Women are reshaping their roles at home and in the workplace, whether in fields traditionally dominated by men, or those that have long seen women at the forefront. In the U.S. and abroad, we're highlighting how women get it done.
After ten years of service, LeeAnn Murphy sees volunteer work with Veterans to Farmers as her “second service.”
Military wife Becky Hoy encourages “heroes at home” to opt in.
Because “no one comes back the same way they went in.”
“It was like freedom all over again. It was like being born again, I guess. It was like I woke up.”
When Tiffany Freeze’s service ended, she found her purpose through creativity and advocating for her fellow veterans.
When Capt. Rachelle Thomas came back from war, a new battle for gender equality and wellness began.
Use 'happy' or 'sad' face flashcards, play a ball game – or even get them writing a poem.
Just because the playdates are online, doesn't mean they can't be interactive. Think puppet shows, makeovers, or a music session.
"At least we don’t have to go to our kids’ field day this year."
Experts share advice normally used on kids that adults can use, too.
In "You Can't F*ck Up Your Kids," author Lindsay Powers details expert-approved tips for putting an end to bad behavior.
Between sexism and ageism, menopause gives rise to many stereotypes that have consequences for women's private and professional lives.
Researchers at Northeastern University may have finally cracked the code.
The singer-songwriter said her first lead role explores the effects of slavery and is one of her "toughest roles to date."
"If I didn’t leave my home, I didn’t have to face the possibility of encountering another guy like my ex. "
A type of "survivor's guilt" can impact your career in a number of ways — including making you more likely to quit.
Improve your focus (and your mental health) at the office with these expert-backed tips.
It's time to have a conversation about what women go through physically when they lose a pregnancy.