This may sound crazy but im really sick of life. My friends, family, everything. Im wondering if there is some program that has a Japanese family adopt an American child into their life. I WOULD just go live in Japan, but seeing how i’m not fully capable of supplying for myself yet, i’d like to be adopted by a Japanese family, live with them until i’m old enough to start supplying for myself and then start living my own. PLEASE tell me if u have any knowledge of a program such as this.
Okay my family is awesome but lately my mom can’t trust my dad’s side of the family as much as she used to. Should I be on her side or whatever you want to call it?? But i really love my dad’s side of the family but lately they can’t keep promises. I feel trapped. Please help me.
Why do family members find it easier to help friends than their own family members? And then come back to you (the family member who they didn’t help) and ask for help because the same friends that they helped aren’t able to come through for them.
I am a supervisor at a family restaurant and am only getting .50 an hour, I am just wondering whether I am being under paid. I live in Ontario, Canada.
A family of five children is known to have at least two girls. What is the probability of this family having exactly four girls?
How can I ask nicely for my parents and my husband’s parents to stop buying so many toys for my two girls? Last year at Chrismas, I could only get my daughter a Leap-pad and some cartridges because I knew our families were getting her so much stuff. My oldest has so many toys she doesn’t value any of them, and she often gets doubles from many members of the family.
We recently moved over seas, and I had to donate so much to the Thrift Store and give them to friends. I’m really thankful that we don’t live so close right now because of this. But we’ll only be here for one more year. How do I nicely let them know that a trunkload of toys at every Christmas and Birthday is just too much?
Honey, it bothers me because:
1. They won’t value their possessions
2. We don’t have room for it all
3. Nothing is special or earned
4. Presents are not the best way to show love
Thank you all for your serious answers. Maybe I will set a 2 toy limit and take my kids with me to the goodwill with everything else.
I just want to know if it’d be acceptable, or would that bring shame to his family. He’s 32 years old, he comes from a wealthy family, but he isn’t married yet or has any children. Do you think marrying a prostitute is something a traditional Chinese man would even DO, and if he would, would that be disgraceful?
For a family with sick child and siblings flying into New York what is best way to get to hospital Baltimore?September 6th, 2010
Flying from Australia, Qantas providing great support and child able to lie down on long flight but parents are concerned how to get from New York airport to John Hopkins and after operation and lengthy treatment must make return journey back to New York for flight home with child needing 4 hourly care – mother a nurse so can provide the medical care. Family of 5 travelling.
Are there any air connections? Are they from JFK?
By car how far and approx. how long?
Any idea of cost of paying for car and driver if no flights?
This is not about laws, but about a way of thinking.
I am seeing many posts indicating that if a young woman carries an unplanned pregnancy to term, either she or the child’s grandparents will be "saddled" with the responsibility of this baby for life.
However, many people are eager to adopt babies and have great difficulty doing so.
A pregnant woman should be supported in her decision if she wishes to carry her child to term, whether she keeps the baby or entrusts the baby to adoption.
Is a late-term termination of pregnancy preferable to the entrusting of one’s child to adoption outside of the family?
My grandfather got married to a new wife, 5 months after my grandmothers death(married 47 yrs). Her past two husbands have died of brain tumors. Now my grandfather’s behavior is becoming strange. The family is sure he has not had a stroke. He changed his doctor of 25 yrs to her doctor when they were married. My family would like to get a toxicology test done on my grandfather, but are unsure how to approach him without it sounding like an attack on his new wife. Any suggestions-please keep them legal!