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Prime 12 issues that mothers can do after they get a break 

Posted in Child Support on 17th November 2018

Motherhood is joyous, motherhood is superb, and motherhood is exhausting. Some days you are feeling like there’s by no means sufficient time to finish every part. The times are crammed with family work, caring for your toddler, purchasing for grocery, making meals and doing laundry. And if you’re working, then coping with workplace work as effectively. However this doesn’t imply you possibly can’t find time for your self.

It might appear not possible with all you’ve in your plate, however taking a while off to resume and recharge is an efficient funding that pays actual returns. In any case a rested, bodily and emotionally wholesome girl is a greater mother, a greater spouse, and might accomplish extra in fewer hours than the drained-weary model of herself.

Listed below are some issues you are able to do if you get a brief break –

  1. Take pleasure in a cup of espresso or tea within the early morning when everyone seems to be but sleeping
  2. Learn a brand new guide or hearken to your favorite music
  3. Take a calming bubble bathtub
  4. Write a weblog or create a gratitude journal and write in it on the finish of the day
  5. Lay down in your mattress for an precise relaxation (or take an influence nap)
  6. Sit in your porch or someplace quiet or name a good friend
  7. Take a brief morning or night stroll. While you lace up your strolling sneakers and step exterior, go away every part — together with your children, mobile phone, and worries — behind

Every so often go for considered one of these which take extra time.

  1. Go for a film together with your finest good friend
  2. Make a date with your folks
  3. Go for purchasing for your self (and no grocery purchasing doesn’t depend)
  4. Take a spa appointment
  5. Go to a salon for a calming facial, pedicure, manicure or a brand new haircut (some a lot wanted pampering)

To be the most effective spouse, mother, good friend and worker you will be you MUST discover a method to refuel your self frequently. You want guilt-free “me time”. And these daycares with their versatile providers are offering you that chance.

Keen Beaver
Safari Child
Planet Child
Cosmi Youngsters

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What do they mean?

Posted in Working Mothers on 6th April 2014

What do they mean?
What do the lyrics to the song “The end” by THE DOORS mean?

I have a guess, but it’s not a grand one. I was thinking it might be about the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The reason I say it’s not a good guess is because I don’t feel too strongly that this was the true meaning that Jim Morrison intended. Really, the only basis I have to support my theory is the “…Roman wilderness” reference. I know that Golgotha was far away from Rome…but there were Roman soldiers there at the crucifixion.

Does anyone know the true meaning of the song?

Best answer(s):

Answer by Information sucker
Jim Morrison took drugs and beat his wife. Who cares.

Answer by Logos24
The spoken-word section of the song includes the lines with the last two words screamed unintelligibly is often thought of as an homage to Sophocles’ Oedipus the King, a production of which Jim Morrison worked on while at Florida State University.
Morrison even said in 1969, “Everytime I hear that song, it means something else to me. It could be goodbye to a kind of childhood.” Morrison had also said that the song is an inside trip, and that “kill the father” means destroying everything hierarchical, controlling, and restrictive in one’s psyche, while “f*** the mother” means embracing everything that is expansive, flowing, and alive in the psyche. This interpretation of his own lyrics recalls to us Morrison’s lifelong passion for freedom. He may have been influenced by the Jungian concepts of individuation and archetypes, and was certainly influenced by Friedrich Nietzsche’s concept of going beyond the limited types of human beings that have so far existed by loving Dionysian vitality and life (“the mother”) while rejecting Apollonian systems and traditions (“the father”). The lyrics’ reference to “the Blue Bus” is almost certainly a reference to Indian mystic Meher Baba’s “Blue Bus” tours of the 1930s. However, it may also be a reference to Santa Monica’s Big Blue Bus public bus lines or Fetrow’s blue bus which they took many trips in.

Answer by crystaldragon49
the Apocalypse watch the movie Apocalypse now

If you take your ex to ORS because he won’t pay child support, do they require that you…?

Posted in Child Support on 12th March 2014

If you take your ex to ORS because he won’t pay child support, do they require that you…?
…have a paternity test done?
My sister has just gone through a divorce and her ex will not pay the child support for the 4 kids they have together. She is thinking about going to ORS, and is wondering if they require a paternity test…

Best answer(s):

Answer by shoshidad
Got no idea who ORS is.

Assuming its a US state agency, they will follow the state law on paternity. In every state the child of a woman who was married at the time of probable conception and was living with the husband at that time, is deemed the child of the husband — regardless of who the biological father is.

In some US states either the husband or wife can file an action to determine actual paternity. However, in the few states that allow this, the action must be filed within a very short time after the child’s birth. In California, the action must be filed before the child turns two years old.

In almost all states a judicial decree that a child is a child of the marriage, or that the husband is to pay child support for that child, such as would be contained in a divorce decree, is a binding determination that the husband is the legal father of the child.

Answer by Pancho N Lefty
There will be no paternity test unless there is a court order after a hearing after your sister’s ex affirmatively requests the test. No state agency is going to go through any extra difficulties if they do not have to do it. And they do not want to pay for the tests unless there is a legitimate basis to do so. ORS needs to know if there is already a divorce and custody order, how old the children are, who is listed as the father on the birth certificates and whether there has been an explicit or implicit acknowledgment of paternity by the purported father. If the there is a divorce order, if the children are older than 3 or 4 years old and your sister’s ex has any history of having supported them, then he is on the hook for further support orders and collection of arrearages.

Answer by Truth Sets You Free
If your sister has a current court order for the ex to pay child support, she can file a motion to enforce the child family court..

Answer by George McCasland
Every father should demand a paternity test before paying child support. Over 30% of the tests come out negative. So, I certainly hope so.

Answer by Anderson
I have a sister and some friends that hae been through all this before and I do know for a fact if he denies being the father then YES they will request a DNA, therefore if he is not denying being the father then they should not cause there is no need for it, but honey if he owes it , make him pay. There are so many out there today getting away with it, it took me almost 5 yrs. to receive child suppot..hope this helps some..

Answer by Brandon
If the children were concieved during an “intact” marriage, then the husband is presumed the father, and if he is listed as the child’s father on the birth certificate, then he should not be given the option to even ASK for a paternity test. (I’m in KS, might be different where you are)

If he is contesting that he is the father, and he is NOT listed on the birth certificate, then yes, they would require a DNA test to confirm that they are his children.

If it was stated in the divorce decree that he would pay “X” amount of child support and just ISN’T paying it, then she should contact her lawyer or the county clerk. He is in violation of a legal court order and can be held accountable.

They should also be able to process a request to have his wages garnished and he will be required to pay all “back child support” from the date of the seperation or date of divorce decree (whichever is stated in the legal paperwork).

If they have already gone through their divorce and he did not contest the paternity of the children at that time, then he should not be able to now.

She should definitely contact her lawyer to help her with this if it continues.