Writer, author of 30-Something and Over It
Kasey Edwards A new book reveals all the common gender traps that parents fall into -- despite their best intentions.
Happy wife code
Kasey Edwards When keeping your wife happy is a form of emotional abuse rather than romantic investment.
Getting through IVF
Kasey Edwards IVF takes its toll on your body, your emotional state and sometimes ... your relationship.
Pregnancy and childbirth
Kasey Edwards A drug-free vaginal birth is held up as the gold standard of female empowerment.
Fear of free time
Kasey Edwards Are we so uncomfortable with free time that we are running away from it?
Sexist marriage advice
Kasey Edwards Is it really a woman’s work to 'keep the marriage alive'?
Virtual identity suicides
Kasey Edwards New research reveals who tend to make empty threats, and who actually go through with it.
Kasey Edwards Here's why you should't feel so guilty about it.
Body image lessons
Kasey Edwards Things we can all learn by observing a four-year-old child.
Kasey Edwards Why do so many women feel the need to keep their fertility treatment a secret?
Plus size fashion fail
Kasey Edwards Apparently, designers aren’t taught how to make them.
Cooks v chefs
Kasey Edwards The answer might surprise you.
Are alpha male sexier?
Kasey Edwards Why do some of us get turned on by fictional characters who would be issued with restraining orders in real life?
Kasey Edwards Kasey Edwards on how to handle awkward 'compliments' about your weight.
My Big Fat Revenge
Kasey Edwards When will TV execs be done with humiliating body transformation shows?
Mathematics of divorce
Kasey Edwards An economist reveals that there is less chance of the husband leaving the marriage where the firstborn is a boy.
'Give us a kiss'
Kasey Edwards One mother wants to put an end on the ritual of demanding affection from children on cue.
Kasey Edwards The bizarre argument that men should save themselves for the 'more important tasks' of parenthood.
Scared to take leave?
Kasey Edwards Clinging to full-time work as the norm for every employee and doubting the commitment of anyone with caring responsibilities is not only socially irresponsible — it’s also bad business.
Kasey Edwards Should you take the so-called 'love drug' to save a failing relationship?