By: Samantha Steiner
Okay, parents, this one is not for the faint of heart. Are serial killers born or raised? There is an argument of nature versus nurture that is still ongoing and heavily researched even today. Continue reading
By: Samantha Steiner
We all know that one mom out there that we try to make subtle suggestions to regarding how they should change their way of life before unthinkable things happen to them or to their children. Continue reading
Here is my latest article. It was just published on BabyGaga about two hours ago. It was originally titled, “15 Celeb You Didn’t Know Who Grew Up In Cults.” But I think it too offensive. Regardless, it is an interesting read. So please click on the link, read the article, and share it. It would be greatly appreciated.
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Sometimes unfortunate, unforeseen circumstances happen that can shatter our entire world and everything we know. They can leave us feeling like the walls are crashing down around us. Accidents happen every day, and they are something that we are, unfortunately, unable to predict or prevent them. If we were able to predict accidents, the people we love and cherish the most would never get hurt; we would never get. Parents would be able to protect their children even better than they already do. The childhood mortality rates would drop. Continue reading
Latest Article just published on Babygaga.com today at noon. Please check it out. It’s actually pretty interesting. It’s about 15 different women who made a fortune just being a mom. A lot of these women invented something so simple that helped make other people’s lives easier. Please Click, Read, & Share!
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Pregnancy is, without a doubt, a wonderful and glorious time in a woman’s life. From the moment a woman finds out that she is growing a tiny life inside of her belly, their life changes forever. Most women celebrate this creation and start planning on the hundreds of things that run through a mother’s mind; to breast or bottle feed, parenting techniques, birthing classes, and so much more. This may not always be the case for every new mom, such as a teenage girl.
So, this article was published on September 14, 2017, on BabyGaga. It’s a devastatingly sad article about Whisper confessions from parents who had their child kidnapped. The thing that’s even sadder is that with all of these confessions, it was a family member that kidnapped the child.
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Here is another one of my articles that was published on BabyGaga on September 13, 2017. This article is real confessions, from real dads that were in the delivery room. They tell what grossed them out the most while watching their partners give birth to their child. Some of these confessions have a twist of humor, some are shocking, and some are just downright gross.
This is Gary’s Story: (submitted May 2017)
“My name is Gary. I have a severe social phobia called Paruresis, also called shy bladder syndrome. There are a lot of people out there with shy bladders, but Paruresis is much more serious, it is the inability to urinate anywhere outside of the home. It severely damages the quality of one’s life. I have lost many jobs dues to not being able to use the restrooms at work. I would have to make up a story about being sick just to go home and use the bathroom. When it comes to random drug testing for a job, forget it! I cannot go too far from home because as soon as I have to pee, I have to get home as soon as I can. I have spent two years in therapy, but it is a very long process of healing. Some people have gotten better but never 100%. Before I ever started therapy I was in such bad shape that if I was out in public and I even thought about using the restroom I would break out in a sweat. I have dealt with this for as long as I can remember, but after a couple years of therapy I can at least go into little stores with private bathrooms, which to many may seem like very little progress but for me it is huge. As a teenager, while my friends would go off to concerts, to the movies, the beach, etc… I would stay behind. I had always felt too ashamed to tell anyone about my issues. I didn’t know what was wrong with me, I just knew that I was not like other people, something was wrong with me. I also had severe social anxiety. Even with some of my best friends, I didn’t speak very often unless it was one on one. Today I have broken down that wall and I can now talk to almost anyone, even in groups. Although the Paruresis is still very much a thorn in my social life, my hope is that if there is someone reading this who may have the same issues, know that you are not alone, and the is hope. People with Paruresis can improve with what is called gradual exposure therapy. It is a long process but very helpful. I know most people like me are ashamed to talk about it, but talking is the first step in recovering.”
Talking about it is the first step. Contact me (Gary) At Gary.Bassler@yahoo.com
**For More Information On this Disorder Please Check Out This Website Paruresis.org (Link Provided By Gary.. Please Thank Him.)**