This Season, Let Your Kids Don’t Succeed in School

This Season, Let Your Kids Don’t Succeed in School

September 12, 2013 by Domingue Edward  
Published in Motherhood

Tossing a protection net under a kid is similar to slinging a noose around his throat. Everyone wants kids to be successful.

Torn Between Two Great Women

Torn Between Two Great Women

November 23, 2011 by V rank  
Published in Motherhood

So, I guess I’m having two separate travels in two consecutive weeks.

Sex Blog: 10 Reasons You Should Not Marry

Sex Blog: 10 Reasons You Should Not Marry

May 3, 2011 by AllAboutSexBlog  
Published in Relationships

Waiting impatiently for the moment that you dress white wedding dress? You’d do anything for that time? Think again! Here are some reasons for that totally uninspired you might be tempted to say "YES!"

When Your Partner’s Mother Dies: What to Do?

When Your Partner’s Mother Dies: What to Do?

April 2, 2011 by Nicholl McGuire  
Published in Motherhood

It’s bound to happen to any of us, the death of a parent. So what do you do when the day comes that someone you love loses his or her mother? Article explains.

Just for You Called The Women

Just for You Called The Women

January 19, 2011 by n4f1ss  
Published in Women

Women is a symbol of faccidity and love, with softness the world became peaceful. Be the best mother in giving love to her children and make the best wife for the husband.

What’s Really in a Name, Anyway?

What’s Really in a Name, Anyway?

January 22, 2010 by JC Eberhart  
Published in Motherhood

I thought silently, "Now. … what in the world shall I have my grandchildren call me, anyway? After all, I’m the grandmother here, so I should get to choose my own title!"

Tea Party Traditions

Tea Party Traditions

June 21, 2009 by Maggie May Barry  
Published in Women

Tea Parties – not just for little girls and their dolls anymore. Afternoon tea rituals can be a great opportunity for some girl-time bonding.

The Women Who Rule Your Man’s Heart

The Women Who Rule Your Man’s Heart

March 29, 2007 by Cassandra George Sturges, Psy.D  
Published in Dating

His mother, grandmother, aunts, sister and other females relatives have defined womanhood for him through interaction such as eating, sleeping, playing, performing chores, watching television, down to simply deciding who should sit in the front seat of the car. They will tell him all of the dirty little secrets that women share about the virtues and hidden agendas of other women. They will determine if you are good enough for him to marry.