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Connecting families one step at a time.

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I couldn't read beyond the first page without starting to tear up and get sad.  I am glad I found this page and this community.  It is incredibly important to know that I am not alone.

I have just started a Youtube channel, and while it is embarrassing, I humbly ask to share it here as I chronicle my life and battles with the biased court system.
Brian Miller
Brian Miller

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i lost my dad a 20 days back, my daddy is,was& will always be an angel for me,,,,, he was jst 50 and i am 17........ an expected death of him................ i love u dad ...i, mamma and kavya,manya miss u a lot

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Hello Everyone 
I wanted to share with you in a new and exciting application designed for children and toddlers, of course! There are two versions a free one you can try it, and it contains a huge amount of questions and challenging puzzles (about 96 puzzles), as the main thing is to improve perceptual skills, visual screening and attention.
Here I am attaching a summary of the application cited Google's store:
Let your child's brilliance soar through "Kids Brain Trainer".

With "Kids Brain Trainer" your kid will be able to: 
✔ Match an image to its shadow. 
✔ Find the odd image in a collection of images. 
✔ Match images to its families. 
✔ Memory game; match cards. 

Completely safe and having NO ads, this game proves to be the best kids game to help your child grow, learn, have fun, and even give parents some time off. With four fun, colorful and educational sections, "Kids Brain Trainer " has 27 games specifically designed to contribute to, exercise and develop your child's motor and cognitive skills (such as visual attention, visual-spatial relations, short term memory, visual-motor coordination, bi-lateral coordination, tactile skills and much more).

Developed by a preschoolers father and a child's mental development specialist, "Kids Brain Trainer" aims to be as educational and beneficial as possible; and being fathers themselves, these developers know how important and tricky it can be to keep children interested while learning. "Kids Brain Trainer (Preschool)" is updated at least twice a month with fun, new, graphics, puzzles and more to keep your little ones having fun!
This highly educational app is not only designed for children 3+ (including special needs children), but also for any parents, teachers, or other professionals working in the field of child development.

"Kids Brain Trainer" includes four fun-packed parts with a number of colorfully themed and leveled games:
1. Shadow: 6 mind-exercising levels of matching a figure to its shadow
2. Differences: 6 fun levels of identifying the image that does not belong
3. Match It!: 3 exciting games of matching a picture to the figure provided.
4. Memory: 12 colorful games of matching memory cards; each game of three difficulty levels: Easy, Medium and Hard. 

This educational game is truly developed with every child's best interest at heart and serves as an accurate way to access you child’s basic skills, as well as develop them. Forqan Smart Technology believes that by doing, playing and exploring, children learn best. Have your child develop essential motor and cognitive skills doing just that- doing, playing, exploring, and having endless fun with a safe game.

Reveal your child's brilliance and help their brain grow.

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In the day and every night,
And every moment of my life,
I missed you daddy from my heart
with lot of love and tear in eyes...

Fathers Rights in the UK

Fathers rights - indeed, parental rights - do not really exist in UK law. Instead, the law refers to parental responsibilities. Parental Responsibility (PR, or Parental Responsibilities and Rights (PPR) in Scotland) is a legal status that means that you have a duty to care for and protect your child.

Fathers rights to see their children are not set out in UK law as such, but depend on a number of factors, or which Parental Responsibility is just one. Having said that, PR (or PPR) gives you the right to contribute to decision making regarding your child's future such as:

giving consent to medical treatment
choosing their school
deciding how they should be brought up
choosing their name
choosing their religion
What does UK law say about fathers rights to see their children when parents separate? What rights do you and your child have? Is the law, or are the courts, biased against dads? We look at your legal position if you're separating.

If you know anyone who wants and needs comforting please refer this community to them. Thank You in advance

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