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Flavia Calina participates in maternity chat in My Live Life

Flavia Calina participates in maternity chat in My Live Life

Next Wednesday (14), the influential Flavia Calina will participate in a live with the My Life portal team to talk about maternity and about the launch of her first book Now that I'm a mother, from Editora Planeta do Brasil. Flavia Calina shares with the public reflections, tips and outbursts about her three greatest passions: her family, maternity and early childhood education. Mother of 3-year-old Victoria and 7-year-old Henry, she has lived in Wisconsin for 11 years.

Since childhood, Flavia's greatest desire was to be a mother. It seemed that, after marrying her husband, Ricardo, her wish would come true. However, life does not always follow the coordinates we want and now she would have to deal with an obstacle: infertility.

In her book Now that I am a mother, Flavia tells how she dealt with the news that made her pregnancy difficult, reversing the situation and getting pregnant, physical and psychological preparation for having a baby, parenting, guilt, and other issues. Without dictating rules and always willing to learn and teach, Flavia Calina shows, without flourishes, how to embark on the exciting adventure of motherhood.

Stay connected and access the fanpage of My Life on Facebook and sign up for live with the influential Flavia Calina next Wednesday (14), from 11am to noon, and leave your questions in the comments.


Valorize Your Child Program: Understand how it works

Valorize Your Child Program: Understand how it works

Self-esteem is essential in the formation of self-love and self-respect. It is formed even in childhood and determines how a person relates to the world, faces challenges and reacts in situations that require emotional control. Mother values ​​her daughter's abilities - Photo: Getty Images During childhood and adolescence there are several factors that can undermine self-esteem: bullying, friends' opinions, body changes?

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Family members donate their holiday to the worker to take care of the daughter with cancer

Family members donate their holiday to the worker to take care of the daughter with cancer

In a factory that manufactures pieces of glass, in the northeastern region of France, Jonathan Dupré's co-workers donated all their holiday days to the clerk. The reason: With these 350 days received, Jonathan can closely monitor the cancer treatment in the kidney of his daughter Naëlle, age 5. The girl underwent surgery to remove a 13 cm tumor in December 2014.

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