Tenderness and freedom
The most important thing for a child is what they see at home. This is how I raise my son in the spirit of equality.
"You look good in that blouse, as it hides what should be hidden", "If you put on a little weight, you'd look beautiful". Many compliments cause more embarrassment than pleasure.
This is not the time for great activities, for testing, for checking, for comparison with others. This is the moment for self-understanding. And for employers to be understanding of their employees.
It's not easy to change jobs or specialisation. For some, it is mentally impossible. Interview with Aleksandra Harasiuk, the founder of the Polish branch of Lean In Poland, an organisation for women...
Older men look at the changes less favourably. It is difficult for them to understand the willingness of young men to slow down their careers and take care of the child.
As the 'Engaged One' overworks, overhandles and over woos the world, on the other side of the spectrum, is the 'Crumpled One' who must crumple up, hit rock bottom and stock up on ice cream. That's...
The world of leaders is male. Expertise is not enough, because it is simply arranged in a masculine way. They have their own language, their own affairs.
It's easier for a young mother to return to work if the boss understands what she's going through and her colleagues help her get back on track.
Let's reinforce, promote and advertise. Because #IfNotUsThenWho? This is what #NewSolidarity is about
Women in isolation are building an alternative reality in which selfless help is not considered lame and kindness brings more joy than money
After the romantic stage - "I pay for dinner and candles" - there must be a practical stage. Joint or separate account? Who pays for tiles and who for custom-made furniture? How much debt do you...
"We should also remember that children do what we do. If we waste money, we should not be surprised when our children do the same. And if we are economical, compare the prices and weights of products...
I face life stories. If the teacher does not know them, they can really mess them up.
I'm tired, we'll have more time tomorrow, we'll always have time to talk. No. We won't have time. Interview with Prof. Kinga Kuszak.
"When people start talking about sex, regardless of whether they are conservative, liberal or leftist, their sex becomes better." Interview with Agata Stola, therapist and sexologist.
Women do not even try to assess the risk, they withdraw from the start. And even if we fail, the situation makes us wiser, stronger. We're closer to our goal
"I want to be like my mother", "I don't want to be like my mother". It doesn't matter which approach to motherhood you choose, it's important that it's yours. I talk to Joanna Chmura, a psychologist...
How to make sure that talking about money will not turn into blaming yourself and others Aleksandra Mijakoska-Siemion talks to professor Agata Gąsiorowska, psychologist.
Childcare is a school in organisation, acting under pressure and multitasking.
Because they focused on the fight, they channelled their fears. And, of course, that's a good thing. Women have the right to fight for their rights.
"Everyone must be allowed to love truly, to love whomever they want, and in any way they want." said Dominika Kulczyk on her Instagram. Poland's richest woman joined the ongoing debate on LGBT...
If all our childhoods we are trained that our feelings are "girly", we tend to live our lives behind masks.
Dear virus, when you're gone, I'll go to my parents' house, I'll lie on the beach without a mask, I'll see my granddaughter's smile.
We were going to visit our parents, call our friends, take a course in "something cool", take our family on a trip into the unknown, or finally see the crocuses blooming in the mountains with our own...
His maxim is the old Buddhist saying, "When your roof burns down, you have a beautiful view of the sky." His wife criticises such proverbs harshly: "If your roof burned down, you were probably being...
Let's remember that what usually annoys us in others is what we recognise within ourselves, but don't accept.
Inequality starts at home. A menstruating girl can be treated as if she is burdened with her physiology, unlike her brother. Or the other way round: she is relieved from her duties because "it's that...
Chores in our home are divided according to age and skills, not gender.
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