Abby Gilmore shares some exciting news

Abby Gilmore shares some exciting news

Announcing it to the public after hiding it for so long made it really real and the shock of losing that person who you count on for everything really started to set in." A new start, a new body, a new love After the split Abby has been incredibly open about her journey towards confidence and self-acceptance, even writing about her breast implants for Kidspot and revealing that she had met someone new.

The Age Four Transition to Responsible Childhood

The Age Four Transition to Responsible Childhood

According to Vygotsky, and verified by much research since his time (e.g. Alderson-Dat & Fernyhough, 2014; Manfra et al, 2014; Winsler et al, 1997), by about age four children have developed the capacity for verbal thought to such a degree that they can recall and follow rules that they learned previously, without someone there to remind them, and can even think verbally about how to behave in new contexts.

Is Marrying Your First and Only Lover a Bad Idea?

Is Marrying Your First and Only Lover a Bad Idea?

In her article, “Why Marrying Your First Love Is A Terrible Idea,” Kelsey Dykstra describes additional difficulties in marrying your first lover: You never grow; you’re settling for something easy; you haven’t had the chance to experience someone new; you’ve never gone through heartbreak and come out the other side; you’ll never know what else is out there, and a piece of you will always wonder; a divorce would be brutal; there’s no passion—you don’t know ups and downs; you have nothing to compare your relationship to.