Whether you've always had a bad relationship with your mom, or it's a newer development, dealing with toxicity in your life is never fun. It's draining, dramatic, and upsetting to be around, so the sooner you can learn how to handle your toxic mom , the better. This means learning how to diffuse arguments and knowing when to walk away, but it also means accepting that you two have a toxic thing going on. Learning to accept and process your disappointment, anger, or grief about the person they are will go a long way in creating the space for communication with them. Once you've come to terms with it — which will take time, and may even be an ongoing process — you'll be better equipped to look out for yourself. Because this is what it's all about.
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'Hottest mom in the world' mistaken for her daughter's sister
Jordan, Tyler, come here. Sit down. I wanted to speak to you today about something that's been on Mommy's mind a lot lately. As you know, it's been almost two whole years since your father passed away, and we all miss him very, very much.
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A Florida mom was arrested Thursday after her underage daughter was recorded licking a tongue depressor and placing it back with unused depressors at a Jacksonville doctor's office. Cori E. Ward, 30, was arrested on a felony charge of tampering with a consumer product without regard for possible death or bodily injury, according to jail records from the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office. Ward is not eligible for bond and is due in court on Friday.
When you're the parent of a young child, it honestly makes a ton of sense to multitask by bathing with your kid. It certainly might not be the most relaxing experience to share a bathtub with a squirmy toddler, but let's face it, the early years of parenthood aren't usually full of long, relaxing baths as it is, and the two-birds-with-one-stone approach is majorly efficient. But at what point does co-bathing become a no-no? While it might seem extreme to some parents, this mom still bathes with her year-old son , and on Tuesday she defended her stance on the British talk show This Morning , arguing that continuing to co-bathe with older kids is perfectly natural.