7 Links worth seeing

Does Facebook Wreck Marriages?

“I see Facebook issues breaking up marriages all the time,” says Gary Traystman, a divorce attorney in New London, Conn. Of the 15 cases he handles per year where computer history, texts and emails are admitted as evidence, 60% exclusively involve Facebook.

Facebook guidelines (7 Do’s and Don’ts)

On the darker side, Facebook can easily become a private world of careless conversations— especially for people in difficult marriages. And Facebook photos often play a role in the darker side. 

Are You Mom Enough? (Mommy Wars)

Apparently, … there is a perceived “mothering battleground” where moms pit themselves against each other over topics like feeding babies, choosing schools, eating healthy, disciplining children, and more.

Cutest Dog Breeds: From Puppy To Adult

15 Funny Signs From Around the World

 

Water safety: good reminders!

According to the CDC, about 10 people die from accidental drowning every day in the United States. Drowning is the second leading cause of injury-related death in children under the age of 14 and the leading cause in children between 1 and 4 years of age.

Prayers for Seth

Seth is a 15 year old student at Manheim Central and is currently fighting the fight of his life with a brain tumor. He needs all your support!

Steve Cornell 

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1 Response to 7 Links worth seeing

  1. Thanks for the links I enjoyed the pictures of the signs 🙂

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