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A Plea For Knowledgeable Parenting

A Plea For Knowledgeable Parenting

In conversation with a good friend, he mentioned how relieved he was that his grandson seems to have reached a contented, benevalent place. He and his daughter had been worried about the child's swearing, boasting, bossiness, telling his Mother that he hates her, yelling at people...I asked him how old his grandson was now. He had just turned five. I explained to him that the behavior was normal and on cue. Four and a half is an age of disequilibrium where out of bounds behavior is to be expected, followed at five by a stage of equilibrium and good fellowship.

The 3 Myths That Sabotage Your Quest For Love

The 3 Myths That Sabotage Your Quest For Love

Do you know the biggest mistake that’s keeping you from finding true love? The truth is, you are doing things that may actually be keeping love from you. This is a VERY common mistake that singles make—intelligent, successful, good looking people make—your dream partner can’t find you because you are actually doing things to repel your dreams.   And you don’t even know it!

When You Feel Hurt By Your Partner

When You Feel Hurt By Your Partner

I grew up with a very angry mother who would attack me out of the blue. As a highly sensitive only child, the fear and heartbreak of being treated so unlovingly was unbearable. So rather than feel the hurt, I numbed it out by learning to stay in my head rather than being present in my body, and by focusing on caretaking others' feelings. The only way I could survive was to not know that I was being so hurt.

Divorce with Kids 18 to 25

Divorce with Kids 18 to 25

DIVORCE WITH KIDS 18 to 25   Micki McWade Every parent going through divorce hopes to avoid damaging his or her children in the process. The children’s well being is the first goal and strong intention every parent articulates when I meet with them as their collaborative divorce coach. I tell parents that research results show that minimizing hurt is possible if parents have the right information and act accordingly.

The Ovulation Kit? Ingenious!

The Ovulation Kit? Ingenious!

I must say I am shocked!  I was dating this young lady and right before we were about to have sex, she says, “You know, I can get pregnant today or tomorrow, so if you have sex with me, there is a great possibility I could get pregnant.”  But, like 98 percent of the male population, we are thinking of the days of yore, when everything was pretty much a guess. I did not realize the seriousness of the statement, especially since it was right before we were going to have sex. Why did she wait for that moment to make this announcement?

Non-Mutual Divorce—I Do, I don't

Non-Mutual Divorce—I Do, I don't

Non-Mutual Divorce: I Do... I Don't Micki McWade, LMSW     The chances of a husband and wife sitting at the breakfast table and one says "I want a divorce" and the other says "Okay, let's do it," are slim to none. Usually, one person will initiate and the other will resist. The degree of resistance ranges from letting go reluctantly to fighting it all the way.