Daddy Diddy is at it again and still on his father-of-the-year agenda. Most recently, Diddy took his twin princesses D’Lila and Jessie for a pampered and prim spa day in the city. Continue reading
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Festival Celebrates the Family through Exciting Multicultural Performances and Activities
Currently celebrating its 50th Anniversary, The Riverside Theatre is presenting its 12TH Annual New York Family Arts Festival, a festival of interactive multicultural weekend activities for families to enjoy from Friday, June 11 – Monday, June 28 at the Theatre, 91 Claremont Ave. (bet. 120th & 122nd St.), Morningside Heights. All Festival events are free of charge to attend, call 212-870-6784 to RSVP event attendance. Continue reading
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Some people are part of your life, whether you want them there or not. What if you don’t have the warmest of feelings for your boss? Your mother-in-law? Your next-door neighbor?
It’s easy to come up with a mental catalog of all the ways in which that person could change to be less annoying, domineering, passive-aggressive, arrogant, etc.—but the fact is, you can’t change anyone but yourself.
Here are some tips about how to help yourself cultivate more friendly feelings. It’s quite a strain to hide feelings of dislike; if you can manage to change your feelings, you’ll be much happier. It’s hard, but not impossible.
Q & A On Swine Flu
A never-before-seen strain of swine flu has turned killer in Mexico and is causing milder illness in the United States and elsewhere. While authorities say it’s not time to panic, they are taking steps to stem the spread and also urging people to pay close attention to the latest health warnings and take their own precautions.
“Individuals have a key role to play,” Dr. Richard Besser, acting chief of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said Monday.
Here’s what we need to know:
By Daseta Gray
Experience has taught us that infants and toddlers thrive in a loving caring environment. Research and experience has also taught us that the adults who care for infants and toddlers must have healthy relationships with each other. Continue reading