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Octomom Nadya Suleman Takes Two Babies Home

Again, media frenzy takes over as Nadya Suleman takes home two of her babies, Noah and Isaiah. Seeing the little ones with her vividly reminds us again of the importance of parenting. We set the standards by which our own children mature and take their place in society. We can share our values and ideals with them informally over family dinners or privately in one-on-one conversations. These are the kinds of lessons we want to teach our children: Don’t just take the easy way out, even when it is difficult … Continue reading

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Nadya Suleman and New Possibilities

The situation may be changing for Nadya Suleman. Apparently her father is buying a house where she and her family will move. And she’ll be getting help to raise her octuplets. Television’s Dr. Phil McGraw said that Suleman will accept help from Angels in Waiting – a nonprofit volunteer group that offers childcare. Public sentiment about the birth took a sharp turn when it was learned that all 14 of Suleman’s children were conceived through in vitro fertilization, and that she is unemployed and single. The road ahead will be … Continue reading

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Where Nadya Suleman Can Find Support

All Nadya Suleman ever wanted was to be a mom: “I longed for certain connections and attachments with another person that I really lacked, I believe, growing up.” She thinks that motherhood cured her depression. But child birth should not be used as a form of self- medication. Knowledge is power. Use it to your advantage. Get information about ways to deal with how you’re feeling – explore the Internet or the self-help section of bookstores. Think about the natural and logical consequences of the decisions you are making. Talk … Continue reading

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Suleman Preparing Octuplets to Leave Hospital

It seems as if the first of Nadya Suleman’s octuplets will soon be discharged from the hospital. This is when she needs to hone her de-stressing skills. As Sandwiched Boomers, your plate must be full as well. Click on the title of this post to read an article on Nourishing the Sandwich that is You. And what follows are some tips that will help you cope: Honor your body by understanding what makes you feel better, both physically and emotionally. Pay attention to your exercise routine, what you eat, your … Continue reading

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