Men display our HE-motions in different ways than women. We are not less emotional but we are simple and we regulate our emotions well. We only cry if there is a legitimate reason to cry. We love and sometimes it can seem like tough love. We are more disciplinarians than we are nurturers but when it comes to our kids we are willing to express a loving kindness that is uniquely our own.
by Renee' D. Campbell 5 years ago
How does taking care of a parent make you feel?Our parents raise and took care of us. So what happens when the tables are turned?
by LaThing 5 years ago
What is the best indoor plant in terms of taking care of it?In other words, which indoor plant would be the easiest to ake care of?
by TJ Stephens 8 years ago
Are you taking care of an aging parent in your home?If so, I'd like to hear about:- What are some of your biggest challenges?- What are some of the positives?- How is your family getting along?- What resources you are using to help you?- Are there any products that have been particularly helpful?
by backporchstories 6 years ago
Why is it that in America, the majority fall short of taking care of our ailing and aging parents?It seems like most people are too busy with their lives to be responsible for our aging parents. Too often we look to nursing homes or elderly community living to see to those golden years of the...
by Devika Primić 4 years ago
Is a mother capable of taking care of her new born and her first child of a year old and seven monthShe has a week old baby and insists on taking care of her fist child do you think it is a good for her mentally to have take care of both her children and especially with a newly born?
by Ruchi Urvashi 7 years ago
How can I take time off and rest when taking care of a toddler?
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