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You’re in Love

By: Mia L. Hazlett 4/3/13 Well done, my virtuous young lady. I commend you for being so patient in your endeavor to fall in love with the right person. If I can give you any advice, stop listening to everyone telling you, “you are too young to be in love.” You are at the perfect… Continue reading You’re in Love

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To My Daughters’ Boyfriend

By: Mia L. Hazlett 3/19/13 Dear Boyfriend, I like you, I really do. The manner in which you carry yourself shows me you take pride in yourself without exhibiting arrogance, a rare quality to find in a young man at the tender age of 19. Of course, it is not only how you carry yourself,… Continue reading To My Daughters’ Boyfriend

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Your Broken Heart

By: Mia L. Hazlett 3/7/13 My Darling Daughter, Aww babygirl, you’ve suffered your first broken heart. I pray to God above, that it is your last. Because I was once your age, I knew Lost One would come one day. From the first time he spoke to me, I knew he wasn’t right for you.… Continue reading Your Broken Heart

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Mommy Time

By: Mia L. Hazlett 3/3/12 As a parent, one of the things I struggle with is suppressing my guilt when it comes to "Me Time." I know it is absolutely imperative for my survival within my family to get away from my daughters, but I still have a problem telling them no at times when… Continue reading Mommy Time

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Difficult Conversations

By: Mia L. Hazlett 2/28/12 I’ve recently had conversations with family and friends about what is “too grown” for children.  Now like I’ve mentioned before, me and my kids have gone through a lot in the past year. It’s forced me to have an unusually high amount of “grown” conversations with my daughters.  Are they… Continue reading Difficult Conversations