When it comes to relationships, nothing is “black and white”; meaning nothing is as it seems. What others may believe or think they know; they don’t. Or what they think they understand about one’s relationship; they don’t. Men and women are different when it comes to relationships and there are always reasons for every action. Its just not seen to the naked eye or cannot always be explained in words. Sometimes we judge what we know, but dont question what we dont know.
So when we think we know what a man and woman are going through in relationship; think twice. Nothing is “black and white” in a relationship; for we are all different. We all have different ideas of the “perfect” relationship and what one person can “put up with it”; another cannot withstand. Everything happens for a reason, even relationships. Where no relationship is perfect or ideal; sometimes we just go with the flow. Hoping for the best outcome, regardless of what others may think they know, think they see or think they understand. For no relationship is “black and white”; we just do what we feel is best at any given moment in time.
So we should never judge what we don’t know or can’t even begin to comprehend. As we are all unique and so will every relationship. Thus we gotta respect a relationship for what it is or keep it moving; keeping our; “noses” where they belong. For no relationship is “black and white”; there’s always a “gray area”.
You may encounter many defeats but don’t be defeated.
If you don’t like something, change it. If you can’t change it, change your attitude.
Success is liking yourself, liking what you doing and liking how you do it.
If you are always trying to be normal, you don’t know how amazing you can be.
You may not control all the events that happen to you, but you can decide not to be reduced by them.
Love means helping those who cannot care for themselves; the disabled, young or sick and old. People who need the extra love and care to thrive. Just like with the aging of our elderly parents and the birth of our children. We are constantly reminded of the life cycle and the true meaning of unconditional love.
Often they are too sick to care for themselves; as old age catches up with them. Or they are babies, brand new to world; learning everything for the first time. So, they can’t feed, take care of or speak for themselves. Until we teach them how to or do it for them. Taking care of them until they can do for themselves. Because that it what love and family is all about.
These are the lessons we must teach our children. For our children are always watching us “in action”; even when we think they don’t know what’s going on. They look up to us and want to be just like their parents; even if they say they don’t. We are their role models. So how we love others, is how they will love others too.
More than two million children each year are being home schooled as opposed to attending public schools. The reason parents or caregivers choose to home school their children varies from family to family. Every child is different and so is every
situation. Some moms choose to home school their child because they have special needs. Or they feel they aren’t safe in school. But many simply feel the public schools don’t provide the
education and support their children need to thrive. While other parents face concerns of violence, negative peer pressure and lack of religion in the public school system.
1. stabler family relationships: more time and opportunities to make deeper connections with family members.
3. no homework: work is done at home.
4. more freedom: educationally, emotionally, religiously and
5. individual or customized learning: curriculum designed for your individual child.
6. societal issues: Less exposure to peer pressure, violence or drugs; more parent involvement
1. lack of social interaction: school plays and daily student
2. less competition: no opportunities for competition when there isn’t enough students in class.
3. missed opportunities: no school sports, proms or field trips with class.
4. lack of balance: children spend too much time at home, not enough with others in the outside world.
The nontraditional gluten free diet isn’t for everyone. It can be difficult to stick to as its a strict diet. From rice to cookies, wheat is in everything we eat. So knowing how to eat gluten free is important.
Here are 4 tips to gluten free eating:
- Cook from scratch: It’s cheaper and you’re more likely to stick to the diet if you cook for yourself. Making meals that don’t “come out a box” will ensure there’s no wheat being cooked or consumed.
- Plan your meals: Knowing what you’ll eat for the week can make eating gluten free easier. You’ll know what to buy and what not to.
- Make a grocery list: Eating gluten free is expensive, knowing what to buy before you get in store is crucial. With planned meals, shopping is easier.
- Read labels: Everything has wheat in it, so reading labels ensures you stick to the diet. Wheat can go by more than one name like wheat semolina.