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11 Tips for Visiting a Rainbow Mum

These tips may also apply to regular Mums, but I highlight some things that are especially important for Rainbow Mums.

1. Please say when you’d like to visit. Unless you are a BFF to the Mum, or a really close family member, don’t just show up. It may be a bad time for the family. If you do visit, keep it short and sweet. Just because the Mother and Baby are house-bound doesn’t mean that it’s a 24-7 visiting/entertainment zone. Think about the work with the baby, the sleepless nights, back and other aches, colic… Those few moments of silence and me-time feel like heaven-sent breaks, so a visit should be an improvement of that and not a drain. Be sensitive.

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Plus-Size Beauty

You know how, when people continuously put you down, you begin to feel small, smaller… Until eventually, you feel virtually insignificant, almost non-existent?

You feel that you can’t speak up because your voice is too soft and won’t anyway be heard, so you don’t even see the use in trying? You feel that you are so small, like you can be easily pushed over?

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The Awe and Wonder in Relationships

When we begin losing the awe and wonder of those we relate with, those relationships begin to take a dip, whether marital or platonic.

When the awe and wonder is still there, there is respect and care as the parties seek to know each other and experience life together. The parties are careful about their interactions.

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Curiosity…

I enjoy talking with young people, especially those younger than me. When I look at them, I think about what great potential and possibilities they have.

I think about what I would do differently if I was their age. And I want to share this with them. What I would do differently, what I wish I knew, what I wouldn’t do, what I would pursue or avoid, what character traits I would build and so on. Sometimes this is industry specific, but sometimes it’s about life in general.

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