New Poll Shows Opposite Sex Interpersonal Skills Haven’t Developed Past the Middle School Dance Level

When I read the findings of a poll published in this week’s New York Times I felt like perhaps the Morning Consult, the firm that had conducted the poll, had inadvertently surveyed the citizens of Saudi Arabia rather than the good ‘ole US of A. The poll showed without a doubt that adults do not […] Read more…

Working Mommy Rehab

As a working mother I never really unplug.  Like ever.  On work trips I’m still figuring out who is picking up the boys from practice.  On “vacations” I schlep along my laptop so that I don’t get too far behind on emails (I tell myself it’s better to take an hour a day of vacation […] Read more…

The Importance of Recognizing and Owning Your Power

Death-defying roller coasters, swimming with sharks, skydiving, running with the bulls of Pamplona:  child’s play.  All of them.  When compared with a woman figuring out—maybe for the first time in her life—how powerful she really is nothing even comes close to that thrill.  I know because I’ve seen it happen. As women, being a good […] Read more…

Shutting Down That Nasty Inner Voice

I got the best call and the worst call from a friend of mine last week.  She and I have been friends since high school which means we’ve seen each other at most of our highest and lowest points—from birth of our first child to passing out cold after drinking one too many Bacardi Breezers.  […] Read more…

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