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Living with a drug addict

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Living with a drug addict If you are living with a relative or loved one who is addicted to drugs, you must be prepared to face any type of situation that may occur along the way. Drug addiction is unbearable and harmful not only for the addicted person, but also for the family and friends around them. The emotional and…

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Gone with the Dog

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Gone with the Dog It’s been 2 years and 21 days, since my Golden Retriever took her love away… She was a hyper active, golden haired dog who always chose to fetch the ball or Frisbee instead of being caressed. My aunt unofficially diagnosed her with ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder and Hyperactivity). Even when we all know that such is…

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The importance of cultivating GRATITUDE in our lives

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The importance of cultivating GRATITUDE in our lives “If the only prayer you ever uttered in your entire life was ‘Thank you,’ that would be enough,” Meister Eckhart. Gratitude is an essential part of your personal development and in order to have a happy and satisfying life. You will wonder if what I say is real, or if this is…

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Being a Single Mom

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Being a Single Mom Being a single mother is not easy, and neither is being a mother in a relationship. Children, to a greater or lesser extent, are demanding, they need constant attention and care that can sometimes be overwhelming. Because in general, that attention that children require is given them without regard, but with the addition that this means…

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“I got used to being tired”: Parents after 120 days of confinement

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"I got used to being tired": Parents after 120 days of confinement Taking care of the emotional health of caregivers, such as moms, dads, and even uncles, aunts, and grandparents, is essential to create a family support network for children. I know that I am not well child boy bully parent comfort support school console together father bored embrace hug...
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