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07/10/2020
Working In A Daycare Turned Me Into A Stay At Home Mom ...Now that most kids are at home, I know that my decision to be there all the time for mine was the best choice I ever made... More >>

Tags: Day CareParentingPersonal Responsibility
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07/02/2020
Good Mommies Raise the Best People My 19 year-old-son recently started a job at a major grocery store. He is one of the youngest employees there and seems by all accounts to be doing well More >>

Tags: Motherhood-FatherhoodParentingRegarding Dr. LauraValues
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06/22/2020
Continued Education When you would give callers 'assignments' and ask them to follow up with you later, I did whatever you assigned to those callers! Ad I learned a lot about myself from refraining, restraining, and retraining... More >>

Tags: Character-Courage-ConscienceMarriageMotherhood-FatherhoodParentingPersonal ResponsibilityValuesWomen's Point of View
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06/19/2020
My Dad Is A Unicorn In the 1950s, my dad had three small children and a marriage that was headed for divorce. He did something which is common today, but not then. He convinced a judge he could take better care of us than our mother could... More >>

Tags: Character-Courage-ConscienceMotherhood-FatherhoodParentingPersonal ResponsibilityTeensValues
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06/18/2020
Treasured Moments The most memorable trip I took was with my Dad when I was in high school. I was on the dance team and we traveled to Florida for the national competition. I do not really remember the dance or trophies or the rides at Disney World or the places we ate. What I remember most was how happy I was, and how my heart was bursting with pride and pleasure to have my Dad with me... More >>

Tags: Motherhood-FatherhoodParentingPersonal ResponsibilityTeensValues
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06/17/2020
Dads Are Magical Several years ago, my 10-year-old son and I arrived together for his 4th grade awards ceremony and graduation. His dad, who is career military in the National Guard, hadn't shown up yet. We didn't tell our boy Dad would definitely be there, because the military can sometimes change the best-made plans... More >>

Tags: ParentingPersonal ResponsibilityRaising Boys to MenValuesWomen's Point of View
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06/16/2020
I Sacrificed For My Children's Happiness And It Was Worth It Twenty-five years ago, I wanted to leave my failing marriage, but I had two young girls. While he was not an addict nor physically abusive, I did ignore all the signs that he would not be a good husband... More >>

Tags: Motherhood-FatherhoodParentingPersonal ResponsibilityValues
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06/15/2020
The Greatest Gift You Could Give To A Child ...Several months ago, I heard you say that "touch" was the greatest gift you could give to a child. I was surprised and vowed to give my granddaughter more hugs whenever possible... More >>

Tags: BehaviorMotherhood-FatherhoodParentingValues
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05/29/2020
I'd Pick Dr. Laura Everytime ...Before the coronavirus quarantines, I was in a van coming back from a short-term mission and to make the time in the van pass quicker, we played a game. Each person asked a question, and the others in the van answered it and explained why they gave that answer... More >>

Tags: Character-Courage-ConscienceParentingPersonal ResponsibilityRegarding Dr. Laura
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05/28/2020
Our New Normal I've been a stay-at-home mom for the past 14 years. We have four children, ranging in age from 7 to 14. Before this global pandemic and quarantine our lives we really busy. Too busy, in fact... More >>

Tags: AttitudeBehaviorMarriageParentingRelatives
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