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“I Got to Be His Mother…”: Parenting After the Loss of a Child

“I Got to Be His Mother…”: Parenting After the Loss of a Child

Death is hard enough. Losing a child to death must be the most heartbreaking thing imaginable. Linda Dahlstrom Anderson is a loving mother of two and she had to do the hardest thing a parent could ever do – she buried one of her babies. Throught it all, she learned that it is possible to survive

Corey Feldman Comes Forward About His Experience with Pedophilia in Hollywood.

Corey Scott Feldman captivated the hearts of moviegoers all throughout the 1980s after starring in cult hits like Gremlins, Goonies, Stand by Me, and The Lost Boys.  But Feldman was holding in a lot of pain caused by a deep dark secret. And that secret tore his world apart. He recently spoke to People, alleging child abuse suffered as a

In New York, Bars are Now Required BY LAW to Serve Alcohol to Pregnant Women.

There’s certainly nothing wrong with enjoying a fine Merlot during happy hour. A nice glass of wine can be a great way to decompress after confronting the many stresses of life. But we also know that drinking alcohol while pregnant can be dangerous. Regular drinking during pregnancy (let’s say, five or more drinks per week consistently) can cause miscarriage,

5 Parenting Tips for the Social Media Age.

Parenting certainly comes with its fair share of challenges. Our parents faced them, just as their parents before them. But I must admit, parenting a child in this age of social media presents a very unique set of never-before-seen challenges. Kids today have access to Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, and Kik (along with any other platform

Want to Offer Encouragement to Your Child? Here are 66 Things to Consider Saying…

“The way we talk to our children becomes their inner voice.”    ― Peggy O’Mara   (Preach, sister!) Raising a child involves teaching values through instruction and discipline, while also nurturing their talent and creativity. Of course, we raise our children the best way we can, in hopes that they grow up and become respectable adults. Whatever