My wife's sister's name is Sandra ... or Sandy. She lives in Baton Rouge and suffered some damage from Hurricane Katrina a few years back. The night before Sandy hit, my wife called her sister and jokingly asked her to spare us. "I'll do my best," Sandy responded with a smile in her voice. Boy did she come through as we were lucky. Ridiculously lucky. Despite living in Douglaston, Queens at the actual cross street of the end of the possible evacuation area, we never lost power. Never lost TV. Never lost Internet. My wife, Elaine, and I watched the destruction on the news as our near … [Read more...]
I'm honored to be included in this week's Business Week in an article called, Behind Every Great Woman, as more women earn high-level corporate roles, more husbands are staying home, raising the kids, and changing the rules.
The author, Carol Hymowitz, does an excellent job highlighting benefits and consequences of the decisions that the couples along the way that made it possible for these women to soar to the pinnacle of corporate America. Like generations of male CEOs that have come before them, these women are able to focus on work while their husbands focus on home. … [Read more...]
First of all, it is fantastic that more and more research studies are being done on involved fatherhood. This latest qualitative study (open ended questions) are seeking dads who are primary caregivers to children under seven years of age. Seeking 12 more dads so If you want to participate in this in-depth study to provide more data on how important and amazing fatherhood can be as well as earn some extra beer money reach out to doctoral student, Alicia Sisk - her note below:
Hello! I am Alicia Sisk, a licensed clinical social worker and a doctoral student at NYU … [Read more...]