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When 22-year-old Vanessa Van Petten saw a hole in the digital market, she decided to fill it. Where was the teen's voice? The teen's opinion? "I was reading lots of mommy and daddy blogs all over the Web; some had great advice and others were really missing some major points," says Van Petten, founder of&
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Wednesday, 08 October 2008 01:02
Wouldn’t it be great if our waistlines were as thin as a divorced mom’s back to school budget? We know. You have to stretch your dollars like worn-out Spandex and there are too many extra pounds of goods you still need. However, we have some resourceful budget solutions that can help…
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Monday, 01 September 2008 12:12
When my husband proposed to me a dozen years ago, he said, "You elevate me." I knew it was hyperbole, but it was pretty romantic. (And I said, "Right back at ya.")"Together we can charm them all," he said, "We'll make&
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Monday, 25 August 2008 07:02
OK, so you're asking: Why am I still here?I think I've got a new answer this week: Monkey Branching. You know, brachiation, swinging from limb to limb. Something gibbons do in the jungle.It's positively evil, emotionally unhealthy, this notion of keeping one hand on the solid branch of &
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Monday, 18 August 2008 15:51
Newsflash, divorced moms: You will not be replaced by the stepmother. Most children have a primal connection to their mother that is almost impossible to break.Recently, truemomconfessions.com shared some of their members’ concerns with&
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Tuesday, 12 August 2008 12:24
Recently, truemomconfessions.com shared some of their members’ concerns with firstwivesworld.com, and we agreed to swap content every week. They will provide the confessions, and we will provide the advice.Here are this week’s&
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Tuesday, 12 August 2008 12:24
There are the times, usually carefully chosen, when I feel I have to say something to my husband, even if it hurts. On the way home from a recent dinner party: "Honey, the Carters have been telling us since last fall that their son Justin has his heart set on Brown.""They are calling&
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Monday, 11 August 2008 10:31
Operate a family under written rules? Not possible in your chaotic life? Too much like running a strict boarding school? In his seminal book Family Rules, Dr. Ken Kaye explains why written rules solve most children’s issues, prevent squabbles, shape behavior, and keep parenting…
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Wednesday, 23 July 2008 10:54
"Anonymous" writes:It's important to me that I respect my son enough to not pull the typical "You'll understand when you're older" on the topic of my divorce. At the same time, he's not stupid. He knows we split up for a reason and he has a right to know&
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Thursday, 18 October 2012 07:34
House Blogger Faith Eggers asks:My son is 16 months old and has only seen his father once. Although he isn't aware of it now, I'm wondering if there will be any long-term effects from the lack of relationship his father has with him.Marsha&
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Wednesday, 28 May 2008 09:46