How to Get a Happier Marriage: On Selfishness

I always said  I could never imagine why, or more aptly, how it was that people sustained a marriage in the absence of children. In my personal experience, I don’t think I ever would’ve gotten married had I not planned on having kids. And in all honesty, I believe that having my children and desperately wanting to give them a foundation which includes a two parent home has, for better or worse, cemented my visceral attitude when it comes to preventing the dissolution of my marriage. ...more
My husband is my priority and I believe that he is mine. Our main focus is on each other. We ...more

Marriage and the surprising sex stats

Married people are still having fun in bed according to Tara Parker-Pope's new book For Better: The Science of a Good Marriage. She interviews biologists, neuroscientists, psychologists, and sociologists, to understand the science behind love, sex and marital bonds. ...more

Should I Really Be Eating This?

Seems like every day since Thanksgiving, I have had second thoughts about what I put in my mouth. Blame it on too many tempting foods--and all within easy reach.  Too many homemade sweets. Too many large dinners. Too many snacks and lattes consumed while on the road. ...more

Alan Greene is... the Organic Man

I'll just apologize right now for getting the theme to "The Bionic Man" stuck in your head, but it was for a good reason. A recent article in the New York Times by Tara Parker-Pope tells us about one man's quest to render himself 100% organic: For the last three years, Dr. Greene has eaten nothing but organic foods, whether he’s cooking at home, dining out or snacking on the road. ...more