There’s also the common assumption that with no kids, people must have a lot of free personal time, and the work-life balance does not really apply to them. As Melanie Notkin, author of Otherhood: Modern Women Finding a New Kind of Happiness, puts it, “It’s rare that childless workers are thought to have a life outside of work, so ‘what’s to balance?’ some may think.”
Melanie believes that being childless for her was due to circumstance. She always wanted to find love, get married, and have a child with that man and yet she remained single. She is 46 and always exp...Read More »
Rush Limbaugh comments on the same-day New York Post interview of Melanie Notkin on dating, chivalry and Mad Men.
"RUSH: Now, the final episode of Mad Men is Sunday night, and the New York Post wen...Read More »
Halina Reijn, a famous actress in Holland, appeared on popular talk show Vara to talk about "Ongewild Kinderloos" - circumstantial infertility and Otherhood. Melanie Notkin is mentioned at minute 1:20...Read More »
....Wearing is one word for it. We — and I am confident I speak for many here — are tired of being asked to explain and find workarounds for our single status, pretzeling ourselves to fit into a Noa...Read More »
Fertility matters, yes. But biological clock extremists are preventing women from enjoying healthy relationships.
Rachel Kramer Bussel, DAME
"That’s why, when the cultural noise about why we should ...Read More »