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When I first heard about Ali Wise -- the former P.R. director for fashion house Dolce & Gabbana who has been charged with hacking into the voicemails of women who dated her ex-boyfriends -- I felt deeply for her mother.
When two moms bonded together at a writing conference last year, they had no idea how significant their friendship would become.
For the record -- I did not play sports as a kid, but now that I have a kid who loves soccer, I'm learning. Yes, I know what a "forward" and a "sweeper" are. But what I still don't get is this: the dads who scream at their kids from the sidelines.
As someone who was raised in an interfaith family, I'm curious how other couples from different cultures handle the holidays.
We know that many of you are divorced -- and, unfortunately, some of you deal regularly with "no-show parents."
You may have heard by now that Gourmet magazine is shutting its doors. Are you in mourning like the rest of us?
What do you tell your kids if their father has decided to move on?
"I feel like I'm a single mom, although I'm married," a mother recently e-mailed us. Can you relate to this dilemma?