More fit people look at me when we're at the park with our kids and their glances to me feel like 1000 pounds of judgment.
I’m grateful for my scars. Each blemish has a story. Without my stories – and my scars – who would I be?
In light of the countless high-profile assault charges recently meted I challenge us, individually, collectively, indivisibly, to say no. To scream no.
Here's a list of things to expect if you, too, find yourself in the position of being prescribed a plagiocephaly helmet for your bundle of joy.
Tattoos and piercings are not new by any means, but studies show that more kids are getting them even at younger ages than in the past.
I made a conscious decision early on to be open and honest with my kids and to incorporate sexuality and sexual education naturally into their lives.
What does it matter that my nightly glass of wine was turning into two or three, or two light beers were becoming five? It matters quite a bit, actually.
MoMA's new exhibit, “Items: Is Fashion Modern?" got me thinking. What story does the contents of my thirty year old closet tell?
I no longer trusted that my feet would land in the right place, and I stopped all of my leaping and swinging and flipping and turning.
Many elderly people in the American community feel neglected as a result of their age. Making a change starts with the way we treat our grandparents.