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Word on the Street: The Mother's Day Edition

May 4, 2011


Yvette R. Ogletree

Yvette R. Ogletree

California; Diagnosed in 2003; Two daughters

The hardest part of being a mother is seeing your children sad, in pain or making a mistake. There are going to be times when a child is sad, and there is nothing you can do to console her. Seeing your little one with any scratch, bump or bruise only makes her stronger and more careful. Most mistakes your teen makes are going to teach her to do better in the future. As a mother it is always hard to see your child hurt, no matter what the circumstance or end results are.


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