Should courts mandate equally shared custody time? The Father's Rights Movement thinks they should. The question is, "What's their motive?"
I have a lot of things to be thankful for this season. Health. Independence. A terrific daughter. And the world's most outstanding dog.
Yep, that's me with the bags under my eyes. Okay, you also have to picture older. Glasses. Driving at top speed through the city.
Stay-at-home parents are a great thing for children and the community at large. Why don't they get the respect they deserve?
What is it about blogging that I find so hard? Whatever it is, gentle readers, I am still trying to find my groove here.
There are almost seven years left until I move to Maine. I intend to make every moment 'til then count.
I just can't summon up the energy to talk about self care this weekend. And so, it's time for something completely different.
Well behaved women may not make history. They may not even behave that well. But in the world of the lunchroom, these chicks rule.
The results are in. Eating mindlessly is a habit that's going to take more than a blog post resolution to break.
I'm not a superheroine. But I sure the hell am busy. Here's the low down on what happens in an average day of this working mom.
Each Saturday I'll be hammering away at some self care objectives that have fallen by the wayside. Today's topic: my 25 pound weight gain.
I have a hard time seeing myself as a nurturer. To the other members of my family, though, it's simply who I am.
I don't have the time or inclination to worry about my appearance. I wish there were a uniform I could slap on every morning and be good to go.
My therapist asked me, "How did you come to believe that your ex was so reliable?" The question made me ashamed. I thought she was blaming me.