Jeff and his wife recently welcomed their long awaited baby. Unfortunately, he wasn’t able to fully enjoy their little bundle of joy because of his demanding job.
It is pretty obvious that where emotions are involved communication should take place. And when communication is happening, conflict may as well be somewhere roaming around to see if havoc will reign.
Last week this very magazine in The New Times had a very interesting main story that talked about women taking back their cheating husbands/boyfriends while Men’s Talk gave advice to a woman who was actually contemplating having a child with the man she was having an affair with.
Guys, I’ve been dating this guy for about five months now. He’s a perfect gentleman and has many things I’ve always wanted my dream guy to have. But the problem is, his past is a total mess. He has had so many exes and done almost everything unspeakable including cheating on his exes.
I love being a parent. In fact on some obscure level I can understand how someone would want to always have little children running around the house, filling it with laughter, shrieks of joy and excitement and yes, even the chaos. But the practicalities of feeding, clothing, nurturing and the endless chores keep me focused on doing a good job with the fewer kids I have and some day submit to having grand children.
When I was a student in boarding school, my mother used to send me all kinds of mail. Birthday cards, postcards, letters and eventually – around that time it started to become a popular form of communication – she started sending emails. To be honest, I rarely replied, I would happily read them and store them away. Still, she never stopped writing.
Doctor, I am a 26-year-old newly-married woman. I have been advised to use implants for birth control but I’ve heard they make women gain weight yet I don’t want to put on any more weight. What are the best birth control methods that won’t make me gain weight and that will be easier to regain fertility when I am ready to have a baby?