When it comes to postpartum body image, the 'New Girl' star refuses to accept society's impossible standards.
"There's a certain amount of shame that is placed on women who have perhaps chosen a career over starting a family younger."
The media spends a lot of time pretending to celebrate diversity, sending up a self-congratulatory cheer whenever a magazine puts someone who isn't pin-thin on a cover. It's a step in the right direction, but it's awfully small.
The singer, who gave birth to daughter River Rose last June, also doesn't get caught up in comparing herself to other moms
Follow Huffington Post's board Hollywood on Pinterest. Even though she is basking in wedded bliss, Conrad told Redbook there
Don't call Kaley Cuoco a feminist. "I cook for Ryan five nights a week: It makes me feel like a housewife; I love that. I
When both parties are on the same page in regard to the kids question (either in favor of kids or not), the new relationship experiences fewer bumps.
See the full HuffPost Live conversation with Connie Britton here. "I say that in an hour-long interview, and suddenly there
My generation does things differently. Our divorces are more successful, less stressful, something to be proud of. They deserve to be cast in a positive light, and, if it feels good to the Paltrow-Martins or anyone else, renamed. But I wonder if we forgot to evolve our approach to marriage.
They've had it up to here with our modern parenting methods in general, and our approach to discipline in particular. They don't want to sit under the "peace tree" or earn another good-behavior sticker on yet another chart, and they especially don't want to take a freaking time out.
His clueless comments didn't just make Beyoncé squirm in her seat, her smile frozen on her face; women everywhere recoiled. Even worse, we all sucked in our stomachs, whether we're mothers or not.
She isn't the only proponent of remaining tight-lipped about an affair; Dr. Scott Haltzman, author of "The Secrets of Surviving
Every season, I learn a little more about how this spectacle touches millions of women who will never find themselves in a darkened theater watching... clothes. Here's why the shows might actually matter to you, even if you think they don't:
How did we get to this ridiculous place, where losing the baby weight is a competitive sport followed by millions?
Do I believe that you should follow every trend and obsess over your hair? No! Do I think every woman needs an expensive, fancy wardrobe? Not at all. But what I've learned along the way is that getting your fashion and beauty ducks in row lets you obsess less and accomplish more.
We asked 25 - 47-year-old and 57 - 66-year-old moms what’s stressing –- or stressed -– them out and whether they felt any