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" CAUTION" Parenting ahead...
my debut essay in booksie.com. This is based loosely on the dating journey I have been on over the past 4 years, as well as some stories from my fellow travelers on the second chance at love highway.
Essay | Updated Dec 23, 2010 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Recently written. This basically talks about a boy with no father and living life with his own knowledge and guidance. No role model, no effort. Sadly, 95% of this is true.
By Jessa Sumner
The debate over successful parenting continues.
By Mike Florio
Another poem that marvels at the different mindsets of youth and adults. This one focuses largely on aesthetics.
In this rare and explosive interview, Jay Sawyer discusses his childhood and the abomination that we call the education system.
Reflecting upon tragedy.
By Jackie Madden Haugh
The key to enabling (whether itâ€™s of yourself or those you love) is to know how much to give in any situation. This knowledge comes by knowing yourself. When we are truly connected with all that we are, we are in control and generate our own life experiences. Self-awareness gives us the...
Short Story | Updated May 22, 2010 | Reads: 15 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
The dream that exposed my gayness.
By Practically Enchanted
This is a Poem I wrote about the bond between sons and fathers and the important role a father plays in a childs life and learning process.
By Silver Wings
I wrote this as I am a Maternal and Child Health Nurse and was sick of people saying but you just weigh babies don't you...a bit tongue in cheek but a sense of fun at the same time...and no we don't JUST WEIGH BABIES!!!!
A story about a young woman and the man she marries out of convenience. She's well-loved by everyone who knows her and he's a widower with a child to raise. They agree to see where the relationship leads.
Another fight with my mom..
My mom and i used to fight A LOT when i was younger. one friend even commented that she didn't know if there was a tiem that we werent at each others throats.
This was wrote for my son that fought for his life several years ago after a caregiver shook him at the age of 8 months and he almost died, but together our will to fight helped him survive.
Poetry | Updated Sep 20, 2009 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 2