Pam Reynolds

Mother of 4 Grandmother of 10

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Turn Frustrations Into Success
Inspiration

Turn Frustrations Into Success

“The fear really hits you. That’s what you feel first. And then it’s the anger and frustration. Part of the problem is how little we understand about the ultimate betrayal of the body when it

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Discipline Only Requires Love And Time
Children

Discipline Only Requires Love And Time

“Don’t demand respect as a parent. Demand civility, and insist on honesty. But respect is something you must earn with kids as well aswith adults.” William Attwood “Good discipline requires time. When we have no time

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The Princess and The Queen
Daughter-in-law

The Princess and the Queen

Do you know what your mother-in-law or daughter-in-law thinks?
How our individualities, environments and life changes affect the relationship.
Ideas and techniques to keep the relationship on track.
Learn how to solve problems before they appear or increase.
You can do a makeover of an existing poor relationship.
Uncover the words and actions that improve the relationship.
Learn how you manage the interference and changes in a positive way.

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Details Of Life
Children

Details Of Life

How many of us have tunnel vision? It is simple to do and often happens. Maybe it occurs due to our earnest desire to get things done. We don’t want to waste time so we search for the quick meaning in any given situation.  If one runs towards an injured person and misses the dangerous gas permeating a room, you are both in trouble. The same is true in life.

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Trapped in a Snow globe
Inspiration

Trapped in a Snow Globe

“The only progress that knowledge allows is in enabling us to describe more and more in detail the world we see and its evolution. What matters in a world-view is to grasp the meaning and

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Language Destroys
Children

Language Destroys

“The tongue like a sharp knife… Kills without drawing blood.”     Buddha “A man’s character may be learned from the adjectives which he habitually uses in conversation.”    Mark Twain It is assumed that any

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