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Advice to and from moms who (sometimes!) regret having kids

Real talk: Parenting is hard, and there are times when some moms regret having kids. Whether you're in that position yourself, or have a friend who going through that… here are some great pieces of advice from women who have BEEN THERE. Here's what moms who have (at one time or another) regretted being moms have to say about moms who regret having kids…

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How to balance feminism with pragmatism in household chores

Both my partner and I consider ourselves progressive, feminist individuals. In most things, we are great about ensuring the we are contributing equally. The problem arises when it comes to the domestic sphere…

I don't want to be responsible for the majority of the domestic chores. At the same time, I don't think it is very feminist to force someone to do something they hate. Is there some way you have found balance in your relationships?

How can I be the best friend to a new mom?

I'm looking for advice from moms, and those who love them, on how I can be a good friend to my BFF who is having a baby. I need a bit of a rundown on how I can expect our relationship to change. So how do I be the best pal to a new mom given our relative distance? And how do I make sure I don't accidentally make her life harder trying to keep our friendship going?

Is there yoga for people who can't do yoga?

On my rheumatologist's recommendation, I don't do yoga, because if I stretch too far I'll damage my joints. However, I would really like to find something else that combines meditativeness with motion. Is there a "yoga for people who can't do yoga"?