Parenting Guide To Crohn’s Disease In Children

Any type of chronic disorder may be especially difficult for a child to cope with. Likewise, being a parent to such a child may leave you feeling helpless and cheated. Unfortunately, the presence of Crohns Disease will not be any easier to bear or deal with, as it has particularly unpleasant side effects. Crohns Disease is a form of Inflammatory Bowel Disease which occurs when the immune system overreacts to an agent of the digestive system, sends excessive white blood cells to the area, and causes inflammation as a result. The exact cause of Crohns Disease is unknown, but doctors believe it is because the body misperceives positive bacteria naturally found in the intestines as being harmful. However, once the …

Break Up Help Advice

If you and your significant other are about to break up help is out there to show you how to get it done right. Don’t ever break up with someone over the phone or in a text message. Break up with them in person, preferably in private. Don’t humiliate them by breaking up in public. You will end up having more respect for yourself and although they will not like the fact you are breaking up with them, they will have more respect for you in the long run. Obviously, if your significant other has a tendency to become violent this advice will not apply to your situation. Stay safe and handle the break up over the phone or in …

How To Have Fun In Vegas If You Are not A Gambler

The casino, when I say this word casino actually several things pop into my mind and I can give you a list of what these things are. But first, I think it is important to say that many people go to Las Vegas and Atlantic City for these reasons, not only just to gamble and this is so important when planning a vacation to Las Vegas. Sure gambling is the base for all of this, but because of the glitz and glamour of Vegas in the 50’s, 60’s, and 70’s it created a much larger lifestyle than just a bunch of grubby old men sitting around a dingy table playing poker in smoky little poker rooms. As Vegas transformed into …

Joint Custody: 10 Strategies for Co-Parenting with an Uncooperative Ex

Almost six years ago, when the father of my children and I divorced, we wholeheartedly agreed to share joint custody of our two children, who were 3 and 6 years old at that time. During our nine years of marriage, we had never argued about parenting philosophies or values. I saw no indication that parenting after divorce would be any different. So, with the help of lots of books and research, I set about creating a lovely best-case scenario of how it would be after the divorce: co-hosting birthday parties, welcoming each others new partners into an extended and joyful family unit, sitting together at their school and sporting events while beaming with pride at the accomplishments of our beautiful …