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Parents: Don't Be Afraid!I believe in spanking.
DANIEL: Dealing With Rejection On The Field Or CourtHow does an 11-year-old handle his first real rejection?
DANIEL: Dear Mr. CainI was going to write about the college republicans bake sale prices for Whites, Asians, Blacks, Latinos and women in California. It is distasteful to me but I also thought, "what's new."
DANIEL: Date InterruptedHave you ever felt like you lost time? A few hours or an entire weekend? It's not hard to do and it's not always a waste of time but even unexpected time spent in unexpected places will impact your calendar. Take for example, plans for a romantic dinner with you husband never getting off the ground because of one phone call.
DANIEL: Tales Of A Shopping AddictI believe a lot of men will not understand the behavior I am about to describe. I get that. But many more of you will.
DANIEL: 9/11 MemoriesI was taking my 19 month son to daycare that morning. Our 5-year-old had just started kindergarten weeks earlier. Both were completely unaware of my mood or the mood of the nation.
DANIEL: PC - Not Politically Correct - But Parent ConfessionsA lawsuit was dismissed against an Illinois mother over what her ungrateful children (now grown) felt was 'bad mothering.' The 23-year-old son and and 20-year-old daughter won't get the $50-thousand they were seeking over claims of 'emotional distress' but we all get a lesson in what does NOT constitute bad parenting.
DANIEL: Step Away From The Hair Dye!As a mother, I keep a watchful eye over how my sons are treated by other adults. Today, I have something to say to the Grafton, Illinois father who is waving the constitution at school board members claiming, "my baby girl's constitutional rights have been violated."
All About CarolCarol began her career at the “Voice of St. Louis” in 1995 as an anchor, reporter and talk show host. She was hired when the program director was driving to Memphis with his family, heard Carol on the air at a radio station in Cape Girardeau, MO. Two weeks later, she moved to St. Louis and was working at KMOX.

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