My family is on the therapy train right now, including couple therapy for me and my husband. He’s a really nice guy — the couple therapist. He has us reading a lot and doing plenty of homework and exercises. For instance, we learned to listen to each other (or should I say re-learned), handing a [...]
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When my kid has issues, I am the first one to admit it: It’s probably my fault. Whether it’s due to genetics (we’ve got anxiety and depression on both family trees) or parenting skills, it’s still my fault or my husband’s. And now a story in The Atlantic Monthly confirms it. The story — How [...]
As regular readers might remember Big Girl learned to ride her bike a few weeks ago. As of this past weekend she was doing really well, but still needed to master some of the more difficult aspects of the task: turns, getting started on her own, weaving. So on Saturday I set out to teach [...]
I am obsessed with all things related to pregnancy. I always have been. I read trashy-but-fun celebrity baby bump gossip. I quiz my friends about their impending childbirth. I get misty-eyed when I hear about a new baby or a new pregnancy. I’ve even written about the topic for magazines such as Parents, Shape, and [...]