Texting, Facebooking, Tweeting, and emailing are all popular, convenient ways of communicating. However, the convenience of these methods has us wanting them to be something they’re not: a way of communicating feelings. When we can’t …Read More →
Posts By: Noelle Pomeroy
To start off the new year, we’ve come up with a list of three facts you probably don’t know about sex and may actually help improve your sex life. And in the case of #1, …Read More →
There are nearly one million adults in the United States who identify as “transgender.” Yet many people know very little about them or what it means to be transgender. Since people often fear and criticize …Read More →
This blog entry was first published in November of 2013. Since it is National Adoption Month, we are reposting it since the topic continues to be one worth discussing.
I am the mother of a 6-year-old …Read More →
A suicide prevention organization has launched a free app that flags disturbing tweets and sends an alert to followers. The app, Samaritans Radar, is currently available for Twitter users. It sends an alert to …Read More →
One of the most frequent questions I get from clients pertains to whether they and their partner are having sex often enough. To this, I say “It depends.”
While some magazines may insist that there is …Read More →
Recently, many people were astounded when former Baltimore Raven Ray Rice’s wife, Janay Palmer, defended her husband’s physical abuse of her. Social media users asked how she could defend her abuser. For the answer, I …Read More →
When we see photos of new babies and their moms on Facebook or Instagram, the moms are usually smiling and the babies are looking adorable. What we don’t see is the other side of being …Read More →
This great article by Lea Grover originally appeared on her blog Becoming SuperMommy. A link to her article and blog can be found at the bottom of the text.
It happened yet again. As I was …Read More →
If you have difficulty sitting through your workday meetings and remaining attentive, you’re not the only one. Check out this wonderful article that suggests we’d be better off with meetings that top out at 15 …Read More →