By Dr. Mercola | Mercola.com The video above, featuring 6-year-old Landon Johnson and a River Town Crossings Mall Santa Claus, demonstrates just how powerful kindness can be — powerful enough to fall into the Christmas Magic category, according to the boy’s mother, Naomi. After telling Santa what he wanted for Christmas, Landon ran back […]
Many first-time parents get a little terrified before their first child is born, and rightfully so. All those little insecurities begin to pop into their heads about if they’re truly cut out for parenthood and if they’ve prepared enough for the tough but extremely rewarding journey ahead.
It’s never an easy thing when friends you were close to or once loved grow out of your life. Depending on the reason, it can be painful. You might feel abandoned, betrayed, mislead, hurt, sad, angry, grief. Or a combination of all of the above. Understand that you initially attracted your friend into your life […]
So, why is it that so many come out of childhood scathed in some way? My parents fed me and sheltered me. I learned how to take care of myself physically and to manage the tasks of adulthood. I was responsible and productive. Yet, I was far from happy and fulfilled.
Share these 25 things to everyone you know who is a new parent or thinking of becoming a parent.
Many parents have heard the term Indigo used to describe their children. There are a few different approaches that parents, family and friends can use to identify, understand, and help support Indigo Children.
I still remember the day when I told my mother that I no longer wanted to be at home. I’d had enough of so much pain and sorrow, and the constant yelling. Soon after, I watched my mother cry bitterly as she made the decision to get a divorce.
What would you say if your child asked about terrorism in your neighborhood (where people had been killed)? This father gets an “A” for opening his son’s heart and mind beyond fear.