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What’s Wrong with Swearing?

Swearing! It’s forbidden! But why? Why should it be? After reading an article about swearing that Scary Mommy had published titled Pardon My F*cking Language, But I’m Sweary AF And That Ain’t Gonna Change– it got me thinking. What is the fucking deal about swearing? Why must it be so dirty? Let’s pick this apart […]

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Let’s Talk About Envy

Whenever the term envy is used, many people may automatically think of one of the Seven Sins whether they are Catholic or not, which I am not. The other thing is that people get the terms jealousy and envy confused. Actually, both terms are different. Jealousy is negative, and envy may also be negative but […]

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Who are you to Judge?

“Hi Pot, meet Kettle”- that is what I think about when I see how other moms treat each other. Women are really supposed to support and cheer on other women. It is not easy being a woman, especially being a mother. It’s hard! So moms really should be supporting and cheering on other moms. However, […]

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6 Ways to Banish Social Media Envy

Social media has been a blessing and curse for many moms. The blessing is its ability to give moms the opportunity to connect with other moms who are dealing with similar struggles and lives. There are many Facebook groups for moms with depression, raising children with special needs, moms of multiples, infertility, the list goes […]

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Five Tips to Find the Best Books on Autism

Here is an article written by Craig Kendall. Craig Kendall is a prolific author of books and guides on learning disabilities including several books on autism, Asperger’s Syndrome and Down Syndrome. He is the father of an child with disabilities and has spent nearly a dozen years researching the causes, symptoms, and treatments for autism, Asperger’s […]

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The Evolution of Autism

A new contribution has been written by David Pino, a school psychologist, He has worked in education for the last 20 years. David has significant experience and expertise with learning disabilities, psychological evaluations, behavior, and special education. He is currently serving as an educational advocate to assist families with the special education process.   What is Autism? […]

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