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I’m going to let you in on a secret:  Often, the happier I am, the more discontent and outright bored I become.  And I’m not alone.  According to a Stanford research project, it is because happiness and finding meaning in life don’t … Continue reading

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In a recent article in The Atlantic, Anne-Marie Slaughter describes her own experience of stepping down from a high-level State Department position to teach at Princeton and spend more time with her children. In the process, she came to an … Continue reading

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Despite all advice that says you should avoid topics like children and finances and “have fun with each other,” when you’re out with your husband, you spend most of the time talking about: Which elementary/middle/high school would provide the best … Continue reading

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I’ve tried to be a good mother for the last 19 years. Of course, I, like all reflective adults responsible for parenting people aged 13-20, question myself.  In my opinion, teenagers are harder work than “work.” But I’m truly doing … Continue reading

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