Doing (almost) everything wrong: instant motherhood.

William Shakespeare once wrote: Substitute greatness with "motherhood" and I fall into that third category. I wasn't born a mom (because...that would be weird) and I didn't achieve motherhood. Instead, I had motherhood thrust upon me. Not with an infant (or two) that I could bond with, nurture, and mold, my kids are fully grown little … Continue reading Doing (almost) everything wrong: instant motherhood.

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My “perfect relationship” is ruining my life.

I am not a morning person. Seriously. I'm under the impression that morning people are a bizarre race of quasi-human and shouldn't be trusted. I have a certain lifestyle to which I have become accustomed and it involves frantic mornings of oversleeping, hasty work preparations and speedy drives to school, while putting on mascara with … Continue reading My “perfect relationship” is ruining my life.

Stand by Your Man | How to help when there’s nothing you can do

“Sweetheart, I’m exhausted.” His voice on the phone broke my heart a little. God, how do I make this better? I feel so helpless. When J is in pain, I’m in pain. It’s as simple as that. Whether it’s physical pain, like his hurt shoulder from a weekend of snow shoveling, or the weight of … Continue reading Stand by Your Man | How to help when there’s nothing you can do

It’s not about the nail | Understanding women

Stop me if you've heard this one: Woman complains to man. Man tries to offer solutions to fix woman's problem. Woman gets mad at man because she just wanted him to listen. Many gets confused and frustrated because woman is acting crazy. Somebody (Jason Headley) made a short movie about it. https://youtu.be/-4EDhdAHrOg</embed&gt; The scary part? … Continue reading It’s not about the nail | Understanding women