The Courage To Be a Silence Breaker

The Courage To Be a Silence Breaker

I was happy to see TIME Magazine’s 2017 “Person of the Year” cover, honoring the incredible women who spoke out against not just their individual experiences of being violated or harassed, but about the larger systems that create an environment where harassment can...
when you don’t know what to do

when you don’t know what to do

The good news: people are waking up, looking beyond their own bubbles, and seeing the world’s problems. The bad news: people don’t know what to do . It’s hard to admit that we don’t know what to do , to solve the world’s problems—not in any absolute sense. And...
Raise the bar for what you will allow

Raise the bar for what you will allow

This is the problem that I see myself, and most women I know, struggle with: tolerating what is in fact unworkable and ultimately, intolerable. The job with the boss who asks that we come in late even after we’ve already said that coming in late has compromised our...
how to take the first step

how to take the first step

I was talking with a friend who was trying to decide how to handle a situation with a passive-aggressive family member. She wanted to take that first step of saying, very simply, “We need to change this conflict between us,” but she (understandably) feared...
(really) listen (better)

(really) listen (better)

My husband and I have been together for nearly twelve years, now, and we used to argue—like, a lot. We loved deeply in between the arguments and were relentless about cleaning them up, but the arguments punctuated our life together and created scar tissue, again and...
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