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Motherhood Diaries: When Letting Go of Your Child is Hard to Do

Recently, my daughter had her first ever rentrée –an initiation to a ritual every mom faces. My 14-month-old simply started going to a childminder, and while Alice is taking the rentrée in her stride it doesn’t mean that I am. I’m experiencing a host of classic feelings.
dating

Couples Share Their Best and Worst Online Dating Stories

Considering the world of online dating? Here are some tips gleaned from the stories of those in the know ...
parenting teens

Teen Coach: Stupid is as Stupid Does

Dear readers, how many of you have a vision of how you would like your teen to be? If your teen is lucky, you ditched that vision somewhere in primary school.
worry about education

The Motherhood Diaries: Turning Worry About Education into Productive Thinking

Our Motherhood Diarist explores the way parents can turn worry about education issues into productive thinking for the future.

Why I Chose to Be a Golf Wife, Not a Golf Widow

I used to roll my eyes at the slightest mention of GOLF. When I was young, it was not considered a cool sport. As I grew up, it was an activity for the retired. At work, it was the game for the boys where we were told important networking was done. If golf was a sport, I wondered why so many golfers had paunches... And golf clothes. Don’t get me started.
child's sexual identity

Man in the Kitchen: Embracing Your Child’s Sexual Identity

When your child is ready to share with you who they really are, expect the unexpected and the rest will follow.

7 Tips to Flirting and Seducing Like the French

The French are kings and queens of the art of seduction when it comes to flirting. Follow these golden rules and let the fun begin!
websites for coaches

Why Certain Websites for Coaches Pop or Flop

Thinking of launching a coaching business? A specialist in websites for coaches offers tips to make your site stand out with personality and style.
moving to Paris

Paris Plunge: 5 Things I Learned When I Moved to Paris

I've learned a lot in a short time here in France. And not just about France, either. I’ve learned about myself, what kind of strength and resolve I might have even when I can’t see it, about my friends and family, and about risks being worth it even if they’re scary.
thrive as an expat

7 Steps to Thrive as an Expat in Unknown Territory  

Moving to a new country can be a challenging experience. This thoughtful advice will help you thrive as an expat while staying true to yourself.