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Women launch Campaign against sexual harassment

More than 300 actresses, writers and directors have launched a project to help fight sexual harassment in the film industry and other workplaces. The initiative, which is called Time’s Up, was announced via a full-page advert printed in the New York Times. The Hollywood project is described as a “unified call for change from women in entertainment for women everywhere”. It comes in the wake of sexual abuse allegations by

Money and Marriage: How to Work Together

Turn your vow of ‘for richer, for poorer’ into ‘for financial freedom and fun’ Sometimes, people remark how great it must be to get to work with my husband on a daily basis. Others ask how on earth we can stand working together and still enjoy our marriage decades later. Simple: Working together allows us to play together. You’ve all heard the statistics: Finances are the leading cause of stress in

Reasons Why Your Wife Is Super Stressed All The Time

You met, you dated, you got married and now you live together as husband and wife. But somewhere along the way, things changed. Why is she so stressed all the time? Rather than trying to make things better with band-aid solutions, you can get to the heart of things—and, hopefully, alleviate her stress—by identifying the root causes of her worries. You don’t talk. Sure, you communicate the bare necessities to

6 women share on how having kids changed their sex life

After the kids come, sex life sure changes…6 moms tell you how its like now. More Fun “Quickies wherever we can get them are much more fun (and frankly better) than being able to have sex pretty much wherever and whenever, before kids especially.” No More Worry “I feel like I spent years worrying about getting pregnant on accident and then years trying to get pregnant. Now our family is

6 Things No One Tells You About Having Little Boys

Before I had kids, I firmly believed there was no difference between little boys and little girls. (I’ll pause here so all of you mamas can have a good laugh.) Right. So, then I had a baby boy and, 21 months later, I had another one. And, other than the penchant for baby boys to let loose a fountain of pee at almost every diaper change, I didn’t see much

8 Lies of a Mother

1)This story begins when I was a child: I was born poor. Often we hadn’t enough to eat. Whenever we had some food, Mother often gave me her portion of rice. While she was transferring her rice into my bowl, she would say ..   “Eat this rice, son! I’m not hungry.” 2)As I grew, Mother gave up her spare time to fish in a river near our house; she

Importance of Self-worth

The dictionary defines self-worth as “the sense of one’s own value or worth as a person.” However, there are many ways for a person to value themselves and assess their worth as a human being, and some of these are more psychologically beneficial than others. Although, self-worth is often used as a synonym for “self-esteem,” Dr. Lisa Firestone believes that self-worth should be less about measuring yourself based on external actions and more about

7 Signs your Marriage needs professional help

When does your marriage need professional help? There’s no question — marriage can be challenging. Maybe marriage counseling should be something you register for when you tie the knot. Much like a new set of dishes that gets scratched from constant use, relationships can also show wear and tear over the years. So how do you know if your marriage has hit a rough patch or it’s something more serious…

When your husband seems distant

I recently sat down with a young married couple. They’re in a stressful season of life with work demands, the stresses of raising a young child, stretching every dollar to make ends meet and trying to make time for one another. On top of those everyday stresses, a tragic death in the husband’s family has cast a shadow of grief over their home that has replaced their previous laugher and