Mothers, Isn’t It Time You Took a Day Off? The world values time off, as evidenced by the three-day weekend. Everyone knows you can’t work continuously without a break, at […]
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Make the Most of Your Efforts To Improve Your Mother-Daughter Relationship As a mother, you may feel distance growing between yourself and your daughter as she enters into her teenage years. […]
How To Touch on Touchy Subjects with Your Kids School is starting again! All across the country moms are leaping for joy (after they lovingly usher their cherubs out the […]
When Was The Last Time You Had A Day Off, Moms? Mothers often feel they have to be “on the job” all the time. Unlike a normal job, there […]
Moms, Do You Know How To Take “Me Time” Without Feeling Guilty? Being a mom is perhaps the busiest job you can have. As a mom, you’re always on standby […]
Here is my unsolicited advice for freshmen starting high school. (Freshmen, listen up!)
Keep a tight rein on your freshmen.
Parents, your kid may look more mature and responsible than ever—and s(he) could very well be—but the beginning of the school year is not the time to extend latitude.
That’s when I became a mom. I didn’t suddenly feel competent or capable of handling motherhood (even though I had had months to prepare for it). I didn’t know how to turn this little bundle into a happy, functioning adult, but despite all that Mommy Guilt
Mothers, Are You Having Trouble Connecting With Your Daughters? Nobody said parenting would be easy. Most people don’t mention the specific struggles you might face as a mother. Mothers are […]
How Can I Improve My Mother-Daughter Relationship? Countless mothers ask themselves this same question all across the country. If your daughter seems to be pulling back from your relationship or […]