A mother is a person who a child knows even before it is born. In fact, she is the first school that a man learns from. Here is an article that shows what a woman’s support does for her child throughout his life.
A mother deeply influences the life of a child. A woman has a deep influence on the life of her children, from the moment they are born. In a study published in the Journal of Marriage and Family, psychologists look at how woman can alter her child’s life trajectory, building on the notion that child-mother interactions influence one’s early years.
Three important consequences emerged, each enhanced by the loving support of a mother.A woman is always supportive towards to her children and even if she is a beautiful swan, as seen in the picture. In fact, she is the most beautiful person in the world.
Here is a short film whose Director/Producer Meir Kay says “Nothing in the world is as powerful than a mother’s love for her child. A connection so strong and special it can do miraculous things.”Mr Kay also says, “I came across a story concerning Edison and his mother, but further investigation lead me to believe that such a story never took place and so I adapted it accordingly. The truth still remains that nothing can replace a mother’s love. I’d like to dedicate this video to my mother who’s unconditional love and support has driven me to be the man I am today.”
Money is important, but what would you say if a woman kills her child for insurance money.
Ashley Marks has been charged with capital murder after she allegedly killed her 6-year-old son with a toxic mix of methamphetamine and cocaine for insurance money, according to Harris County court records.
25-year-old appeared before a judge on April 1 in Harris County court where prosecutors read a charge of capital murder against her in the death of June 27 death of Jason Sanchez Marks, according to court records.
Prosecutors say Marks allegedly killed the boy to collect on two life insurance policies totaling $100,000.
The Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences ruled the cause of death as the toxic effects of chlorpheniramine, dextromethorphan and diphenhydramine with methamphetamine. The agency said the boy’s manner of death was homicide.
Prosecutors have accused Marks of causing Jason’s death by administering those drugs.
According to the medical examiner, the boy died at his grandfather’s house.
Marks is due to make her first appearance in court before Judge Robert Johnson in the 177th criminal court on April 5.
I believe that communication is key to success in everything from your career to personal relationships. This is true especially in the case of marriages.
Due to an absence of communication which generates an inability to associate with each various other, many marriages start failing. When this happens a couple must seek the advice of elders in the family. You should even visit a marriage counselor before the worst thing happens to your marriage. It only shows that you care for the relationship.
Here is an article on what a couple can expect from marriage counseling. But remember even counselors cannot help until you communicate your problems clearly to them.
In my post Valentine’s Day Blogging Party I had said, ‘Love is a give and take relationship that has nothing to do with sex.’ Here is an article from another blogger that reaffirms what I had said. This article from medstoriestoday.wordpress.com says perfect relationship is the one where everyone is ready to compromise for each other. There is something that you give up and in return you get something else out of it.
Unlike topics like math or science, social skills are more of a “learn on the job” kind of skill. When you’re a child, you can learn how to manage conflict, make friends and navigate groups by doing it. But not everyone learns the same lessons the same way. Sometimes, they take a whole lifetime to refine, and many of us never master them.
The first school that a man learns from is a woman, in other words his mother. In this article, Sarah Sloat who is a writer based in Brooklyn, shows what a mother’s support does for a man as long as he lives.