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  • Strained family relationships have been shown to cause an increased number of chronic health conditions, particularly in the older family members. In this article, negative and positive family relationships are reviewed along with their outcomes.

    Effect of Strained Family Relationships

    Effect of Strained Family Relationships

    by Pamela Oglesby42

  • My Aunt wanted to be cremated and have her ashes scattered in the ocean. This is a photo-illustrated account of the burial ceremony carrying out her wishes.

    How to Scatter Ashes at Sea

    How to Scatter Ashes at Sea

    by Glenn Stok16

  • Bonding with stepchildren isn't easy. They have different personality traits, you haven't always known them, and they have different opinions than you. Here, I discuss how I worked at bonding with each of my fiance's kids through the last few years.

    How to Bond With Your Stepchildren

    How to Bond With Your Stepchildren

    by Jordan Mullican0

  • Were you the quiet, introverted child growing up? Or maybe you know such a child? This isn't necessarily a negative thing as people so often seem to think. For me, it was totally normal and was just who I was. Even today, as an adult—being introverted is still totally normal and is just who I am.

    Understanding the Quiet Kid

    Understanding the Quiet Kid

    by Lisha C6

  • Maternal jealousy is a taboo topic that's rarely acknowledged, let alone discussed. While many daughters sense their mom's envy at some point, others feel it often as it strains the relationship.Their moms, threatened by their youth, beauty, and prospects, see them more as rivals than offspring.

    5 Reasons Why Moms Get Jealous of Their Daughters: What's Normal & What's Not

    5 Reasons Why Moms Get Jealous of Their Daughters: What's Normal & What's Not

    by McKenna Meyers17

  • Make the magic of Facebook groups work for you. You can find lots of help from other genealogists, create your own family groups, get photos restored or colorized by volunteers, research in history groups, and contact museums and libraries through this social media platform.

    How to Use Facebook for Your Genealogy Research

    How to Use Facebook for Your Genealogy Research

    by Virginia Allain1

  • Unidentified photos of mystery ancestors are tempting to toss. Don't do it. Here are suggestions for those.

    Don't Toss Old Photos

    Don't Toss Old Photos

    by Virginia Allain7

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