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Agreeing To Switch Off Mom’s Ventilator Broke My Heart, Even Though...

As we approach the second anniversary of my mom’s passing, it’s again a time for reflection, remembrance, and preparing myself for what will always...

Through The Grief Of Miscarriage And Stillbirth, I Found A Way...

My family’s greatest tragedies happened in 2012. As the new year wore on and the buds of spring burst forth, I had no idea...

My Husband Died Two Months After Our Twins Were Born –...

When I married Justin, life was perfect. We’d grown up knowing each other, friends in high school and at college. Eventually we got together...

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The Truth About Stretch Marks And How To Deal With Them

Women tend to get a bit hung up about stretch marks in pregnancy. They worry whether they’ll get them, if they can remove them,...

Why We Need To Teach Our Boys To Cry

I don’t know about the other women out there but I love a good cry. Tears heal us physically and emotionally and after a...
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‘It’s A National Crisis’: UK’s Birth Rate Is Falling Dramatically

The birth rate in England and Wales is now the lowest it has ever been since records began. Only 11 babies were born for...
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Why We Need More Thought On Food From TV Chefs

Every Friday, I have the same routine. At 3pm, when I finish working, I reach for a blank sheet of white paper. I fold...
Should Parents Ask Their Children To Apologize?

Should Parents Ask Their Children To Apologize?

Apologies matter. The importance placed on apologies is shared by many cultures. Diverse cultures even share a great deal in common when it comes...

4 Ways To Get An Older Sibling To Help With Your New Baby

When we first told our five-year-old son there was a new baby on the way, he burst into tears. It broke my heart, especially...

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