What Does Your Childhood Say About You?—Formal Lunch
My brother and sister-in-law just found out they were chosen to be birth parents to another baby. We’ve had Jackson in our family now for 3 1/2 years. His presence has made me feel so proud to be an Eggerichs and honored to be called his aunt.
Formal Lunch: Sex, Lies, and Conversation
I remember first reading Deborah Tannen’s research in college. It opened my eyes to many of the incredible strengths—and therefore weaknesses—we as human beings have when it comes to communication and understanding each other. So much of the gender differences she highlighted were things I could see in many of my male peers and in the couples that I would watch (in a creepy way, of course). Knowing what I know now, all men are not the same and all women are not the same—but I …