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SOME OF WHAT’S IN THIS ISSUE
Understanding the origins of fear on a family visit to a hibernaculum
By Catherine Newman
This is What Miscarriage is Really Like
The details many women don’t share
By Ana Connery
ADHD Goes to School
A college professor’s changing perspective about ADHD
By Keaghan Turner
Ex In-Laws at my Wedding
What to call in-laws after a divorce?
By Sue Sanders
An outdoor episode prompts this mom to forge ahead
By Beth Eakman
A Moment of James
A young mother’s thoughts before and after an Asperger Syndrome diagnosis
By Rebecca Cook
FEATURE: Pregnancy Brain
Scientists have discovered that an expectant mother’s brain actually shrinks during pregnancy, the good news: the organ is supposed to return to normal several weeks or months after birth.
By Mel Lefebvre and Lydia Christine Zilahy
Struggling with postpartum depression
By Rebekah Orton
A roundup of three books related to why women are embracing the New Domesticity
By Randon Billings Noble