Archive for 'Moms'
Today’s moms may not have a lot of time to call their own, but finding the time to spend with friends is vital. Moms Need Their Friends Let’s face it, there’s a lot that falls on [...]
A newly released study on autism in children suggests that a mother’s health and age may play a role in autism. The study’s lead author, Joachim Hallmayer of Stanford University looked at 192 identical and fraternal [...]
It’s not uncommon that when you bring home a new baby, people will offer all sorts of help. However it’s less common for most to actually follow through on those offers. If you do have someone [...]
With profound empathy and welcome humor, Stephanie Pierson, a writer whose own daughter, now a sophomore at Columbia University is successfully recovering from an eating disorder and Phyllis Cohen, CSW, a New York psychotherapist who has [...]
Whether you’re the mother of toddlers or teens, work inside the home or out— if you’re exhausted from trying to be perfect, this book can help you. Mothers Need Time-Outs, Too uses hundreds of real-life stories [...]
Women who left their careers to raise children–whether just for the toddler years or until the nest is empty–face employment, economic and emotional challenges when returning to work. How to explain that big black hole on [...]
A Yummy Mummy strides through maternity with style, passion, savvy, a healthy sense of self, and killer cleavage. She soars above the domestic rut, craves creative revelation, and turns motherhood into an adventure – an art [...]