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Posted: 25 June 2014 at 8:30pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by rajsmi

Originally posted by Divya.S.R

Originally posted by rajsmi

What have I always wanted to do in my life...

I hate to feel I'm copying StarsLinedUp-
  but I would like to travel...Not get into a plane and go places but go on the silk route, rough it out in the wilderness and explore places which are not touristy...Leave the family behind and do it for a year! That's something I have been toying with for 5 years now. 

Hubby is fine with the idea and will let me go but it's my mom who may not :-( Even at 50, we need their permission! Sigh!!!

Got a friend who is ready and we plan to do it in 2 years...Lets hope it materializes...

Out in the wild types? 
That would really adventurousBig smile... Hope it works out... It would really fun.. 
I used to go on road trips with my brother and cousins, trekking and all.. It was good.. but would be 10 times more better when gone with friends and no family around.. So I get what you mean... Thumbs Up
Mom's no matter how old we are they still have a hand in our decisions.. LOL
All the best.. Big smile


Not totally in the wild and risk my life but go through unknown countries, see how the life of locals in other regions have developed and see the differences between regions. Guess it's the architect in me talking but hope to experience it in 2016- thats the plan :-)

Yes, moms have the last say, esp for us women!

I didn't mean literally... I meant tentatively as in Nature trekking and so.. but you cleared my doubt.. Big smile That would be nice too.. It is very fascinating to see the various cultures and the way life is out there.. My wishes are with you.. Hope you do go for the trip.. Big smile
Heheehee.. True.. If I even chop my hair, Mom goes berserk.. LOL 

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Posted: 25 June 2014 at 8:33pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by -Crazy4AsYa-

i wanna have a shot of vodka!!! ROFL

n i was small...i wanted to be an actress... Silly

Hahahaaa... Vodka is fine.. you should probably aim for Tequila.. ROFL *thinking "I'm not spoiling her.. am I?"* ROFL 


Edited by Divya.S.R - 25 June 2014 at 8:40pm

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Posted: 25 June 2014 at 9:15pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by Divya.S.R

Originally posted by -Crazy4AsYa-

i wanna have a shot of vodka!!! ROFL

n i was small...i wanted to be an actress... Silly


Hahahaaa... Vodka is fine.. you should probably aim for Tequila..ROFL*thinking "I'm not spoiling her.. am I?"*ROFL



tequila...sounds good LOL
is it stronger??

spoiling ?? as if i am not... Wink

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Posted: 25 June 2014 at 9:18pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by -Crazy4AsYa-

Originally posted by Divya.S.R

Originally posted by -Crazy4AsYa-

i wanna have a shot of vodka!!! ROFL

n i was small...i wanted to be an actress... Silly


Hahahaaa... Vodka is fine.. you should probably aim for Tequila..ROFL*thinking "I'm not spoiling her.. am I?"*ROFL



tequila...sounds good LOL
is it stronger??

spoiling ?? as if i am not... Wink

stronger when compared to vodka.. Wink

have tried it just once and hubby felt it would be better if I was kept away from Tequila.. ROFL 


Edited by Divya.S.R - 25 June 2014 at 9:15pm

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Posted: 25 June 2014 at 10:16pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by Divya.S.R

Originally posted by -Crazy4AsYa-

Originally posted by Divya.S.R

Originally posted by -Crazy4AsYa-

i wanna have a shot of vodka!!! ROFL

n i was small...i wanted to be an actress... Silly


Hahahaaa... Vodka is fine.. you should probably aim for Tequila..ROFL*thinking "I'm not spoiling her.. am I?"*ROFL



tequila...sounds good LOL
is it stronger??

spoiling ?? as if i am not... Wink


stronger when compared to vodka..Wink

have tried it just once and hubby felt it would be better if I was kept away from Tequila..ROFL



ROFL
what's ur name Di?

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Posted: 26 June 2014 at 10:27am | IP Logged
Originally posted by -Crazy4AsYa-

Originally posted by Divya.S.R

Originally posted by -Crazy4AsYa-

Originally posted by Divya.S.R

Originally posted by -Crazy4AsYa-

i wanna have a shot of vodka!!! ROFL

n i was small...i wanted to be an actress... Silly


Hahahaaa... Vodka is fine.. you should probably aim for Tequila..ROFL*thinking "I'm not spoiling her.. am I?"*ROFL



tequila...sounds good LOL
is it stronger??

spoiling ?? as if i am not... Wink


stronger when compared to vodka..Wink

have tried it just once and hubby felt it would be better if I was kept away from Tequila..ROFL



ROFL
what's ur name Di?

Good question girl.. ROFLROFL

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Posted: 26 June 2014 at 10:30am | IP Logged
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Posted: 01 July 2014 at 2:58am | IP Logged

Single Parent & Proud

 

In a culture where marriage and co-parenting are still considered the norm, single parents face quite a bit of inaccurate, stinging stigma about their choices and lifestyle. The reality is that the percentage of single-parent households in on the increase

Being a single parent, whether male or female, is difficult to endure. Trying to serve as both mother and father to a child or multiple children is a challenge in itself. It is sad that there is even a stigma attached to this predicament. Instead of looking at single parents as the heroes that they are, society chooses to feel sorry for the children of broken relationships, thinking that they are disadvantaged and not taking into account that perhaps these children are better off with a single parent who is fully capable of being the only parent the child needs.

Some people think that it is a single parent's own fault for being in the situation that he or she is in. Either that or they feel sorry for that same situation. People assume that a single parent is constantly on the prowl, looking for a suitable mate and a new role model for their children. However, some people prefer to be single, and their children are just as well-adjusted as children raised with two parents. The product of a person's parenting depends on the time and effort one puts into raising their children. It isn't easy being a parent, no matter if you are single or have a partner.

Single parents face the stigma of not conforming to the traditional family unit. However, society has progressed to the point where it is more accepting of single parents. In fact, many people tend to lend a helping hand to single mothers in need. Raising children alone while working a full-time job, perhaps two, is nearly impossible without some sort of help.

 

There are also so-called single parents' who are dually involved in their children's lives. Divorced, unmarried or separated couples are technically single' although they may both be involved in their child's life. People tend to unfairly judge these people as failures in their relationships. The most important things that children need from either parent is love, guidance, and support and this does not require both parents to be in a relationship together.

Every family is different and there is no instruction manual to raising a child. Healthy, happy children come from all walks of life, no matter the relationship status of their parent(s).

Co-parenting is no longer the only way parenting is done, and the damaging stigma attached to single parents should be on its way out

 

Resource Used - www.lifepaths360.com



Edited by Saima-Syed - 01 July 2014 at 3:32am

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