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3 Things To Bear In Mind After A Divorce

It’s a situation that nobody wants to be part of, but statistically around half of those who are married will get divorced. Because it is so common, it is a good idea to at least partly preparing yourself for such an eventuality, so that it is less of a devastating shock if it does happen. …

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Our evening was interrupted by rounds of gunfire

We’re going into Sunday on an unpleasant note Lizze and I were watching Netflix tonight, trying to relax after another long day of being Autism parents. About halfway through the new movie Extinction, we heard several rounds of gunfire. Unfortunately, the gunfire wasn’t coming from our TV, it was coming from outside our window. This is always concerning …

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I can’t take it anymore

I’ve got a tremendous amount on my plate already and frankly, sometimes I’m at the end of my rope, holding on for dear life. The very last thing in the world I need right now is to hear these motherf***ing squirrels running around in my attic. It’s driving me crazy. There’s probably a dozen of them …

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Day With Dad: How to Fit the Kids into Your Schedule

  Link Let’s be honest about it, having a kid is never easy at the best of times, and having more than one can feel overwhelming! But, it is important to make time for our kids and to give them the interaction with both mommy and daddy. You play a big role in helping to …

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Are You Doing Enough To Care For Your Family’s Future?

This is a collaborative post and therefore does not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of this blog or its author. https://www.pexels.com/photo/man-beach-holiday-woman-39691/ Having a family is wonderful. You feel loved and supported, and it’s an incredible feeling to be able to care for your family and keep them happy. But as much as you may …

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Helping Children With Normal Fears & Worries

If this blog has taught you anything, it’s hopefully that any parental challenge and struggle can be overcome with careful, patient, loving and consistent effort for your children. It is possible to intimately know your child and developing a blossoming and loving relationship with them no matter what.

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