Posted in addiction, addictions, anger, attitude, career, celebrity, children, communication, custody fight, denial, disease, domestic violence, Education, emotions, entertainment, Fame, family, fathers, Fear, finances, health, help, illness, Impact, kids, legal, life, making money, marriage, media, mental and physical health, MONEY, news, observations, of connections, opinion, pain and misery, parenting, power, prayer, relationships, respect, sickness, spiritual, success, support, television, trauma, violence, well-being, tagged addictions, alcohol, behavior, Charlie Sheen, children, conduct, domestic violence, drugs, entertainment, rehab, women on February 26, 2011|
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Unless you deliberately try to avoid the news regarding people in the media, you have surely heard the tragic tale of actor Charlie Sheen and the downward spiral that he has been on with regards to his public displays of out of control, alleged drug use, partying, and seemingly non-sensical interviews that have Charlie Sheen appearing to bite the hand that feeds him. There have been news stories about porn stars, domestic violence, alleged drug use, drug rehab, custody issues, contract negotiations, not to mention, a forced hiatus from his television show and disgruntled co-workers.
That show, called Two and a Half Men, has stopped production on their show for the rest of the season; since Charlie has made a public statement on interviews that disparages the producers of the show, television show creator Chuck Lorre, Alcoholic Anonymous, his ex wife, and women in general. He says horribly vile things about Chuck Lorre and shows nothing but contempt for women, in my opinion, when he says things about women such as he has fame and those women have nothing and that all they will ever have is that night with him and that he will forget about them as soon as they leave. He says that he is “special” and will never be one of the AA because they are a “bootleg cult”. Seriously? Continue reading here: Write Where You Are
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Posted in birthday, Celebration, children, comfort, culture, emotions, entertainment, excitement, family, fathers, Frustration, Impact, kids, life, mental and physical health, mom, mother, observations, opinion, parenting, relationships, respect, responsibility, stress, Teen Pregnancy, teens, values, tagged birthday, Celebration, chaperone, children, hormones, movies, parental guidance, parenting, pregnancy, responsibility, society, supervision, teens on March 24, 2009|
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This weekend was certainly an eye-opener for me regarding teen activities when parents aren’t around. I work with youth all of the time, I am the parent of 6 children-three of which are adults and three are under the age of 18. I took my younger three children, plus 3 ten year old girls to the movies with my husband to celebrate the 10th birthday of my youngest child. I took them to a family movie-a PG movie. It should have been safe right? Wrong!
The movie was fine…don’t get me wrong here…the problem was a couple of audience members. We were seated in the back of the small theater because of the size of our group…there were 8 of us. We were spread out because the teens didnt want to sit with mom and dad (of course) and the girls didn’t want to sit with the teen boys (of course) and so we took up the end seats of three rows. A group of three teens approached my teen boys, who happened to be in the last row in the back, and asked them if they would mind moving down to the end the line. They did move with no fuss. There were two girls and a boy; no parental guidance, I might add.
As the movie began, so did the engines of one of those girls and the boy. Right from the get go, it was obvious why they wanted my sons to move farther down the line and to the inside wall of the theater. They were not interested in the movie shall we say. They were there for one reason only…even though they had a chaperone…a female of about the same age. What age is that, you may ask? Well, they appeared to be all of about 12 or 13…at the most 14 years of age. Understand what I am saying here…they were approximately two to four years older than the birthday girl and her friends. (more…)
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Posted in Beauty, celebrity, children, commitment, competition, emotions, entertainment, Fame, family, fathers, Frustration, future, Heart, kids, life, love, marriage, news, observations, opinion, parenting, publicity, relationships, seasons, television, Uncategorized, tagged attraction, choice, Deanna Pappas, drama, Fame, father, fiance, Frustration, happiness, Jason Mesnick, love, marriage, Melissa, Molly, pressure, proposal, romance, season finale, son, television, The Bachelor, women on February 25, 2009|
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Likeability can be a very fleeting thing. When Jason got down on one knee and began to propose to Deanna Pappas on a previous season of The Bachelor(ette); he immediately won the sympathy vote as she publically let him humiliate himself on national television when she had already chosen his competitor. This season, Jason was the focal point as the bachelor.
Jason has narowed down his choices to two beautiful, intelligent women. Now the show has been running teasers that Deanna is coming back right before the rose ceremony…where he makes his choice. Many fans are posting their unhappiness about this dramatic intervention. The teaser tells us that Deanna tells Jason, You haven’t proposed yet. This can only add to the confusion and frustration of that moment. How will things end? (more…)
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Posted in baby, birth, children, emotions, family, fathers, finances, kids, legal, love, media, mom, MONEY, mother, news, observations, parenting, poverty, pregnancy, relationships, support, tagged babies, biological, children, Denis Beaudoin, donor, embryos, ethics, father, finances, history, invitro, media, mother, Nayda Suleman, news, ovarian cancer, parenting, paternity, questions, relationships, sperm, support, testing, Time on February 25, 2009|
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Denis Beaudoin who believes he may be the father of some of the children that Nayda Suleman (Octo-mom) gave birth to has gotten the ok to have DNA testing done to determine whether he is in fact the father of any of the children. Nayda has 6 older children as well as the 8 newborn babies who made media history recently when they were all delivered alive.
Denis donated sperm to Nayda during the years that they dated between 1997-1999. She told him she couldnt have children the traditional way because she had ovarian cancer. They were in love at the time and wanted to have a child together. They broke up eventually and went their seperate ways. When he heard of these pregnancies and births…he immediately thought it was possible that he was the biological father. Nayda denies that he is the father and has ok him having the DNA testing to prove that he is not. Time will tell the truth about paternity. If it rules Denis out…then the questions will begin again about who in fact is the father. (more…)
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Posted in anger, baby, birth, cancer, children, custody fight, emotions, Fame, family, fathers, finances, future, Good Morning America, help, kids, legal, life, love, marriage, media, medical, mental and physical health, mom, MONEY, mother, news, observations, opinion, parenting, pregnancy, relationships, responsibility, support, taxes, values, tagged anger, babies, biological, California, children, Chris Cuomo, custody fight, Denis Beaudoin, DNA, donated, family, father, fatherhood, Fun, Giggles, Good Morning America, help, honesty, invitro fertilization, love, malpractice, married, media, mother, Nayda Suleman, news, nickname, octomom, ovarian cancer, parenting, paternity, relationship, responsibility, sperm donor, support, suspicious, tax dollars, testing, values, wife on February 24, 2009|
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A man, Denis Beaudoin, who donated sperm for Nayda Suleman during a 3 year relationship, that they shared 10-12 years ago, suspects that he maybe the father of ,at least, her older six children; not to mention the possiblity of being the father of her 8 newborn babies. Nayda has been the focus of much speculation and news reporting since giving birth to the babies; she has been referred to as the Octo-mom in the press. All 14 of her children have been conceived by invitro fertilization. Nayda says that all of her children are the product of invitro-fertilization from the same sperm donor. Denis Beaudoin says that he knew Nayda Suleman when their friends nicknamed her giggles for her infectious laugh. (more…)
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Posted in abortion, adoption, Advocating for special needs, anger, anti-abortion, baby, birth, children, crime, death, emotions, family, fathers, grandchildren, grief, health, Heart, help, kids, Labor, law enforcement, legal, life, loss, medical, mental and physical health, mom, mother, Mother's Day, murder, news, observations, opinion, pain and misery, parenting, pregnancy, relationships, religion, respect, responsibility, sadness, sex, teens, trauma, well-being, tagged abort, abortion, anti-abortion, baby, blame, blob of flesh, child, clinic, daughter, death, DNA, Doctor, granddaughter, human, lawsuit, legally, life, medical procedure, morally, mother, police, premature, society, thrown away, trash, wrong on February 7, 2009|
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Grrrr…I am a bit torn on this news item; whether to feel more anger or sadness. It seems that a young 18 year old woman found out that she was pregnant. She went to a clinic to have an abortion and was given medicine to dialate her cervix to prepare for an abortion procedure. Before the doctor could perform the abortion…the medication caused her to deliver her baby daughter at just 23weeks of pregnancy.
A clinic owner allegedly came in and cut the umblical cord and put the child who was struggling to breathe into a red plastic biohazard bag and threw the child in the trash…all as the mother watched in horror. Allegedly a doctor came in and gave her some medicine to calm her down and sent her home in shock. The police were called and the child’s remains were identified by DNA as being related to the mother. Now the mother has sued the doctor and the clinic where the delivery/abortion took place; the doctor has allegedly lost his license.
This procedure took the life of a human baby almost three years ago. That child would be walking, talking, singing it’s abc’s , potty training…and maybe even going to pre-school now. She would be making her mother or another mother figure (she could have been adopted by another mother) mother’s day cards in May…she was not a blob of flesh like so many of these clinics try to tell young women. She would be a daughter, and a granddaughter; if she could.
The mother allegedly has said that she changed her mind about the abortion, once she saw her daughter alive; now she is traumatized by the memory of watching her child struggle for breathe and being tossed away like a bag of garbage. I am sure that the legal question was did the abortion come first/or the birth…was the child actually born alive? Testing supposedly revealed that the child did actually breathe, so that means that she was born alive.
So, who is to blame for this child’s death? Is it the clinic owner, who by the way did not have a license to practice medicine allegedly? Or was it the doctor who was not present? Was it the mother who went in for an abortion in the first place? Is it society who allows abortion in the first place? Do we blame the makers of contraception for possibly having failed the mother and father of the child? Who exactly is at fault? I say, it is all of the above; at least morally, if not legally.
First of all, I believe that abortion is wrong. I think that if it is true that a clinic owner, who was not a medical doctor, did what has been alledged, then they are also at fault. I think if the doctor perscribed the medication that caused her to go into labor and deliver a live child that was indeed tossed away in a plastic bag when it was struggling to breath…they that doctor is also wrong. Was there contraception used in the first place? I dont know. I do know that if the teenaged mother was having sex..she should have understood the consequences of her actions that resulted in a pregnancy and that by going to have an abortion…that that child’s death was a direct result of having medication that was designed to result in the death of the child; it should not have shocked her that the child died as a result of taking medication designed to cause said abortion. Is society at fault here? Yes, because we allow these things to happen …because we don’t stand up and scream bloody murder that it happens every day around the world.
Which came first, the abortion or the birth? Does it really matter at this point regarding this particular child? No, it died needlessly. If that mother was truly horrified by this situation…then maybe some good can come out of it by her lawsuit, by her speaking out…maybe even by doing a special service announcement on television or in the schools.
It is outrageous. Yes, that child was only 23weeks in the womb of it’s mother…and yes, it may not have survived even had the clinic called for medical help or intervention for that baby…it was pre-mature…not by nature’s designs but by mankinds design. However, it may have had a fighting chance if it had not been aborted or if it had been taken to a neo-natal unit. Life is precious…dont abort. That mother will relive those moments for the rest of her life. The child didn’t get to have a rest of it’s life.
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