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From the board room, to the changing room. These Power Parent moms share how they juggle it all+ read more
October 11 is International Day of the Girl, a day dedicated to raising awareness of the need for girls’ rights. It’s also the perfect opportunity to teach your kids —boys and girls—about the importance of gender equality and girls’ rights…+ read more
“It is sometimes referred to as one’s ability to ‘bounce back’ but I prefer to think of it more as our ability to survive, and even thrive, during a big change.”+ read more
“The outside world is trying its best to toughen up my sons. I hope showing them that it’s okay for a man to talk about and show emotions will, in turn, help them be more comfortable sharing and expressing their own feelings.”+ read more
I wish I could’ve told my 8-year-old self, crying in her bed, asking God to take her too because the pain was too much, “You will get through this. You will understand a new normal. You will learn how to live and be happy. It will take a lot of work and but you will do it.”+ read more
Read on to find out what the Buddy Bench is all about and how you can install one at your school.+ read more
Read on for answers to some of your most important questions about this massive Facebook data breach.+ read more
“Does being a mother mean your life mainly consists of potty-training, play dates, naps, report cards and trips to Target?”+ read more
“I failed to see your fear. I failed to see your anxiety. I failed to see all the signs that you needed me desperately.”+ read more
Chrissy Teigen opens up about her stretch marks and every mom can relate.+ read more
For this article, I invite you to be open-minded and practice compassion as the main ingredient for what we refer to as discipline.
We can’t argue that being a parent is hard work. If we…+ read more
The 32-year-old plus-size model offered sage words of wisdom to other new moms who might be struggling.+ read more
When my preschool son told me that “boys don’t cry” three years ago, my heart sank. I remember thinking to myself, “We live in a progressive town, we talk endlessly about feelings at home, and I’m a therapist for goodness…+ read more
There are holes in my walls, rounded fist sized holes, not an easy admission for one who so owns the preference of order and perfection.
I can recall in those burgeoning first weeks of motherhood,…+ read more
A lot of people take themselves very seriously. I get it; there exists within us from the very beginning a need to feel important, that our lives are necessary and that we validate our being. Without feeling like we are…+ read more
Being a better mom is NOT trying harder.
We are generally taught that more is better. But, when you want to be a better mom, or human, actually LESS is more. Doing less, trying less,…+ read more
One sentence. That was all it took for me to know I was onboard with this guy. We had worked together a little over two weeks. We’d barely spoken. He didn’t even remember my name.
“You said your…
Photo: Molly Belle
I’ve read essays by mothers getting truthful about motherhood – how it’s difficult, challenging, and damn-why-can’t-I-look-at-my-phone while my kids are playing in the park. I’ve read essays about motherhood not being cracked up to be all it’s…
Yep, this dad got more than he was askin’ for. When Brad Kearns wife, Sarah, fell ill, he had to step up his dad duties. He posted on Facebook his struggles watching over their two sons, two-year-old Knox and six-month-old…+ read more