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Parenting, Caregiving & Family Relationships

For women facing parenting and caregiving decisions, situations can run the gamut of circumstances and emotional states. There's joy in being able to stay at home, stress if you're part of the sandwich generation, optimism at the prospect of adoption, pressure to do right by your blended family, bittersweet feelings in caring for a parent or spouse, and grief over the death of a child.
  1. Raising a Family (5)
  2. Women as Caregivers (3)
  3. Mom Daughter Relationships (5)
  4. Adoption (3)
  5. Special Needs Child (4)
  6. Death of a Child (3)
  7. Mother Son Relationships (10)
  8. Single Mothers (2)
  9. LGBT Parenting (3)
  10. Controversial Mothers (4)
  11. Breastfeeding Issues (2)
  12. Holiday Stress (4)
  13. The Influence of Mothers (4)
  14. Celebrating Mom (2)

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When Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced a voluntary initiative among New York City hospitals to encourage breastfeeding and place infant formula under lock and key, predictably controversy erupted. But is a woman's right to choose what to do with her breast related to her right to choose what to do with her uterus and vagina? And shouldn't we be...

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