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Loving your kids too much
Tuesday, July 22, 2014 Molly Mathews
When you have kids something changes inside of you. Your no longer just yourself but you have a piece of you that is physically separate from you and wandering the world. It’s very amazing and miraculous but also scary! It’s easy to become so obsessed that you “over love your kids”. As a parent you view your child in a way that you view no other child. Your child is special and unique to you. I’m having to remind myself lately that if I treat my kids as if they are more special than any other kid they will begin to think that too. Even though as their mother they are more special to me than any other kid I must remember that I still want to teach them that all children/people are special. So that brings along my typical blog theme of balance! It’s hard to teach this when

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Click the link below for an overview of the most common charges and rates for inpatient procedures at Onslow Memorial Hospital in comparison to other North Carolina hospitals.  The information provided here is compiled by the North Carolina Hospital Association and is simply meant to be a guideline of average charges. Just as hotels offer different rates for different groups of customers, hospitals  have different charges for different insurance plans. We encourage all our potential patients to speak with their physician and their insurance provider about co-pay amounts, what is and isn’t covered, and any pre-authorizations that may be required.  

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