Jun 15th 2011 3:49PM I have to smile (laugh) when I see these couples with a 30+ year age difference. Do you really think these girls would fall madly in love with the 85-year-old man next door? Would they gush about finding their "soul mate" and "the man who is really in touch with me--who I am." Right!
Jun 9th 2011 2:22PM WELL said.
Jun 9th 2011 2:19PM To all you wonderful "MOTHERS OF THE YEAR." Congratulations. This mother was dealing with a child with an undiagnosed condition that was causing a myriad of problems and she was being very honest about her true feelings. To me, she is saying there wasn't any joy like there should have been with this child. The things that bring joy...eating solid food, crawling, walking, babbling, laughing and smiling...weren't there, just problems. That would wear on any mother if it went on long enough, and some more than others. Sounds like there may have been some postpartum issues as well. The true value of this story is to let other mothers who are feeling the same to speak out and get help, whether it's their own mental health or an undiagnosed problem with the child. As for those of you who have never had this problem, count your blessings.
May 26th 2011 5:44PM Woman reads a novel about a fictional experiment and decides to do the same with her own child, more precisely, her child's life. Wacky! Equality between human beings is a good thing and a "must" in civilized society, but males and females will never, ever, ever be the same. The degree of difference varies, but there's a difference. Denying our differences always leaves one sex or the other in the dust. Both sexes are to be celebrated.
May 13th 2011 9:14AM Did she lose a bet?
Apr 26th 2011 12:24PM Too much stress can sometimes make BP2 go out of control. It doesn't surprise me that she sought help AFTER the extremely stressful times. Also, bipolar depression is not the same as being depressed...it has it's own so-called agenda. The extreme highs and lows and anxiety can be caused by outside factors or just flare up for no reason. I wish her well in her recovery.
Mar 31st 2011 9:18AM Ah! Talk about a phony 40 lb. weight loss and then say her "secret" is in her book. Buzz off.
Mar 30th 2011 1:24PM Yeah, sad alright.... ALL THE WAY TO THE BANK! YIPPPEEEEE---GO JACOB!
Mar 30th 2011 1:21PM Wow! Everyone is so p*ssed off because this beautiful child is so brilliant! Love the comments like, "a lot of kids his age take college courses," and "every student at MIT has an IQ over 170." In other words..."he ain't so special." Geesh. He's one in a million--a remarkable child. God Bless You, Jacob
Mar 30th 2011 1:12PM Ditto...and I still can't tell time instantly by looking at a clock, and I don't know right from left without thinking about it. Thus, no flag-carrying in the school band and definitely no military. Nearly failed reading but had already stole and read every one of my mother's best seller novels in grammar school (do not let your 4th grader read The Exorcist). Found school very boring and very difficult at the same time--not easy.
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