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Recognizing OCD in Children

By Alison Dotson, author of Being Me with OCD

While I now know that I’ve had obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) since I was a child, I certainly didn’t know it at the time. 555 more words

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14 Life Rules Your Teen Should Know About

There are some things that children should be learning in school, but don’t and not all of them have to do with academics. As a modest back-to-school offering, here are some basic rules, for your kids, from Lina Ashar’s amazing guide through the complicated teen years – … 132 more words

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The Purpose of Reproof

I was hurt. I’m big enough to admit that. Her words had cut me to the core and I was inwardly aching. I now had two options. 576 more words


It's all about perspective

It’s been raining cats and dogs on our Filipino island for over 2 weeks now. School have even been canceled, traffic is so insane that no taxi would dare coming all the way up to our little town in the hills. 130 more words


Heroes can be gloriously everyday and wonderfully ordinary

Today I read the following blog from Insulin Nation. It really made me think, as this great site so often does. Have a click and see what you think. 446 more words

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How to be a crappy parent

I think this week and lack of sleep Z has officially tried to kill me off.

Last Sunday night he woke at 10.20 didn’t go back to sleep until 4.45 and were up at 7 for work. 776 more words


University provides quiet space for breastfeeding

Nursing students and faculty now have a little private space to call their own at the University of Windsor.

In this case, however, nursing refers to breastfeeding and not any specific studies in healthcare. 465 more words

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