A new app called Just Not Sorry stops women from undermining themselves in emails. Is this empowering or just another way to police women’s language?
Even after her body had shrunk to its original pre-baby size, Miriam Levine still couldn’t recognize the woman in the mirror.
Donald Trump’s depiction of Debbie Wasserman Schultz as “crazy” and “a highly neurotic woman” was misogynist. But new mom Miriam Levine worries she has become that stereotype.
A new mother navigates the emotional roller coaster of breastfeeding.
Rather than forming cliques and finding ways to exclude one another, new mothers should be embracing their commonalities writes new mom Miriam Levine.
Much to older feminists’ chagrin, young mothers are planning career pauses more than ever before. Miriam Levine argues why planning ahead isn’t leaning out – it’s being realistic.
The new film ‘Inside Out’ taught new mother Miriam Levine that happiness may not be the most important emotion to teach her child.