Progress is great. It can also be painful.
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It’s been years since we’ve seen anything like this.
As many mothers already know, there are a lot of things to consider at the beginning and throughout other stages in your pregnancy.
DEAR ABBY: My adult son committed suicide. He was an alcoholic with many problems. Every year around the time of his death I become very depressed and emotional.
Is this normal? Members of my family think I should “get over it.”
EMOTIONAL MOM IN THE SOUTHWEST
DEAR EMOTIONAL MOM: The members of your family are mistaken. Your feelings are perfectly normal.
This is not your usual Thanksgiving column. I’m not going on about what I’m thankful for, or even what other people say I’m supposed to be thankful for.
Nor am I going to point out — again — how the Pilgrims get short shrift between way-too-smiley jack-o’-lanterns and way-too-jolly St. Nicks. Nope, done with all that.
History doesn’t change anyway, right? So why bother with the same old thing? This year, let’s put a new spin on this Turkey Day stuff.
So, as we prepared to belly up to way more food than any of us need, let’s talk about what we’re not thankful for.
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