Let’s talk

Originally posted on Mission of Moms:
How do you communicate with your teen child? You see, I used to have communication challenges with my teen daughter, especially during her puberty period. I was confused about my methods of raising a child because they stopped working. Where is my small, innocent, and obedient baby? I came…

A BOY CALLING FOR HIS MOM

This video represents all social orphans worldwide. A toddler from Kyrgyzstan was told that his mother flew away by airplane to another country to earn money. This is a real issue in Kyrgyzstan where migration leaves hundreds of thousands of social orphans behind. In most cases parents do not have any other choice. This maybeContinue reading “A BOY CALLING FOR HIS MOM”

You’d better be off and running!

While reading a book written by Sid Friedman about sales success system, I encountered the old story he wrote about the lion and the gazelle (p.30). I thought it is really nice to share because the moral of this story can be applied in many situations. I compare this story with the mission of moms,Continue reading “You’d better be off and running!”

Why is Social Support Important?

Save children by helping parents! Economic hardship influences parental functioning and family relationships. Many researchers found strong association between poverty and physical abuse, neglect, and sexual abuse.  Therefore, it is so important to utilize formal and informal social support to help parents through education, referrals, information, and financial assistance, especially today. By doing this, weContinue reading “Why is Social Support Important?”

“It hurts, mom!”

Toilet training, autism, constipation and diet are closely interrelated. Each time my son was toilet trained, we had drama. I asked for help only when my son cried: “It hurts, mom!” Once again, our experts from special district school helped me. One day, I emailed. Next day, I got a professional response that helped usContinue reading ““It hurts, mom!””