Behind the Stigma of Single Mothers

By Dayton Uttinger  As much as we’d like to think that we’re in a progressive, egalitarian culture, some 1950’s stigmas never die, no matter what we’re beating the horse with.  While we can ascribe some of that to the fact that a major portion of the population grew up with…

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Mixing Business With Pleasure

I am reaaally excited to show you this today. Most of my readers know I am the Brand Ambassador for LE CHÂTEAU, so when we decided to showcase how this brand actually takes me from dusk till dawn, from 9 to 5 and beyond, I was game! Plus today is #FashionFriday, so…

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Financial Abuse – The Invisible Weapon

By Jill Cochones I understand wanting to stay at home with your children when they’re young, having wished for it myself. Like most new moms, when my three months of maternity leave was over (all of it unpaid by the way!) and I had to go back to the office, I…

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Erica Diamond Sits Down with Lauren Wise for SWAP CLUB

Girls, it's the trifecta for Valentine's Day week. Sex again. Good things aways come in three's, don't they? Or Threesomes? To recap, first we kicked the week off with how to keep your relationship hot and steamy on Valentine's Day. Then we talked Fifty Shades Darker on Valentine's Day. And today, we are…

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Wordless Wednesday: Fifty Shades of Sleep

So, this is my romantic honey last night during Fifty Shades of Grey's second film in the trilogy, Fifty Shades Darker. He said, "They make you wait three years in between the first and second movie so you forget how bad it is!" Oh c'mon. For the record, I snapped…

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How To Get Your Marriage Sizzling For Valentine’s Day And Beyond!

Happy almost Valentine's Day! I like how relationship expert Colleen Long uses the "chocolate/broccoli" analogy. Our long term, loving, secure relationships are the "broccoli." They are the things that, if we stay committed to, consistently over time grow us up. They make us healthier, more evolved, more balanced, well-rounded individuals. However, chocolate comes along…

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Aging, Body Shaming and What That Means for Us All

Age is an issue of mind over matter. If you don't mind, it doesn't matter. -- Mark Twain If there's one thing that no one in this world is exempt from, no matter how rich, how poor, how thin, how nice, how evil, how generous, WHATEVER... it's AGING. Yes, we…

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Tough Conversations

By Emma Walker When I was a freshman in high school, my basketball team was small.  In fact, it was so small that we didn’t have a freshmen or JV team.  My coach was tough.  He had high expectations and conducted physically and mentally demanding practices.  I suited varsity, but…

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Embracing The Ride

By Karen Berg From big dreams, great rewards may come, but there is none greater than the journey itself. For just as there is no reward without a journey, there is no journey without reward. There was once a man for whom every day was the same. He awakened very…

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Celebrating 4 Years With Global TV!

It was four years ago, that I sat nervously in the green room of Global Television. I was starting my new weekly job as the Parenting and Lifestyle Correspondent on The Morning News. The new show kicked off, and my first segment aired live January 29th, 2013, at 8:45am. I was nervous, somewhat green, and didn't know…

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