Despite the bevy of public health precautions, we learned this week that a total of five people in our daycare have been diagnosed with COVID-19, underscoring the reality that no place of human gathering is risk-free.
“We’re free, but not equal. There’s a reality check that has been brought by the coronavirus, that exposes the weakness and the opportunity.” ~Jesse Jackson
Who do I want to be after COVID-19?
For now, the bubble of childhood remains mostly intact.
“The nurse called.” That’s one of the last things you want to hear as a parent.
How do you prepare your children for your own death?
Time pressure has helped cut the fat from my life. I literally don’t have time for foolishness.
“Float” presents a powerful metaphor for autism and a clarion call to embrace differences in a society that relentlessly urges conformity.
I won’t always be there to protect my daughter, but I can teach her to protect herself.
For me, dad bod is now about shedding societal ideals of manhood and physical virility so that I can make room for the man I am becoming.
Sound the alarm on social inequality.
How were you introduced to shaving?
It’s about the kids!
Reflections on race and humanness during a lengthy stay in Johannesburg, South Africa.
The ritual of family reunions creates fondness and nostalgia.
Being an advocate for better health care policies and seeking support has made the challenges more manageable.