Tuesday , 27 June 2017

The One Phrase I Wish We Could Ban From Mom Conversations

My good friend is a single mother. Her days are as intricately plotted as a military operation: get up, nurse the baby while the pre-schooler watches a show, make breakfast, dress them both, pack lunches, get herself dressed and ready for work while the kids watch another show, drop one child at day care and the other at nursery school, …

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Breastfeeding Does Not Equal Success In Motherhood

It’s 6 p.m. on a Monday. I’m wheeling my shrieking baby across the store. We power-walk to the very back aisle. I’m looking over my shoulder the entire time. Had any employee been around, they probably would have suspected shoplifting. We finally make it to the right aisle. I cautiously look around once more and enter quickly. Relief. I didn’t run into anyone I know. …

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When Anxiety Presents as Anger, Not Fear

I have been anxious for as long as I can remember. I grew from an awkward and anxious child to an awkward and anxious adult. As a teenager I was diagnosed with anxiety and depression, but it was only as an adult that I learned more about what it actually means to be anxious. Having anxiety doesn’t just mean being nervous or …

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No, My Child Is Not Too Old For That, Thank You Very Much

  “How long is shegoing to do that for?” someone asked of my still-breastfeeding 2-year-old. “Isn’t she getting a little old?” No, but thank you for asking. “She’s still not potty trained, huh?” someone remarked about my just-turned-3-year-old. “Isn’t she getting too old for diapers?” No, but thanks for your concern. I can’t count how many times I’ve heard people …

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15 Alkaline Foods that Prevent Obesity, Cancer, and Heart Disease

Junk and processed food change the pH levels in your body. As a consequence, there is a distortion in the immune system, which leads to health disorders like cancer, obesity and heart disease. The Best 15 Alkaline Foods on the Planet 1. Spinach Spinach can eliminate free radicals, improve your memory, and keep your heart strong by being rich in …

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The Internet Is Loving How This Guy Handles His Girlfriend’s Anxiety

Mental illness is a part of life that many of us still don’t understand or know how to talk about. And even though anxiety disorders remain the most common form of mental illness in the country, the stigma society has created continues to make it difficult for those affected by them to ask for help and open up about their daily …

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See Gorgeous Photos of Moms Breastfeeding Their Toddlers

An Illinois photographer is shining a positive light on nursing through babyhood and beyond. In a series of photos titled “I Breastfeed My Toddler” (and in her forthcoming book, Breastfeeding Goddesses), Ivette Ivens beautifully captured the complicated, visceral side of breastfeeding, how it can make you feel powerful and nurturing and serene — often all at the same time. Moms …

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Dr. Andrew Moulden: Learning to identify vaccine damage

Dr. Andrew Moulden wanted every parent in the world to know about the harmful effects of vaccines. His desire was that everyone would reject the use of vaccines after examining the evidence of the harm they cause. The evidence that I gathered from Dr. Moulden’s teachings and shared in the previous three articles in this series about vaccine damage was …

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