7 in 10 Americans Really Think Their Mom Is Cool, Survey Finds
Nearly seven in 10 respondents (68%) report that they learned how to juggle responsibilities from watching their moms "do it all" over the years.
The Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Has Sparked a Conversation About Birth Control and Blood Clots
In light of recent news about the J&J vaccine, people have been pointing out the rate of blood clots among people who take birth control. But can the two really be compared?
7 Relationship Pink Flags That May Be Good to Talk About in Couples Therapy if You're a Parent
While these issues might not be a recipe for a split, they might be worth bringing up in order to preempt bigger issues, according to experts.
I'm a Mom and an OB-GYN: Here Are 3 Things I Focus On for Optimal Sexual Health
The vagina can bring up a lot of questions. Here's what everyone needs to know about maintaining good sexual health.
3 Things to Know Before Getting Serious With a Partner When You Have Kids
There is often more to think about when dating as a parent. As a divorce coach, this is the advice I give my clients who are with a new partner or looking for one.
Is It OK to Argue in Front Of Your Kids?
With more stress during the pandemic, it's normal for couples to have a few more arguments than usual. But does it harm your children when they witness a dispute? Experts say it's not that you're arguing that matters, it's how.