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Parenting is the most demanding job in the world. What other role requires you to be on call 24/7? What other job has higher stakes?
The Internet can be a cruel place depending on who you ask.
Las Vegas is a working city – whether working in hospitality, construction or other trades – people here work hard.
In today’s society, it is easy to become overwhelmed by work demands, family responsibilities, children’s activities, and other obligations. Parents and children often find themselves stressed out and overscheduled, leaving little time to be together. With the many demands on our time, family relationships often take a back seat, and children end up getting only the leftovers of parents’ time. Carving out time for family takes some effort, but it is crucial to maintaining a healthy and happy family.
The topic of toddlers and technology elicits a wide array of opinions. Some see the use of digital devices as a ploy by parents to keep their children quiet, while others believe they help children to learn and expand their creativity.
The holidays are an exciting time filled with family, food, fun, and memory-making. However, it is easy to get overwhelmed during this time of year with turkeys to stuff, homes to decorate, and gifts to buy. Finances may be tight, and there never seems to be enough time to fit everything in: school concerts, office parties, and the drive “over the river and through the woods” to visit family. Of course, none of these things are inherently bad, but the cumulative effect may leave families exhausted, stressed, and a bit cranky/grouchy/irritable.
Expert answers to common questions about end-of-life issues.
One in every 52 Las Vegas men are "sugar daddies," ranking Nevada’s largest city third on the popular dating website’s list of most sugar daddies per capita in North America.
Las Vegas is not alone in the marriage decline. The U.S. as a whole has seen a progressive decrease in the number of weddings. The Pew Research Center found that in 2011, 51 percent of American adults were married, compared to 72 percent in 1960.
As the users of the online affair site, Ashley Madison, scramble to keep their identities secret, a person who isn’t cheating on their spouse might ask themselves a basic question.
On Tuesday hackers who call themselves "The Impact Team" made good on their promise to publish personal data about users of Ashley Madison, a website that helps customers to cheat on their spouses.
Ashley Madison users may face more than just marital discord after the dating website's recent hack.