Category Son Relations

11 Tips on Why My Son Is Against Me And How To Overcome It (My Son IS Against Me)

My Son Is Against Me

My Son Is Against Me

My Son is against me, Children’s minds are very soft they begin their lives loving their parents than their family and then friends. They grow to judge people not so harshly but once grown up their perception of life changes they become more and more judgmental about the ways of their parents. And if they find any flaw with them they try to cut them out of their lives.

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A Complaint From A Mother To Addicted Son , How To Help An Addict

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How To Help An Addict

How To Help An Addict, My son is alcoholic and smokes a lot, and does not listen to whatever I say.

We all know alcohol is a dangerous poison but what can one do if he has a relative a blood relation goes alcoholic and is destroying his mental and physical health? My son is alcoholic for a long time now he drinks and smokes too much continuously destroying his health and has become so rude now that doesn’t listen to anyone.

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Being Adult Child Of My Parents Do I Get More Priority Than My Siblings?

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Adult child

Adult Child, Men, and women mature physically with age and become capable of surviving on their own. Adult children in any family will transform into a more stable person and can deal with emotional pain more maturely as compared with their younger siblings.

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I Being A Special Child -Special Child Protection

Special Child

Special Child

Special Child, I think every child is special, don’t you? We all this so but what it means when we say a special needs child? This means that a kid is either suffering from a disease or is disabled in some way and it surely means he needs extra care he become emotional or has some learning problems.

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How To Look After Cp (Cerebral Palsy) Child, Cerebral Palsy Treatment

Cerebral Palsy Treatment

Cerebral Palsy Treatment

Cerebral Palsy Treatment, Children who have cerebral palsy always call for special needs. Much of his treatments are done by doctors and therapists but it’s you who has to handle him and it’s your responsibility to make his life easy in any way possible.

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