Sharon's Published Work, Washington Post

Washington Post: 10 Moms Define Motherhood

I'm thrilled to be selected as one of the 10 moms gamely attempting to define motherhood in the Washington Post today: "She is a mother. She is vulnerable (just hurt her child, and you’ll see) and she is strong (just hurt her child, and you’ll see). She has been elevated (she is Mom) and she… Continue reading Washington Post: 10 Moms Define Motherhood

Sharon's Published Work, Washington Post

Washington Post: Dads Are Happier Than Moms

If we follow one another on Twitter, you may have felt me bristling just a little bit last Thursday. There was news about parent happiness - and I wasn't a fan of the scientists' suggestion. So I called the lead researcher up, and here's what I found. Dads are happier than moms. Science wants to… Continue reading Washington Post: Dads Are Happier Than Moms

Sharon's Published Work, Washington Post

Washington Post: ‘Make Your Kid A Money Genius’ Author Explains How and Why to Talk to Your Kid About Money. Now.

I had the pleasure of interviewing bestselling financial author Beth Kobliner about her latest book. Great info, especially for the money-intimidated. 'Make Your Kid A Money Genius' Author Explains How and Why to Talk to Your Kid About Money. Now. Published in The Washington Post, March 28, 2017

Sharon's Published Work, Washington Post

Washington Post: Parents Need To Talk To Daughters About The Joys Of Sex, Not Just The Dangers

A Q&A with Peggy Orenstein, author of the brand-new Girls & Sex: Navigating the Complicated New Landscape. Parents Need To Talk To Daughters About The Joys Of Sex, Not Just The Dangers Published in Washington Post, March 29, 2016