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Honest Liars

By: Mia L. Hazlett 3/15/12   Lies and kids, kids and lies.  I believe they go hand in hand.  For some I think it is a learned behavior.  But for most kids I've met, lying is a result of fear.  They fear getting in trouble with whatever they are being confronted with.  Is there a… Continue reading Honest Liars

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Fun Dad vs. Meaniac

By: Mia L. Hazlett 3/15/12 My youngest has coined a made-up word for me, "Meaniac."  Whenever she doesn't get her way, I'm a Meaniac.  Okay.  I'll take it, it means I'm doing my job.  But like I've stated before, me and her father are separated and I am the custodial parent.  I have found for… Continue reading Fun Dad vs. Meaniac

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How to Make the Best Parent

By: Mia L. Hazlett 3/14/12 First of all, accept there is no perfect parent.  I believe there are good parents.  I believe there are bad parents.   But perfect, those who believe they are, are the worst. I do believe there are parents out there that are doing their best.  I believe I am one… Continue reading How to Make the Best Parent

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Kids and Death

By: Mia L. Hazlett 3/13/12 Since I had my children, I've heard and been part of many debates that surround whether children should attend funerals or not.  For me, there is no easy yes and no.  I believe there are determining factors that need to take place if my children will attend a funeral.  My… Continue reading Kids and Death

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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