Tuesday , 24 October 2017

What Happens When You Give A Mother Touch-Free Time

A year ago I wrote “Why A Mother Doesn’t Want To Be Touched.” In it, I discussed how my wife sometimes gets “touched out.” We had three small children (8, 5, and 11 months) at that time, and after having them cling to her all day, she wanted nothing but to sit alone without anyone tugging at her body. This placed …

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Stop Calling My Breastfeeding Son a ‘Boob Guy’

There’s something I’ve been wanting to talk about for awhile. I’ve been wanting to get off my chest, to set the record straight before I lose it on some random stranger or a distant family member with boundary issues. So, here it goes: My son is not a “boob guy.” You heard me. My son doesn’t breastfeed because he’s “obsessed with …

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Hydrogen Peroxide and Cancer: This is What You Must know!

As much as we try to protect ourselves from cancer and keep it bay, the society we live in makes this task difficult and even impossible to carry out.  This doesn’t surprise us anymore, given that cancer is in GMO pesticide DNA seed designs, sun block lotions, cosmetics, shampoos, and toothpastes.  It may be lurking in your pantry, your medicine …

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Video: Mom’s going strong breastfeeding 8 years straight

Leanne Allerton is a mother who has a youtube channel where she regularly shares her feelings and opinions on breastfeeding. And the video below, which is an update, has gotten over 1 million views. “I post breastfeeding videos when I feel like talking about things, because there will always be someone out there who is going through the same thing.You get …

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I Have To Keep A Neat House Because Clutter Triggers My Anxiety

I get this itch every few months to trash or donate about half the things we own. I look around and all I see are unused toys, mismatched pieces of Tupperware, clothes that don’t fit, and wires belonging to god-knows-what electronic device that is probably broken or lost. It’s the same itch I feel when it’s the end of the …

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Let’s Give Our Kids Some Freedom At Grandma And Grandpa’s House

Do you remember your grandparents? I very clearly remember mine. I have fabulous memories of pancakes on Saturdaymornings with gobs of butter and syrup. I fondly recall watching too many cartoons, playing penny poker, and secret candy hand-offs. These are memories that are very special to me — they were days when I felt like I had a silly sort of freedom …

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Disney Unveils Lighthouse To Honor Little Boy Who Died In Tragic Accident

The lighthouse serves as a symbol of a life lost and hope for the future Most of us remember Lane Graves, an adorable two-year-old boy, who was killed last year by an alligator when his family was visiting Walt Disney World. The boy and his four-year-old sister and his parents were standing in a foot of water on the Seven Seas Lagoon …

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Stop Telling Parents Of Black Children That Racism Doesn’t Exist

Proctor and Gamble takes on racism in its new ad — and is met with outrage. Proctor and Gamble has released an ad that’s been met with praise — and also outrage. The two-minute ad depicts black parents — in various times from past to present, and in various stages of their child’s life — addressing the racism they may …

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