Making time for yourself when you’re a mom can be really difficult. Whether you have a newborn, toddler, or school-aged child, the fact is that kids engage their parents a significant amount of the day. When Aram was a few months old, I discovered the importance of taking time for myself. Even if it was a relatively short amount of time, I needed it. I think all mothers do.
I know, not that crazy. … Keep Reading!!!
In the US, this holiday season has been overshadowed by something so horrific that it cannot be put into words.
I would like to list a few resources. It is important to remember everyone grieves differently, and it is problematic to put expectations on our children or other members of our family.
For a resource for understanding child grief at various stages please read Grief and Bereavement in Children, by Robin Fiorelli.
Below are … Keep Reading!!!
Here is the last in my Katherine Dettwyler series. Part of a lecture from one of her Anthropology classes, which I’ve done my best to convert into a post.
(shared with permission)
The Anthropological: Breastfeeding & Weaning
Humans are most closely related to Great Apes. (Organgutans, Gorillas, Chimpanzees)
Great Ape Nature: Social, reliance on learned behavior, and able to make and use tools.
Human Nature: Humans nature differs from great … Keep Reading!!!
I know it i has been awhile since I posted on here. I wanted to address my background story with the TIME cover, but not dwell on it.
I believe that article says all I needed to say, so … Keep Reading!!!
We’ve all heard stories about an arrogant, self-centered man breaking a woman’s heart. He seems perfect in the beginning but over time things get complicated, his schedule becomes vague and his whereabouts mysterious, he becomes withdrawn, an emotional roller coaster. In conversation this type of male has earned the whimsical appellation “asshole…”
Even though most women say they hate them, the truth is we can’t seem to get enough of them. No woman wants to admit that she prefers the … Keep Reading!!!
The effect of the COVID-19 crisis on education in the US has been nothing short of radical. Colleges get ready to reopen for the fall semester with many unprecedented changes. A sizable percentage of students will not attend any in-person classes. These scholars are choosing to stay home and take classes online. Here’s a look at the changes that are sweeping through higher education.
Colleges vary in their dates and plans for reopening for the fall … Keep Reading!!!