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Learning that I’m a ‘highly sensitive person’ helped explain my struggles as a parent

I make my daughter feel safe and loved, even though I’m dying to be alone

Frustration, depression, rage, and pockets of joy: A diary of one woman’s first 30 days of motherhood

We asked a first-time mom to record her thoughts, feelings and actions during the early days of her newborn’s life

Welcome to my life as a stay-at-home dad: Open doors, looks of sympathy and kind smiles

In the life I chose, a mediocre man is celebrated for work that is routine for a woman

I always assumed I’d become a parent. Here’s why I’m not so sure anymore.

I just turned 33

In New Jersey, I was guaranteed paid maternity leave. When I moved to this state, my options drastically changed.

It shouldn’t be this hard

My friends and I were doing most of the care work. This case of 30 calls and 46 texts from our husbands is just one example.

An excerpt from Eve Rodsky’s recently released book, ‘Fair Play’

‘Everyone should be treated well’: 23andMe CEO Anne Wojcicki is demanding respect for breast-feeding moms

After an incident at the private Maroon Creek Club in Aspen, Colo., Wojcicki spoke out

Hopes, fears, regrets: 9 dads share their experiences raising daughters

Here is a small slice of what the American father-daughter experience looks like in 2019

Six things to know about making breast-feeding accessible for all moms

We need to ensure family-friendly policies are in place at both federal and local levels, starting with paid leave

‘Just Google it’: Millennial parents have access to endless information. Does it help or hurt?

Apps and websites are common go-tos among this generation of parents