It's easy to feel less-than during the holidays, which could also be called the "Season of Pressure to Have the Perfect Family." All the music in the stores is romantic; the commercials on TV are filled with happy, intact families snuggling by the fire.
Thanks to the Internet, celebrities are forced to live transparent lives. Christina Milian shares most facets of her world on the E! hit reality sho...
Of the four doctors who worked on me, not one had mental health screenings in place for their patients, except for asking if I had a history of depression, which I said I did, and that was that. None of the doctors suggested I consult a psychologist for what was clearly a psychological issue.
In spite of the challenges the children at Hillsides have experienced, they are not without hopes and dreams of happiness. Given the opportunity, they express fantasies that come from the recesses of their imagination, rooted not just in their traumas but driven by their aspirations.
All a state is doing when it imposes restrictions is shrinking its pool of prospective parents and, as a result, decreasing the odds that children in its custody will ever live in permanent, loving and successful families.
She epitomized what it was like to navigate preteen and teenage life for those of us who did not grow into size 0 bodies.
5 Reasons Why Making Fun of Mental Illness at Halloween Isn't Funny Halloween is one of my favorite holidays. It's a magic, liminal space between ...
We are the makers of our future, we have the power to decide what we want to do. Now if we could just stop piling the pressure on ourselves and be kinder to ourselves in acknowledging our successes, then perhaps we could enjoy the freedom our predecessors fought so hard for.
Like millions of people, Eric Stonestreet knows firsthand the devastating impact of cancer. His mother is a two-time cancer survivor. He lost both of ...
I can recognize how this un-tapped heritage can add richness to the life I already have. I can make this a fun and fulfilling experiment in my own personal cultural education, and encourage my children, and their children, to live expansive lives that explore possibilities.
Between recording dialogue for "Sofia the First: The Secret Library" and getting ready to take her College Boards in real life, Ariel Winter has really been hitting the books lately.
Like most children from divorced households I had a complicated relationship with my stepmother, Lynne. It took years for us to adapt to one another. ...
Mike Ragogna: Rectify currently has a 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, and you have garnered great reviews of your work on that show, tell us how you landed that gig and what is the most satisfying part of scoring it?
Purists will say I shouldn't be texting so close to the Sabbath. Nor encouraging my sons to text on that holiday too. But once again, I find myself drawing something meaningful, significant and of lasting value from my Judaism and using it to bring solace, joy and rich meaning to my life.
To somehow yoke the term parenting with the concept of an obstacle course of terrors seems somewhat frightening, and honestly an unlikely partnership of sorts. And yet, ironically, this description actually comes close to describing the profound mystery of parenting Americans are faced almost every day.
Everyone wants to influence and persuade. Worthy causes want to attract donors and volunteers. Marketers want you to buy their products. Teachers must persuade students to put their time and attention into the subject.