An inequitable division of labor within the home is a leading cause of divorce—it’s time to even the scales

I recently read that an inequitable division of labor within the home is the third leading cause of divorce in our country. Oh, girl. Oh, guy. This does not surprise me. Nor does the fact that this one sentence I wrote seems to have resonated with more of you than anything else I’ve written to … More An inequitable division of labor within the home is a leading cause of divorce—it’s time to even the scales

I Could Not Save Myself, But I Can Tell My Hard Truths Now In Hopes of Saving Her

At six-years-old, if I possibly could have, I would have told myself, “Tell someone!” … More I Could Not Save Myself, But I Can Tell My Hard Truths Now In Hopes of Saving Her

An Open Letter To The Mom Who Can’t Throw A Ball

I watched from a distance as you stood a few yards away from your young son. Holding a football in your hands, you called out to him, “I’ll try.” In that moment, I felt an instant connection to you, so I kept watching and listening. … More An Open Letter To The Mom Who Can’t Throw A Ball

To My Teens: This Is What Parenting Looks Like

Listen, you two, I know you detest being parented and I am so very utterly sorry, not sorry about that… click here to read the rest of my article over at Perfection Pending. SaveSave SaveSave

Those Eyebrows, Though

Nostalgic is what I’m feeling this Mother’s Day eve. My son was a terrible liar when he was little. His eyebrows gave him away every time.