Every family has its own rituals from birthdays to the first day of school. But what can parents do when they decide to separate or get divorced? Check out this post I wrote for ‘On Parenting,’ a Washington Post blog where I highlight some advice from separated and divorced parents operating their own spin on celebrating happily with family.
Here is a collection of articles I have written.
It’s important that expectant and new moms and their loved ones have all the facts when addressing their mental health and well- being. The following post consists of interviews with women and their doctors regarding taking medication during pregnancy.
“Think about raising a kid who will be a happy 35-year-old: an adult who will be content with what they do, thrilled about their contribution, be hardworking, have social/emotional intelligence, and a collaborative spirit.” Ken Ginsburg , author of Letting Go of Love and Confidence. Check out my interview with him here in the Washington Post blog, On Parenting.
Many people I know compare finding mom friends to the dating game. Moms are looking for company, but they are also yearning to meet a like-minded person who is experiencing the same things. Why is it that this search sometimes feels more like a quest, and what can we do about it? This is a post I wrote for the Washington Post blog, On Parenting.