The other day, I heard myself say, “Are you so excited?!” to a friend that’s 8 months pregnant. Why are the questions we are asking pregnant women so bad? I HATED getting that question because the answer was always no. Here are a bunch of better questions we can ask each other.
Emily Garnett is 32 years old. She recently celebrated her fifth wedding anniversary and her son’s second birthday. She was diagnosed with stage IV breast cancer that same week.
The doctor I met the first time I went to the hospital was not the doctor I wanted. But what a difference a day made: we were sent home, and when we came back, it was like we were all completely new people.
Sarah Lacy is building an online platform where women can discuss the most important issues they face in their personal and professional lives. So how did she create a supportive online space for women to connect with each other?
We know that pregnancy and childbirth is a time of profound transformation for women. But could birth be just as powerful for fathers and co-parents?
While maternity leave in the U.S. is already problematic, it is even more challenging for female business owners and entrepreneurs.
Dinner party conversations can be awkward if there isn’t a guided way to get through them, or if you don’t have experience with small talk. Here are two conversation starters that help break the ice and change the dynamic at a family dinner, group meeting, or more.
Pregnant women and new moms deal with fatigue on a grand scale. Our bodies are doing a lot of work, and we are sleep deprived like never before. So, how do you function?
Maintaining meaningful friendships as adults can be a challenge, but you can take a proactive approach: yes, it takes work and commitment, but the benefits far outweigh the initial discomfort of putting yourself out there.