Being a single parent can be one of the toughest “jobs” in the world. Raising kids and providing for them all at the same and by yourself can be very stressful, according to psychologists. You worry about what other people might say and how your child is going to be accepted in society for there will always be a stigma on single parenting.
Mental Illness is the stigma of the mind that is common nowadays. The cases of patients battling with the illness have been increasing through the years. But, what if it happens in one of our family members? What can we do to support and help them recover from the illness?
This article is a Part 2 blog on 21 Ways To Fix Your Marriage Problems Without Counseling. If you haven’t read the first part, it is highly suggested that you go there first and read it. Continue reading “21 Ways To Fix Your Marriage Problems Without Counseling Part 2”
“Mom!!! Sean is pulling my hair again!!! He is so mean, mom!”
And I heard my little Sean laugh with how he caused distress on his older sister, Sierra. Continue reading “How To Tame Your Cute And Naughty Toddler”
Let me tell you about my family – my husband and my five children, a bit of my life.
I got married when I was young and still in college. My husband is an Islam believer, and for us to be together in marriage, I had to convert to Islam. I didn’t mind doing that for I loved him dearly. He was my knight in shining armor, my king, and I was his queen. I was 19, naive, gullible and too much in love to understand the married life.
There will come a time that you will encounter a problem with your marriage. That’s fine and normal, and everyone experiences it. Continue reading “21 Ways To Fix Your Marriage Problems Without Counseling Part 1”