Criticism can be divided into different levels. Sometimes it is only a fleeting and innocuous comment. In other cases, criticism affects things that you truly love. And it is very difficult to cope with such statements. So, you should learn how to take criticism in stride. The development of “immunity” to critical comments takes some… Continue reading 6 Helpful Tips on How to Accept Criticism
In most cases, the first year of marriage is the most difficult. Even if a couple has been dating over the years and knows all the strengths and weaknesses of each other, it does not guarantee the absence of serious problems after the wedding planning checklist. What is the cause? Now you have officially tied… Continue reading 5 Tips on How to Overcome Difficulties in the First Year of Marriage
First-time moms usually do not know they are pregnant until after major symptoms appear or only after they use a pregnancy test kit. So, here are a few pointers on how to know if a woman is pregnant: Read books on topics that cause you to think, such as other religions, different cultures, philosophy, mystery… Continue reading MOTHERHOOD: A TIME OF SACRIFICE
In my recent Sunday Review piece, I addressed the question of whether motherhood is a sacrifice or a privilege, whether it is selfless or selfish. I made the argument that we would go a long way to empowering women and mothers by reframing the way we think and talk about mothers by refusing the badge of… Continue reading Is Motherhood a Sacrifice or a Privilege?