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Senior high school curfew

4 hours ago -

b. s. asks from Bowmansville - What is the average curfew for a High School Senior?

Possible ADD - Advice Please

6 hours ago -

L. S. asks from Omaha - Hi Moms. My daughter just turned 7 and just started 2nd grade. Already her teacher is concerned about her reading ability and lack of focus/inability to pay attention. This is something we've had issues with since Kindergarten, though last year seemed to be going better t...

Alone and dealing with debt.

8 hours ago -

J. V. asks from New York - I have incurred some serious debt over the past two years due to some major life changes. My daughter is 29 and she is my only family. I have no one to talk to about this and it is a very heavy burden. I would like to be able to talk to her to help me figure out what to d...

Looking For cougars in morocco

8 hours ago -

s. M. asks from New York - I'm a 16 years old but i look a little bit older , i'm looking for any cougars here in morocco , any idea ?
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A Mother's White Privilege

August 21, 2014

As the ongoing events in Ferguson, Missouri show us, America’s racial tensions didn’t disappear when George Wallace backed down from the schoolhouse door. Dr. King didn’t wave a magic wand, and we never got together to feel all right. White America remembers this at ugly flashpoints: the Rodney King beatings, the OJ Simpson trial, the Jena Six, Trayvon Martin’s death. White America recoils in horror not at the crimes – though the crimes are certainly horrible. It’s not the teenagers gunned down, the police abuse, the corrupt trials. It’s this: at these sudden, raw moments, in these riots and demonstrations and travesties of justice, White America is forced to gaze upon the emotional roil of oppression, the anger and fear and deep grief endemic to the Black American experience….More


What am I, as a single, unmarried father to do. I REALLY need some advice!

August 19, 2014 -

S. M. asks from Rochester - I'd like to start off by saying this is THE MOST difficult thing i have ever been through in my entire life. By that i mean, the uphill battle of trying to be with my baby's mom and be with my son. I will start with some background information. My baby mom and I were am...
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The OTHER Truth About Sex After Kids

August 19, 2014

People like to joke that once you have kids, you stop having sex.

Obviously this isn’t true, or there would be no such thing as younger siblings or vasectomy parties. (Yes, I contemplated throwing my husband a party to commemorate his vasectomy. I am certain this is actually a thing people do, and I’m not just a lunatic. There are menses parties, for god’s sake!) I sometimes think this is a myth created by people who just don’t want to imagine that their parents actually had sex for pleasure on a regular basis….More


neighborhood party or camping trip with family? WWYD?

August 18, 2014 -

L. M. asks from Hicksville - A friend is having a big neighborhood party Saturday of Labor Day weekend. I want to go camping same weekend. We cannot go to the party and go on Sunday, too little time. We have to choose. We did already tell her we'd be there, but if we missed it is not the end of the w...
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The School Supply List from Hell

August 20, 2014

Crayons, crying kids, frazzled moms and missing folders are sure signs that back to school shopping is upon us….More


Easiest Ways to Go Green

August 11, 2014 - List


How Much TV Does Your Child Watch?

August 2, 2014 - List

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How to Get The Picture-Perfect Family Holiday Photo

New York:
December 12, 2010

Sitting in Central Park this weekend, I watched as a professional photographer brought her clients to a picture-perfect hideaway for the classic holiday card photo shoot. The little munchkins and their parents, all dressed up in holiday-wear, were positioned in just the right way and instructed to say “cheese” for the camera. Let’s face it. This photo is important. It represents an entire year of existence and growth for the family, as it is mailed out to close friends and family….More

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Take a Bite Out of Big Apple Food Costs

New York:
November 18, 2010

Even though New Yorkers pay some of the highest prices for food in the country, we are blessed with a few special resources that can help us chomp away at that giant grocery bill….More

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