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What Do You Need To Become A Process Server?

Process servicing is used to deliver legal documents for subpoenas, court summons, divorce papers, or to notify somebody that they are being sued by another party. Process servers (such as those from In Focus Investigations) deliver these documents for law firms, lawyers, judges, private investigators, sheriff offices, and courts. You don't need a law degree to become a process server, but there are certain steps you must take to become eligible and to succeed at process serving as a career. Read More 

Open Adoption And The Adjustment Period

Adopting a baby is a special event that is completely unforgettable. Searching for a child that needs a home and bringing them into your family is a purposeful event like no other. If you are interested in adoption, you will always remember the day one of your adoption agencies calls to tell you that there is a child available for you. As adoptive parents of a newborn baby, there is often another set of parents in the matter to consider. Read More 

Helping Your Preschooler Relate To The Concept Of Time

Preschoolers haven't yet grasped the concept of time, but it's something they begin to learn more about once they hit the classroom. Along with learning the days of the week and months of the year, a preschooler is just beginning to understand the ideas of past, present, and future. Since gaining a sense of time is a gradual process highlighted by a child's everyday experiences, you can help by clarifying and reinforcing the idea of time with the use of concrete examples. Read More 

How To Ease The Transition When Adopting An Older Child

Adoption is a courageous and selfless act, one that can enrich the lives of both adoptive parents and children alike. There are many children in need of loving and supportive homes, especially older children. Babies and young children are often in higher demand, but older children also need families. If you've decided to adopt an older child, here are four steps you can take to make the transition easier for your new family member: Read More 

How To Have A Nerdy (And Acceptable) Wedding

One of the hottest trends in weddings lately is nerdy weddings infused with cultural references from video games or fantasy and sci-fi films and television shows. While it's fun and can create a one-of-a-kind wedding, finding a way to make it socially acceptable to your family members who aren't nerds while staying true to your interests can be difficult. This guide will help you to integrate nerd culture without alienating your friends and family. Read More 

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When I was growing up, one of my family friends underwent problems with his nerves. His older brother was an abusive alcoholic. Unfortunately, his brother’s often rash behavior left my friend in a compromised mental state. My friend’s parents often called my father, a family counselor, to lend a helping hand with their fragile son. My father would gently talk to my friend and assure him that everything was okay. After being helped by a non family member who was a professional counselor, my friend would relax and not be fearful anymore. On this blog, you will learn about the importance of calling an expert when your child is in emotional distress.

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What Do You Need To Become A Process Server?
20 July 2015

Process servicing is used to deliver legal documen

Open Adoption And The Adjustment Period
25 May 2015

Adopting a baby is a special event that is complet

Helping Your Preschooler Relate To The Concept Of Time
20 March 2015

Preschoolers haven't yet grasped the concept of ti

How To Ease The Transition When Adopting An Older Child
17 February 2015

Adoption is a courageous and selfless act, one tha

How To Have A Nerdy (And Acceptable) Wedding
26 January 2015

One of the hottest trends in weddings lately is ne