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Perched on an Emotional Razor’s Edge

I tell you the truth, the Son can do nothing by himself. He does only what he sees the Father doing. Whatever the Father does, the Son also does. John 5:19 Today was a stressful day. Already late in starting on an important deadline, trying to make up for four wonderful days off with my kids – which also meant…read more →

For Women Only In the Workplace

For Women Only in the Workplace is the faith-based edition of Shaunti’s parallel book for the general market, entitled The Male Factor: The Unwritten Rules, Misperceptions, and Secret Beliefs of Men in the Workplace. Shaunti launched The Male Factor on The Today Show in 2010. This new edition, For Women Only in the Workplace, reports the same research and information but adds a direct focus…read more →

The Male Factor

Based on a nationwide survey and confidential interviews with more than three thousand men, bestselling author of For Women Only, Shaunti Feldhahn, has written a startling and unprecedented exploration of how men in the workplace tend to think, which even the most astute women might otherwise miss. In The Male Factor, Feldhahn investigates and quantifies the private thoughts that men…read more →

Don’t Judge Me When I’m a Little Excited, School Starts Again!

As a contributing regular blogger to Momlifetoday.com, I open up about the struggle in my own life to find balance between family and work. I always have a wistful feeling when the end of summer approaches, and I know the family will be transitioning back into the school year, after several idyllic months of sun, sitting by the pool and…read more →

One Mom Kisses Superwoman Myth Goodbye…

Ah, summer. It’s that time of the year again when the days are long and beautiful, families finally get to take their long-awaited vacations, and moms are running ragged trying to keep up with work and the play demands of the kids. I’m sure every such mom can relate to the hysterical email I got today from my fabulous assistant,…read more →

Giving Up Superwoman

Several years ago, on our family’s first trip to Disney World, Jeff and I watched our 3-year-old boy break free from us and race headlong to a Buzz Lightyear character who was signing autograph books.  He gave Buzz a huge hug with delight in his eyes …and we had tears in ours as we watched our child’s innocent adoration of his…read more →