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Use Your Family Crisis To Teach Your Children Resilience

  With over 10 million Americans applying for unemployment, it’s clear our country is going through a rough patch. Whether your home is experiencing economic hardship, or simply grieving the loss of a school year or extracurricular activities, chances are your children are facing tough times. Even worse, they’re feeling […]
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Coronavirus Makes Life For Families With Special Needs Extremely Challenging

  As many parents struggle to adjust to the “new normal” of a canceled school year and being ordered to “stay home”, moms everywhere are uniting during these unprecedented times. And while any child naturally feels the disruption of a routine, this feeling is intensified for children with special needs. […]
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The Family Guide To What Is Allowed While ‘Sheltering In Place’

  In an effort to slow down the spread of the coronavirus many states and municipalities have issued ‘Shelter in Place’ orders. The initial release of such news had an ominous feel, and caused a lot of Americans to question where they can and cannot go. Rest assured you and […]
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8-year-old Boy Reveals The Secret To Every Mom Trying Their Hand At Quarantine School

  We are beginning to see some new memes and anecdotal stories pop up on our social media feeds. They are concerning the ups and downs of continuing education at home after children all across the nation are forced to stay home during the coronavirus pandemic. One mom who is […]
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Unsolicited Advice: Nurse Tells Mom To Whoop Her Autistic Son

  One of the most frustrating things about being a mom is receiving unsolicited advice from a stranger on how to raise your own child. But for moms of children with special needs, especially children with “invisible” intellectual disabilities, the random comments from strangers are often enraging, not to mention […]
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Suddenly Thrust Into Homeschooling and Feel Lost?  We’ve Got Some Tips to Ease the Transition

  Families all over the country are finding themselves impacted in ways they never imagined by the coronavirus pandemic. In addition to keeping everyone safe, healthy, and sane while being more isolated than ever, some parents are finding themselves filling a different kind of role – that of teacher. For […]
Solution To Kids Eating All Day While Home From School

Solution To Kids Eating All Day While Home From School

  The coronavirus outbreak has changed the daily lives of many Americans, especially those with children in the home. With many schools closed for the remainder of the academic year, parents are having to adjust more than their schedules. Grocery bills are rising at a time average citizens need to […]
Tips To Help Your Elderly Parents Stay Loved During The Coronavirus

Tips To Help Your Elderly Parents Stay Loved During The Coronavirus

  One of the saddest effects of the coronavirus pandemic is adult children having to keep distance from their aging parents. Pictures sweep social media of parents in nursing homes talking to their children through glass windows, others aren’t allowed visitors at all. It seems so unnatural to avoid physical […]
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How To Crush It As A Stay At Home Mom

                            Whether you are a new stay at home mom due to the coronavirus, or even if you’ve been doing it for years, it can be challenging to adjust to the “new normal” way of life of being at home. Your kids always seem to need something, and you may […]
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Planned Parenthood Hates Life And Ignores Cease Order

Liberals will push their agenda at any cost, under the guise of compassion and individual empowerment. But what is empowering or compassionate about taking a life before he or she ever had a chance to make their impression on this world. Planned Parenthood, a monster of misery, is not slowing […]