Tag: parent

Will the robots destroy the books?

  Is reading really becoming a thing of the past? I highly doubt it. But it is becoming less popular and this makes me sad. When I look at my teenager I want to weep with frustration, for many, many, reasons, one of which is that he has zero interest in reading. Zero. When I

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The joys of being a parent…

  and the guilt, worry, anxiety and major stress that comes with it!   This post was inspired by talking to my lovely author friend and fellow blogger, Debbie Ioanna. We have very similar writing styles and it’s obvious that we see many things in the same way. Debbie suggested that we should do a

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Maternal instincts

  In today’s modern society more and more women are choosing to not have children. Something which I believe is the own personal choice of the said individual and honestly I don’t really have much of an opinion on it, the choice I mean, not the subject itself. Otherwise I wouldn’t have written this post.

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My world…

  …or not.   I love my darling son more than anything in this Universe and I will protect, defend and help him for as long as I am able. He is more precious to me than any thing else. Which I’m sure is the case for most parents and their own children. There is

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Parental Woes

I’ve not given you the attention you deserve, the undivided acknowledgement that I should have bestowed upon your every waking hour. You have surely deserved better, I know you have. It hurts me deep inside, it’s a gut wrenching guilt that breaks me from inside. Is this how all parents feel? Or have I genuinely

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