Help & Guest Services
Your California Privacy Rights
© Disney. All Rights Reserved.
Content provided on this site is for entertainment or informational purposes only and should not be construed as medical or health, safety, legal or financial advice.
Click here for additional information.
I Said “I Do” When I Didn’t
How I ended up in a marriage I knew was bound for divorce.
What I Wish I Could Tell Patton Oswalt — as a Grieving Wife Who’s Been There
Keep moving, friend. Not because Michelle would've wanted you to, but because the burden gets lighter on the other side of the heavy.
What It REALLY Feels Like to Be Divorced with Kids
How can you really comprehend the heartache of watching your children’s lives and everything they own be divvied up like a dinner bill?
For Us, First Came Baby, Then Came Marriage — and I’m Glad It Happened in That Order
We’re those "backwards" people who checked off life’s boxes in the order that felt best for us versus the order people told us to do it in.
Here’s What I’m Really Looking for In a Mom Friend
Maybe we could all stand to turn off our photo filters a little more often and let the world view us just as we are.
What Happened When I Finally Forgave My Ex-Husband
After 13 years apart, our conversation brought clarity I never even knew I needed.
I Am Both Terrified and Hopeful That My Kids Will Marry Their High School Sweethearts
I can't control the future or who my children will choose to love, but I'm excited to see how it all pans out.
I’m Not Buying the House — We Are.
My wife and I accomplished a lot by supporting each other — more than either of us ever could have alone. And I will never forget that.
An Open Letter to My Husband
Thank you for supporting me in being the rock I needed you to be, when I wasn’t always so strong.
How “Finding Dory” Helped Me Explain My Dad’s Dementia to My Kids — and Myself
In many ways, dementia is like swimming over the edge of Dory’s reef. One side is safe and familiar. The other is deep, dark, and unknown.
Why Is It Always My Job to Plan Date Night?
I don't even care what we do, as long as I'm not the one planning it.
What We Can Learn About Tolerance from the Only White Kid on This High School Step Team
My nephew is just 14 years old; and yet he's already learned so much more about racial tolerance than many of us learn in a lifetime.
behavior and discipline
Some of My Best Friends Are Women I’ve Never Met Before
I know, it sounds weird. But with my online friends, I feel heard and understood. No matter what I share, I am never judged.
Sex Starts in the Morning
It starts by you choosing to serve your partner at the beginning of every day.
To All the New Dads Wondering When You’re Going to Have Sex Again
The path back to your sex life is easier than you think.
Dear Husband, This Is Why That Wrapper Was on the Floor When You Got Home
You know, because you asked.
Today I Remembered Why I Married You
I know I sometimes take your love for granted, but not today. Today, you were there when I needed you most. Today, you saved me.
You Loved Me Anyway
You are the father of my daughter, the keeper of my heart, and my rock. But sometimes my disease clouds my judgment, and my mind.
I’m a Single Mom and I Just Tried “Smell Dating”
At first, my return to the single world at 40 was like wandering into an alien landscape — in which I felt entirely alien myself.
17 Lessons I’ve Learned from 17 Years of Marriage
11. Do not cling to the "love" you had for one another when you first met.
Blogger Says Women Should Do Housework “Cheerfully” to Make Husbands’ Lives “Easy”
Oh. No. She. Didn’t.
My Husband and I Fight in Front of Our Kids, and They’re Better Off for It
I want my kids to grow up knowing that it's healthy to have arguments, as opposed to keeping everything pent up inside.
Celebrating Father’s Day Without My Father
I suppose I could feel sorry for myself on Father’s Day. But instead, I’m going to celebrate the crap out of it.
Study Says Relationships Are More Important to Men — and I Totally Believe It
If there's anything my divorce has taught me, it's that I don't need a man to be happy.
Why Marrying the “Wrong” Person Is Exactly What You Want
The fact is, no marriage is perfect. No family is perfect. All of it is a sloppy mess of challenges and changes, and that’s okay.