I attended my first RESOLVE (The National Infertility Association) support group meeting with much trepidation, and now that I’ve been attending for over a year, I have a strong tribe of equally determined women surrounding me.Read Full Story
Positive friendships are a must-have in every woman's life. Friends are there to help you through the tough times, as well as celebrate all life's triumphs — big and small. This year, we encourage you to find these five important friends.Read Full Story
Face it — we can’t all be BFFs. Most of the time, even with our differences, we can get along and play nice with the other moms on the playground or at the PTA meetings. What happens when there is one mom who is just plain bullying the others?Read Full Story
The neighborhood kids have chosen your home as the "cool" place to hang out. Great, eh? After all, friends do play a big part of our kids' happiness and well-being, and one of the best ways to instill happy home memories (as well as keep an eye-out for who your child is hanging with) is by making your house kid-friendly.Read Full Story
You had your own friends before you met your man. So did he. How about now? Have those friendships stayed intact or are they dwindling? Have these other friendships died out completely? Romantic relationships tend to take center stage, but how much is too much?Read Full Story
What happens when you have a best friend you love and adore and yet she comes with a bit of baggage? And by baggage, we don't mean cute Louis Vuitton luggage. No, in this case we're referring to the man that comes along with her. How do you move past the disgust for him and continue the friendship and love you have for her? Been there? You're not alone....Read Full Story
When your kids get into the career world, they’ll likely work with people from an array of races, beliefs and backgrounds. Feeling comfortable and talking about your differences is critical in life, according to Janet Penn, executive director of Youth LEAD, a non-profit organization that brings together high school students from different religious, ethnic and racial backgrounds to learn from each other. Read how to help your kids embrace diversity and foster new bonds.Read Full Story
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