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I fear with the vast majority of the responses I got on the original post, I didn't express my question well enough. I am painfully aware he doesn't like me at this point, that's his deal I get that. It's the unjustifiable rudeness that I have a problem with. I mean, I understand, there's people I...
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Need help guys I'm struggling.. My 2 year old son has fractured his collarbone. Doctors have given him a sling to wear. But theres a no way I cant get it on him - I have forced / bribed / put it on myself to show it doesnt hurt etc - but nothing is working. He is not in pain. Only if he does...
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Hi, my 5yr daughter has ears that stick out and she has noticed it. Just wondering anyone’s else’s that has got them pinned back on a young girl and how much please.

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Separation anxiety is fairly normal occurrence and most children will experience this at some stage. And it's something they will eventually grow out of. My daughter suffered from it when she started prep so i've learnt some things along the way so I thought I would share them with you all. 1) Make sure tell them what is happening. Explain using direct language what will be happening try to do...
About Author: JB is the volunteer co-coordinator, and a regular writer, for Fighters Against Child Abuse Australia. She is a stay-at-home mum with 6 children aged between the ages of 7 months and 20 years and is currently working toward a BA Literature / Sociology, and a diploma in counselling. Child sexual abuse is a topic nobody wants to talk about. Not only is it an uncomfortable subject, but...
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