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Kuwait Blogosphere Roundup

Parenting in Kuwait is so mixed. Q discusses how parents can easily leave their children with maids when they are young, and is concerned on how this influences the young child's development. Then Sheba remarks on how mom's are all over their children when they are in school and watching over them and helping/doing their homework and even going to their college orientation to help them settle in.

Misguided uses charts and statistics to prove why he isn't married yet.

Working in Kuwait has always been tough and mixed. Jazz Central compares and contrasts government work to the private sector. Confused writes about the stress in the private sector leads people to just quit. Guess it ccould be as Forza points with Google allowing their employees to create new ideas and inventions like Googles Secure Access; when Kuwait just invest in either stocks or real estate but not ideas or people.

Kuwait Tranny hope for one day in Kuwait where mothers and daughters go to school together, and parents's have an honest relationship with their children's lives, but doubts it will ever happen in Kuwait.

Entrepreneur asks where is the best places to eat in Kuwait, while Latifa lists some observations about Kuwait.

Don veto shares with us pictures of Kuwait's traffic jams and pictures from it's deep sea, while Toomz wonders how many sudoko addicts are in Kuwait.

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