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5 Ted Talks On Grief -Help Your Child Cope With Loss

Losing someone you love in death is heartbreaking, no matter how old you are.  As adults, most of us have learned coping skills that can navigate us through the process of grief and healing.  But children don’t have the life experience necessary to handle the process all by themselves.

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3 Compelling Reasons To Make Connections (as an Introverted Single Mom)

There is nothing wrong with being an introvert.  Introverts have wonderful and unique personality traits that make them interesting and exciting, as long as someone is willing to take the time to get to know them.  And if they don’t, their loss.  Am I right? Yes I am. That being said, I’ve decided to work on my social skills.

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A Widowed Wallflower: Trying to Find My Voice

I’m a wallflower.  I’ve been this way since I was young.   I didn’t date as a teenager, and then in my early twenties, I married the second boyfriend I ever had.  (My first boyfriend dumped me because he couldn’t get me to be more outgoing.) After I married, I gained a lot of self-confidence (thanks to encouragement from my husband.) …

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