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Why You Should Stop Asking for Parenting Advice on Facebook

Asking for advice online is an exercise in futility

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Have you ever stood in a room full of strangers, hopped on a stage, and clapped for attention?

“Hi everyone. Can I have your attention please?” Tap, tap, tap… Is this mic on?

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Kimberlee Murray

Kimberlee Murray

A widow on a quest to make widowhood suck a little less. Offering practical tips and resources for widows managing grief and loss at www.widow411.com.

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