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Cabin Trusts can Solve the Problem of Leaving the Family Cabin or Vacation Home to Your Kids

12th March 2009
When it comes to the assets a Minnesota family can own, nothing is as important to the family as the family cabin. When planning a family's estate, invariably, the vacation home is the one family asset that the parents hope to keep in the family after the... Read >
Author: Cabin Trust Minnesota

Your Man - Signs He's In Love with You

09th January 2009
When you're in a relationship with a man there's always one question that is in the front of your mind. That question of course is whether he's in love with you. Not all men are good at communication so sometimes it's difficult for women to know exactly w... Read >
Author: Teecee Go

Can you Cheat on a DNA Paternity Test?

31st December 2008
DNA Paternity Testing is now the most widely used method of confirming a biological relationship between an alleged parent and their siblings. There are essentially two types of tests you can perform. There is the 'Court Admissible' Test whereby the colle... Read >
Author: Kevin Camilleri

Harvard Study Shows Happiness Has a Ripple Effect, Spills Over to Others

08th December 2008
By Dr. John L. Schinnerer Happiness is catching. Happiness spreads through friends, spouses, siblings and neighbors. There is a ripple effect whereby happiness extends widely through social networks, even between people who may not know one another. On... Read >
Author: Dr. John Schinnerer

Unique Baby Gifts Ideas - Sonogram Ultrasound Baby Picture Frames

15th October 2008
Are you just too bored of the normal around-the-block baby frames? Well, then its high time that you either get yourself ultrasound picture frames or sonogram picture frames. The joy of having a special one come along is impalpable, and to see your little... Read >
Author: Caroline Miller

How to get Heal Abandonment Wounds Within a making up Relationship with your ex love partner?

15th October 2008
Many of us have abandonment wounds stemming from physical abuse, emotional abuse, sexual abuse, being left or ignored, being ridiculed or teased, and so on. When these wounds get triggered in our adult relationships, we may turn to anger, compli... Read >
Author: Jim Lim

Modern Wedding Customs and Traditions in Western

06th October 2008
Before the Wedding In the west, if the couple of lovers going to marriage, firstly the boy should proposed, and the boy should present an engagement ring to his girl. So when people referred "he gave her a ring", it commonly means"He proposed to her, ... Read >
Author: Jennie Qiao(www.oil-painting-online.com)

Birth Announcement Etiquette

29th July 2008
Birth announcement etiquette is important when you introduce your new son or daughter to the world. To avoid offending those who are important to you and will be part of your child's life, there are a few things you need to remember about the etiquette of... Read >
Author: C.L. Hendricks

Middle Child Syndrome - Fact Or Fiction

27th July 2007
We often hear parents of multiple children agreeing with each other that their middle child displays typical behaviors associated with what is commonly referred to as "middle child" syndrome. In this article, we look at the birth order of siblings and wha... Read >
Author: James Kronefield

Good Anger, Bad Anger. Telling The Difference

23rd July 2007
Good Anger, Bad Anger - Telling The Difference Jeanette Raymond, Ph.D. Check any listing of self-help groups, books or websites, and Anger management is likely to be given top billing. It has a bad smell, and it is frowned upon indiscriminately. Yet a... Read >
Author: Dr. Jeanette Raymond, Ph.D.

How To End Depression Stigma

26th May 2006
Copyright 2006 Christopher Green For many sufferers, depression brings on feelings of guilt and shame and because of these feelings, they will not seek help. But are these feelings valid? Lack of understanding both in sufferers and non-sufferers cl... Read >
Author: Chris Green

Caring for Unthrifty and Premature Shih Tzu Puppies

11th January 2006
If this is your Shih Tzu matron's first litter she may become nervous or even terrified. Your attitude at this time is very important. The manner in which a Shih Tzu matron accepts or rejects her offspring is often in direct response to your attitude or... Read >
Author: Connie Limon

Shih Tzu - Birth Process/Difficult Deliveries

06th December 2005
Most Shih Tzu puppies present themselves normally at birth. There are times, very few times, of which I have experienced with the Shih Tzu, that required assistance. Usually the most difficult Shih Tzu puppy birth is the first one. Delivery of a dry Shih ... Read >
Author: Connie Limon

Shih Tzu - Training Your Shih Tzu To Not Bite

14th November 2005
liminating biting behaviorsBringing home a new shih tzu puppy is always an exciting time. Introducing the new shih tzu puppy to the family should be fun for both yourself and your shih tzu puppy. One of the first challenges, however, to the excitement of ... Read >
Author: Connie Limon
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