, particularly when they’ve already been through so much if they’ve gone through a ... Read More »
Do you ever fear that your existence is temporary? That you’ll be forgotten once you leave this world? Such a sad thought, isn’t it? I once had a close friend tell me that their biggest fear in life is that once they die, that’s it. That they will just fade into nothingness and their life will be ... Read More »
I think I could probably walk into a job making about $10/hr with my background in hospitality and rooms operation. So if I worked full time at a local hotel, I might bring home $400/week before taxes. The cost of before and after school care for three children – which I would need to work a day ... Read More »