After Heidi Withers spent the weekend at her fiancé's home in England, her future (step)mother-in-law, Carolyn Bourne, sent her a detailed list of instructions on how she should behave if she hopes to "be accepted into the Bourne family." Supposedly the email went viral after Withers forwarded it to a few friends, but…
Lori Gottlieb wrote possibly the worst book about marriage of this young millennium. Now she's set her sights on parenting — and what she has to say is surprisingly non-terrible.
When you are the child of a famous person, media outlets will sometimes ask you to write about that person. This can go a few different ways.
Considering that her mother, "Tiger Mother" Amy Chua, has been thoroughly criticized online and in the press, it's a bit surprising that her oldest daughter Sophia Chua-Rubenfeld decided to venture into the world of blogging. But earlier this month, the 18-year-old started writing on the blog "A New Tiger In Town."…
The NY Times weighs in on the controversial parenting essay by Yale prof, author, and tough-loving "tiger mom" Amy Chua with both an article and an op-ed. Chua tells the Times that people are criticizing her for being "honest." Ohhhh.
This was a year — and an Oscar season — for our enduring fascination with bad cinema mothers.
But what you say to her may depend on your childhood. According to a new study, oxytocin exaggerates the feelings guys have about their moms — good or bad.
There is DRAMA in the world of mommy bloggers. More so than usual!
In a rom-com plot gone very wrong, a Russian mom told authorities her daughter was a terrorist in order to keep her from flying to Morocco for her wedding.
I mean, really, why else would her sons be such entitled jackasses? Instead of nurturing her brood, she spent all her time earning the $100 million she's shelling out in the California governor's election. Is anyone surprised at the result?
Frances Bean Cobain turned 18 on Wednesday, ending her custody dispute with Courtney Love. Her mom marked the occasion with an incoherent 35-Tweet rant yesterday, sharing Frances' financial information, calling her a "desperate" sell out, and declaring she loves her.
"Once you become an unwed mom, you're branded as immoral and a failure. People treat you as if you had committed a crime. You fall to the bottom rung of society." In South Korea, social stigma is serious business.
Yesterday Forbes ran a piece about "best-friend moms," and how "being an intimate rather than an authority figure" will totally screw up your kid. We're not sure we buy it.