We've been talking about the challenges of working parenthood for years, using language — "balancing," "juggling"— that connotes a struggle we're destined
We’ve been talking about the challenges of working parenthood for years, using language — “balancing,” “juggling”— that connotes a struggle we’re destined to fail. What if we could change the conversation?
Join us for a conversation about the challenges of modern parenting, and how Humanist community can help.
Joanna Weiss is a Boston-based journalist and former Boston Globe columnist. Her writing has appeared in Politico, Slate, Pacific Standard, The Economist, Cognoscenti, and other publications, and she is a frequent TV and radio commentator on Boston’s WGBH and WBZ. Her first novel, “Milkshake,” a satire about motherhood and politics, is available on Amazon.