D. A. Wolf is pleased that work and family issues are taking center stage in today’s New York Times. But she thinks the article misses the bigger issues of the economic forces at play in today’s world—for both genders.
A healthy critique of the idea that divorced people should just mellow out and move forward.
D.A. Wolf’s experience in marrying (and subsequently divorcing) a loner.
Whose life wouldn’t be easier with a homemaker on staff?
A divorced woman joins her partner to attend a party of surprisingly welcoming married couples. The experience gets her thinking about social expectations.
We’re fixated on infidelity, even entertained by it. But there are worse breaches of trust, unglamorous difficulties that stress and end marriages, problems our society tends to very badly.
It’s necessary to consider what we believe we’re obliged to do in our marriage, and what the consequences are when we fail.
D.A. Wolf gets into the question everyone wonders about and nobody wants to be the first to ask.
D.A. Wolf is too old for “dates” with “boys”… so what’s the right word for the men she likes?
What an ad calling for “faithful women” says about the dating mentality of men, nowadays…