The difference between married and “partnered” mothers
Married mothers are at a significant advantage.
A darker side of the womb
A young mother reflects on preemies in one ward, abortions in the next.
Work-life balance: real stories
Renewing the culture of the home.
Childbirth rids you of creativity – true or false?
Artist Tracey Emin has chosen art over kids.
Non-married mums are less likely to breastfeed
In other words, wedlock fosters infant wellbeing.
Women are choosing dogs over motherhood
But delaying marriage and motherhood is making them more vulnerable to depression.
The importance of Mum-time
Research backs up the fact that there's no substitute for a mother’s care.
Breastfeeding saves lives
More children and longer breastfeeding is linked to a lesser chance of breast cancer.
Mothering in the work-life balancing act
Middleclass mothers in the UK are deserting the workplace in droves.
The beauty of a post-baby body
Judging a new mum's body? You're looking at motherhood all wrong.
More than enough love to go around
As long as we're on the topic of big families, how does a mother of sixteen cope?
Universal beauty of motherhood
Stunning photos of mothers around the world.
What’s easier - motherhood or winning Olympic gold?
Motherhood may be harder than winning gold, but it brings more joy too.
The truth about big families
What has to change before women can “have it all”
Sheryl Sandberg is now on the board of Facebook -- but there's a bigger buzz this week about an article in The Atlantic entitled, "Why Women Still Can't Have It All".
Cherie Blair to full-time mums: “Get to work”
It seldom comes out quite as blatant as this, but the UK’s ex top mummy, Cherie Blair, has been scolding young women who want to be full-time mothers for their lack of ambition and independent spirit.
Carol Bartz, former president and CEO of Yahoo, admits her biggest mistake -- and it wasn't not spending enough time at the office...
The best job in the world
Being a mom is the hardest job in the world. But it's also the best.
Winning Google doodle from Japan will surprise you...maybe.
Why ‘splitting’ motherhood is against the rights of the child
Austria, Germany and Italy, among other countries, ban the use of donated eggs because they believe it is wrong to split motherhood between a biological mother, a genetic mother, and possibly a social mother as well. The European Court of Human Rights has ruled they are entitled to such a ban.
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Family Edge looks at news and trends affecting the family in the light of human dignity. Our focus is the inspiring, creative, humorous, annoying, ridiculous, and dangerous ideas in the evening news. Send tips and brainwaves to the editor, Tamara Rajakariar, at tamara.rajakariar@ mercatornet.com