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I want to be a successful career as a blog writer and web site host offering encouragement, business ideas, advice, day-to-day living experiences, focusing on women and mothers.
I am currently self-employed as a Respite Support Worker, working on creating daily blog entries both on my blog and very popular networks, being creative, getting my message out, following GOD\'s design for me.
I am finishing an afghan for my couch (started over a yr ago), making creative decisions to start some handmade jewelry and sewing projects (hopefully for profit) and creating a green, clean, thrifty home environment and sharing that with others
Answered on 29th January 2009:
I do know that it is a normal child stage. He is realizing that you are leaving and he doesn't want you to. Reassurance that you love him, that he will have a good day with all his friends and that you will be back soon is a good start. I would have to agree with the teacher and say that it is only a phase. Especially if there are no other indications that anything else is going on...(ie. teacher hasn't said there is conflict between him and another child, no abuse). Reassurance and patience are key.
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