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I’ve Been Thinking: We Have An Indifference Problem
The other day when Pope Francis met with President Obama they talked about lots of things. But the line that stood out to me, is the Pope’s statement that one of the greatest dangers we face is that of indifference.  → Read More
Talking About Men: The Top 10 Issues Affecting Men in 2014
Men’s roles are changing almost faster than we can keep up with the change. Here are ten reasons that make the conversation about men so incredibly important.  → Read More
Motherhood Under the Microscope: What the Latest Research Reveals
The study of motherhood is critical social science with meaning for women and public policy makers. Both will find the latest Pew Research is an illuminating essay about who we are and what we are doing.  → Read More
#WorldsToughestJob Ad: Could You Handle These Job Requirements?
Several candidates interviewed via webcam for a potential job and were shocked when they heard about the responsibilities and requirements. One applicant even asked: “Is that legal?”  → Read More
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Single Sales: Tips for Women When Buying a Home
First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes Jane in a single-family home with a white picket fence and a baby carriage. What if Jane was a content, single, and financially independent woman who decided to alter tradition by jumping straight to the little house with the white picket fence? When buying as a single female, there is a lot to consider. We’ve compiled a list of sometimes-overlooked tips to help with the daunting process.  → Read More
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Men We Love: “Reasons My Kid is Crying” Author Greg Pembroke Talks Parenting, Humor and Masculinity
In 2013, Greg Pembroke’s “Reason’s My Son is Crying” Tumblr blog went viral, capturing “all the many many completely illogical reasons that children cry.  → Read More
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5 Simple Ways to Nurture Compassion in Boys
I want my boys to be compassionate towards those around them – those in their family, those in their class or in their work place, and also those in the community that they do not know personally. Here are some simple ways I am working to develop compassion in my young sons on an everyday basis.  → Read More
Fighting Child Abuse with Love, Not Fear
It’s not rocket science but it is complex and it is emotional, and that’s where we get stuck. We hear the stories, are confused by the statistics, and tune out and turn away, especially if unresolved abuse is part of our history. We are all touched by the dynamic of child abuse and the fix requires our individual and collective energies.  → Read More
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The Shriver Report on NBC's Meet the Press
Jan. 12th, 2014 Maria Shriver joins David Gregory to discuss the findings in A Woman' Nation Pushes Back from the Brink.
Do Your Favorite Movies Pass this Test?
We hear often that women are not fairly represented in movies and in the film industry – but what criteria should be used to judge where a movie stands? Check out this quick and easy test and see how your favorite movies rate.  → Read More
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