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    Moments. The alarm rings and I wake up like clockwork For another day to begin. Then my children get up and they move on with the morning rush Of trying to get ready for the day. They begin eating their breakfast while I hear their enchanted laughter As I hear the Looney Tunes cartoons from ...
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    I’m writing this in hopes that other adults will listen to the children who count on them when they say that an authority figure is treating them poorly. So often we associate bullying as something that takes place between children, and we’ve been taught that abuse from an adult to a child is sexual in ...
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    Growing further into my late twenties, I have the same thought at least once a day, “Is the world getting worse or am I just older and more aware of it all?”. Even after the extensive discussions I’ve had on this very topic with so many of my friends and family, I still don’t know where ...
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    They probably still lose sleep over you. If you’re reading this, chances are you’re grown – and clearly on social media. Your timeline has been full of back to school updates and cute kids in their first day outfits. There’s probably been a meme or two showing how parents throw a party when when their ...
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    We previously gave you information about College Acceptance time, and how it is an important time for a young Millennial going off to College, and what they should learn in College. We now give you common knowledge about the point, and time of the College process that a young Millennial has reached, called Move-In Day, and the ...
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    The sexual exploitation of children has always been an issue, but living in today’s digital age we have essentially served our children up on a platter to online predators. Something that once took some planning and resourcefulness, can now be accomplished with a few clicks of a button. Gaining access to our children has never ...
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    I decided to focus my attention to the time when I had to face the facts I was dealing with Postpartum depression. It was back in 2006 and at the time I did not know it was happening. You see, I had my first born son, Paul, back in February of 2005 and then our son ...
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    Millennials who are driving in the morning, might often get caught up in the morning rush of where they need to go, whether it is work, dropping their children off at school or running errands. Some might even take unsafe measures, and not realize that what they are doing is a danger to other drivers ...
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    You have no idea what we’re going through My husband and I have been trying for a baby for over a year and a half. It has been a long, bumpy, and emotional road. Infertility is one of those things you can’t understand unless you’ve been through it yourself. If there is one thing that ...
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    While it is most prevalent to seniors, it does not matter what your year of school is: when summer is near, we all become a part of the senior slide. The weather may not be as important when it comes to people in warmer climates all year around, but for the people of the north, ...