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Signs You’re Ready to Get a Pet Together

Getting a pet is a big deal. A lot of people don’t treat it that way, but it really is. I mean you are promising to care for another life after all, which. Not only that, but you will come to love your new pet so much that it’s unreal. That’s why you should be absolutely certain...
Posted On 08 Apr 2018

AdultProofing: How To Make Your Home Safe For Your Elders

There comes a time in life when you many be considering having your elderly parent move in with you. When faced with the often concerning realities and soaring costs of care homes, it’s not a surprise that many of us look at the option of creating a multi-generational family home...
Posted On 25 Mar 2018

How To Keep Your Parents Safe

As we grow up and get older, certain dynamics tend to change. Now we’re an adult, we’re the ones that have to be responsible and more sensible. But not only that, we’re also the ones that start looking after our own parents as they may no longer be as able to do...
Posted On 05 Mar 2018

Family First: Where to go When Your Loved Ones are Being Hurt

Abuse of the elderly can happen to anyone, anywhere – even in a nursing home. According to statistics, between four and ten percent of seniors aged 65 and above experience abuse at least once a year, and more than 3 million individuals in the United States experience neglect or...
Posted On 01 Mar 2018

Remaining Civil and Moving On Following a Divorce

You meet your soulmate, you travel the world, you buy your house, you have kids, you go on vacation, and you settle into your lives ready to stick together until the day you die, preferably lying beside one another in bed and holding hands. That is the fairytale that many people...
Posted On 22 Feb 2018

Why Fish are the Perfect Pets

For every 1000 households in the USA, there are approximately 7,738 pet fish, and that isn’t really surprising because fish make the perfect pets for so many reasons. If you’re looking for a pet that’s fairly low-maintenance, interesting to be around and which will fit in with...
Posted On 20 Feb 2018

How To Encourage Your Child to Participate in More Sport

Sport should be more than just a simple way to pass time after school. After all, it can help you to teach your child the importance of teamwork and it can also help them to really strengthen their bones and even their muscles. It reduces the chance of them becoming obese and it...
Posted On 20 Feb 2018

5 Heart-Healthy Family Activities for American Heart Month

In honor of American Heart Month in February, I wanted to share five heart-healthy, entertaining family activities that parents and kids alike can enjoy together – plus they’re a wonderful reminder for us to take care of our hearts and the hearts of those we love this month and...
Posted On 14 Feb 2018

What to Say to Your Teen When They Ask for a Motorcycle

As a parent of a teenager, their safety should be of utmost concern to you. When they start driving, they need to be minded as much as possible. It’s possible your teen doesn’t want a car. They might want something a bit more dangerous. If your teen asks for a motorcycle, you...
Posted On 13 Feb 2018

How to Stay Safe When Confronted with a Rabid Dog

It is important to understand the signs of a rabid dog to avoid a bite or scratch that can lead to contamination. The rabies virus is highly contagious through openings in the skin, and a dog that has this disease might show signs of aggressiveness, but in some cases, the animal...
Posted On 08 Feb 2018

What to Do When Your Ex Won’t Pay Child Support

Many parents have an ex who does not pay child support. You are not alone in this battle. The following are a few tips to help you deal with your situation. Power Play One thing that may end up working for you is if you talk to your ex’s parents or siblings. You want to be honest...
Posted On 05 Feb 2018

Health In Later Life: The Best Ways To Care For Aging Relatives

Aging is inevitable. Although many of us would love nothing more than to look and feel youthful for the rest of time, this simply isn’t possible. We start life entirely dependent on our parents, and for many of us, reaching the stage when roles are reversed can be a strange and...
Posted On 12 Jan 2018

Need to Move? How to Include the Entire Family When Choosing a New Home

A job offer has led you to move to a new location. Or perhaps you’re outgrowing your current home. For many reasons, families find they must move to a new home. While this can be an exciting time, it can also be frightening and frustrating. It helps if you’re able to get everyone...