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Don't judge people until you know what they are going through. That's the big lesson a father in Houston, Texas learned after confronting his son's bully.

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Mother who died of cancer left a hilarious and poignant letter for her friends and family.

“I’m here. But no longer in the crappy body that turned against me.”

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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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Sadly, a lot of men go out of their way to avoid learning anything about a woman’s period.

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Not all women want kids, and this comic tells you why that's totally ok.

Not everyone is comfortable with a woman saying “no.”

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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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13 mothers share the one thing they’d wish someone had told them before they had a baby.

There are many, many things no one tells you about carrying, birthing, and raising children.

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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.

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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.

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