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The mom, known only as SalaMandi92, shared her feelings on the subreddit r/Parenting:. "My daughter is 8 months old. I was conned into marrying her father, and he got me pregnant so I wouldn’t leave him. We are in the process of a divorce. "My daughter is 8 months old. I was conned into marrying her father, and he got me pregnant so I wouldn’t leave him. We are in the process of a divorce. "I am truly a single parent. I have no support system. "I am with my daughter 24/7. I work from home. I am lucky enough to be able to afford child care for 15 hours a week. "I am with my daughter 24/7. I work from home. I am lucky enough to be able to afford child care for 15 hours a week. "outside of that I’m juggling my career and trying to be a decent mom. I just want a f****** break. "Sometimes when I'm driving, I don’t want to go home. I just want to keep on driving. "I f****** hate being a mom because as much as I love my little girl, being so utterly alone and unsupported is exhausting. I just want a break". "I f****** hate being a mom because as much as I love my little girl, being so utterly alone and unsupported is exhausting. I just want a break". Redditor parents responded to the struggling mom, offering her support and helpful suggestions. Redditor parents responded to the struggling mom, offering her support and helpful suggestions. One user wrote, "It’s OK to feel this way. It’s OK to want help and want a break. "I can’t say it’ll be easy, but you will get through this. Stay strong Mama."
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A little boy from Nevada is going viral for his class photo — in which he wore a face mask — as proof that he really listens to his mother. Earlier this week, Nicole Peoples of Las Vegas shared a Facebook photo of her son Mason posing for his first-grade portrait wearing the face mask […]
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If the "devious licks" trend made you feel kind of icky, then you'll love the "angelic yield" challenge. TikTok recently condemned and banned the devious licks trend where users bragged about their petty thefts from school lavatories. now it looks like the misguided kids have sought to redeem themselves with the "angelic yields" challenge. TikTokers are returning the things they've stolen and restoring balance in the universe. The challenge has also evolved into people leaving items, useful or not, in the restrooms. The hashtag #angelicyield currently has 29.6 million views on TikTok. @allbriasf's yield was actually thoroughly angelic. She restocked her school bathroom with air fresheners, handsoap, quality toilet paper and feminine napkins she bought herself
Here are 5 ways parents can give themselves 10 minutes of self-care a day. 1. write in a journal. Studies have found that journaling can help with anxiety and stress and may even boost your immune system! . 2. meditate. Studies have found that mindfulness meditation can help reduce anxiety, stress, and depression. 3. take a walk. Going for a short walk can help boost both physical and mental health, according to the Mayo Clinic. 4. get outside. According to one study, spending 120 minutes a week in nature can boost health and well-being. 5. make art. Whether you’re painting a masterpiece or simply enjoying a coloring book, making art can have real mental health benefits, according to the Mental Health Foundation
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A new TikTok trend is landing kids in the hospital. The "magnet" trend might sound harmless at first. People place two magnets on either side of their tongue so that it looks like they've got a piercing. The "magnet" trend might sound harmless at first. People place two magnets on either side of their tongue so that it looks like they've got a piercing. These small magnets are not just major choking hazards, swallowing one can cause severe, even fatal, damage to internal organs. In the U.K., at least three children have been hospitalized after swallowing magnets for the TikTok trend. In the U.K., at least three children have been hospitalized after swallowing magnets for the TikTok trend. Faye Elizabeth's 13-year-old daughter swallowed 15 magnetic beads and required major abdominal surgery. Ellis Tripp, an 11-year-old, underwent a six-hour surgery to remove five inches of his bowel after participating in the challenge. Meanwhile, 9-year-old Jack Mason had his appendix, small bowel and part of his large bowel removed after swallowing magnets. "It was explained to me that the damage these magnets can cause could be so extreme that he might not pull through," Mason's mother, told BBC News. Gregor Walker, a pediatric surgeon involved with Mason's treatment at the Royal Hospital for Children in Glasgow released a statement to BBC News. "Increasing awareness is extremely important. 20% of the children who swallow magnets have required a procedure, with 10% requiring major surgery"
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Here are 5 ways to babyproof your child’s nursery. 1. Keep closet doors locked. The Cleveland Clinic recommends childproofing doors using child safety locks that allow you to open them easily, but keep curious kids out. 2. Keep the nursery door secured partially open. If your child spends unsupervised time in their room during the day, a child-proof safety lock that keeps the door partially open can be a great option. 3. Anchor dressers and bookshelves. The Mayo Clinic recommends anchoring dressers, bookshelves, and other heavy furniture to prevent it from falling on your child. 4. Keep hazards away from the crib. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends parents pay particular attention to crib safety, since your baby will be left in their crib unattended. 5. Choose cordless blinds. According to The National Safety Council, the cords on blinds pose a strangulation hazard for small children. They recommend purchasing cordless blinds, if possible