Ayelet Waldman opens up this week on "The Takeaway" about parenting with bipolar disorder. I was particularly interested in this, as I am a mom with bipolar disorder -- and my daughter has bipolar disorder, too.
It is easy to blame BP. It's even easier to demand that they fix the problem. The problem, though, is not just the oil that is devastating the ocean, but our demand for it -- and our demand for an entire way of life.
Sarah Rogers, 29, a woman with bipolar disorder and paranoid schizophrenia, has been missing since December 2009. While her story is different from mine, I know the experience of being bipolar, manic and paranoid -- and my heart truly goes out to her.
I am one of the few who believe that Jake made the right choice on the finale of "The Bachelor" Monday night.
Pinching and complaining about your muffin top and crow's feet in front of your daughter can harm her more than you think.
The holidays are about creating memories, enjoying downtime with our spouses and children, and, if we're fortunate, opening our homes to extended family. When that extended family includes a mother-in-law, it can sometimes be tricky.
In New York City, there is one spot for every 15 toddlers entering preschool. Some parents lose perspective while vying for what they see as a coveted leg-up for their child's future Harvard application.