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A: I would just encourage parents to have a weekly or biweekly meeting about what’s coming up. Because literally, three weeks ago we didn’t know what would be happening now. Next week, we don’t know what’s happening. So we don’t want to be like chickens with our heads cut off. We want to do a “state of the family union.”

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The overwhelming joy of having pets is unfortunately accompanied by the inevitable sadness that comes with the end of their lives. As humans, sometimes feeling like parents, we must be witness to the death of our family member, our pet, our “child” as it so often feels. And unlike the movies, rarely is it that they just fall “asleep” for eternity, but rather we are put in that unique position of having to decide when it’s time to say goodbye, a process called humane euthanasia.

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In Samoa, New Year's Eve was more somber than usual. While fireworks erupted at midnight from Mount Vaea, overlooking the capital, Apia, the end of the year was a time of sadness and remembrance.

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"What is this B.S.?" wrote reporter Nick Kindelsperger, who ranked these his worst. "Small, circular rice cakes taste like sadness." Reporter Joe Gray also ranked them worst. "Look like the surface of someone's brain. Too sweet. Not much tomato at all, but at least salt is in there."

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