How To Be An Awesome Mother-in-law|helene Cohen Bludman

It was a great way to bond with her." Warned Barbara Shallue of Long Hollow , a mother-in-law of one year, "Stay out of the way!" Sage advice from Connie Ott of miscfinds4u : "Never say anything to your daughter-in-law that you wouldn't appreciate your mother-in-law saying to you." Another wise suggestion from Estelle Sobel Erasmus of Musings on Motherhood & Midlife : "My advice is to try to understand and accept your child's choice." Miriam Hendeles of Bubby Joys and Oys (oh do I love that name!) quoted Sarah C. Radcliffe, M.Ed C. Psych of Toronto, who maintains that the "ratio of positive feedback to negative needs to be 105:5 (as opposed to mother to young child per day is 80:20)." Miriam added, "May the mean mother- in-law stereotype be gone forever as we learn new ways to interact with our couples." Amen to that! For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.huffingtonpost.com/helene-cohen-bludman/mother-in-law-relationship_b_5416842.html





Insurers Fill Gaps in Health-Law Plans - WSJ





In its next report, for 2013, the Human Rights Campaignraised the firm's rating to "100%." A Foley & Lardner spokeswoman declined to comment on the episode. "Fear is a healthy motivator to do the right thing, said Fred Sainz, a spokesman for the Human Rights Campaign. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/06/10/us-usa-court-gaymarriage-insight-idUSKBN0EL10820140610





U.S. law firms flock to gay-marriage proponents, shun other side
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ET Health insurers in several states are adding to the choices of doctors and hospitals in their health-law plans amid concerns among some consumers and state officials about access to care. In states including New York, Connecticut and Ohio, insurers have bolstered their health-care provider networks in recent months. In California, three of the biggest insurersWellPoint Inc.'s Anthem Blue Cross, Blue Shield of California and Health... For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://online.wsj.com/articles/insurers-fill-gaps-in-health-law-plans-1402357147