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Make Your Nanay Proud (MYNP) Foundation Inc. salutes the Best Nanay Awards 2018 winners. Nanay Leonora Alvarez Gealogo, 90 years old from Cavite. Let us listen to her story.This entry was posted in Advocacy, All and tagged Best Nanay Awards 2018 on .
Make Your Nanay Proud (MYNP) Foundation Inc. salutes the Best Nanay Awards 2018 winners. Nanay Felisa Corpuz Carpiso, 60 years old from San Mateo, Isabela. Let us listen to her story.This entry was posted in Advocacy, All and tagged Best Nanay Awards 2018 on .
Sandi Schwartz https://www.mother.ly/child/how-a-parents-affection-shapes-a-childs-happiness-for-life We all live busy, stressful lives and have endless concerns as parents, but it is clear that one of the most important things we need to do is to stop and give our kids a big loving squeeze. Research over the past decade highlights the link between affection in childhood and health and happiness in the future. Science supports the idea that warmth and affection expressed by parents to their children results in life-long positive outcomes for those children,according to Child Trends, the leading nonprofit research organization in the United States focused on improving the lives and…All and tagged Boy Abunda, MYNP, www.mother.ly on .
When it comes to raising children, it doesn’t matter who does what, or how Krista Garcia @kristamgarcia Published 11:59 AM, June 21, 2017 Updated 11:59 AM, June 21, 2017 MANILA, Philippines – How far will parents go for their children? On Father’s Day, Eden released “Drayber,” the 2nd installment of the #YakapStories online series. It featured a person shuttling from job to job in a single day – first as a tricycle driver, then as a market vendor, and finally as a car washer. At the end, the person is revealed to be a mother, and we learn why she has…Advocacy, All and tagged Boy Abunda, Make Your Nanay Proud, MYNP Research, Rappler on .
https://www.parents.com/parenting/better-parenting/style/how-to-talk-about-values-with-kids/ Put the brakes on bratty behavior early by explaining the real meanings of respect, caring, and sharing. By Robin Westen Talking About Values, p. 1 All parents want their children to learn right from wrong, but values won’t develop on their own. They need to be taught. When we catch our kids lyingor being disrespectful, it’s an opportunity to help them make a better choice. Simply saying ‘Don’t do that!” or giving a complicated explanation won’t leave a lasting impression. Here’s some expert advice on age-appropriate ways to talk to your kids: Use these words to teach worthy lessons they’ll…All and tagged Boy Abunda, Make Your Nanay Proud, Parenting on .
https://youaremom.com/8-things-that-change-your-life-when-you-become-a-mom/?utm_medium=post&utm_source=website&utm_campaign=featured_post When you are pregnant there are things people don’t tell you… and even if you imagine them, there are things that change when you become a mom that you may not expect. Being a mother is something wonderful and any woman who is lucky enough to be one and to love her children above all, will know that life is not the same and never will be the way it was before. If you are not yet a mom but you will be soon, you should know some things that will change in your life as soon as you become a mom, and…Advocacy, All and tagged Boy Abunda, New Mom on .
https://youaremom.com/5-tips-for-impatient-parents/ Patience is a virtue that must be strengthened when raising children, who will become reflections of ourselves in the future. Here are some important tips for impatient parents. As babies grow, so do their demands from mom and dad. As part of this growth process, it is important to arm yourself with patience and serenity. Do this in order to face each of their growing stages in the best way possible. In general, impatient parents do not achieve the same results as those who decide to take motherhood and fatherhood with another attitude.There are situations that are undoubtedly complex and not easy to manage….Advocacy, All and tagged Boy Abunda, Impatient Parents, Mom on .
February 5, 2018 While posting photos of our children on social media may seem harmless, there are a number of things parents should keep in mind. Not so long ago, sharing a photo or a video of our children meant loading it onto a computer and sending it by email, or putting it onto a CD. That sounds unbearably tedious nowadays, but of course, it used to be even more complicated. Today, with social media, sharing photos and videos of our children with family and friends has become so much…Advocacy, All and tagged Boy Abunda, Children, Mom, Social Media on .
SOURCE: https://www.vpnmentor.com/blog/the-empowering-internet-safety-guide-for-women/ Sara Levavi-Eilat Have you ever been harassed in the street? Received a crass message on a dating app? Had a coworker make a comment about your appearance that just didn’t sit right? You’re not alone. With the #MeToo movement, it’s easy to log onto Twitter or Facebook and see just how many women are victims of sexual harassment. Whether in person or online, women everywhere have experienced it in one way or another. And with all the new ways the internet has opened avenues of communication, online harassment is more prevalent than ever. According to a study by the Pew Research Center, most…All on .
By CASEY QUACKENBUSH 11:15 PM EDT http://time.com/5358364/philippines-breastfeeding-child-deaths/ Mothers participate in a breastfeeding event in Manila on Aug. 5, 2018. Noel Celis—AFP/Getty Images Hundreds of Filipino mothers participated in a government-backed mass-breastfeeding event, publicly nursing their children in an effort to combat child deaths, AFP reports. The annual event drew more than 1,500 women to a Manila stadium where the moms breastfed their children in support of a public campaign to get more women to feed their babies breast milk over formula. “It’s an empowering moment,” Joyce Balido, 29, a first-time mother, told AFP. “It was very difficult to establish a milk supply at first….Advocacy, All and tagged Boy Abunda, Breastfeeding, Times.Com on .
Reader’s Digest Editors New Changes Of course you love your parents — that’s a given. But at times, maintaining the bond between parent and adult child can be as challenging as that between parent and teenager. These days, both of you are confronting new challenges — retirement or career changes, health issues, concerns about the future. It’s to be expected these issues will affect your relationship, but as you change, so, too, must your relationship with your parents change. Part of that evolution requires forging a new relationship, one between mature adults rather than “parent” and “child.” You already…All and tagged Boy Abunda, Parenting, Readers Digest on .
Learn how to empower yourself through challenging moments in life. By Akiroq Brost There was a time when other people’s criticism really stung me. It brought all my insecurities to the surface. Other people’s opinions of me would cause me to question myself. I would experience profound remorse and regret. I would shame myself. I would isolate myself to avoid any further conflict. I would make myself small. I would give my power away. The fact is, we all face criticism in our lives. There really is no way to completely avoid it. How can we deal with the…News and tagged Awareness, Boy Abunda, Choices, Criticism, Family, Friends, https://gomcgill.com, Opinion, Self-Love on .
By Angela Dewan, CNN May 28, 2018 Menstrual Hygiene Day underscores stigma holding women back 04:30 (CNN)They’re skipping school, they’re excluded from sports and they’re shunned from places of worship — once a month, at least, when they’re menstruating. For many women and girls in India, even talking about periods is taboo, and a lack of access to sanitary products means life comes to a standstill for a few days every month. The Myna Mahila Foundation is trying to change that. The organization employs 15 local women from Mumbai slums to make sanitary pads, while another…Advocacy, Featured and tagged Boy Abunda, CNN International, Menstruation on .
By Mark Lieber, CNN Updated 1910 GMT (0310 HKT) May 30, 2018 Schizophrenia affects nearly 1% of the world population Complications appear to “turn on” genes in the placenta associated with schizophrenia, study says (CNN)Schizophrenia is thought to be caused by a mixture of genetic and environmental factors. But new research suggests that complications during pregnancy could increase nearly five-fold the child’s risk of developing schizophrenia later in life in high-risk individuals. These complications appear to “turn on” genes in the placenta that have been associated with schizophrenia, the researchers said. “The complications that mattered were very serious obstetric complications…Advocacy, Featured and tagged Boy Abunda, CNN International, Motherhood, Pregnancy, Schizophrenia on .
Dr. Magdalena BattlesDr. E. Magdalena Battles has a PhD in Academic and Clinical Psychology, a Master’s Degree in Professional Counseling, and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Child Psychology. Her specialties include children, domestic violence, and sexual assault and she shares her real life experiences and professional insights on her website Living Joy Daily. https://www.lifehack.org === Parents all lie to their kids every day, they just don’t realise it. You may tell your child not to lie, but continually saying these lies, no matter how small teaches them to lie as well. They will think it is ok to lie, since…Advocacy, Featured and tagged Boy Abunda, Lifehack.org, Motherhood, MYNP on .
Parenting Skills – Level: Expert Posted By Sarah, On May 23, 2018 http://momtruthbomb.com/index.php/2018/05/23/parenting-skills-level-expert/ There are many skills you acquire once you become a parent. Some of them are obvious and well-known to most people, like Moms ears that can hear the tiniest of whimpers in a deep sleep, or growing eyes in the back of their head, while Dads become very adept at sleeping through literally anything. But the skills that I speak of are skills at which you never thought you’d become an expert, mostly because they are skills whose existence you were completely unaware of pre-kids. These are a hidden…Advocacy, Featured and tagged Boy Abunda, Momtruthbomb.com, Motherhood, Parenting Skills on .
Here’s to celebrating #MomLife for Mother’s Day. By Caroline Bologna Motherhood. It’s been called the hardest job in the world and the ultimate sacrifice. It may be filled with chaos and confusion, but there’s also a lot of love and a lot of laughs. In honor of Mother’s Day, here are 41 comics about the ups and downs of motherhood. 1 Science of Parenthood 2 Hedger Humor 3 New Mom Comics 4 Mom Comic 5 Lunarbaboon 6 Sketchy Muma 7 Hedger Humor 8 New Mom Comics 9 Mom Comic 10 Hedger Humor…Advocacy, All and tagged Boy Abunda, HuffPost, Mothers Day 2018 on .
By Ikechi Awazie empowermentmomentsblog.com Lesson 1 – Never do what others are doing My mum made me discover that I was unique. She believed that God had a purpose for me and never failed to remind me. She heard my cries and yearning to feel among. She saw how much I felt like being loved. She filled the void of my heart with her love and made me see the world in a different light. She taught me to believe in myself and never seek the validation of others to be me. She let me understand that life…Advocacy and tagged Boy Abunda, Empowerment Moments Blog, Motherhood on .
RohaN Chaubey Be Rohanlicious || Twitter ||Twitter||Facebook Rohan is a social media enthusiast, programming geek and a young Indian blogger with penchant for personal development. His passion is to deliver high quality web content and helping bloggers, authors, small business owners and startup founders unlock their next level of success using social media and blogging. 3 most important lessons I learned from Mom and ways in which these things impacted my life. Lesson #1: My mom is an incredibly generous person I’ve ever known. I’ve learned to be generous and kind observing her. Being generous may seem hard, but in the long run, it always outweighs…Advocacy and tagged Boy Abunda, Empowerment Moments Blog, Mothers on .
The Incredible Power Of A Mother’s Love A mother’s love is the fuel that enables a normal human being to do the impossible.” – Marion C. Garretty The love of a mother is also the reflector of light, hope, and happiness. It’s an incredible power that connects the heart of a child to that of the Heavenly Father. Let’s honor our Mothers in a special way!This entry was posted in Featured and tagged Boy Abunda, Empowerment Moments Blog, Motherhood on .
by Yba Ognikob 10 OFW mothers cry in Dubai. Find out why Photo: Consul General Paul Raymund Cortes, (7th from left), and spouse, Dr. Yasmin Balajadia-Cortes, (6th from left), flanked by the 10 supermoms. ‘Ako lang yata and ‘Buaya’ na kauna-unahang umiyak sa entablado. Dubai, May 2018 – Being a mother is like a 7/11 store, you work from sunrise till the sundown, round the clock, 7 days a week, 365 days in a year. It takes a great amount of love, patience, dedication, hard work and understanding to sustain the family and keep them intact. In honor of all…Featured and tagged Boy Abunda, Dubai, Filipino Times, Mothers, OFW on .
https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/women-periods-ashamed-menstruation-half-survey-a8143416.html OLIVIA PETTER @oliviapetter1 Friday 5 January 2018 One in five women have felt period shame because of comments made by male friends Periods are a natural part of being female and yet, a new poll has revealed that more than half of women feel embarrassed by them. In a survey commissioned by feminine hygiene company Thinx, 58 per cent of women admitted to feeling ashamed when they menstruate. Researchers examined perceptions of periods in the US by polling 1,500 women and 500 men. They found that 42 per cent of female participants had experienced period-shaming, with comments mostly coming…Advocacy and tagged Boy Abunda, Independent UK, Menstruation on .
https://www.jaagore.com/current-issues/how-do-different-countries-take-care-of-their-senior-citizens Most countries have laws in place that make it mandatory for children to look after their elderly parents, but often a lot of it remains just on paper. While the conditions of senior citizens in India is worrisome, let us take a look at the provisions that some other countries have in place for the welfare of the elderly in other countries. Policies for senior citizens in Philippines – Philippines has a state policy that ensures social justice and dignity to the senior citizens in the country. Here are few things the policy enlists – 20% discount and exemption on VAT…Advocacy and tagged Boy Abunda, Jaagore, Senior Citizens on .