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Top 10 Confessions of a Recovering Perfectionist

Being a perfectionist is stressful. I get it. I consider myself a recovering perfectionist. I’ve made a lot of progress. I’ve learned to let go of a lot of things, to relax and enjoy my life, to be nicer to myself, and to take more risks. 606 more words

How to Send Kids off to College without Getting Upset

Many parents are surprised how heartbreaking it is sending their child off to college for the first time. It’s natural that parents feel a sense of loss. 891 more words

3 Obstacles that Stop You from Being Assertive & What You Can Do

Being assertive can seem easy in theory. You simply tell someone what you’re thinking, feeling, wanting or wishing. You express yourself in a clear, firm and respectful way. 1,033 more words

Oh Baby, Baby

I easily get well around with those cute young humans. The playful, mischievous, hyperactive creatures.

What is in me that they are attracted to?  my sweat? 130 more words

Posts In English

The 3 Most Important Things To Say If A Child Discloses Abuse, by Ginger Kadlec

Finding the courage and strength to disclose abuse can be a tough thing for a child to do.

An estimated 73% of children don’t disclose abuse for at least one year. 394 more words

Child Advocacy


My very afraid and ever anxious autistic Oldest Child underwent hypnosis on Friday to overcome his fear of being alone, or as is often the case, fear of being separated by a wall/door from me. 200 more words