By Chief Writer for Veterans United Network, Levi Newman, for GalTime.com new dads and work People talk a lot about how working moms are affected by having children, but I rarely hear the conversation turn toward how working dads’ lives are changed. My life was dramatically altered when my wife and I started having kids, and I don’t think I’m alone in that.
By RD & Certified Kids' Nutrition Specialist, Colleen Hurley, for GalTime.com getting kids to eat healthier Snacks not only can help curb hunger but can also make sure your family gets their daily dose of fruits and vegetables. Healthy snacks are particularly important for little ones because their tummies are tiny and often prefer to ‘graze’ throughout the day.
By GalTime College Coach, Suzanne Shaffer, for GalTime.com getting your student ready for the big test(s) Yes, I said parents. Because let’s face it, standardized test prep and test taking will stress the entire household, even the parents. Nancy Berk, author of “College Bound and Gagged” describes it like this:
This month’s article will focus on what men wished women knew about them by listing below just a few ways women can better understand their partners. Stay tuned for Part Two: What Women Wished Men Knew About Them. 1. After all this time, why do women still have such a difficult time understanding men?
By Relationship & Sex Talk, Jane Greer, Ph.D., for GalTime.com When Kristen Stewart admitted to cheating on boyfriend and Twilight co-star Robert Pattinson, it was all over the news. So it was surprising to see that the recent buzz about Robert's forgiving Kristin was tucked away in the New York Post where it could easily have been missed.
This guest article from Psych Central was written by Nathan Feiles, LMSW Money can be a touchy topic in relationships, whether you have a little bit or a whole lot. How we handle money is usually related to a deeper emotional issue, rather than strictly a financial issue. Our personal relationship with money creates the foundation for how we handle finances in our significant relationships.
Is your teenager getting enough sleep? Most experts recommend that teenagers get about 9 hours sleep per night. In a study done at the University of Pittsburgh, the average teenager had 6.4 hours of sleep. An additional hour of sleep, improved insulin resistance on average by about 9 percent. It is believed that insulin resistance leads to the development of Diabetes Type 2.
God is stronger than our fears and anxieties. God can be a powerful ally in overcoming our fears, however a person must know where to begin. The key is to talk to God about your problem and then use him as your main foundation in overcoming your fears. A person can go to church or to a quiet place during the day to tell God that they are having a problem. They should tell God how they feel and ask God for some of his help. Each and every day, a person should make it up a habit to talk to God and ask for his help.
Prayer can be very effective in managing your fears and anxieties. There are countless numbers of people who have experienced the power of prayer. Here are some reasons on why prayer can be effective in managing your anxieties, fears, and stresses. Asking God for help is a great way to manage your fears and anxieties. When you pray, you are asking God to help you manage your fears. God is the most powerful person in the universe and he is willing to help you if you ask him. Prayer is the way to do this.
So, how can you support a loved one with an illness? Here are five suggestions.