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Had a close call with injury

B. C. asks from Daly City

Hello there, Any advice on super scary moment and how to process? It’s bothering my husband and I. We had a momentary lapse that could have been fatal. I can’t stop thinking about ‘what if’ scenario. Was picking up our car (it was off) from dealership...


Should I have another talk with my son about his disrespectful girlfriend

K. G. asks from Ironton

My son and his girlfriend have been together for almost 3 years, he just graduated and she will be a senior. She has always been on the sassy side and seems to be insecure, always has to be wherever he is and know what he is doing to the extent he has to FaceTime her whe...


Is a gift warranted?

N. G. asks from Fayetteville

My partner and I are invited out of state to a friend’s 80 birthday celebration. It’s formal. We have to buy plane tickets of about $325 each. We have to get a 2 night hotel. Secure Uber. Pay for meals and park at the airport. The birthday tickets are $30 each. I ...


Caregiving for my elderly mother it's destroying me what should I do?

R. F. asks from Springfield

She broke her leg and had a stroke. She doesn't like the nurses that come in. They don't like her either. They usually quit after a few days. I feel like she punishes me for having any sort of break or fun .I have tried to include her but she doesn't want to go.she stuck...


Son is 18 living at home, he is driving 150 mph.

S. A. asks from Ephrata

Little brother ratted him out for going 150 mph in his new car. We confronted him with scenarios about accidents, death and what if’s. He admitted to it with zero remorse and agreed he would definitely be going that fast again. He is 18, lives at home, car reg in me ...


How Do Galactagogues Work?

by Brooke Nally

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Coach By Example...Your Kids Are Listening

by Kristy Pepping of Upparent

On your mark, beep! I dive into the icy cold pool, goggles on, with a range of emotions. Can I do this? It’s been years since I donned a race suit and swam in competition mode. What is everyone thinking about me? Will I make my family proud or disappointed? But I’m doing this for my daughter, despite my fear and reservations…. More


Make Sure to Enjoy Your Travels with These Tips

by Sienna Penfold

Traveling is one of the best things you can do in life. It gives you the time to relax, get out of your comfort zone, and meet amazing people. Whenever you have the chance to hit the road, make sure to use the opportunity. But traveling without a plan and directions can be stressful. Luckily, the internet is here to help with some excellent advice on smooth and relaxing trips…. More