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

That weakness of yours you detest? It’s probably your superpower. Here’s why the world needs you to use it.

Uncover that superpower you’ve disguised as a weakness. … More That weakness of yours you detest? It’s probably your superpower. Here’s why the world needs you to use it.

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

A Moment I’ll Never Get Back Made Me Stop Choosing to Miss What Matters Most in This Life

And how many of these priceless moments are we given? Not enough. I know that because these are the kind we want back. These are the minutes we long for. … More A Moment I’ll Never Get Back Made Me Stop Choosing to Miss What Matters Most in This Life

Who’s going to see the look in her eyes once she’s gone?

Just a girl and her dad and their early morning serious sides. Yesterday, we dropped her off at kindergarten and the look in her eyes clenched our hearts with its tiny fists and pleaded with us not to leave her there. Today, the look in her eyes keeps us at a distance and tells us … More Who’s going to see the look in her eyes once she’s gone?