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Feb 18, 2012
Category: Family Issues
Posted By: Larry

In September 2011 my wife died  of a pulmonary embolism. She was 34 and left me with our son who is now a year old. Being a single dad and dealing with the grief of losing my wife, I need as much help as I can get. Her mom and my parents have been there repeatedly for us although they live 50 minutes away. My dad is retired and I am constantly having to call on him to come get my son due to sickness or the daycare is closed because I have to work.  I miss my wife very much and it tears me up that my son will not know his mother growing up...

Feb 5, 2012
Category: Teens
Posted By: Hannah

I have reason to believe my friend is self harming but I don’t know for sure. She is 14 years old.  I saw 5 consecutive straight lines on her arm today, I asked her what happened, she covered it up and quickly dismissed it.  I don’t want to get involved to find it is nothing, but also don’t want to ignore it and find its something.

Please help me work out what to do,


Jan 2, 2012
Category: Children
Posted By: Victoria

My 8 year old daughter keeps peeing herself in the day and at night.  I have taken her to the doctor who says that she is fine.  I don't know what to do.  I know she seems anxious sometimes.  She made the comment that she always does things wrong and I always correct her if she does something wrong, but I can't just let her wetting just go unadressed?  Is there any way I can calm her nerves or any other reasons for bedwetting that I could look into?


Nov 1, 2011
Category: Family Issues
Posted By: Liz
Hi, I am a divorced mother of 2 girls (9 & 6), my ex and I are relatively amicable. They live with me and go to him (and his new girlfriend) every other weekend but he doesn't really call or see them in the intervening weeks. Normal weekends are fine (although I do get a few moans about going occasionally - from both of them).  However, my oldest daughter gets really upset whenever her dad takes them away for the weekend, or away in the summer holidays, so much so she has started worrying now about next summer. This weekend he has taken them away and my oldest daughter has spent nights sobbing about going. My question is when can I say to him they don't want to go?  Should I force them to go?  Is this really the best thing for them?

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