My stepdaughters are are autistic but recently deemed ‘recovered’ and I can tell you now that putting down other parents in times of their own different situation is not a way to get The word out on autisim. It is about supporting our children by supporting each other and providing Information for those uninformed. NOT putting others down. August 14, 2012 at 09:15 | Report abuse | Reply ser August 14, 2012 at 12:24 | Report abuse | Reply Portland tony Certainly hope this study was peer reviewed, because it contains more “may cause’s” than a political ad. Sounds like a research project by a bunch of bored underemployed PHD’s with an pretty lax government grant. Maybe adjusting a child’ sleeping position could eliminate this “snoring” problem.
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Snoring, lack of romance blamed for Saudi Arabia divorce rates
These are mainly snoring, the look of the husband inside the house and the lack of romance as a result of the influence of dramas and media on the impressionable minds of young wives, he said. The figures and causes for divorce were discussed at a meeting of religious figures tasked with drafting marriage contracts in Al Qateef in eastern Saudi Arabia. Ways to address the rising figures of divorce rates in the kingdom included urging families to check the background of men who propose instead of relying on matchmakers. Most marriages are arranged in Saudi Arabia where the mixing of the sexes is strictly controlled and limited, giving women matchmakers great opportunities to promote potential spouses. Parents have a highly significant role in ensuring that the men who want to marry their daughters have a good reputation and a satisfactory behaviour, Judge Mohammad Al Jirani said, quoted by the daily.
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