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The Facebook Pages That Will REALLY Help You Save Money

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Is There a Right Time to Have a First Child?

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At least twice a week in my practice, I will have a young, bright, and ambitious 20-something year old woman sitting across from me. We’ll ponder life together: Career, friends, hobbies, and relationships.

Invariably at least once a week, one of them will tell me that she has a life plan, which includes having kids before the age of 30.The closer they might be to said age without the prospect of procreation in sight, the more angst they feel about ‘missing the deadline.’ When I inquire as to why the deadline is age 30, the response is usually that having kids over the age of 30 is “too old.”

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Why do Parents Abuse Their Children?

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My 14 years old daughter is a normal teen.

By “normal”, I mean that she doesn’t talk to her mom (myself) a lot.

Here’s a typical mother-daughter talk:

1. I’m asking her something, she mumbles back.

2. I’m trying to understand what she said.

3. She gets angry and swears that she’ll never speak to me again.

4. She turns her back and storms away, end of conversation.

5. I’m completely and utterly puzzled as to what just happened.

From time to time though, no prior notice, she opens up to me and we share those special moments in which I get a short glimpse of what’s really going on in her world.

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Whether You’re a Parent, or Working with Parents: This post is for you!

I’ll start with a short apology:

It’s been long since I posted!

Juggeling between 3 kids, among them a tween turning to a slamming-doors teen 🙂 and a full day job did not leave me a lot of time to blog.

So my personal blog… well yes, it was pushed aside.

2 years ago I built a website for us parents and parenting experts to discuss our parenting challenges.

This site has become a great resource for parents:

Currently it has a community of 11.2 K Twitter followers, great content & many parenting experts of various proffesions, as well as bloggers, sharing their experience and thoughts there.

If you’re a parent you should join our mailing list, Twitter, pinterest, FB . You’ll get lot’s of awesome content from our experts!

If you are WORKING with parents, joining our parenting experts community can actually become your second website, another awesome platform for exposing your business to potential targeted audience, helping and communicating with customers.

You can see our experts here:

An Expert profile includes unlimited articles hosted by us, your videos and events: If for example you are working with parenting groups, participating in conferences etc., this is the place to notify your followers about it.

That’s how it looks:

You can read more about why you should join our community here:

Experts Profile

Still waiting???

To register as a parenting expert, please press here.

I promiss to answer ASAP! 🙂

I’m looking forward to having you join us, whether you’re a parenting expert, or an active blogger who loves blogging about your parenting experience.

Don’t forget to share this post, perhaps some of your followers are parenting experts who are not familiar with our community yet, and your sharing will make a difference for them!

See you @ parents-space 🙂

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An amazing story of a child abuse survivor

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I’ve been neglecting my readers lately:  Summer, kids, you know, nothing personal:)

I admit – this summer has pushed me back into my comfort zone.

I sent my third / smallest child – 6 already (when did that happen), to first grade today.

Had to remind myself repeatedly that eventually it will all be ok. That she’ll be fine, my baby.

Not a baby anymore, is she.

Why is my heart-broken?

Anyway, that’s not what I planned to write about:

I planned to write about child abuse, and about a very special person.

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August 27, 2013 · 1:07 pm

Mommy, Is this a Gay Pedophile?

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I don’t have a lot of time to post these days, but this question above has kicked me out of my comfort zone.

I’ve been rambling to you quite a lot about my tween, haven’t I?

The last days it became clear to me that I need help adapting to my new role:

A Mom to Tween, experiencing lose of control in an ever-changing-fast-technological world, where kids are exposed to info that is difficult even for us grownups to absorb.

Listen to this: There was a lecture in my daughter’s school, by a police figure handling computer crimes.

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Mindful dads are fighting back!

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It was after the third angry mail I received from male bloggers, following this post about the first exceptional dad contributor to my new site http://www.parents-space.com,  (here) that it struck me: Unintentionally, I just started a mini genders war. Continue reading

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Here He Comes, The First Man

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The first man: Not only did he say that he is willing to become a Parents-Space.com author, he actually posted

This brave blogger is Pieter from http://pieterk515.wordpress.com/ , a proud dad and cool blogger you should all get to know. Always makes me laugh.

Pieter – I admire your guts, a first male author in a feminine neighbourhood! Continue reading

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Calling all parents

To all you parents out there:  My newborn, 1 month old  www.parents-space.com ,  is already becoming a great resource of information for parents.

(If I sound proud, it’s because I am!)

An amazing group of contributing authors (which I can’t thank enough) have gathered together to write in PS  ; some of them are counsellors, some are parents sharing their daily challenges, and all are there for you. Continue reading

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I’m a crying baby!

My dad is a sportive and thin turning 70 – looking 55 man.

During a regular physical check-up, he was urgently rushed into a heart bypass surgery; the doctors told him that he can get a heart attack any minute now, and there’s no chance he will survive it. Continue reading

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