I’ve been interested in politics since I was small enough to fit on my grandpa’s lap. In my family, we were big Reagan fans, and I can remember watching his speeches and press conferences with a sense of adoration for the man who reminded me of my beloved Grandpa. I used to have tea parties … Continue reading
The whole “Stay-at-Home Mom” vs. “Working Mom” debate is back in the forefront of the media. It’s a stupid non-issue, but thanks to an election cycle full of such nonsense intended to distract us from “real” issues (for example–poverty, the economy, Afghanistan), it’s the “at this moment” issue in the race. Like Bruno Gianelli so … Continue reading
What images do you conjure up when someone says they’re depressed? When I was first formally diagnosed with it, I fit the stereotype. It was the height of the barren womb years, when I easily got pregnant and then just as easily miscarried every one. I was a crying, hormonal mess. I couldn’t focus on … Continue reading
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