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Glenna believed her marriage would last a lifetime. Her world shattered with the words I don't love you. Glenna and Rhonda talk about how FreeFall changed her life.
Rhonda Robinson talks for the first time about getting married in high school, and some of the hurdles that comes with early marriage, and being born into the baby scoop era.
When joy doesn't always come naturally during the holidays. There are times when grief should be allowed to dampen the celebrations.
The social ideology of adoption is seated too close to our morality nerve. Few dare to separate the needs of a child and the needs of adults to have a child.
Julie's family relied on their faith to see them through a terrifying time of unknowns. As a society, we have to decide what kind of culture we want to live in.
The characteristics that are predominantly masculine have been in the process of perfecting over millions of years. Men with these attributes were once prized and honored because they were the men that guaranteed the survival of their families.
The art of mothering little boys requires us to balance the need to tame a boy’s adventurous impulses without breaking or wounding his spirit.
Boys were born to explore, to conquer, to invent and to protect. So how do we nurture these attributes?
The best hospital staff in the world can’t replace a loving grandmother’s eyes. A mother with her baby in her arms can’t always see the subtle changes within the first few days of caring for her newborn. First-time mothers have no idea what normal behavior or growth looks like.