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Becoming a parent is tough. It will change every aspect of your life, and even the most prepared parent-to-be can feel totally ill-prepared once the baby is born.
Menopause and perimenopause can be really irritating times for a lot of women. Their hormones go through complete chaos and everything that was once normal is no more.
Domestic and relationship violence is a huge problem worldwide.
If you have depression or another mental health condition, you might worry at some point that you’ll never be able to have children.
I have to say that until recently, even as a parent, I didn't understand why mothers and fathers celebrated back-to-school day so much.
I had a call not long ago from a friend who’s been a widow for several years. “I’ve found someone!” she told me, with just the slightest quiver in her voice.
An earlier version of this column first appeared on the Huffington Post.
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Many new mothers experience the "baby blues" after childbirth, which commonly include mood swings and crying spells that quickly fade.
Going back to school is not always exciting like TV commercials might suggest.
While I have several friends around the country with kids back in class already, a lot of us are in the same position at the moment -- enjoying the last few weeks of summer vacation ...
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