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zirkkun · 2 minutes ago
hey zirk, u r a mega UT nerd, (mean it in a nice way) and i was wondering if i could get some assistance with ideas. planning to do a sorta daycare thing with my self inserts children, but we need more children to fill the daycare. do you have any knowledge of young canon UT children, or any ship children from the multiverse whose creators have a very open policy about using them as side characters and whatnot? any at all would be great help <3
Weeeeeell I can tell you for sure the good boy Condoriano is a-okay to be used in AU's and stuff and he is most certainly a wee baby. He's not mine though. He's @murmur-utdr-au 's. But she's okay with seeing him in other stuff and whatnot.
I don't really know a lot of ship children honestly, I don't follow a lot of people who have any. I think there's Goth who's Geno/Reaper's kid who's used a lot in a bunch of different things? I don't know who made him or the policies for using him either though. And you could always do like a freebie of an Alphyne shipchild or a few, since they're canon and such.
Sorry this wasn't really much help, I hope you can find some chars for your au!! 🙏✨✨
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flixadda · 13 minutes ago
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Here's how climate change is driving some to skip having kids
Here’s how climate change is driving some to skip having kids
A new study drove by the University of Arizona found that overconsumption, overpopulation and uncertainty about the future are among the top concerns of those who say climate change is affecting their reproductive decision-making. When deciding whether to have children, there are many factors to consider: finances, support systems, personal values. For a growing number of people, climate change…
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alvsstudies · 19 minutes ago
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Spite: A Message to Parents
You want to keep your kids safe, yes? Then read this:
“Actually, there’s harm to administering strong prohibitions: The stronger they are, the more likely they will backfire, actually causing an increase in interest in the prohibited activity. According to reactance theory (Brehm, 1966), people do not like feeling that their freedom to do or think whatever they want is threatened. When they feel that their freedom is threatened, an unpleasant state of reactance is aroused, and people can reduce this reactance by performing the threatened behaviour (e.g., smoking, dating the person your parents told you to stay away from).” 
- (Aronson et al.: Social Psychology, tenth edition)
Because I’m tired of seeing parents - or just people in general - making this mistake over, and over again. It’s not going to work. There are much healthier approaches that will keep your loved ones safe and your relationship with them intact than stripping them of their freedom and privacy.
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purbleplacegame · 22 minutes ago
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Happy Children's Day to all children of the World!
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kodyaz · 24 minutes ago
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Happy Children's Day to all children of the World!
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softpurplesock · 24 minutes ago
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HMMMM methinks educasion should not be so traumatic and brutal and that a certain number or letter should not be the judge of my potential and that avoiding mental health concerns of students is actively causing them to drop out for their life and also that maybe learning something you are interested in should not come at the cost of happiness and peace and yknow, life
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sephet · 25 minutes ago
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there’s a lot to work through when your father was a good man, but also... not that great of a father. I feel like everything I watch is a punch to the face. Show’s sadboy goes “My dad never went to any of my games” and growing up my thought was always “Who’s dad goes to your games?” My dad barely attended my sisters’ dance competitions and left early on the reg, I don’t remember my dad really coming to any events ever. When we went to visit my mom’s family he stayed home. When it came to parent volunteers for school I think my dad worked the bingo hall to earn money but he didn’t like... do anything to interact with kids. We had Thursday night where we watched voyager and stargate. but he had so many times where he was angry and yelling and swearing at me for watching anime and being weird and not being like a normal girl. I had to fight so much passive or outright aggression when I cut my hair, for years I wasn’t allowed to dye it because my dad thought if I was weird I was gonna end up a drug dealer. I say now they encouraged me because they never did anything like tear up my art and throw it out. I’ve heard of parents doing that. But there was a constant ‘when are you going to grow out of this?’ ‘your friends in high school don’t matter, your grades matter.’ ‘if you don’t work you don’t eat’ (food was never withheld but like the idea was always, if you aren’t working you aren’t earning your way. It was a motto not a direct threat)
I feel so torn up, growing into adulthood I was really starting to engage like an adult instead of his child. I never knew if I had respect... in the end he did say he was proud of me. And he liked my passions and my interests. My mom said he just didn’t really understand it all the time. And sometimes when he got angry he just... said things that hurt. found out he used to call my mom inbred ‘cause she was from the country. earliest memory is still being dragged by the arm out of a restaurant for spilling some milk.
All his friends say ‘I’ve never seen the man angry’ and I remember him screaming and throwing all out things down the hall to get it out of ‘his’ living room. I remember not knowing what would set him off, and I remember my sister arguing with him and storming off a lot, which left mom and I to deal with his temper.
I miss him and I love him, but there’s a part of me that needs to allow myself to condemn parts of him because I need to believe it wasn’t fair for me to be treated like that. To be afraid like that.
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fotszyszk · 50 minutes ago
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wstępuje w ciebie coraz bardziej inny że mógłbym być obłokiem rybą albo skałą a ty jesteś niezmienna jak zegar co mierzy metamorfozy ciała i upadki ducha powolny rozkład tkanek i miłości
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naucz mnie rzeko uporu i trwania abym zasłużył w ostatniej godzinie na odpoczynek w cieniu wielkiej delty w świętym trójkącie początku i końca
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mpsky-mp · 57 minutes ago
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I'm disappointed but not surprised that there's gonna be homophobic comments when TGC plans on doing another Pride Event in Sky.
You guys are valid, regardless of your gender identity, your religion, your orientation or your ethnicity. And this game is also about diversity and expressing oneself. Don't let anyone tell you stop being who you are.
And please be respectful towards each other! 🙏
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rjrempires · an hour ago
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U.N. Reports Surge of Migrant Children Entering Mexico, Destined for U.S.
U.N. Reports Surge of Migrant Children Entering Mexico, Destined for U.S.
MEXICO CITY — The number of migrant children arriving in Mexico and hoping to enter the United States has increased ninefold from January to March this year, the U.N. Children’s Fund said Monday, with an average of 275 minors entering the country every day. The number of migrant children reported in Mexico rose to 3,500 at the end of March from 380 at the start of the year, according to the…
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wvindia · an hour ago
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How many people die due to hungry in india
India ranks 94 out of 107 countries in the Global Hunger Index. With a score of 27.2, India has a level of hunger that is ‘serious’. Sponsor a child through World Vision India and feed the hungry.
When you sponsor a child through World Vision India, one of the best charity organizations in India, you will stop children from going to bed hungry every night. When a child does not receive proper nutrition, the child runs a high risk of becoming malnourished. Malnutrition is a serious condition. It affects the child’s development causing developmental delays, stunted growth, poor cognitive function and motor ability and more. The effects of malnutrition are long-term and can also result in death. It was the predominant risk factor for death in children younger than 5 years of age in every state of India in 2017, accounting for 68.2% of the total deaths of children under five.
Partner with one of the top NGOs of India, feed the hungry and end hunger and malnutrition. Come forward to sponsor a child. Here’s an account of a cooking demo conducted by World Vision India, in Bokaro, Jharkhand, that is helping prevent malnutrition among children. A close representation of how they feed the hungry.
An excited Harsh sat beside his mother, Bindoo Devi, with the rest of the women and children in Bokaro. Around 40 mothers gathered with their children to attend World Vision India’s cooking demo programme, conducted at least four times a year. Mothers learn to prepare nutritious food like a health drink, cereals, besan ladoo (a sweet made from black chickpea flour), omelette, dal parantha, suji halwa and khijari using locally available food like wheat, barley, maize and more. They learn the importance of serving tri-coloured food - green, yellow and white - to their children.  
Bindoo Devi was among 73 health volunteers who received cooking training through this programme. Now she, along with other health volunteers, has been training local women across 75 communities in the district.
The Mid-Upper Arm Circumference (MUAC) is measured for children to check their nutritional status. At the age of two and a half, Harsh was identified with Moderate Acute Malnutrition. His MUAC indicator was in the yellow category and he weighed only 11 kilograms.
Yet, from the time his mother began her training through the cooking demo, Harsh’s health improved and he entered the green category within six months. “I attended the training and applied those learnings at home. I learnt to make cereals, ladoo, suji halwa, vegetable omelette, Horlicks and dal paratha. Harsh’s health improved tremendously and he weighed above 13 kg,” said Bindoo, adding, “Earlier children were only fed khichdi (rice and lentils). Most of us have changed now and encourage other mothers to use locally available vegetables as well”.  
World Vision India is working in 75 communities, covering 22,974 children at Bokaro District, Jharkhand. Join World Vision India to stop malnutrition and feed the hungry. Malnutrition is dangerous and a silent killer. Sponsor a child and save a life.
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nextgentechnology · an hour ago
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Tips For Parents To Boost Their Children Focus And Concentration
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To assist your child boost their concentration, you can adopt several tactics and see which one works most suitable for them.
Read more: https://bit.ly/3dGj4jZ
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alisia-dragoon · an hour ago
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X-Men: Children of the Atom (PS1)
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