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Must Read: Swine Flu / Child Incest
September 15, 2009

Swine Flu / Child Incest - Must Read Articles

Family Matters Parenting Magazine

... because your family matters more than anything else. In This Month's Issue
1. Swine Flu: What to Do to Make Your Family Safe
2. Child Incest & Its Lasting Effects
3. Your Turn to Give Parenting Advice
4. Trial Offer of Resveratrol

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Health Watch Article:
The Swine Flu: How to Protect Your Family from a Potentially Deadly Virus
by Laura Ramirez

When I learned that seventeen children on my eldest son's football team had been diagnosed with swine flu virus this year, I became concerned. The reports in the media have us frightened, but we should not be scared into inaction. In this article, you'll learn how to protect yourself and your children from the H1N1 virus.

Click on the link below to the rest of this article on the

swine flu

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Better Yourself by Going Back to School

If you're thinking about attending college or going back to finish your degree, get a head start and apply for this $10,000 college scholarship award. The form takes two minutes to fill out. All moms are eligible, whether your children are grown or not. You can even apply for your daughter as long as she is 18.

http://tinyurl.com/nek4ae

Make sure to copy and paste the entire link into your browser.

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Feature Article: Child Incest

This next article is not for the feint of heart. It deals with a tough subject: child incest. At the end of the article are two pieces submitted by a fifty-something-year old survivor of child incest who looks back at what she didn't get in childhood and how these experiences have forever altered the course of her life. These are MUST-READ articles. All caring parents should be aware of the lasting effects of childhood trauma.

If you were the victim of child incest and would like to comment on these pieces, please feel free to add your comments and stories at the end of the articles. I'd like my site to be a healing place for both children and adults.

Here is the first paragraph of the article. Be sure to click on the link to read it in its entirety.

The effects of child incest are devastating and profound. Most victims of child incest suffer from guilt, shame and post traumatic stress disorder which can trigger thoughts and feelings that transport the victim back to the abuse even later on in life. In this article, you'll learn some important facts about incest. You'll also get an inside look into how incest has impacted the quality of life of an adult survivor, as well as get the chance to share your thoughts and feelings or stories of your own ordeal.

Click on Child Incest

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Your Turn to Give Parenting Advice

How to Stop Tantrums

Here's a question from the concerned mother of a toddler:

My 19 month old toddler has been getting in the habit of throwing himself (hard) on the ground and screaming and crying over the smallest things. Say for instance, when we brush his teeth. We brush his teeth several times a day...first I brush them for him (to make sure they are cleaned properly) then I let him have the brush to finish them up and practice.

Express your opinion or give advice: How to Stop Tantrums

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Make sure to follow me on Twitter as I do not publish a newsletter every time I add new articles to my site. By following me on Twitter, you will be notified of new parenting articles as they are published.

http://twitter.com/lauraramirez

Just copy and paste the link into your browser and click on the button that reads "Follow."

For Family Matters Subscribers Only

Get a 30-day trial supply of Resveratrol, the supplement that helps people lose weight and look younger. Just pay S&H to get your supply:

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Feel free to forward this issue to friends and family if you think it might be helpful.

Until the next issue,

Laura Ramirez, Publisher

Family Matters Parenting Magazine


www.parenting-child-development.com

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