Browsing the "marriage" Tag

D is for Divorce

August 10th, 2023 | by Sara Sadek

Divorce, assuming shared custody, does what most marriages don't: it protects at least some of a mother’s time from being simultaneously beholden to both the paid work of her profession and the unpaid work of mothering. 

The White Horse

August 2nd, 2023 | by Mutha Magazine

We lived for months with his hypomania, both of us sure something was wrong, but clueless as to what

Writing From the Center: A Conversation with Maggie Smith

July 27th, 2023 | by Jen Bryant

"I somewhat naively believed that if I applied enough thinking and feeling and time and energy towards somehow solving the problem of my marriage falling apart, that by the time I got done with the book, I would get it — I would understand what happened, and I would be able to set it down."

We Are the Cry

July 19th, 2023 | by MD

That I managed to not be aware of my own queerness in two of the most famous places to be queer in the United States is somewhat of a bitter pill to swallow

Swagger Like Us

July 5th, 2023 | by Sumitra Mattai

Our first child was two years old when my husband told me I’d “lost my swagger.”

On Reaching: A Conversation with Majka Burhardt

March 7th, 2023 | by Brianna Avenia-Tapper

"It is the ability to be okay with the change and the movement. To ask, 'What are the tools that I have before me right now and what’s the choice that I need to make right now?' That’s climbing in a nutshell, and that’s mothering in a nutshell."

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