I wouldn't interfere. How those children learn or don't learn is their decision. If they want to cheat on their homework, they might have to pay for it in the future. I do not see why you would have to worry about those children cheating.
I wanted to check in here a week after finding this site. Prior to last week, I had been on depression medication, in ever-increasing doses for the last 12 years, the last 6 of which have been Cymbalta. I was taking 90 mg daily with continual struggles. My pill-pushing doc suggested adding Welbutrin to the … Read more
I have been diagnosed with bipolar for 10 years. Though I have been clean for more than 6 years, I used drugs to self medicate for a good part of my life. I grew up believing I was different, and people immediately branded me as odd because I did not fit into any category. … Read more
My brother-in-law teased me about the wig I wore because I lost all my hair from chemotherapy. He said he wanted to have it because he could wear it for Halloween. I walked away the first two times he asked me. The stress came when I couldn't protect myself. I could hardly believe that someone, … Read more
Hi shearn 157,
I have M.S. (multiple sclerosis) and stress is really not good for me since it tends to intensify my symptoms. Stress is really not good for anybody though.
When I come upon a stressful situation I usually walk away and I don't speak. I usually try to forget about it . . … Read more
I'm a 4'11" mom. My daughter is 4' 8-1/2" and 15yo. It is feasible to say that we have reached our height potential. We've both experienced rude people, mean people, insensistive people in school, friends, enemies, strangers and even family members saying things to us. Short persons share a commaradarie in this sometimes painful aspsect … Read more