Rebuild. It’s a simple word with a simple meaning. Yet, when a community comes together to change lives, the word becomes testimony of the power of people helping one another.Read More
Moving to a new city can be exciting because you get the chance to start all over again. It’s almost like you’re an adventurer exploring a new world. If you moved because of work the job you accepted must be better than your last one. You’ll enjoy living in your new apartment because you don’t have to stare at the same four walls anymore. What could possibly go wrong? If you’re the kind of person who doesn’t make friends easily you might be about to find out.
A special thank you to all of our B.I.G. Day volunteers that helped us on April, 20 2013. With your support our neighbors in need will get that hand up they are needing!
Sadly it seems that an increasing number of relationships just aren’t able to last the test of time. There are often a multitude of different reasons as to why this might happen, with infidelity and money issues being two of the more common ones. Anyone who has been through this situation is likely to testify that it is a pretty stressful time.
This blog post will aim to take a closer look at some of the things that shouldn’t be forgotten about during this difficult time.
For all the challenges of parenting, most parents would agree that it’s the teen years that are the most difficult to deal with. Between the hormones racing around their bodies and the confusion racing around their brains, even raising the most balanced of teens can push your parenting skills to the limit. Should you find yourself struggling to raise/contain a teenager of your own, an excellent first step to take is simply learning what not to do. Here are ten of the most common teen parenting mistakes.
Passing the Buck