Author: Judith Kottick


Surviving Mother's and Father's Day

Mother's and Father's Day may be holidays invented by the Hallmark Card Company, but it doesn't mean this commemoration of parenthood doesn't still have meaning. For many of us, the attitudes we hold toward any holiday stem from childhood memories of the rituals and sentiments about the day that our parents have created or passed down from their own families....

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When Losing Weight is More Than a New Year’s Resolution

As predictable as the sun rising and setting, the minute the calendar flips to a new year, we can count on the barrage of ads and information for weight loss programs. According to the Statistic Brain Research Institute, the number one New Year’s resolution is losing weight. Unfortunately, as reported in Forbes on January 1, 2013, “University of Scranton research suggests tha...

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A New Twist on the Custody Battle: Frozen Embryos

Valentine's Day is an occasion to commemorate love and commitment to one's partner. For couples raising children it is an opportunity to focus on each other, often a scheduling challenge in the heavy child-rearing years. However, when separation, divorce and/or custody battles are on the table, Valentine's Day can be a reminder of the loss of love and the...

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