82 Search Results for "breastfeeding"

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7 Things Unloved Daughters Carry into Adult Relationships

Many people can’t fathom the notion of parents not loving their children. However, for reasons unbeknownst, there are occasional disconnects. Unsurprisingly, growing up and feeling unloved often negatively impacts one’s future and well-being. Here are 7 everyday things that result from an adult daughter facing years of excessive damage done during childhood. 1. Feeling Unloved […]

Leah Berenson

Leah Berenson

Freelance Writer

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“I Breastfed My Little Girl as Much as She Wanted: When She Was Nine, She Told Me She no Longer Needed Milk from Her Mother.”

Everything in life comes with both pros and cons. Breastfed babies are no different. While there aren’t exactly cons to breastfeeding a baby, for moms, there can be some downsides. Producing enough milk can be hard on the body and an emotional experience. Additionally, women wonder what is going wrong or feel inadequate if they […]

Leah Berenson

Leah Berenson

Freelance Writer

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My Mother-In-Law Bought Me The Perfect Mattress, But I was Shocked to Find Out Her True Purpose – a Short Story

The presence of a supportive and loving mother-in-law can imbue family bonds with warmth and strength. Catherine’s narrative is a testament to this truth, as she found solace and support in May, her mother-in-law, amid life’s trials and wins. From the outset, their relationship was marked by a profound sense of acceptance and belonging. Offering […]

Chantel Brink

Chantel Brink

Freelance Writer

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I Was Feeding My Son, And My Husband Ate My Dinner – a Short Story

Five weeks ago, my world changed in the most beautiful and challenging ways when I became a mother. My son, with his tiny fingers and soft sighs, became the center of my universe. Yet, amid this new and overwhelming love, a shadow loomed over our little family’s happiness — my mother-in-law. The Unwelcome Presence From […]

Chantel Brink

Chantel Brink

Freelance Writer

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Parents Are Advocating To Ditch The Term ‘You Guys’ When Talking To Children

Last September, Karena Cronin’s five-year-old attended school over Zoom. That’s how her mother overheard her daughter snap at her teacher who referred to the class as “you guys.” “Hey, I am NOT a GUY!” the five-year-old exclaimed. And her mother suddenly realized the power of words said by an adult to a child.  “Words influence […]

Sarah Biren

Sarah Biren

Freelance Writer

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19-Year-Old Spends $300 On Rainbow Hair Because ‘It’s Important For Her Mental Health’, Parent Demands She Pay Rent From Now On

When your daughter spends money on rainbow hair- what do you do? If the family is conservative, there could be some apprehension. In fact, some parents might think that their daughter could spend the money more productive.y In the case of u/haircoloraita, it was asking their daughter to pay rent. In their post on the […]

Mayukh Saha

Mayukh Saha

Freelance Writer

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Leaked Documents Stoke Fears About Gender Treatment in Children

Written By: Maureen Cargill In recent times, the sensitive topic of gender transitioning for children has stirred heated debates and triggered concerns among experts and the public alike. A recent leak of internal discussions from the World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH) has shed light on the complexities and controversies surrounding treatments for transgender […]

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15 Things Women Should Never Apologize For

In a world where societal expectations and gender norms often dictate how women should behave, it’s crucial to assert that women have the right to live unapologetically. Despite progress in gender equality, women are still frequently conditioned to apologize for aspects of their lives that should be celebrated rather than scrutinized. It’s time to challenge […]

Chantel Brink

Chantel Brink

Freelance Writer

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Mom fined $400 while pumping breast milk in passenger seat

One woman was fined $400 for not wearing her seatbelt correctly. This was not a case of negligence but rather circumstantial as she had been pumping breast milk for her 11-month-old son. She and her partner did not have a better time doing it and had not thought anything of it. Their car had become […]

Jade Small

Jade Small

Freelance Writer