The hearings are behind us, the Supreme Court has nine justices again, and now we can move on to some other divisive issue. Or maybe not. Either way, what struck me during the past several weeks was … [Read more...] about Empathy is learned – A lack of empathy is killing us
As similar as our teen experiences may be, I am not Christine Blasey Ford. Fortunately, I also can’t speak to what she experienced. But most people under age 40 or over 60 are missing the context … [Read more...] about I am not Christine Blasey Ford
I’d like to write about 60 self-made women. My team and I have been debating the meaning of "self-made" since Forbes’ latest clickbait on the topic was released. In response to the outcry after … [Read more...] about Self-made women: Who gets to define you?
I can’t make you believe me when I tell you that the world needs evil men. And I’m certainly not going to assume that you’ll feel better about current events if you end up agreeing with my … [Read more...] about Necessary evils and why evil men matter
When I found the picture associated with this blog, it provoked some profound thoughts. Namely, how much of my intelligence or success can be indirectly linked to the time I used to spend reading … [Read more...] about Stop and smell the…
Last month, my amazing 12-year-old friend, Cait, earned a hard-fought spot on her middle school’s cheerleading squad in our city. She was so honored and inspired that, right away – several months … [Read more...] about Why don’t girls’ sports teams have cheerleaders?