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Can anyone give me advice on a medical condition called delayed emptying (gastri

1 hour ago -

S. G. asks from Huntley - I was wondering if anyone has, knows about or knows someone that has delayed emptying of their stomach? I was just diagnosed and all I'm getting is the worst outcome. You can eat anything or barely drink for the Reds of your life. You can try liquids and pudding like subs...

What would you do if your five year old...

2 hours ago -

R. S. asks from Chicago - ...was just given a beautiful jewellery box...her very first one...with a new pair of earrings handmade by her grandmother, and you discovered that after two days of proudly wearing the earrings, she took them out and intentionally dropped them down the drain in the bathr...

How Do You Stay Organized

10 hours ago -

. M. asks from Santa Monica - Whats your plan? How do you tackle organizing your clothes, your closet? What about bins in the garage? Your laundry room? Trying to get tips/idea. Just anything in general. Give me your ideas. TIA

What would you do IF you child said a classmate heard voices at night

13 hours ago -

A. L. asks from Las Vegas - Hello... Recently, my 13 year old son told us that his classmate said he hears voices at night that tell him to "do things" now, what these things are, I do not know.. Additionally, the child had some pills for which he told my son he was taking for ADD.. My son said, do ...
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One Man Who Sees and Appreciates the Beauty of Women

February 28, 2015

Sometimes a dude talks to a woman just to talk to a woman.

We watched the kids on the playground years ago. Idle talk. How old’s yours? That’s a fun age. Yeah. Mine’s older. That’s her. Yeah, the one hanging by her toes and singing Pink songs. Sure, I’m proud, and surprised. It was an AC/DC day this morning….More

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What If We Just Said "NO" to all Events Planned During our Family Time?

March 1, 2015

Last March, Hubby informed me that he was going to be participating in a car racing event during a weekend in May. Ordinarily, I’d have just said, “Okay, have fun!” but something in his eyes made me stop and do a double-take. Something in the way he mentioned it to me signaled that he was being sheepish, nervous, even. When I questioned him further, I found out why he was being evasive: the event was being held on Mother’s Day weekend.More


Why getting mental health is so hard...follow up

February 27, 2015 -

R. S. asks from Chicago - Thanks to those who encouraged me...I saw my doctor this morning. He was so warm and even inserted some humor in to our appointment, guessing all the various diseases I had looked up online. He said he has seen several middle-aged women complaining of head zaps over the y...

3 Kids messing around on the bus 1 gets punched on the nose

February 27, 2015 -

M. M. asks from Chicago - I'm looking for some opinions here on a situation. 3 boys were messing around/being silly on the bus going home and one got accidentally punched on the nose and was bleeding. Should the boy that accidentally punched him get punished/written up or not at all since they...

Kids and technology

February 26, 2015 -

S. A. asks from Chicago - This is more of a rant than a question. My DD is almost 13 and in 7th grade. She is one of two kids in her grade (small Catholic school) without an iPhone. She has an IPiod Touch. She is not on any social media sites, I allow her to text and email her friends and use ...
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Are the "Mean Girls" Always Mean Girls? Or Can They Change?

February 27, 2015

Remember them from high school? Every school had ‘em (and they still do).

Maybe you were one….More

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