What can be done to help babies in bonding to their parents without a smartphone getting in between?
Inspired by a fellow blogger Jaye Marie who wrote the following on her post on Relationships : I have always been fascinated by relationships. Any kind of relationship really, for as I grew up, it seemed everyone had one except me. I spent most of my childhood in foster or children’s homes, where most of the other kids were just […]
The Daily Prompt I chose “Baby ” as babies always have my interest.
On the subject "What to do in times of crisis" I share my feelings at the time I lost my mother
The last five years I have developed a daughter like friendship with a young woman Stephanie whose mother had postnatal depression and later got psychosis. I met her as she was among a group of friends with my second son while he was still studying. I was very attracted to her because she seemed much more mature than what is typical for being […]
In Danish we have two words for grandmother. A grandmother on mother’s side is “Mormor”, mother’s mother and a grandmother on father’s side is “farmor”, father’s mother. My parents & Emry and Asta my grand parents and our first summer 1951 I don’t know how it is in other languages but here in my country it’s like you have to […]
On the 13th of July I always think about the many lovely birthdays that my mother had. She always arranged and cooked everything herself....
Inspired yesterday by reading the courage challenge by blogger “Silver Lining Mama” I have decided to give my contribution. Overcoming fear in my personality has been an issue my whole life. What struck me yesterday while reading her post was that you have to know your enemy to conquer it. My fear enemy goes back to early childhood. My father was a […]
Emotional neglect in childhood is shown in the character if not handled lovingly in time.
To give the true and loving story to a child about his past will help that child to know that his life is valuable and will lift the burden of the unknown.