The following guest post is by Miriam Levine. As my son’s first birthday is rapidly approaching, I can’t help but rewind this past year in my mind. The first year of life is remarkable. A symbiotic worm emerges into this world and before the year is over a little man is running after me, feeding himself and communicating through sounds. That sudden transformation sets the … [Read more...] about The Complexities of Raising A Person
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We all know that humid weather is recipe for disaster when it comes to our hair. The second you step outside, the humidity can transform silky smooth hair into a state of frizz frenzy! Keratin Complex by Coppola Infusion works to protect your hair from experiencing that unwanted frizz. This anti frizz straightening treatment has a unique formula with advanced infusion … [Read more...] about Keratin Complex Infusion Therapy
The last time you were watching TV, maybe while you were up early or up late with a sick kid or a nursing baby, you probably saw a feature-length commercial or two promising you clear skin and a radiant face. If acne has been lingering on your face since puberty, you may be eager to try one of these products. Acne Complex and Proactiv are two of the most popular on the … [Read more...] about Acne Complex Vs. Proactiv
Complexity of the Human Mind & HeartDo you ever sit back and contemplate exactly what makes people react to certain situations in the manner that they do? From something that seems so clearly odd to you seems so normal to another person? If you’re anything like me you’ve tried sorting it out in your mind and no matter how hard you try… you just … [Read more...] about Complexity of the Human Mind & Heart
Whew. This is a hard one to write. I’m a Black mom, and it feels like last week was the culmination of what my ancestors and colleagues have been pursuing for over 200 years: the right to be heard. The right to be seen as equal. The right to social justice. White privilege in motherhood looks like being three times more likely to survive childbirth, not worrying your … [Read more...] about This month, I can feel the shift.