family-life

Reluctant Sorority Sisters

By Dorothy O’Donnell for Brain, Child: The Magazine for Thinking Mothers I sat with three other moms on ugly green wedges of modular seating in the lobby of the Stanford Psychiatric Services building. It was a Tuesday evening and we were waiting for our daughters

Now We Are Ten

By Karen Dempsey for Brain, Child: The Magazine for Thinking Mothers “I wasn’t born yesterday,” you say when we offer you the smallest bit of advice. We know that. In fact, we remember the exact moment you were born, even though it was, unbelievably, ten