Posts tagged "mom"

Girl Talk: What My Mom Taught Me About Motherhood

I was in an online networking group, for a while, in which there coincidentally happened to be many, many children of narcissistic parents, mothers especially. Well, either it was a coincidence, or there are more narcissistic parents in the world than one would imagine. It sounds horrible. Apparently, narcissistic parents rely on their children for

By: Rebecca Vipond Brink / December 18, 2014

Pissed Off Mom Sells “Spoiled Brat” Daughter’s Katy Perry Tickets On Facebook

One teenage girl from Fargo, North Dakota, won’t be seeing Katy Perry’s whipped cream rocket bra in person this month, thanks to her fed up mother. Cindy Bjerke decided to teach her daughter a lesson by selling the teen’s Katy Perry concert tickets online, which to me, seems like a pretty good punishment. The problem…

By: Katie Oldenburg / August 4, 2014

33 Telltale Signs You’re Turning Into Your Mother

There comes a time in everyone’s life when you’re just going about your daily routine, folding and putting away your underwear or shoving old candy wrappers into your purse, and BAM— you realize you’re becoming your mother. This isn’t always necessarily a bad thing, but as we get older, and as hard as we may…

By: Katie Oldenburg / April 12, 2014

Proud Mama Announces Son Is Transgender In The Most Awesome Way Possible

Las Vegas hairstylist Proud mama Jodi Gholson Oliver is definitely in the running for mom-of-the-year, at least in my book. Oliver recently took to Facebook to announce her 19-year-old son as a transgender person, and she did it in the most amazing and beautiful way possible. Along with a cute illustration of a baby-carrying white stork and the word…

By: The Stir / April 8, 2014

Study Finds Almost Half Of Millennial Moms Aren’t Married

Millennials are getting married later and at a slower pace than previous generations—in part because of economic harships—and that’s leading to a lot of babies born out of wedlock. Roughly 47% of the millennial women who had babies in 2012 weren’t married, compared with 35% of mothers from Generation X when they were that age,…

By: Newser / March 10, 2014

Quiz: Are You Ready To Be A Mom?

So, you think you’re ready to be a mom, huh? What kind of questions did you ask yourself: am I financially viable, is my partner on board, do we have room for this baby? All good markers of motherhood preparedness, I suppose, but let’s get real for a second.

It isn’t until I had a…

By: The Stir / February 25, 2014

35 Of Hollywood’s Hottest Moms That Make It Look Easy

Being a mom is one of the most beautiful things you’ll ever experience, it’s also one of the toughest jobs in the world. Balancing a career while raising a family is no easy task, it takes a village of support from family and friends. But what if you were a celebrity and had to deal…

By: Hello Beautiful / November 13, 2013

10 Things That Happen When You Move Back In With Mom (In GIFs)

Let’s face it. Life doesn’t always turn out the way we planned.  Breakups, unemployment, and other sudden life changes can leave one stranded.  The feelings of uncertainty and helplessness are hard to combat when trying to get back on track.

And sometimes to get where you want to go, you need to move…

By: Sophie Leon / October 14, 2013

Woman’s “Appendicitis” Turns Out to Be A Miracle Baby

A 37-year-old woman from New York unexpectedly became a mom a few days ago. She gave birth to a surprise baby boy — after being rushed to the hospital with horrible abdominal pain.

Teresa Brown believed she had appendicitis or gall stones, and after undergoing blood work at the hospital, she was told…

By: The Stir / September 2, 2013

Anna Faris Dreams Of Playing A Drunk, Asexual Nanny Someday

“I want to play asexual characters. I just love the idea of a [movie about a drunk nanny who maybe also has a neuromuscular disorder]… super-floppy person who’s just like Fuck it, dude, I don’t know.”
Anna Faris talks to New York Magazine about her “dream job” as a newly sober single mother i…

By: Ami Angelowicz / August 26, 2013

How To Make (Almost) Any Mom Love You

“Mona wanted me to tell you that she’d really like to spend more time with you the next time she’s in town,” Ami IM’d me the other day. Mona is her mom. “She’s, like, obsessed with you.”

“I would love to see more of your mom next time,” I wrote back. “We should…

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / June 6, 2013

5 Fashion Swaps To Do With Your Mom

Whether you grew up with a cool mom or not, chances are your mom’s got something vintage and amazing worth stealing in her closet. The nostalgic nature of fashion means that we’re always looking back, even as we’re looking forward — so if you keep stuff in your wardrobe long enough, eventually it’ll be cool…

By: Julie Gerstein / October 4, 2012

Frisky Q&A: Olympic Gold Medalist Gabby Douglas’ Mom Natalie On Raising An Olympian

Natalie Hawkins is the mother behind gold medal Olympic gymnast Gabrielle Douglas. Sixteen-year-old Douglas managed to capture the gold medal in the women’s gymnastics all-around, and helped lead the U.S. women’s gymnastics team to the gold medal in team competition. But Gabby couldn’t have done it without the love and support of Natalie, who sacrificed…

By: Julie Gerstein / August 10, 2012

A Field Guide To Responding To Your Mother

After much trial and error, we’ve discovered that key to having a productive relationship with mom is knowing the proper way to respond to her — especially when she says things that get under your skin. And my God … she does that a lot. It’s much easier said than done though. When she call…

By: The Frisky / May 24, 2012

Kristen Stewart Bears An Uncanny Resemblance To Her Mother

Try as we might to deny it, women have way more in common with their mothers than any of us are willing to admit. They also say that if you want to know what a lady will look like when she’s older, take a look at the one she came out of. So when I…

By: Rachel Krause / May 24, 2012

21 Important Lessons From Mom

Are you ready for Mother’s Day? No? Here are a few gift ideas if you need some last-minute help! Thank you for tweeting and emailing us the lessons your mother taught you — but don’t forget to tell her this Sunday!

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / May 10, 2012

4 Steps To Forgiving Your Mom

Congratulations! You have taken the first step toward choosing to have an entirely different relationship with your mother. That’s very exciting — and admirable … especially after all these years of feeling that you were powerless to change your feelings, and that she may have been the one at fault. Now let’s take the next ste…

By: YourTango.com / May 8, 2012

15 Weird Fears Our Mothers Instilled In Us

This Mother’s Day we’d like to take a moment to recognize our mothers for all the love they bestowed upon us, all the wisdom they imbued us with, and most of all, for the weird fears they attempted to instill in us. Whether they managed to turn us or not is a different story. Some…

By: The Frisky / May 3, 2012

Astronomical Kid Doesn’t Want You Looking At His Mom

On the one hand: an adorable child rapper spitting rhymes about how guys need to stop checking out his hot mom. On the other: it’s slightly weird/creepy that a 12-year-old is admonishing a bunch of grown-ass men for gawking at his mother. You decide. [Astronomical Kid]…

By: Julie Gerstein / October 12, 2010

Today’s Lady News: U.S. Not The Best Place In The World For Mothers, Says Study

The United States is the 28th best place in the world for mothers and their children, according to Save The Children’s annual report, given our inconsistencies on maternity leave, restrictions on birth control, and maternal mortality rate. Norway, where maternity leave is mandated and birth control is easy to access, clocks in at number…

By: Jessica Wakeman / May 5, 2010
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