Written by You, for You
When you're healthy, you don't spend much time thinking about what you would do if hit by a chronic illness. At least I didn't.
You may have heard that those on Social Security Disability are “milking the system,” but did you know that being disabled is a full-time job? See what the job entails in the job description below:
I marched—something I've never done in my six decades, and I am so glad I did. I joined the approximately half a million women and men who descended on Washington, DC, last Saturday to stand up for human rights and make their voices heard.
Throughout the wonderful day filled with powerful energy and emotions and kindness, I heard the question asked, "Why are you here?"
There is now more support and information out there for new moms who want to breastfeed—as there should be. But what happens when it's time to wean or end your breastfeeding journey?
As much as breastfeeding isn't an automatic process, weaning also isn't automatic for most moms. In rare cases, a baby will stop nursing all on her own, but more often, it's a process.