Karissa Hugh

I am a mom to 2 little girls ages 2 and 4, I would love to share my tips and tricks on how to tame your little ones and help you regain your sanity 😀

Josiah Williams

I grew up pretty rough, so I know how terrible the cards that you’re dealt with can be.

Janda Bouzakis

My family is my life, as I am sure is true of most people. I take great pride in knowing that I always do my best to love and care for each member of my family to the best of my ability. I have done so much research and self teaching in regards to different stages of childhood and major milestones in a child's life. I am also well versed in many common illnesses and how to care for kiddos when they are not feeling well. I have also become quite the expert in denuclearizing a temper tantrum. I would never dream of telling anyone how to parent, to each their own, but, if you have questions and would like to know how I have learned to solve some tricky situations, ask away!

Walter Cabral

I have a 3 year old daughter and a 15 month old son with my wife of 10 years

Molly Johnson

Becoming a Mother, who came from a broken family. Has caused me to have hands on experience with family struggles.

Jerry Friend

Married for 21 years with three daughters who have all gone through addiction recovery issues.

Latisha Folden

I was adopted by my great grandmother growing up due to my mother only being 13 years old when she birthed me. I often witnessed drug abuse first hand. Growing up I found it very difficult fitting in with my family and have grown deeply because of this finding myself spiritually. I have, and continue to study psychology, concentrated on child and adolescent development. I would be more than happy to help others grow in whatever way possible.

Shapria Anderson

Family is such a powerful thing but pretty often its our family who set out to destroy our blessings in life. Never fall victim to thinking you have to do this or you have to fall victim to that because you're related by blood or friendship. Stay true to yourself .

Sabrina Engle

I have alot of different family things I can touch base on from adoption to prison to assets.

Shantae Haynes

family is a good selection in means a lot to me because it's something that is family is nothing but love peace understanding and when you come together as love and peace and made his nothing but love

indigo helios

I was raised in an abusive household where everyone was taken advantage of and made unhappy, I know more than enough about the kinds of things that parents and children could do better for each other so no one stays miserable. Communication is important, boundaries are necessary and no one should feel like they can't get ahead and be better.

Theodosia Anonye

I worked with children and I could advise you on how to get them to listen to you. I could also advice you on how to keep them from drugs and peer pressure.

Nikki Stewart

My family on my moms side is traditional. Everyone is married with children looking happy. My dad however was a rolling stone. Had 5 children, three of which found me on Facebook. I’ve had a taste of both worlds with my family which has given me a very diverse look on family in general and many experiences good and bad.

Shaly Saylor

I'm good on speaking on family because I come from a large family with a lot of different people. I have also taken a lot of psychology classes during school to help gain insight on relationships.

Elyssa Jessen

I come from a very broken, hurt, loving, random family. I have been through much. Highs and lows (as most people do). Including not knowing my biological dad, growing up quickly to take care of my younger siblings, teaching valuable lessons, learning valuable lessons and so much more. I am confident in saying that family is one of my favorite things to talk about because it is so complicated and hard to understand in a lot of ways.

Dom Grigio

I have been married and divorced and remarried, and raised kids from birth to mid twenties. I've discovered keys that unlock healthy relationships.

Mahalia Patton

I have a strong bond with my family and love helping others build theirs because it's such an important thing to be connect to the people that matter the most 😋

Victoria Morgan

Family is more complicated than friendships. These people have likely grown up with you, and it can be difficult to extract yourself. I'm of the belief that because these people are so intertwined, they are the ones that need to be held to the highest standard. Your family should, ideally, be the ones giving you your emotional and spiritual armor to help you fight whatever may come. I am myself working on setting difficult boundaries with family members who don't uplift me, and would be so happy to help others who have done the same thing.

Colleen McNeill

I have a big family and we tend to fight sometimes so I have been through just about every issue you can have with a family member so I have a lot of advice.

margaret allen

being a psychology major, family and family situations is something ive studied. family means a lot more than a relative by blood or marriage. It means the people who accept you no matter who you are, where there's no hatred or judgment. The love of a family should be unconditional, and everyone should try their best to provide all they can for the people in their family, emotionally and financially. Family are the people that everyone deserves to feel secure, and comfortable with, even if they aren't lucky enough to have that.

Sierra Petersen

I have 20 siblings between my birth and adoptive parents. I'm a mother of twins, family is my everything.

Jasper James Jose

Family problems are very common. A lot of household fight because problems are part of life, but the solutions and reconciliation are sometimes overlooked. As a university guidance counselor a lot of students come to me to ask for advice regarding this matter. I help the and I can help you too. Mujagic

My family is like watching a reality show I have been everywhere from abused to molested to loved and fixed all my problems on my own.

Devin Hinnant

I was separated from my biological family at a very early age. From there I was raised horribly by abusive strangers for 18 years. I spent my last 3 years as a minor in multiple different foster homes. At age 22, I reconnected with my family and we are still in sync. Due to my circumstances, I've naturally come to appreciate a very deep knowledge about what it means to be family. Any advice you'll ever need, I'm here.