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How to Be There for Someone Going Through a Thing

Hi, friends. I’m here to talk about something that no one likes, and that is when you have a friend going through something hard, but especially and specifically when it is a thing you yourself have never experienced directly. Because that’s where things get tricky. You want to be there for them, but you have literally […]

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Let's All Be Cheerleaders

Let’s All Be Cheerleaders

Something I’m hearing a lot about nowadays is this gross trend of mom-shaming or mom-judging. You know – someone [most often a complete stranger] says something to you about your parenting, obviously convinced they are doing you/your kid/the world a HUGE service, which makes you feel like a garbage person in the process. Most of the […]

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A Mother’s Embrace

Hug: noun, “an act of holding someone tightly in one’s arms, typically to express affection.” There are hugs we will never forget: the first cradle of our children, a sofa snuggle with a new love, the last embrace of a dying loved one, or the tight squeeze from a spouse after being apart for a […]

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