Illinois Army National Guard Sgt. 1st Class Sarah J. Campbell with her children in Rochester, Ill., May 6, 2013. U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Jesse Houk...
The need for home care workers is dramatically increasing with each passing year. Yet, low wages, long hours and no benefits will continue to drive more workers out of these important jobs. The tragic result will be more Americans with disabilities denied the services they need.
This Mother's Day, let us remember mothers and women who understood the patriotic nature of standing up for wholesome food, of standing up for the health of young children who would become our future.
My daughter was three when my son was born and for me, the early years of mothering felt like a kind of suspended animation: I could see the cosmos racing away from me outside my spaceship porthole.
I reached out to several of the female members of the caucus, on the occasion of Mother's Day, to get their feedback on the importance of amplifying the dangers of climate change, and the role of mothers, grandmothers, and aunts in being vigilant about protecting the planet.
This Mother's Day, as millions of Americans celebrate their moms with home-cooked meals, gifts and flowers, I want to take a moment to tell the story ...
If Mom doesn't feel appreciated, the resentment can erode the foundation of the entire marriage. Let's face it, Mom wants acknowledgement on Mother's Day not only from the kids but from the father of her children.
Strong women breed strong daughters. Sooner or later the younger woman has to define her own territory and rebel. I did it to my own mother by scampering across the globe to marry an Englishman at the age of 18, giving birth to our first child a year later.
Mother's Day is just around the corner, and it got me thinking... moms are just another thing that are totally wasted on the young.
When the digital image opened on my computer screen, I saw a face I hadn't seen for half my life -- my mother's.
With Mother's Day around the corner, I've been thinking a lot about the many awesome life-lessons that our moms have shared with us. Taking a closer look, I found that many of these lessons could be translated into financial messages as well.
I loved my mother and thought I, too, would be a mother. But instead, I am closed off, with no woman in the past to look back to and no daughter in the future to look towards.
This omelet is incredibly festive and is perfect for brunch.
Life can be terribly unfair. But there are so many people out there, dozens of whom I heard from today, who are doing something to make the world a better place -- for children, for mothers, and by extension, for all of us.
Malnutrition remains one of the world's most pervasive problems, especially for women and children. While it is our mothers from whom we receive our first nourishment, there are many who are unable to provide this adequately due to their own poor nutrition.
What had started out as local support transformed into a worldwide movement that is averaging more than three donor matches a month to help save the lives of other mothers, fathers, sons and daughters battling blood cancer.