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Reliving My Birth Trauma At A Birth Celebration
Barely able to choke out the reading through my tears, I was mortified at having allowed the baggage of my birth to enter this sacred space.
How a Teacher’s Ridicule Helped Form How I Parent
My teacher publicly ridiculed my classmate and I and invited our friends to join in on the fun.
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This Season’s Hottest Toys as Chosen By Canadian Moms
We asked moms to share their top picks for the holiday season 2022 and they didn't disappoint!
How A Solo Photoshoot Made Me Feel Seen For The First Time In Years
Get out from behind and camera and capture yourself now as the mom and the woman you’ll want to remember
Ross Petty's Peter's Final Flight
Why Families are Rushing to Experience Peter’s Final Flight
It's Ross Petty's final Christmas production. Make sure your family scores tickets for a chance to boo and cheer the hilarious cast one last time.
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I’m Rarely This Candid about Caring for a Child with Disabilities
The first time I called 911 was when I truly understood the heartbreak of being Avery’s mom.
How to Handle Your Partner’s Annoying Behaviors
Clothes on the floor, hair in the drain, open-mouth chewing, dishes in the sink - these are just a few of the dozens of pet peeves I’ve heard as a therapist.
A Mother’s Guide to Reviving Your Sex Life
Women are weighed down by an absurd expectation that after we have kids, our personalities and sexualities go out the window.
My Child Is Not "Dating Baggage"
I am sick of the perception that my child is some kind of anchor around my neck, dragging me to the depths of dating oblivion.
Not Happy? Finding Your Passion Outside of Motherhood May Be The Answer
I spent years feeling like I had some fatal flaw.
Mary Beth Trendos
"I Had to See Him Cry to See Him Thrive:" Encouraging Teens to Overcome
They try, and we encourage. No matter how many times they get it wrong, we keep encouraging them to try.
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I Hate School Portables With the Burning Rage of 1000 Suns
You know what one of the worst parts of living in a large, fast-growing community that is primarily comprised of kids? Portables.
Gallstones Is Not An "Old People" Problem. Do You Have These Symptoms?
At first, I thought it was the tuna salad from the cafeteria. I was feeling – off.
Heather M. Jones
On When NOT to Worry About Finishing Homework, Straight From a Teacher
Is homework a hassle at your house? This teacher thinks you can lighten the load on both you and your kids by doing this.
Sometimes I'm Mean to my Husband for No Reason But I'm Working to Change
I was a fatherless 19-year-old, wounded from a lifetime of disappointing men, when I met Daniel, the man of my dreams.
I’m Not Brave for Being Fat
The thing I get called brave for the most is discussing my experiences as a fat woman. And that bothers me - a lot.
Heather M. Jones
Stop Joking About Hiding Delivery Packages From Your Husband
“Dear Amazon. Please come while my husband is at work.”
Heather M. Jones
Games You’ll Enjoy Playing with Kids and One that You Really, Really Won’t
These are the games you will ALL look forward to playing come the rainy fall days ahead. (And one you won't.)
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