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It takes a village to raise a family; advice and tips to make the most of yours.

  • HowToFind .com
    Published 8 days ago
    The Cost Of Separation: When Parents Migrate And Children Stay In Venezuela

    The Cost Of Separation: When Parents Migrate And Children Stay In Venezuela

    Emigrating is hard, especially leaving loved ones. Those who stay also suffer a "mourning", especially difficult if they are children or teenagers who are separated from one or both parents for a time, sometimes uncertain, while they go abroad, stabilize and make a plan to reunite.
  • Rhea Bombay
    Published 13 days ago
    Making time for hobbies 101

    Making time for hobbies 101

    So if you read my intro, you know a little bit about me by now. If you didn't, I'll give you a short run down. I am a busy body stay at home (for now until my return to full time employment, which will mean a whole new schedule plan - we will cross that bridge when we get there!) mom and farm wife - I look after my one year old son, our four pet cats, our four German Shepherd dogs, plus a herd of fifteen head cattle and four horses. It's winter time, which means my duties are double what they would normally be, since I have to make sure everyone is still thriving in this dreadful cold, and all our maintenance is up to date on our home and our vehicles. Safety and assurance are key when you live outside of town and not near a hospital or emergency services.
  • Anita Manuel
    Published 13 days ago
    Infidelity is Never Free

    Infidelity is Never Free

    Infidelity is Never Free
  • George Swagger
    Published 13 days ago
    How to Ensure the Safety of Your Kids in School?

    How to Ensure the Safety of Your Kids in School?

    When your kids get old enough to head off to school, it can be a frightening experience for you. As a parent, you want to do everything possible to keep your children safe. When they're not in your physical presence, it may seem more difficult to provide an adequate level of safety.
  • Danika harnett
    Published 14 days ago
    A Silent tragedy

    A Silent tragedy

    There is a silent tragedy that is unfolding today in our homes, and concerns our most precious jewels: our children. Our children are in a devastating emotional state! In the last 15 years, researchers have given us increasingly alarming statistics on a sharp and steady increase in childhood mental illness that is now reaching epidemic proportions:
  • Kora
    Published 20 days ago
    Parents Have to Respect Their Adult Children

    Parents Have to Respect Their Adult Children

    Growing up is a part of life that not a single person can say they haven’t experienced. No matter you race or background, hometown or country; EVERYONE was young once. That means that even our parents were kids and teens too. They have gone through some of the common ups and downs that one goes through from childhood into their adults years. Even still, its seems they don’t understand their children as they become adults themselves.
  • EuGene Jordan
    Published 24 days ago
    First Time Dad

    First Time Dad

    I met up with my brother last week to meet with the latest addition to his/my family and as I held his newborn son in my arms, I suddenly realized that quite a number of my friends and 2 more of my brothers have recently become fathers this year too. For most, it has been a new and completely life changing experience but connecting with some of these guys made me think about my experience becoming a first-time dad and how it change my perspective and approach to parenting.
  • Andrea Dawson
    Published 24 days ago
    5 Tips to Help New Parents Get More Sleep

    5 Tips to Help New Parents Get More Sleep

    For new parents, sleep deprivation is real. It will only be a temporary condition for you – although, as a new mum, it is possible that it may be an ongoing issue in your life for a full six years after you’ve given birth.
  • HowToFind .com
    Published 24 days ago
    Do I Give Them The Food They Want Or The Food They Need?

    Do I Give Them The Food They Want Or The Food They Need?

    Learning to be parents for the first time:
  • David Wyld
    Published 26 days ago
    5 Ways to Empower Kids to End Bullying

    5 Ways to Empower Kids to End Bullying

    From the classroom to the internet, bullying can lead to children developing a poor self-image or lead to bullying others. In fact, according to new data, members of Generation Z believe bullying is the biggest issue facing their generation. Consider these ideas to help your kids learn how to overcome, avoid and break down the cycle of bullying.
  • Sam Larson
    Published 27 days ago
    Play It Safe: How to Prevent Playground Injuries

    Play It Safe: How to Prevent Playground Injuries

    Playgrounds provide our children with an opportunity to play, get exercise, and enjoy the outdoors. When playground equipment is faulty, it can limit or even ruin the fun.
  • Robert Cordray
    Published about a month ago
    Family Activities During Winter

    Family Activities During Winter

    No matter where you live, you may have trouble finding things to do in the winter. If you have children, it can be difficult to make sure they are entertained when the temperatures dip. Here are some ways to make the most out of the winter months and still have a great time with your entire family.