Why Women Are Reluctant to Admit They Are Nurturers at Heart

It seems that in an effort to eliminate gender bias, sometimes we have swung too far in the opposite direction. You will often notice that some women are reluctant to embrace the nurturing side of their nature because traditionally, women have been called such things as “the weaker sex.” Based on historical evidence, a great number of women have had trouble competing in a male dominated society. Great strides have been made towards equality, but in so doing, are we denying basic biological … [Read more...]

Parents and caregivers – 10 Facts About Febrile Seizures

It is estimated that 1 in every 25 children will have a febrile seizure, according to the National Institutes of Health. For parents whose child experiences a febrile seizure, the experience can be terrifying. Many parents are surprised to learn that young children can experience a seizure as a result of a fever. Fortunately, while febrile seizures are horrifying to watch, they are typically harmless and result in no long-term health risks or complications. Parents and caregivers should … [Read more...]

Arsya Reynova, On Love and Kindness

On Love and Kindness Most people have an inspiration in their life. Maybe it's a talk with someone you respect or an experience. Whatever the inspiration, it tends to make you look at life from different perspective. My inspiration always comes from my mother, Sri. She's a great success as a wife and a mother, a sister, a daughter and a friend. She's so smart and kind, plus my friend say she is gorgeous and all that. But it's more how she handles things, how she treats her friends … [Read more...]

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