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Ismail Arouzoud (@ismail_emh) Instagram Profile Photo
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Ismail Arouzoud


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Universal Music Serbia


⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ 🖤💎-🇦🇲🇦🇿🇺🇦 (@black_diamond_best) Instagram Profile Photo
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A L I N A  J A K (@alinajak_) Instagram Profile Photo
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A L I N A J A K


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Jcarrasco2015

Sven A.「🧸」初情天使。 (@endymioun) Instagram Profile Photo
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Sven A.「🧸」初情天使。


Mathi Vera Slier (@mathiasonefvs) Instagram Profile Photo
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Mathi Vera Slier


Don't Sit Home® #dontsithome (@dontsithome) Instagram Profile Photo
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Don't Sit Home® #dontsithome


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Phoenix Youth Hub

Discussing all things Gaming today at the Maribyrnong Workers with Young People Network meeting with guest presenter, Steven Dupon from the Institute of Games. Steven will also be holding a free workshop just for parents at Phoenix Youth Hub tomorrow night from 6pm. Check our our website (link in bio) for bookings and more details #parents


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Brittany Brenske

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Joly Neelankavil

This is not a vintage folk album cover. It’s a portrait of my parents, taken in Philadelphia, back when they were newlyweds. It was 1975, one year after their marriage and one year before I was born. They had just landed in the States, and as they struggled to settle and assimilate into this country, they showed me that through hard work, dedication and grit, you can make a decent life for yourself. Back then, life was simple, and so was love. My parents met in a hospital, in India, where my mom worked as a nurse. My dad was visiting a relative there, and he was smitten as soon as he saw my mom. He fell in love with her long, straight hair and my mom was drawn to my dad’s sparkling smile. That was pretty much it. In a country where all marriages were arranged, theirs was chosen­­, and yet the only thing they had in common was that they both were poor and wanted a better life. Yesterday, they celebrated their 45th wedding anniversary and that’s a pretty big deal to me. They showed me the very realness of being in a long-lasting marriage and the meaning of a true partnership. The decision, each day, to be there for each other, despite differences and hardships. To forgive and let go for the greater good of the family, and to know, that no matter what, they will always be there for each other and their children. I can’t say that it’s a formula for “the happy marriage,” but their 45 years together has taught me so many valuable things about true, lasting commitment. It also makes for a really kick-ass concept for a cool album cover. . . . #parents

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Jade Renee Rice

// The top 10 reasons you shouldn’t work with me // 1. You are scared of change. Even though things are really hard for you now, the idea of changing is way too much for you, even if it will make your life 100 times easier. 2. You prefer to take the hard road and use the trial and error approach. You feel like you can get there in the end, even if that end is a REALLY long time away. 3. You don’t want a good understanding of the evidence and research of parenting methods. You would rather just continue on following the general cultural ideas, most of which you were instilled with in your own childhood. 4. You don’t like to be accountable. Being honest with yourself is hard sometimes, and you would rather not share where you feel you are letting yourself down. 5. You love asking in parenting groups every time you come up against another challenge and don’t know the answer, only to get 20 different random answers with no idea where to start. 6. You feel like the exhausted badge should come with parenting and you won’t know what to do with yourself without it. 7. You would prefer not to know what was really happening for your child, and continue to just use bandaid solutions instead of understanding the problem and fixing the issue. 8. You think that really poor sleep or behaviour is normal, everyone gets it and you just have to run the gauntlet. 9. You think that I going to make you do something you feel uncomfortable with. SPOILER ALERT: I make the plan for you, not for me! 10. You think asking for help is failing. If you don’t fix the problem yourself, then you are less of a parent. But where does that end? Is it ok to ask your doctor and not me? Why is that different? If you disagreed with each one of these, working with me WOULD be perfect for you! Shoot me a PM and we can have a free chat about what is happening for you. 💜 Jade xo


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Dutch kids are ranked as the happiest kids in the world, according to UNICEF. ⁣⠀⁣⠀ ⁣⠀⁣⠀ CNBC Make It contributor Rina Mae Acosta explains what sets them apart from kids in the U.S. and the U.K.⁣⠀⁣⠀ ⁣⠀⁣⠀ A year into motherhood, I stumbled upon a 2013 UNICEF report claiming that Dutch children were the happiest kids in the world. The report was a follow-up to one conducted in 2007, in which the Netherlands was first named as a prime example of childhood prosperity. The U.K. and the U.S. ranked in the two lowest positions.⁣⠀⁣⠀ ⁣⠀⁣⠀ A handful of other organizations have also ranked Dutch kids incredibly high in personal happiness.⁣⠀⁣⠀ ⁣⠀⁣⠀ So how exactly do Dutch parents raise the happiest kids in the world?⁣⠀⁣⠀ ⁣⠀⁣⠀ From spending more time with parents to eating “hagelslag” (chocolate sprinkles) for breakfast, Acosta reveals the 6 secrets to raising the happiest kids in the world, in the link in bio.⁣⠀⁣⠀ ⁣⠀⁣⠀ ⁣⠀⁣⠀ ⁣⠀⁣⠀ s

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Darryl K. Horton

Amazing.... Our first stop on our book tour for Letters To Me "Life Lessons I Wish I Knew " meet, greet and signing...Tomorrow Night June 25th San Diego California .... North Park Library 3795 31st street 6pm more dates & locations to come. #parents @thedanielbissonnette @thejoeywild3r @lesbrownjr


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VaLarie Humphrey



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