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Health, Rights, Life



Avoiding Rape Isn’t the Solution

I'm really fed up with women being taught to avoid getting raped instead of men being taught not to rape. I know that it's coming from a place of concern, but what we are doing is slowly taking away the... Continue Reading →

Modern society is affecting parenting

There are no difficult children. The problem is that children are growing up in a world where people are tired, busy, lacking patience and pressed for time. As a mother and a stepmother with a full-time job and chronic illness,... Continue Reading →

A Society of Absolutes

We are expected and pressured to do our jobs as if we don't have children. We are also expected and pressure to raise our children as if we don't have jobs. The ideal employee is someone who can drop everything... Continue Reading →

Creepy Father-Daughter Trends

Daddy-Daughter Dates First of all, fathers' don't need dates to have quality time with their daughters. Fathers, like mothers, can help with homework, teach children how to ride a bike, play sports, etc. Fathers' role includes advocating for our daughters at... Continue Reading →

Idiots Among Us – Why Education Matters

Trigger Warning: Discussion of discrimination, domestic violence, rape, stupidity, violence  This is a gathering of online comments that I simply couldn't ignore. I just had to placed them all together in one blog to show that the lack of understanding... Continue Reading →

Vacation Days With Chronic Illness

Planning or taking vacation days when you have a chronic illness isn't easy. Having a maximum of 5 sick days in a year is ridiculous when you think about it. As someone with health issues, I'm lucky if I have... Continue Reading →

Our First Home – Moving Day

Looking back, today was a good day. No, today was a great day. Today was a day we started a new chapter in our lives. It didn't go as smoothly as we would have liked. Nothing ever does. The movers... Continue Reading →

Sorry kid, Mom & Dad don’t have all the answers

You should never be afraid to admit that you don't know something. It's impossible to know everything. It's perfectly okay to admit when something is out of the scope of your expertise. There is no shame in not knowing. There... Continue Reading →

Priority #1

If you take a first aid class, they will tell you that your safety comes first. You can't help anyone if you are on the floor next to your victim. We all understand that logic. If you travel by plane,... Continue Reading →

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