Veronica Grace would like to tell you her own experiences with the dreaded “friend-zone”.
Veronica Grace doesn’t want her husband’s fears to get in the way of living the life they both want.
Veronica Grace can’t understand how the man she loves only sees his value in terms of a traditional, successful job.
A lesson from a rickshaw driver and one way that Veronica Grace keeps herself in tune with those less fortunate.
Veronica Grace has a son who thinks that “Love is more interesting than Star Trek”. He is a genius about the things that count.
Veronica Grace has found that perfectionism leads to shame, and she wants her son to know there is no shame in failing.
“My sons are different because we live a different life,” writes Veronica Grace.