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Rediscovering Yourself After Divorce

It’s no secret that divorce is one of the most traumatic events you can go through in life, from the early days of deciding to split, through to the legalities and then, after the dust has settled, piecing your life back together again. This is especially true if you...

Does Practicing Yoga for Sex Benefit Your Stamina?

Do you think yoga is a tad overrated? Well, you might change your opinion once you read this article. Yoga, as you know, has so much goodness to offer. From, weight loss to heart health, it does it all. But, we bet you did not know that it can amp up your sex life....

5 Common Questions to Keep in Mind When Considering Surrogacy

A few decades ago, many people were still getting used to the idea of using a surrogate. Fast forward to 2019, and surrogacy, an assisted reproductive process to help more people have the families they desire, is much more prevalent across the country.  The Council...

Putting Myself First Ended My Relationship

11 years ago, I made a really hard decision - one that impacted my little family. I decided to put myself first and end my relationship of 8 years. I was in a very unhappy relationship with my son’s father. It didn’t start off that way. We dated a few months and I...

Kids and Divorce: The News is Better Than You Think

Spoiler alert: according to award-winning, research-based article “Is Divorce Bad for Children” published in Scientific American: “Divorce affects most children in the short run, but research suggests that kids recover rapidly after the initial blow.” If you’ve been...

5 Must-Know Tips to Survive (and Thrive) as a Work-From-Home-Mom with Twin Toddlers

I always dreamed of working from home with my kids. Make money and not miss my kids growing up? Sign me up! And once I had twins, it became more of a need over a dream. No one wants to pay for twins in daycare! When I first started working at home, my twins were 2...

From Darkness to Light: Surviving An Abusive Relationship

Hurt. Confused. Lonely. Scared. Numb. Depressed. The list could go on and on when examining the emotions I felt from my past relationship. I can remember my mind spinning, constantly questioning if my relationship with my then-husband would ever get better if I could...

How to Use Telehealth to Support Relationships

Relationships can be tricky. Whether you are dealing with love relationships, friendships, family relationships, or relationships with co-workers, problems frequently arise between two or more people. How you handle those problems individually and together will...

7 Tips to Overcome Kid’s Dental Fear

Life with kids can be fun but it comes with a lot of challenges. As a parent, you’re required to introduce your children to new experiences. Some of them can be really uncomfortable like the trip to the dentist. If you have kids, you probably know that it’s important...

A New Year’s Resolution To Keep: 5 Ways To Teach Kids About Social Justice in 2019

As parents, we like to shield our kids from pain and keep the magic alive as long as we can. Children have a strong sense of fairness and injustice—rather than shielding them from reality, we should teach them to look at the world around them through the...

5 Ways Disabled Parents Can Prepare for a Baby

Any parent will tell you that having a baby is a life-changing experience. Suddenly, the everyday routine you were so comfortable with is completely thrown out the window, and your entire life revolves around your little one. Although much of parenthood is a...

5 Common Causes of New Mom Guilt and How to Overcome It

As a new mom, you are faced with countless emotions. But unfortunately, between all of the excitement and happiness, most new moms also run into tons of new mom guilt. Today I’m going to share 5 of the most common causes of guilt for new moms and tell you why these...

14 Reasons Working Mothers Are Happier and Healthier

It’s often been debated whether the lady of the house being a working mother is good or bad for the family. Is she overworked; is it too hard for her to find a work-life balance; is she prone to get depressed more? The answer to all of these questions might be yes,...

Modern Marriage Struggles

Modern marriages have modern struggles. Whilst some may look back at more traditional marriages and think they had it easier, this is not necessarily true. We have new challenges but with these in mind, can we help avoid them affecting our marriages? Expectations...

8 Inventive Ways to Make Your Favorite Meals Healthy

Does your family love a sneaky trip to the pizzeria or the local Chinese restaurant? Well, what if you could still enjoy them? You just have to be a little inventive and make some small changes! Have you ever tried frozen banana in the blender? Well, it is a game...

5 Useful Tips for the Money Saving Mom (the Best Ways to Save)

It’s exciting being a mom, isn’t it? But the experience is also challenging when it comes to handling the expenses. A new person in the family brings tons of joy. And more often than not, this joy tends to outweigh the other practical stress. But these top 5 useful...

2 Powerful Mindset Shifts To Overcome Obstacles & Confidently Crush Your Goals

My friend Brenda, constantly complains about her neighbor Diane. Diane seems to have it all together. According to Brenda, Diane is young, attractive and has three kids. Despite having three children, Diane still looks like she has the same body she did as a teenager....

What Dating a Christian Woman Has Taught Me

We started out as friends, and I was into PUAing back then. I thought I had mastered the art of love until one day my defenses gave in and I fell madly in love with her. She was beautiful, decent, honest, supporting and knew her purpose in life. These attributes got...

Are Human Pheromones a Myth, or a Great Dating Tool?

How many times has this happened to you? You’re at a party, you’re unattached, and you end up talking to an attractive member of the opposite sex who also appears to be unattached. You’re talking, and things seem to be going smoothly except there doesn’t seem to be...

The Advantages and Disadvantages of Marrying Young

I never imagined I would be the girl who got married young. In fact, I remember telling my mom I was not getting married until I was 30 because I wanted to live first. But here I sit 14 years into marriage and 35. My husband was just shy of 20 and I was 21 when we got...

A Modern Day Romance

How It All Began Every great marriage has a beginning and it some cases an end, my marriage is no different. My husband and I met on OK Cupid in the summer of 2013. I had been out of college for 8 months and had just ended my relationship with my college boyfriend...

10 Things No One Tells You About Having a Baby in Your First Year of Marriage

What, I’m pregnant?! - That small, yet powerful realization in my mind, as I stared at my pregnancy test for the millionth time, had me excited, yet stunned. I was shocked to be sitting there and having been only married for a few months. While my husband and I had...

Lessons From Health Issues in Marriage

I once heard that the first year of marriage is the most difficult.  I always thought that meant we’d struggle to get used to living together.  You know, fights over how to squeeze the toothpaste or which side of the bed we’d sleep on. I never thought that instead of...

How Humor Can Protect a Parent’s Sanity

Good parenting is serious business.  It doesn’t take much imagination to quickly recall the periods of overwhelm, worry, and self-doubt.  There are innumerable challenges and issues parents face that inspire feelings of anxiety and stress.  We worry about co-sleeping,...

13 Best Ways To Prepare Your Kid Before The First Dental Visit

As early as six months old, your child’s baby teeth can begin to cut through the gums that by the age of three, a full set of 20 primary teeth have already appeared. With the emergence of your kid’s teeth comes the responsibility to ensure that the health of your...

How a Job Will Help Your Child’s Self-Esteem

One of the things we want to develop in our children is a healthy sense of self-esteem. While most of us know that it’s important to encourage and praise our children, too much of the latter can often have the opposite effect, especially if it’s baseless praise. We...

5 Secrets to Saving Money on Baby Delivery Costs (#3 is the Best Tip)

Everybody knows how expensive raising a child can be. We focus on the cost of clothing, food, childcare, education, etc. But not many of us think about the expense that hits us at the time of delivery. It’s the first bill you receive after childbirth that eats up a...

What to Know Before Starting a Business With Your Spouse

Have you ever considered starting a business? Better yet, have you ever considered starting a business with your significant other? Whether your business is a blog, boutique, restaurant, podcast, etc., startups can be stressful and challenging! Especially when your...

Six Things You Should Never Do When Getting Divorced

Divorce is an emotional very complicated time for both partners and children. During a divorce, tensions run high, and the couple might make a few bad decisions. These decisions might become big mistakes in future that one needs to pay with peace of mind.  Thus you...

All You Want to Know About Large Breed Nutritional Requirement

Food is essential for life and balanced diet is essential to lead a healthier life. Just like human require a complex set of nutrients to keep their body healthy, dogs also have certain dietary requirements to stay healthy and active. Feeding either excessive calories...

Ways To Spend Quality Time With Your Partner When You Have Small Kids

Do you find that you tend to get complacent in your long-term relationship? It is no secret that in order to maintain a healthy relationship both parties must make an effort. Sometimes it’s not enough to sit side by side-scrolling social media and on a Saturday night....

Young Marriage, Becoming a First Time Mom, and Divorce

At 18 years old I thought I knew it all, as most kids that age do. I couldn’t make a bad choice, except ALL of my choices were bad ones. There were no mistakes in my life, except everything I did was a mistake. Looking back now I realize I was so young and so naïve. I...

Diving into Relationship Communication

If you are in a committed relationship, you obviously love your partner, but that doesn't mean you don't face issues or shy away from arguments. Have you ever taken the time to consider if you are communicating with your partner well? Do you take each other's problems...

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The decision of getting a pet for your home is one difficult call to make, especially if you are already burdened with too many responsibilities. No matter what the husband or kids say, deep down we mums do know that taking care of the new family member will be our...

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The joy of motherhood is one of the biggest blessings in the world. It is an exciting journey that brings you happiness and teaches you what selfless love truly means, but it sure does come with its own set of challenges. Many amazing mums have to take the plunge and...

Still Healing: Lessons I Learned from Toxic Relationships

My friend is pissed. She just learned that a guy she’s been interested in for the last year or so isn’t who she thought he was. I have my cell cradled between my shoulder and ear and all I can do right now is listen. She’s in a rage and I can’t blame her. It isn’t the...

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I don’t have just a trucker’s mouth; I have a 60-year-old, 3 packs of cigarettes a day, whiskey on his breath, wife named Darlene, trucker’s mouth. I was never allowed to say bad words as a kid and would never dream of it. Now I am an adult, and I guess my mouth is...

Roadschooling 102: 8 Tips For The First-Time Homeschooling Parent

Making the decision to homeschool your child is not one usually made lightly. Many families pray and pine over their choice. Will my child become socially awkward? Will my child feel like they missed out? Will my child fall into poor choices if they stay in public...
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