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By Jamie Bacon, For The Baltimore Sun | May 20, 2013
It is just under a year until our wedding, and I can't help but think about how things will change or how things will stay the same. Sure, we will file our taxes differently and my name will change but what will the main differences be? I think it's important to hold on to those who are closest to me now. I know this can be hard wihen starting new families but it is so important.  I may become a wife but I'll still be a daughter, I'll still be a sister, I'll still be a friend. So many people let marriage change all of this and exclude themselves from others or only want to be with their significant others, and, to me, this is just unacceptable.
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By LIZ ATWOOD | March 12, 1995
Looking back on it now, Parthenia Colbert says she should have known long ago that something was wrong with her daughter.The first hint came in 1986 soon after Ms. Colbert moved to Kansas with her husband. Sherry, then 20 and an unwed mother, had chosen to stay in Annapolis. One day a friend of Sherry's called Ms. Colbert and told her Sherry was hooked on drugs. Ms. Colbert didn't believe it, but she flew back to Maryland to see for herself. Sherry's apartment was a mess and she didn't look well, but Sherry denied anything was wrong, and Ms. Colbert wanted to believe her daughter.
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By T. Berry Brazelton, M.D. and T. Berry Brazelton, M.D.,NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SPECIAL FEATURES | January 23, 2000
Q. I am a stay-at-home mother of an 18-month-old girl. Since she was 6 months old, she has shown a definite, often intense preference for her father -- particularly during stressful times. Most of the time, I try very hard not to overreact or even show much emotion about her choice, but I do occasionally feel hurt and rejected. I have read articles on development focusing on a child's shifting preferences, but my daughter's preference has been consistent. When I see other children clinging to their mothers, I wonder where I went wrong.
NEWS
February 13, 2000
A 37-year-old Druid Heights man was arrested and charged with first-degree murder yesterday in the death of his 3-month-old daughter on Friday, police said. O'Dell W. Sullivan of the 1800 block of Madison Ave. was being held at the Central Booking and Intake Center last night without bail. The state medical examiner's office ruled the death a homicide yesterday, saying the infant died from blunt-force trauma. Sullivan told police his daughter, Shahada, stopped breathing while he was at a neighborhood convenience store.
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By Darren M. Allen and Darren M. Allen,Sun Staff Writer | June 27, 1995
A 46-year-old Sykesville man pleaded guilty yesterday to beating his 15-year-old daughter and shoving two state troopers while he was drunk last year.William Howard Poole of the 4800 block of Woodbine Road pleaded guilty to battery and resisting arrest in a plea bargain. In return, prosecutors dropped a more serious felony charge of child abuse.Carroll Circuit Judge Raymond E. Beck Sr. set sentencing for Sept. 11. Prosecutors said they will not argue against a sentence of probation.According to documents in Carroll Circuit Court, Mr. Poole was drinking alcohol on Dec. 14, became angry with his daughter, and struck and kicked her.When police were called to the house, Mr. Poole shoved two state troopers, who used pepper spray and nightsticks to subdue him, according to the records.
FEATURES
By Dr. Modena Wilson and Dr. Alain Joffe and Dr. Modena Wilson and Dr. Alain Joffe,Special to The Sun | September 27, 1994
Q: Our 10-year-old has not been herself since school started. She's usually full of energy and eager to talk. Now she doesn't want to go to her dancing lesson or to soccer practice, even though she loved to this summer. She wants to go to bed even before she finishes her homework. She says things are fine at school, she's just tired. I'm worried she's sick.A: We are inclined to think the answer lies with your daughter's mental, rather than her physical, health. The fact that your daughter's behavior changed when school started may be an important clue.
NEWS
BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | March 14, 2000
Mark and Sandra Mohlmann, parents of an 18-year-old daughter who was fatally shot at their home near Finksburg on Feb. 28, said yesterday they agreed with a conclusion by state police and the Carroll County state's attorney that their daughter was the victim of an accident. The Mohlmanns issued a statement after State's Attorney Jerry F. Barnes said no charges would be filed in the shooting death of Sarah V. Mohlmann. Barnes said the victim had taken a loaded revolver from a locked drawer in her parents' bedroom.
NEWS
By Bill Talbott and Bill Talbott,Sun Staff Writer | December 18, 1994
A 45-year-old Sykesville man, who is accused of assaulting two state troopers in the driveway of his Woodbine Road house after they responded to a complaint he hit and kicked his 16-year-old daughter, was charged with multiple counts of assault and battery Thursday.The man, whose name is being withheld to protect his daughter's identity, was released on $25,000 bond Thursday evening.State police said they answered a call for help from a teen-ager, who said she had been assaulted by her father about 8:45 p.m. Wednesday.
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By Dr. Modena Wilson and Dr. Alain Joffe and Dr. Modena Wilson and Dr. Alain Joffe,Contributing Writers | June 8, 1993
Q: I'm concerned that my 12-year-old daughter is not getting enough protein in her diet. She'll eat fruits, vegetables, chicken and some fish but hardly any red meat. Won't a lack of protein interfere with her growth?A: You're right to want to assure a healthy diet for your daughter, since at age 12 she is most likely in a period of rapid growth. And in order for her to grow properly, she will need adequate amounts of protein.However, the average American teen-ager probably consumes more protein than she really needs.
NEWS
By Gus G. Sentementes and Gus G. Sentementes,sun reporter | January 24, 2007
An off-duty Baltimore police officer was robbed by a man who held her daughter at gunpoint as she was dropping the child off at a West Baltimore day care center Monday morning, police said yesterday. Authorities publicly disclosed the circumstances of the robbery more than 24 hours after the incident while detectives spent Monday chasing leads. Agent Donny Moses, a police spokesman, said detectives were seeking the public's help in the incident, which occurred in the Harlem Park neighborhood.
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