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The Hazards of Online Dating
The world of online dating provides a potential minefield for women looking for more than desperate narcissists.
So You’re Socially Awkward Too?
My daughter is a socially awkward child in a world of tests and labels. At 18, she will be tested for asperger’s syndrome.
A man tries to flirt with an unsuspecting woman only to discover something he was not expecting.
A Fire for Help
It had been years since our father left. Our mother held a secretary job during the day and was no match for Dominic and I working to extend our freedoms.
Life as a Single Mom
I can say though that since becoming a parent, it has really made me stop and magnify the things in my life that I don’t really like about myself and want to change.
Did you wash these dishes?
Family life can be a real lottery sometimes. When bullying permeates home life who do you turn to?
How do you cope with the death of a child? “Replacement” deals with the fallout from family tragedy.
A Thousand Signatures
I’ve always wanted to get married and live a gay American dream; a queer version of my parents marriage which is still going on strong.
Susan Copich’s photography puts a dark twist on domestic life. Leanne Jenkins, mother of four, gives her take on the controversial family photographs.
Mind the Gap
I’ve heard it said there’s no getting away from the fact that my wheelchair does make me more eye-catching, especially to those who’ve had a bit too much to drink.