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Poem / Poetry

September 23, 2017

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Estranged son Read More

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Poem / Other

June 23, 2017

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When I became a father, it gave me a new perspective on many things, including bedtime stories and books in general. Read More

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This poem was written to try and convey the true love of a knowing parent, realising how we lose innocence with knowledge, and that life is not always going to be happy, so you must make it what you want it to be. Read More
the unbridled desire to procreate has plunged and is plunging many in nigeria into yet deeper mire of impoverishment. newlyweds are urged by well-meaning friends and relatives to have sizeable number of kids and soonest irrespective of their capabilities and well being. thus, children are born with poverty as their… Read More

Short Story / Memoir

November 26, 2016

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Special toys have special meaning to children. Teddy bears are one of the most historically revered toy. This story relates the importance of a Teddy bear in the life of one small child, and how it came to dominate the family. Told with humor and a lesson to be learned,… Read More
A story of love and ignorance The hatred and the affection The power of regret The shame A story of a father and a son Read More
I'd like to suggest that parents stop trying to come across as something they are not when dealing with their children. Stop trying to fit some category defined by others and be who you are. Be open and honest with your children about your flaws and mistakes. Being open and… Read More

Book / Romance

November 08, 2016

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Comments: 1

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Andrew Yates is a divorced single man who has moved to California. Sierra Crawford is a divorced single parent who is seeking a proper man to help raise her child in the proper manor. Sierra reaches out to her ex to ask him to be a part of her child's… Read More

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A Christmas present becomes the object of a young girl's fixation. Read More

Tags: humor, parenting

a story of my life with my mother in vietnam Read More
The reason why this was rejected is actually pretty stupid. The assignment was to write an essay about the misrepresentation of women, which is what this essay is. However, my teacher wanted me to focus on Cosmopolitan magazine covers and not porn stars, celebrities or bad mothers; because women in… Read More

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Indian culture and art forms. A study lullabies in India. Read More

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A family prepares for a motoring trip. Read More
Love and commitment cut short. Read More

Poem / Young Adult

August 22, 2015

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Sometimes there's a darkness deeper inside Read More
This article focuses on how parents can cope with their children's health issues. It has been based on my personal experience of caring for my ill child and in no way should it be seen as professional advice. Read More

Poem / Romance

July 18, 2015

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Comments: 1

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she embarked upon a journey that began so lonesome and blue tears of pain she shed a desperate cry for help but who knew moments of silence she shared with the shadows of the moon pleading to the universe to stop the pain she once knew memories of abandonment, and… Read More

Short Story / Other

April 14, 2015

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A short story written from the perspective accounts of a father whose son has been diagnosed with Down's Syndrome; Quickly Outlines and Details the first few years of the sons life; Appropriate for all audiences... Read More

Poem / Poetry

April 04, 2015

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my feelings on children pageants . Read More

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As we transition from old to new in 2015 we bring with us triumphs and tribulations, moments of pride and regret. For parents one of our greatest challenges and often times greatest source of angst, and sometimes sorrow, is not being the kind of supportive role model we had alway… Read More

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Imagine Huckleberry Finn, sold and subsequently adopted at birth through an underground market, waking up in an urban world of wealth, a dysfunctional family, ROTC prep schools and trussed in a stubborn and unforgiving religion. Add to this an illicit love story, a mystery to resolve, a psychological thriller, and… Read More

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It is a piece about the parenting dilemma that I and many other parents face with a twist of humour to it.If you have had kids you will definitely understand what I am talking about.Even as I am writing it,my daughter is thumping on the keyboard ,hoping maybe to destroy… Read More
This piece may be controversial, but it has to be said. Read More
This piece shows how you can turn chaos into involvement, and reclaim so many lost hours of time that are better spent as a family. Read More
This piece is about finding things to anchor yourself to in order to build your own support systems, provide inner strength, and to ultimately build a true foundation for parenting. Read More
This is a piece that identifies one of the biggest lessons I've ever learned, and something everyone needs to realize when facing any adversity. Read More
This piece is meant to help parents understand and find a better way to communicate with their children. Read More

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The word "mother" is more than just a mere defintion Read More
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