History And Mystery Of Holiday Traditions

Day: December 16, 2016

History And Mystery Of Holiday Traditions

Santa Claus as we know him today may be a bit different than historical versions, but the sentiment is much the same as it was back in the third century. St. Nicholas was born in 280 A.D. in what would be modern-day Turkey, and was known for his kindness to others, giving away his inherited […]

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Pets Help Children Cope With Divorce

Pets Help Children Cope With Divorce Divorce can be one of the most difficult times in anyone’s life—right up there on the stress meter with death. Adults can struggle with the roller coaster ride ;of emotions, so imagine how awful it is for children. The parents they love may be fighting, and worse, getting a […]

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Custody and Kids: Creative Living Options After Divorce

Learn about creative alternatives to the traditional custody arrangement for children of divorce.

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I’ve Decided to Get a Divorce — What Are My Options?

If you’ve decided to file for divorce, there are a multitude of options available to you. Here’s a comprehensive guide to help you make your decision.

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Positive Parenting Through Puberty

I remember the first time my daughter asked me a sex-related question I wasn’t prepared to answer. We were sitting at a local café, drinking tea and sharing a slice of strawberry-rhubarb pie. Behind us, a folk singer was pouring his heart out to a crowd of friends and neighbors. It had been a mellow […]

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Marriage, Divorce, And Hollywood

Statistics show that the divorce rate in the U.S. hovers around 50 percent, with this rate inching higher with each subsequent marriage. According to what we read— and we all know what we read is the truth and nothing but— Hollywood divorces are running rampant at an even higher rate. Yet, the hard facts aren’t […]

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Ruling On Same-Sex Marriage Changes Laws

The efforts of many people and organizations for marriage equality for lesbian and gay people received a big boost from the U.S. Supreme Court on June 26, 2013 with two decisions on LGBT marriage. Gay and lesbian couples have gradually been able to marry in many states based on state laws. However, until the U.S. […]

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