You never know what people are going through.
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Before she lost her life to breast cancer, Heather McManamy, 36, of McFarland, Wisconsin, wrote a final goodybye to her friends and family and gave it to her husband to post on Facebook after she passed away. It’s a life-affirming, funny, and poignant goodbye that’s also an instruction manual for how she’d like people to discuss her passing with her 4-year-old daughter, Brianna. McManamy’s views on her death are powerful without being sentimental. “Please, please, please do not tell Brianna that I am in heaven. In her mind, that means that I chose to be somewhere else and left her,” McManamy wrote.
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Parenting can be a beautifully rewarding experience for some people, but it’s not for everybody. While it’s a pretty major milestone in the lives of many, there are some folks who don’t feel any desire to participate in it – and there’s nothing wrong with that!
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There are many, many things no one tells you about carrying, birthing, and raising children before you take the plunge yourself. I think some women purposefully block memories out so that they can go through the whole process more than once.
Ever since Lindsay Lohan graced us with “The Parent Trap” in 1998, millennials have worked on elaborate plots to bring their divorced parents back together.