No, No, No... What Else is a Parent to Say? -- By Michele R. Acosta
A humorous look at an age old parental lament. The word no is probably the most overused word in the English language.
College Women Twice As Likely To Be Stalked -- By Megan Costello, A woman hears footsteps behind her as she walks back to her dorm at night... The same fellow seems to turn up in several of her classes... Should she be worried?
Guidelines For Choosing A Self-Defense Course
Diets Don't Work... -- By Chad Tackett, We Don't Fail Diets; They Fail Us! Dieting can help us lose weight (fat, muscle, and water) in the short term but is so unnatural and so unrealistic that it can never become a lifestyle that we can live with, let alone enjoy!
Show Yourself how Much You Care -- By Regina Garson.
Why Married People Should Continue Dating -- By Michael Webb, "We tend to put our best foot forward during the courting ritual, then we get married..."
A Mother Speaks Out -- by Leslie Sadasivan. "For 2 years prior to his death the change in Robbie from a happy fun loving child to a reclusive moody teenager had profoundly affected our family. I initially dismissed his change in behavior as typical of being an adolescent. Little did I realize what the future held."
Mobilized Mothers Demonstrate Power Of Heart -- By Megan Cooley. Determined Women Working Together Can Achieve Durable Change.
Mothers Pay Price For Nurturing Human Capital -- By Ann Crittenden. Mothers and other early caregivers are the nation's principal wealth producers. Yet, the vital economic role of these producers is virtually invisible.
The Perfect Gift For Prehistoric Mom: A Spear -- By Caryl Rivers. The portrait of women in prehistory is drawn from a "Flintstones" scenario, women waiting by the fire for the men to come home from the hunt. Big mistake.
Mid-life Crisis -- Poetry by Penne J. Laubenthal, PhD.
Regina Garson, Editor